Digital Drum Sheet Music Library

Quality Transcriptions You Can Count On

All the drum sheet music found on this page and throughout the site are full, note-for-note transcriptions transcribed by James Morton--long-time professional drummer, author of over a dozen books with Mel Bay Publications, and creator of the "Rock Charts" column formerly found in Modern Drummer--over the course of his 40+ year career.

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Year
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Music
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Paul Simon
1976
One of the most famous drum patterns in rock: Steve Gadd rules.
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Pink Floyd
1979
The chorus came from a school in Islington, England, and was chosen because it was close to the studio.
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L.T.D.
1977
If you like funky drumming, here it is! Highly recommended chart!.
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Robert Palmer
1979
"Doctor, Doctor, give me the news - I got a bad case of lovin' you..."
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T. Rex
1971
Rock classic featuring frontman Marc Bolan.
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Barry White
1974
I polled one of my classes as to who had the sexiest voice. Guess who won?
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Chicago
1971
Piano+Bass+Drums+Flute+Voice = pretty ballad. Wedding hit.
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The Little River Band
1979
Australian band that hit it big. Medium tempo 16th note feel. This is a cool chart of a cool song with some cool fills.
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The Spinners
1972
The Spinners weave their magic. Just relax and groove.
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Smokey Robinson
1979
Smooth as silk. This song took Smokey 5 years to write. "You're gonna fly away, glad you're coming my way."
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Led Zeppelin
1973
From the album Houses Of The Holy, bouncy reggae feel. John Bonham on drums. Cool fills throughout.
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ABBA
1977
This Swedish band made a lot of money in the '70s. Worldwide.
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The Four Seasons
1975
Number 1 for 3 weeks, featuring drummer Gerry Polci on vocals as well.
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Steely Dan
1972
For a group that made use of the absolute best in studio drummers, many people may not recognize the name of the original drummer Jim Hodder. Groove that won't quit.
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ELO
1979
Easy chart that is fun to play.
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Fleetwood Mac
1977
"Yesterday's gone." Good advice: Think about today. Shuffle feel.
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Tommy James
1971
Hal Blaine drums, while Tommy James sings bizarre lyrics.
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Bad Company
1975
To me, this is what rock is all about: organic, emotional and powerful. Add one of the best rock singers of all time (Paul Rodgers) and you've got a winner. Drummer is Simon Kirke.
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Cheryl Lynn
1979
This is really good funky drumming. Highly recommended chart!
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Creedence Clearwater Revival
1971
From CCR Chronicles, one of their many hits.
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Bee Gees
1977
From Saturday Night Fever. #1 for three weeks.
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Alicia Bridges
1978
"I want some action (pronounced ack-shawn)." BIG dance hit and a fun chart.
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Rose Royce
1977
Nice delicate 16th groove. From the movie Car Wash.
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Staple Singers
1972
#1 funky song with Roger Hawkins again. Very nice!!!!!
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Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes
1972
This soul ballad has a 6/4 feel. Teddy Pendergrass sings.
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Led Zeppelin
1971
From Led Zepelin III. Hard, driving drumming.
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Doobie Brothers
1977
Michael McDonald has got a voice. Solid feel on this chart.
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Temptations
1971
Beautiful and delicate, a dreamy classic. Tympani & harp.
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Exile
1978
Pure '70s. Four on the floor, solid eighth note rock.
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ZZ Top
1974
Inspired by John Lee Hooker, this shuffle rocks hard.
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Cars
1979
New wave fun stuff, unpretentious rock, lots of fun fills.
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Eagles
1977
This song will "surely make you lose your mind."
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Hollies
1972
"Saturday night I was downtown, working for the FBI." Cool song.
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Yes
1972
Progressive rock band that has been around. Bill Bruford drums.
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Journey
1979
Journey's first hit, with Steve Smith on drums.
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ZZ Top
1979
That band from Texas - from the Deguello album, funky and bluesy.
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Bobby Bloom
1970
A Top 10 hit about a magical place. Cool percussion parts, and great bass line.
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Boston
1976
Does this bring back memories or what? Best of the '70s.
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Bee Gees
1977
Easy chart from Saturday Night Fever.
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Bob Marley
1977
The all time king of reggae continues to enchant. If you haven't played a reggae chart, give this a try. The patterns are very interesting.
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Spinners
1973
Nice easy chart with an undeniable groove.
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Eagles
1973
"I like the way your sparkling earrings lay against your skin so brown."
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Steely Dan
1975
Masters of the studio, with Rick Marotta drumming.
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Wild Cherry
1976
Always a crowd pleaser, recently voted #1 greatest funk song of all time!
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Led Zeppelin
1970
This was meant for the Led Zep III album but was released years later on the Coda album.
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Staple Singers
1971
Memphis soul classic. Roger Hawkins on drums.
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The Doors
1971
From their album L.A. Woman. One of the Door's best. Atmosphere to the max.
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Gerry Rafferty
1979
Very clever song form, reminiscent of Beatle chord changes. His followup to "Baker Street."
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Aretha Franklin
1971
Bernard Purdie is great. If you don't believe it, just ask him.
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Hues Corporation
1974
Sounds even better now than way back then. Good production.
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Creedence Clearwater Revival
1970
One of their many hits during the late 60s and early 70s. Almost a magical groove.
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Fleetwood Mac
1975
Written by Christine McVie, it remains one of the group's most popular songs.
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Grand Funk Railroad
1975
I love the fact that most of this song is just bass, drums, and voice. Hard rock shuffle.
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Blood Sweat & Tears
1970
Great jazz-rock drumming by Bobby Colomby.
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Bee Gees
1978
From the Saturday Night Fever soundtrack. R&R Hall Of Fame.
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Lynyrd Skynyrd
1974
Southern rock at its finest. "Turn it up!" A real classic.
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Doobie Brothers
1976
From the Best Of The Doobies. This has to be in the pocket, or else.
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Eagles
1977
"Take another shot of courage..." Smooth California rock.
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Sly & The Family Stone
1970
JB invented funk, and passed the torch to Sly. Signature bass line.
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Led Zeppelin
1973
From the Houses of the Holy album, the title refers to the sea of fans seen from the stage. John Bonham on drums.
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Cornelius Brothers & Sister Rose
1972
Their million seller followup to "Treat Her Like A Lady".
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Shocking Blue
1970
Did you know this band was from Denmark? Phonetic singing. Now it's used pretty famously in cosmetic commercials.
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Rolling Stones
1971
One of the greatest Stones songs, and one of the greatest R&R songs. Charlie Watts on drums.
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J.D. Souther
1979
A la Roy Orbison, a nice rock ballad. Rolls along easily.
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Barry White
1975
One of a kind. Barry White was born with that foghorn voice.
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