Drum Chart of the Week #6 "Re-Arranged" by Limp Bizkit

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Drum Chart of the Week #5 "Roundabout" by YES

Postby rlrrll » Fri Sep 12, 2008 10:45 am

Maybe I should change the title to "Chart of the MONTH"!!



Last year I got involved in a Classic YES cover band, which concentrated solely on Bill Bruford era YES. I've charted out 6 songs so far, so I thought I'd put one up for you all to work on too.

"Roundabout" was the first big YES single in 1972. It features all of the Bruford traits that we love: the rim shots, the odd phrasing, and the clean and clever fills.

To hear the song, watch this:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TS_vJ1W7uKw


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*Watch the changing meters throughout the song, as the meters switches for 4/4 to 6/4 and back. The best thing to do is to sing the melody in those spots to keep yourself in the right place.

*In the "samba" section on page 3, I did not write out every note that Bruford plays. This section is heavy with overdubs, with shakers, cowbells and timbales over the drum set. I chose to write a pattern that matches the subdivisions of the music (3+3+2+3+3+2) in 16th Notes, which follows the bass line. Listen to the track if you want to play the fills in the same spots and Bruford did.
The form of that section is clearly marked out in 8 bar and 4 bar phrases.

* The Choruses and Solo Sections make for great reading exercises. I was surprised to notice that Bruford does not follow a set accent pattern during those sections. It's more like he plays "around" the accents set up by the bass, but never falls into one of his own. That's his jazz attitude coming out.
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Re: Drum Chart of the Week #6 "Re-Arranged" by Limp Bizkit

Postby rlrrll » Mon Dec 15, 2008 1:32 pm

Re-arranged by Limp Bizkit

Here is some late 1990's funk/rap/ metal for you all to get into. Although Limp Bizkit get's dissed a lot by musicians, I always liked John Otto's drumming.

Watch the video here:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GwWdC2KSF18

Here is a home video by Jason Hunte playing the song. It's not note for note, but it will help you get the idea.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZQBuDkHXtL4


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About the chart:
*For a 6 minute song, this drum part fits nicely onto one page because of the repeats.
*The groove is very "Garabldi-esqe" with some interesting grooves and accents
*Watch the 16th note rest on beat 3 of the intro groove. The HiHat does stop at that point.
In the videos, both Otto and Hunte play continuous 8th notes. Both ways work.
*The coolest groove here is at bar 13, where the snare accent moves around on each bar.
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Re: Drum Chart of the Week #6 "Re-Arranged" by Limp Bizkit

Postby DrumStix22 » Tue Nov 17, 2009 7:24 pm

rlrrll!! can i please have the led zeppelin and limp bizkit PDFs?!?!

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Re: Drum Chart of the Week #6 "Re-Arranged" by Limp Bizkit

Postby rlrrll » Wed Nov 18, 2009 10:33 am

Sent! :mrgreen:
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Re: Drum Chart of the Week #6 "Re-Arranged" by Limp Bizkit

Postby DrumStix22 » Wed Nov 18, 2009 10:08 pm

nice!!! thank you so much!!
oh yeah by the way have you ever noticed that vater sticks produce a "cheap sound" compared to vic firth and pro marks sticks??
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Re: Drum Chart of the Week #6 "Re-Arranged" by Limp Bizkit

Postby Brother_Bong » Fri Nov 20, 2009 6:59 pm

Tom,I hope I don't come off petty, but it would help me understanding how to read this type of notation if the vocals were referenced, at least the first word of each line.
If I'm out of line, I'll go stand in the corner...... :oops:
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Re: Drum Chart of the Week #6 "Re-Arranged" by Limp Bizkit

Postby rlrrll » Fri Nov 20, 2009 7:55 pm

Whyyyyy youuuuu!!!

So, you want to know where the vocals come in? Which song?

Something to look for are the DOUBLE BAR LINES. They tell you when your going from one section into another. For instance, if we have 8 bars of verse followed by 8 bars of Chorus, they will be separated by a Double Bar line, A verse that has two 8 bar sections will have a single bar line between the two phrases.

Hope that helps!

In "Re-Arranged" there needs to be a notation everytime the singer says "Yo!"

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Re: Drum Chart of the Week #6 "Re-Arranged" by Limp Bizkit

Postby Brother_Bong » Fri Nov 20, 2009 8:08 pm

Thanks Tom,I'm sorry that I am so ignorant in reading.
Eventually I'll get it to gel.
I apologize again Tom. But unfortunately I never learned right. And now it seems so difficult to get my head around it.
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Re: Drum Chart of the Week #6 "Re-Arranged" by Limp Bizkit

Postby rlrrll » Sat Nov 21, 2009 1:34 am

No no no man! Don't sweat it!!

You should check out the "Chart Reading Basics: thread on UGW

Let me know if I can help!!

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