I will now invite you to discuss about the five best drummer of all time infoarjuna.blogspot.com version.
I really love playing drums and have a dream 'one day I must be a drummer'.
And this is the drummers that I made a model ^ __ ^
he has excellent technique as a drummer. but unfortunately he died of a brain tumor
Bernard "Buddy" Rich (September 30, 1917 – April 2, 1987) was an American jazz drummer and bandleader. Rich was billed as "the world's greatest drummer" and was known for his virtuosic technique, power, groove, and speed.
Early lifeRich was born in Brooklyn, New York, to vaudevillians Robert and Bess Rich. His talent for rhythm was first noted by his father, who saw that Buddy could keep a steady beat with spoons at the age of one. He began playing drums in vaudeville when he was 18 months old, billed as "Traps the Drum Wonder." At the peak of Rich's childhood career, he was reportedly the second-highest paid child entertainer in the world (after Jackie Coogan). At 11 he was performing as a bandleader. He received no formal drum instruction, and went so far as to claim that instruction would only degrade his musical talent. He also never admitted to practicing, claiming to play the drums only during performances[ and was not known to read music. He expressed great admiration for, and was influenced by, the playing of Chick Webb, Gene Krupa, Dave Tough, and Jo Jones, among others.
Jazz careerRich first played jazz with a major group in 1937 with Joe Marsala and guitarist Jack Lemaire. He then played with Bunny Berigan (1938) and Artie Shaw (1939), and even instructed a 14-year-old Mel Brooks in drumming for a short period when playing for Shaw.At 21, Rich participated in his first major recording with the Vic Schoen Orchestra (the band that backed the Andrews Sisters). In 1938, he was also hired to play in Tommy Dorsey's orchestra where he met and performed with Frank Sinatra. In 1942, Rich left the Dorsey band to join the United States Marine Corps. He rejoined the Dorsey group after leaving the Marines two years later. In 1946, Rich formed his own band with financial support from Sinatra, and continued to lead different groups on and off until the early fifties.
In addition to Tommy Dorsey (1939–1942, 1945, 1954–1955), Rich also played with Benny Carter (1942), Harry James (1953-1956–1962, 1964, 1965), Les Brown, Charlie Ventura, and Jazz at the Philharmonic, as well as leading his own band and performing with all-star groups. In the early fifties Rich played with Dorsey and also began to perform with trumpeter Harry James, an association which lasted until 1966. In 1966, Rich left James in order to develop a new big band. For most of the period from 1966 until his death, he led successful big bands in an era when the popularity of big bands had waned from their 1930s and 40s peak. In this later period, Rich continued to play clubs but he had stated in multiple interviews that the great majority of his big band's performances were at high schools, colleges and universities, with club performances done to a much lesser degree. Rich also served as the session drummer for many recordings, where his playing was often much more understated than in his own big-band performances. Especially notable were Rich's sessions for the late-career comeback recordings of Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong, on which he worked with pianist Oscar Peterson and his famous trio featuring bassist Ray Brown and guitarist Herb Ellis.
Drumming technique and well known performancesRich's technique has been one of the most standardized and coveted in drumming. His dexterity, musicality of playing style, speed and smooth execution are considered "holy grails" of drum technique and have been considered next to impossible to duplicate. While Rich typically held his sticks using traditional grip, he was also a skilled "match grip" player, and was one of few drummers to master the one-handed roll on both hands. Some of his more spectacular moves are crossover riffs, where he would criss-cross his arms from one drum to another, sometimes over the arm, and even under the arm at great speed.
Rich also demonstrated incredible skill at brush technique. On one album, 1955's The Lionel Hampton Art Tatum Buddy Rich Trio, Rich plays brushes almost exclusively throughout.
Another Rich technique that few drummers have been able to perfect is the stick-trick – a fast roll performed by slapping two drumsticks together in a circular motion.
In 1942, Rich and drum teacher Henry Adler co-authored the instructional book Buddy Rich's Modern Interpretation of Snare Drum Rudiments, regarded as one of the more popular snare-drum rudiment books.
One of Adler's former students introduced Adler to Rich. "The kid told me Buddy played better than [Gene] Krupa. Buddy was only in his teens at the time and his friend was my first pupil. Buddy played and I watched his hands. Well, he knocked me right out. He did everything I wanted to do, and he did it with such ease. When I met his folks, I asked them who his teacher was. 'He never studied,' they told me. That made me feel very good. I realized that it was something physical, not only mental, that you had to have."
In a 1985 interview, Adler clarified the extent of his teacher-student relationship to Rich and their collaboration on the instructional book:
"I had nothing to do with [the rumor that I taught Buddy how to play]. That was a result of Tommy Dorsey's introduction to the Buddy Rich book," Adler said. "I used to go around denying it, knowing that Buddy was a natural player. Sure, he studied with me, but he didn't come to me to learn how to hold the drumsticks. I set out to teach Buddy to read. He'd take six lessons, go on the road for six weeks and come back. He didn't have time to practice."
"Tommy Dorsey wanted Buddy to write a book and he told him to get in touch with me. I did the book and Tommy wrote the foreword. Technically, I was Buddy's teacher, but I came along after he had already acquired his technique."
When asked about Rich's ability to read music, Bobby Shew, lead trumpeter in Rich's mid-60s big band replied,
- "No. He’d always have a drummer there during rehearsals to read and play the parts initially on new arrangements... He’d only have to listen to a chart once and he’d have it memorized. We'd run through it and he'd know exactly how it went, how many measures it ran and what he'd have to do to drive it... The guy had the most natural instincts.
|The Rev (Avenged Sevenfold)|
Now we discuss about our drummer who is ranked fourth.
James 'THE REV' sullivan. .
Info Arjuna chose The Rev as the best drummer Coz he's an idol of SEVENFOLDISM in the world ^ __ ^
Death of the drummer of Avenged Sevenfold
Avenged Sevenfold drummer, James Sullivan or better known as The Rev is also a backing vocalist in the group by surprise yesterday reported to have died at the age of 28 years at his home in Southern California, this Amerika.Sejauh local police indicated there was no case Odd behind the death of one of the world's best drummers and The Rev died of natural causes or perhaps fatigue from touring schedule and they have just completed the entire process of recording a new album scheduled for the cultivation of outstanding 2010. "We received very sad news and we reluctantly gave up Jimmy 'The Rev' Sulivan left the world. Jimmy was not only one of the world's best drummers, but more than that he is very important to become best friends and our relatives. Our prayers for the family of Jimmy and Jimmy I hope you can respect, especially when passing through difficult times. Jimmy, you will remain in our hearts forever. We love you, "writes Avenged Sevenfold's official email us. maybe, some reviews about Avenged Sevenfold seem cruel, considering outnya sold them to major labels and music that changed with more friendly to the mainstream market. However jiki glimpse into the early 2000s the band was fairly frequent contact us and even sent his own two of their first album, "Sounding of the Seventh Trumpet 'and' Waking the Fallen 'with Rebel version orijinal to address our Zine for direview.Salam respect to The Rev and the avenged sevenfold and the families who ditinggalkan.Mungkin some reviews we were about Avenged Sevenfold seem cruel, considering outnya sold them to major labels and music that changed with more friendly to the mainstream market. However jiki glimpse into the early 2000s the band was fairly frequent contact us and even sent his own two of their first album, "Sounding of the Seventh Trumpet 'and' Waking the Fallen 'with Rebel version orijinal to address Zine for review.
|Travis (Blink 182)|
StyleIn the entire Travis bodies covered in tattoos. The first time Travis get a tattoo when she was 17 years. The tattoo reads "Bones" is none other than his name as a child.
BackgroundAfter the disbanding of his first band, Feeble, Barker began playing for The Aquabats in 1996 and known as The Baron Von Tito. He recorded one album with them, The Fury of the Aquabats!, In 1997. Then he resigned from the Aquabats, and he joined the pop punk band Blink-182 in 1998. Barker became known for his mohawk hair and penchant shirtless at maen drums, and reveals a lot of tattoos. Barker has since established himself as a drummer who is very successful, produce and create "remixes" the drums of various musical genres such as hip-hop, alternative rock, pop and country. He has gained significant acceptance within the hip-hop community in particular and often working with musicians to put together a "rock-remix" colored their songs.
His life was beginningTravis Barker was born dikeluarga Randy and Gloria Barker in Fontana, California, located in San Bernardino County. Barker grew up in high crime areas, where his father worked as a mechanic and his mother as babysister. Barker began playing drums at age 4 even though he did not become serious about it until about age 12. Barker studied by Allen Carter, a jazz percussionist and well-established and respected director, writer / author and professor and famous for all kinds of different music.
His mother, who had been diagnosed with cancer three months earlier, died a day before he started high school. He told Travis to keep playing music and to follow his dream. Barker went to Fontana High School, where he played in jazz ensembles and marching bands. He gained much experience performing at regional competitions and festivals. During his senior year, she followed the drum corps tryouts for touring with a rock band. Barker gained much experience do with some early rock bands. After Barker graduated from high school in 1993 he became a member of The Aquabats. He was dubbed The Baron Von Tito. Barker did not return to the drum corps for his age. He came out in 1986, he auditioned with the Blue Devils Drum and Bugle Corps, but ultimately did not go
Travis's first instrument was trumpet, not the drum. As a teenager he played in the marching band and a swing, and jazz fans. He began playing drums in a local band named Riverside before 1998.
God Help Barker incident, until he can return to the recording studio in November 2008. In the television interview since the accident, he told MTV, "I've been playing drums again, and I was back in the studio". Reveals a figure of speech by stating that a return to the studio "was like riding a bike. It is interesting to find out my fleshy. Feeling better ... I can still make a note on the drum. All were grateful to be able to play drums again.
Barker requires aircraft owners, Goodyear Tire and Rubber Co., and corporate aircraft parts on November 21, 2008. He asked for damages of more than $ 25,000 for pain, suffering, disability, loss of revenue, iaya medical, and legal. The lawsuit claims the Learjet pilots who say "not true if I was not trained and we should die if it continues down the runway." Head of Barker bodyguard Charles Monroe Still Jr., who died in the crash, joined digugatkan. Barker sued the company for damages, funeral expenses, lost income and expenses. Court cases have selsai in December 2009, with attorney William L. Robinson, who represents several companies, and say this is the case the settlement are confidential.
On December 1, 2008, TV Guide reported that Barker will make his first appearance with DJ AM (Adam Goldstein) after surviving a plane crash. Her duet performed on New Year's Nation's, New Year's Eve Party at The Wiltern. They do streaming. Published on the Internet through the official website of the New Year's Nation's, and broadcast on New Year's Nation parties across the United States's. From the show, Barker told press, "I'm ready to go back on stage with AM and continue to entertain people. I am very excited to celebrate the New Year in my hometown LA. DJ AM died on August 28, 2009 due to drug overdoses in apartment in New York.
|Travis and his child|
|Mike Portnoy (ex. Dream Theater Drummer)|
With the reasons for wanting to rest in order to save the relationship with other personnel Dream Theater, Portnoy was like trying to arouse his creative side by creating with Avenged Sevenfold drummer James Sullivan who lost since late 2009.
John Petrucci guitar player who initially thought Portnoy just want to help the recording fifth album Avenged Sevenfold, no objection to it. But when Portnoy revealed that he also wanted to join the tour, he felt it as something that can not be tolerated.
"I've warned him, 'I think it's not a good idea, Mike.' Then we discuss pretty intense about it. But I can not control what Mike, or anyone, want to do, "Petrucci said, as quoted from MusicRadar.com.
Because it does not get approval for the vacuum for some time, Mike Portnoy of Dream Theater decided to leave forever.
December 2010, Portnoy announced via Facebook itself is not going to work with Avenged Sevenfold again. A month later, Avenged Sevenfold announce that they have found a new drummer for the tour, Aril Ilejay [Confide].
Reveals Portnoy Petrucci had asked to join back with Dream Theater. He did not specify when Portnoy come and speak about it.
According to Petrucci's too late. Because Mike Mangini has become the new drummer of Dream Theater after removing the six arch-rivals in the audition.
"Life changed dramatically Mike Mangini. He had been a professor at Berklee, and he had to give revelation when leaving Berklee. He had a wife and two children. So he came to us and make recordings. Everyone at the label is very supportive. Everything feels good. We've been able to stand again. And when Mike [Portnoy] asked to come back again ..., "Petrucci continued his conversation with a shake of his head.
Who is to be ranked first?
|Dave Mackintosh (drummer of DRAGONFORCE)|
I chose it because I never met him. shake hands, take pictures together and ask for his autograph. I was very lucky! ^ __ ^
|Venovha (me) & Dave Mackintosh|
Neil Peart, Mike Portnoy, Tommy Aldridge, Charlie Benante, Ingo Schwichtenberg, Nicko Mcbrain, Jonny Maudling, Vinnie Paul.
Tama Starclassic birch/bubinga, ultraviolet sparkle
Kicks: 2 x 22″ x 18″
Brass snare: 14″ x 5.5″ (main)
Starclassic maple 14” x 5.5 snare(secondary)
Toms: 8″, 10″, 12″, 13″, 14″
Floor Toms: 16″ & 18″
4 x octaban,left side
4 x octaban, right side
1 x 20” gong drum
Double tier, Tama power tower rack, with Tama road pro hardware
2 x Tama Iron Cobra pedals (rolling glide)
Roland TD-20bk meshheads and triggers
Vic Firth 5a extreme hickory sticks and stick bags
All Meinl Cymbals
14” Soundcaster Fusion Medium Hi Hats.
18” Soundcaster Fusion Medium Crash
10” Soundcaster Splash
18” Byzance China
18” Byzance Rock China
19” MB10 Medium Crash
10” MB10 Splash
18” MB10 medium Crash
19” MB20 Heavy Crash
18” MB20 Heavy Crash
20” MB20 Heavy Bell Ride
19” Soundcaster Custom Powerful Crash
17” Soundcaster Custom Medium Crash
15” Generation x China Crash
12”/14” Generation X Xtreme Stack
Toms: g2 coated top heads, g1 clear bottom heads
Snare: g1 coated / g1 coated with power dot