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    Hi all,

    Recently I received a gift voucher for Amazon and thought I'd spend on a new drumming DVD. I'm intrigued by Benny Greb's new DVD, The Art and Science of Groove.

    Can anyone suggest others to consider? Anything related to groove/time, technique, styles etc.

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    Any Jojo Mayer DVD.
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    There are a ton of great ones, it depends on what you're looking for. Steve Jordan's "The Groove Is Here" has a lot of really amazing information about feel and time, if you do any studio work I highly recommend checking it out. The Jojo Mayer dvds have some cool technique and practice ideas, same with Benny Greb's.
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    I really enjoyed Steve Smith's Drumset Technique / History of the U.S. Beat ...

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    Neil Peart's the art of a drum solo was pretty good. It comes with two booklets of sheet music too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by slinglander View Post
    Any Jojo Mayer DVD.
    +1

    Jojo is very thorough, explains in simple language, and imo teachers what you really need.

    if you want to try for yourself, check out ulozto.cz and you can download for free

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    Quote Originally Posted by __--byonin--__ View Post
    Hi all,

    Recently I received a gift voucher for Amazon and thought I'd spend on a new drumming DVD. I'm intrigued by Benny Greb's new DVD, The Art and Science of Groove.

    Can anyone suggest others to consider? Anything related to groove/time, technique, styles etc.
    I like Benny's first dvd if you havent seen it.. i forgot what its called. the language of drumming? maybe
    Too Much Stuff.

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    Clayton Cameron has a great brushes DVD if you are into that.
    Life's too short to play the same solo twice. Improvise!

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    Tommy Igoe Groove Essentials?
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    Tommy Igoe's Groove Essentials, Groove Essentials 2.0 are very good. His Great Hands For a Lifetime is really good.

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