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Yaniv's drum workshop - NEW - Big Star 3-Pack! and 38 other drum tracks - Bowie, Springsteen, Neil Young and many more!


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#21 rcale

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Posted November 21, 2017 - 09:58 PM

Amazing. I hope you find a full band partner for your stuff so I can play it (or just a bass charter, you know, for that rhythm section vibe)! Your track and artist choices are really exciting. I too love 'Blackstar' - such a heartbreaking album in places.



#22 yaniv297

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Posted November 21, 2017 - 11:09 PM

Amazing. I hope you find a full band partner for your stuff so I can play it (or just a bass charter, you know, for that rhythm section vibe)! Your track and artist choices are really exciting. I too love 'Blackstar' - such a heartbreaking album in places.

 

Thanks! Honestly there's so much I would want to chart from this album, but a lot of the other tracks (mostly the title track and Sue) seems too difficult for me to chart at the moment. Maybe in the future!

 

Also, regardless of my chart, if you like Blackstar make sure you listen to 'No Plan'. It's an outtake and I'm honestly baffled how come it didn't make the album. Would have been an highlight and it fits the album perfectly.



#23 yaniv297

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Posted December 10, 2017 - 12:08 AM

New songs! A tribute to one of the best albums of the 00's - Wilco's 'Yankee Hotel Foxtrot' - with 4 songs, and a single by Angel Olsen!

 

Wilco's 'Yankee Hotel Foxtrot' Pack

"Heavy Metal Drummer"

"I Am Trying to Break Your Heart"

"I'm the Man Who Loves You"

"Jesus, Etc"

 

First 4-pack (couldn't leave any of the songs out), and it's a tribute to Wilco's masterpiece - 'Yankee Hotel Foxtrot'! Play along to those wonderful songs. "I Am Trying to Break Your Heart" includes ultra creative drumming and even a drum solo (and it's a masterpiece, too), while 'I'm the Man Who Loves You' is a hugely tricky chart as it includes several layers of percussion and drums! Tried my best to make the chart as good as I could. "Heavy Metal Drummer", despite the name, is a pretty fun and fairly easy tune. Last but not least, "Jesus Etc" is a complete breeze to play through, but it's also one of the most beautiful songs ever written by anyone - just couldn't make this pack without it!

 

Angel Olsen - "Shut Up Kiss Me"

 

First single release, it's "Shut Up Kiss Me" by Angel Olsen! One of the great new(ish) artists in indie, Olsen is an amazing songwriter with great 70's style. This song is ultra fun to play and it's just such a great song.



#24 rezavakili

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Posted December 11, 2017 - 05:57 AM

I'm the Man Who Loves You was a lot of fun on drums. Thanks.

#25 yaniv297

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Posted December 11, 2017 - 09:48 AM

I'm the Man Who Loves You was a lot of fun on drums. Thanks.

 

Glad you enjoyed it! I was a bit insecure about this chart because there's so much percussion going on - at some points I knew I'd leave out certain noticeable drum parts - but it ended up being a blast to play.



#26 yaniv297

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Posted January 16, 2018 - 09:36 AM

New release!

 

Big Star 3-Pack

"Kizza Me" (YouTube)

"September Gurls" (YouTube)

"Thank You Friends" (YouTube)

 

 

One of the most underrated bands of all times with a great three pack of brilliant power-pop. Headlined by "September Gurls", a career highlight and one of the greatest power pop anthems of all time - which is also loads of fun on drums with many drum fills all over the place! In addition there's two songs from the band's last album, the dark masterpiece "Big Star/Third", including the brilliant rocker "Kizza Me" and the ultra-cynical anthem "Thank You Friends", both of whom among the band's best and are really fun on drums. Enjoy!



#27 AJFOne23

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Posted January 16, 2018 - 10:14 AM

Can you include youtube links for your songs so we can preview them when we're unfamiliar?



#28 yaniv297

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Posted January 16, 2018 - 10:28 AM

Can you include youtube links for your songs so we can preview them when we're unfamiliar?

 

Sure, great idea! added to post above. Will add to older songs later.



#29 yaniv297

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Posted February 11, 2018 - 09:22 PM

Hey! So as you know, I've been turning my attention to charting full band songs... so soon you'll see full band songs posted here!

 

But before this happens, I need to 'clean my plate' - finished up some drums stuff I did. So this is the last drums-only release planned. Here we go!

 

Bruce Springsteen Deep Cuts Pack

"Loose Ends" (YouTube)

"Sherry Darling" (YouTube)

"Roulette" (YouTube)

 

So as you can tell, I like Bruce haha

This is a three pack of lesser known songs, but I love all of them. They each show a different side of him.

 

"Loose Ends" is honestly, an emotional masterpiece and one of the prettiest songs he's ever written. His guitar player, Steve Van Zandt, when asked 'what is the last song the E-Street Band should ever play live?', answered Loose Ends. And it's fun on drums too!

 

"Sherry Darling" is a pure fun song from the River album, great rock'n'roll with an amazingly catchy chorus. I got some beers and the highway's free...

 

"Roulette" is hard rocking Bruce, it's another hidden gem. A fast paced, paranoid, sweaty tune. And if you think Bruce songs are too easy on drums - this one is for you! It's quite a challenge to play, I actually had difficulties testing it properly because it's too hard for me. So yeah, have fun!

 

 

And another bonus song:

 

The Millennium - There Is Nothing More to Say (YouTube)

 

To be honest, this is one song I did for myself. The Millennium were a psychedelic band back in the 60's, in the vein of the Beach Boys, Love etc, but not nearly as popular. They only released one album - 'Begin'. For me, it's one of the greatest lost classics of all time. A mixture of psychedelia and sunshine pop, extremely melodic - I think it's the best psychedelic album ever made, after 'Pet Sounds'. And that's my favorite song on it. I can't believe it's a deep cut on a forgotten album - it just sounds like a lost classic.

 

Have fun!






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