Drum Legends: Stewart Copeland

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Author: Pete Riley
Series: Lick Library
Format: Books | Instrumental Tutor
Learn to play five Police tracks note for note with Pete Riley!

This excellent DVD will teach you tracks and techniques from one of the most influential and musically unique drummers of our time.

Track lessons include: So Lonely, Roxanne, Walking On The Moon, Message In A Bottle and Can’t Stand Losing You.

Pete Riley has worked with artist as diverse as Republica, Motorhead and more recently Keith Emerson of ELP fame. He's a regular contributor to Rhythm magazine and author of three bestselling drum tuition books.
Published on: 10 October 2007
Length: 120
Language: English
Catalogue No: RDR0207

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        Scores 8.5 out of 10 based on 2 reviews
        8 out of 10


        GB Amateur musician at home
        Well presented, well recorded multi-angle coverage. Very accurate transcription of all the drum parts and clear explanations of how they are played. In addition to the songs there are some useful exercises dealing with general aspects of Stewart Copeland's technique.
        Notation not provided. Although the songs are popular and well known, a more graded choice may have worked better - adding some other songs that are even more challenging.
        Confirmed purchase: 25 February 2015
        Published on: 12 March 2015
        9 out of 10


        I bought this for my son. Like all Licklibrary products, this is of excellent quality and dissects the key elements of Stewart Copeland's technique and playing style.
        None really other than the disc got scratched and we had to buy another!
        Confirmed purchase: 02 December 2013
        Published on: 27 June 2014

        Musicroom Reviews

        If your a fan of the Police and in particular Stewart Copeland's style of playing then you will enjoy this informative and educational DVD. Pete Riley explains each part clearly as well as demonstrating thoroughly how to achieve the Copeland sound. My only down point would be that there is no accompanying PDF notation to print off which I think would have benefited an otherwise great product.
        Anonymous - (Dundee, United Kingdom)

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