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Steve Smith - Drum Legacy: Lehr-DVD für Schlagzeug (+ Audio-CD)

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  • Regisseur(e): Rob Wallis
  • Format: PAL
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • Bildseitenformat: 4:3 - 1.33:1
  • Anzahl Disks: 2
  • FSK: Lehrprogramm
  • Studio: Bosworth Music GmbH
  • Erscheinungstermin: 25. März 2009
  • Produktionsjahr: 2006
  • Spieldauer: 300 Minuten
  • Durchschnittliche Kundenbewertung: 5.0 von 5 Sternen 1 Kundenrezension
  • ASIN: B00186RS6E
  • Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 158.505 in DVD & Blu-ray (Siehe Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)
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Studying the drum giants who came before is one of the keys to developing an understanding of music and finding your own voice on the drums.
This highly educational DVD set presents a musical analysis and discussion of some of the most important jazz drumming greats in history. On Drum Legacy you will find the complete one-hour performance by Steve Smith's group Jazz Legacy from the 2006 Modern Drummer Festival, including two previously unreleased songs.
The group's music is inspired by jazz drumming giants Art Blakey ("A Night in Tunisia"), Elvin Jones ("Three Card Molly"), Philly Joe Jones ("Two Bass Hit"), Buddy Rich ("Moments Notice"), Joe Dukes ("Soulful Drums"), and Tony Williams ("Sister Cheryl"). Each tune is dedicated to one of these drum legends.

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Zugegeben: Sehr viel Trommelexibitionismus...und der Kollege hat (wie wohl wenige sonst) auch ordentlich was herzuzeigen. Aber : Die Live Performances sowie die Audio CD sind schon mal aus Entertainment Perspektive das Geld wert.
Wenn man die interessanten Insights/Style Analysis aus den Erklärungen in den Interviews von Riley und Smith noch dazu nimmt, eine wirklich tolle "Investition". Gerade die Sachen, die ein halbwegs vorgebildeter "Normalo" noch einigermaßen in sein Spiel einbauen könnte sind noch mit einem kleinen Booklet in Notenform erklärt.
Mich hat dieses Edutainment total überzeugt !
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5.0 von 5 Sternen A master class for experienced drummers 25. Dezember 2015
Von Mike Tarrani - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verifizierter Kauf
Up front and in context: the information and demonstrations in this set can be used by drummers playing any genre. However, they are probably going to be more meaningful to jazz drummers. That is only because the styles played and dissected are of influential jazz drummers (although Bonham, Mitch Mitchell and a few other rock drummers are briefly mentioned.)

For me this is like a master class and the demonstrations are mainly from a live performance by Smith and his band at the 2006 Modern Drummer Festival. The performances are inspiring, but it's the between-performance segments with John Riley serving as an interviewer that are the real meat of this set. Riley is excellent in this role and on more than a few occasions asks probing questions that draws out some deep insights from Smith.

If you are already an avid fan of Elvin Jones, Tony Williams, Art Blakey and Philly Joe Jones you will probably immediately connect to the performances and understand the ensuing discussions. If not, you will be introduced to drummers you should be listening to regardless of the genre of music you play. Another giant who gets a lot of mention is Max Roach (and in my opinion, rightly so because the thematic approach he takes to crafting solos is a lesson for any drummer). Plus there are some drummers who are not as famous, such as Joe Dukes who should be studied for his approach to drumming. I liken Dukes' use of space to the way Ahmad Jamal plays piano.

Overall, this is probably not the best DVD for beginning drummers, but will still be inspiring to them. For seasoned drummers, however, this is a gold mine of techniques and advanced topics that are of immediate interest to jazz drummers, but should be more widely disseminated to a wider audience of drummers.
5.0 von 5 Sternen If you are a serious disciple of the art of Drumming, you need this in your library!! 6. März 2017
Von TRFB - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verifizierter Kauf
Great resource for all drummers. Steve Smith is an amazing player. Very skilled and technical, BUT, so musical. This DVD offers a great insight into his approach to Bop drumming. It shows a concert he did with Jazz Legacy at a Modern Drummer festival. After each song, he is interviewed by another great drummer, John Riley. He wrote "The art of Bop drumming". Great book. Anyway, he asks Steve questions about his approach and Steve demonstrates what and how he played those grooves. Excellent resource and insight into learning how to play different fills and rhythms. I highly recommend this DVD. It also comes with sheet music of grooves and fills he demonstrates. This is a 3 disc set. Excellent. Worth the money
5.0 von 5 Sternen Steve Smith played great on this I really supported by his own band 23. Januar 2017
Von John Hewitt - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verifizierter Kauf
Steve Smith played great on this I really supported by his own band. Page respect to a number of great dramas that include Philly Joe Jones and Art Blakey along with Max Roach. He uses new arrangements of standard jazz repertoire. Steve Smith also explains his approach to these new arrangements😀. Both entertaining and insightful
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Covers the subject well - subtitles would be nice though 26. Januar 2009
Von A C SHIELDS - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verifizierter Kauf
I also have Steve's 'US Beat' DVD which is similar to this one in that it tries to take a very broad subject and present it without explaining too much or leaving too much out. It must be hard to know how to start on such a broad subject and to know how much to assume the drummer already knows or understands, but Steve manages to do it.
The recommended listening information is great too, because once you get into jazz drumming, you can be spending a lot of money and time to find the recordings! It is a great all round package, but it is not for beginners.

Over time, I realised that although Steve wants to pay tribute to other drummers, he takes the understandable but redundant step of playing their styles (and well known songs) with his band, which is is only going to be partially successful. For me, this is starkly illustrated when he plays the Tony Williams tune. Steve is obviously playing something very close to what Tony plays, but there is no excitement there for me - there is merely technical ability, as if he wanted to compare the sheet music with another player and say 'look how close I got to what Tony did'. The heart, fire and soul of the original players do not seem to be coming through.
Instead, something else is likely to come through - it is like someone doing 'impressions' of someone else. I do not know what that achieves. I think a more successful way of approaching it would be to completely change the arrangement to make it fresh, whic also gives one the challenge of creating same.

He did try to add some extra credibility to this venture by getting John Riley involved (someone who saw many of the original players perform first hand) - this was a shrewd move, however their on camera 'vibe' together is not always positive, perhaps due to the impression (that I have) that John is only there to add comments. John is not permitted to demonstrate things on the drums, which would have added so much more to this.
It is not often that one watches a DVD and feels that the atmosphere could have been cut with a knife.
Steve does a duet with himself on the DVD. It may have been more interesting if he had done one with John.

It is really best to be yourself when it comes to playing, but after watching this I had the the uncomfortable realisation that Steve could have used the great players' achievements to raise his own profile.

There is also the questionable but undoubtedly successful tactic of including Steve's band's CD in the package - this type of music will not sell in large numbers, however including it in the DVD package is a guaranteed way of doing so. I am learning a lot about marketing when I see how Hudson Music present some of their product.
5.0 von 5 Sternen Wow!! 24. November 2012
Von drum addict - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verifizierter Kauf
Being an amateur drummer I can only gaze with wide open eyes to this DVD. What a craftsmanship and skills... and on top of it it's a very humble and friendly approach of his knowledge and insights in the fine art of drumming. Steve Smith takes you to drummer's heaven!

Did I mention the superb sound and video quality?
Sit back, relax and enjoy this masterpiece!!
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