Guitar Drum and Bass S01E01 On Drums Stewart Copeland

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  • BBC Programme about Guitar, Drum and Bass, the other programmes in the series are here: https://bit.ly/2BiP9ux Also Copelands own youtube channel is interesting Stewart Copeland explores the drums as the founding instrument of popular modern music. Beats that travelled from Africa via New Orleans and across the world are the consistent force behind musical evolution. Stewart plays with some of the most inspiring drummers of the last 50 years, including John Densmore of The Doors, Chad Smith of The Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Prince’s musical director Sheila E, New Order’s Stephen Morris and Foo Fighters’ Taylor Hawkins. He goes dancing in New Orleans, builds his own bass drum pedal and checks out hot new bands on Santa Monica beach.
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Yorum Sayısı: 945

  • josef mengele
    josef mengele 4 saat önce

    there aint many more less important things in the world than a drummer, try and tell that to these yahooos, good luck

  • Edward De Jong
    Edward De Jong 5 saat önce

    Mr. Copeland is supremely charming in this series. Humble, respectful, knowledgeable, he proves the lie that all drummers are insane ! hah. I particularly enjoyed the segment with the dummer from Marvin Gaye's What's Going On, the most organic album to ever come out of Motown and probably the high water mark for the American culture, which to my belief peaked around 1970. Many years ago the US state dept. hired Louis Armstrong and put him on an around the world tour. They should let him put together an all-star band and go around the world bringing peace and cooperation with the world. Mr. Copeland has the same kind of gets-along-with-everyone vibe that Armstrong had, and really why do we have aggressive reps to the UN when American music is our favorite (and best) export. Every culture has some kind of drumming, and really it is a wonderful universal language, as the other musical instruments can be very different and not blend so well. Let's push for musical diplomacy; make music not war!

  • TheJudy2004
    TheJudy2004 5 saat önce

    need to interview James Brown and earth wind and Fire Drummers.. ok SORRY just got to Clyde

  • Steve27775
    Steve27775 8 saat önce

    Lenny Kaye on guitar, Tina Weymouth on bass, Stewart Copeland on drums... so who's the singer in this supergroup?

  • Sbrown217
    Sbrown217 13 saat önce

    This is a great documentary. My only wish is that Stewart would have explained what I feel has been one of the most elusive drumming mysteries in the history of modern rock. Why did .38 Special require two drummers? We may never know.

  • The Truthpost
    The Truthpost 1 gün önce

    N e i l P e a r t

  • manifestgtr
    manifestgtr 1 gün önce

    They’re absolutely right...every great band has a great drummer, almost 100% of the time. Now I know there are some people who are going to think “what about Lars Ulrich or Charlie Watts?” Fuck you...Lars and Charlie, within their respective bands, are perfect...from a standpoint of chemistry and as “players for the song”. Listen to Joey Jordison play with Metallica. The impact and raw emotion are completely gone. Replace Charlie with a “better” drummer and the back beats which drive Mick and Keith will be completely different. A band is only as good as their drummer. As soon as you remove that element, the entire complexion changes. A good band has to have a good drummer, with fewer exceptions than any other instrument.

  • SirMespompes
    SirMespompes 1 gün önce

    Didn't recognised immediately Benedict Cumberbatch with white hair.

  • SirMespompes
    SirMespompes 1 gün önce

    I didn't know Ted Danson was such a good drummer.

  • Dan Anthony
    Dan Anthony 1 gün önce

    I’m a guitarist and have to say steward is the drummer in my dream band. Even over J.B.

  • South HemiTV 4
    South HemiTV 4 1 gün önce

    love these over-analytical scientific crap documentaries you get at the moment.

  • MARCUSAURELIUS
    MARCUSAURELIUS 2 gün önce

    Dammmmm Will Ferral has got chops!

  • YNVNEone
    YNVNEone 2 gün önce

    You can see how they would have all clashed with each other when they were playing in the Police together. Their differences made them great together creatively but not socially.

  • Dale
    Dale 2 gün önce

    This was so incredibly entertaining. So glad I'm going to New Orleans in a couple weeks!

  • Greg Hamilton
    Greg Hamilton 2 gün önce

    Roxi Petrucci Vixens' drummer, is the best rock drummer, period! Check out VIxen, Edge of a broken heart, and listen to my girl tear up that drumset!

  • F/A 18 Super Hornet Pilot Cessna 152 pilot.

    Exiting off the 134 freeway a while back while I was cranking Rush's YYZ drum solo from 1981, as I made a left the car next to me was Taylor Hawkins. Same shades and smiling as we sort of said hello....to me,, Neil's technical controlled insanity on that solo...has to be one of the Best in rock history. I want to see Buddy Rich get on Neil's tama set and see how far he gets playing all those drums.

  • Bambi Kaspbrak
    Bambi Kaspbrak 2 gün önce

    Thanks for sharing, Finn! Fun fact: In the Peter Grant biography, Bring It On Home, it says how John Bonham was a big fan of Stewart Copeland and was excited about the new style he brought.

  • kfnsyh 07
    kfnsyh 07 2 gün önce

    I need this kind of grandpa

  • pranoy narayanan
    pranoy narayanan 2 gün önce

    they should have mentioned IAN PAICE!!! amongst british drummers

  • Way Child
    Way Child 3 gün önce

    ONE THOUSAND THUMBS UP!!! Thank you Stewart!!

  • adru bat
    adru bat 3 gün önce

    6:18 the nun looks at him from above, below ..! he has.!

  • Jeff Hess
    Jeff Hess 3 gün önce

    Two Thumbs Up & Let The Beat Go On!!

  • Daktari Oskar van Nederhosen

    what a fantastic video.
    i was a teenage drummer when The Police first came out and the strongest thing that hit me about them was how amasingly great the drummer in that band was; i have subsequently always aspired, but failed, to have that real sense of groove that the drummer in The Police had.
    (i wonder who the drummer was in that band?)
    Stewart Copeland is, not to my surprise, a very bright, curious, and humble person, who, in this video, is enormously generous to his fellow drummers in his restraint from showing just how truly 'groove -ey' he is.

  • Jaw Tooth
    Jaw Tooth 3 gün önce

    Thanks for getting Sheila E. on here!

  • Kevin Cady
    Kevin Cady 3 gün önce

    Watch Dylan Elise or Mike Johnston...now you are talking technique!

  • nohaste4me
    nohaste4me 3 gün önce

    Today i declare : Nobody , Nobody had the energy as a drummer as much as Stewart Copeland! !!! Forget about speed or technique!
    Those things you can learn! !

  • gnupf
    gnupf 3 gün önce

    Steve Gadd, Jeff Porcaro and Bernard Purdie are sorely missed. And since Copeland was very keen on Reggae grooves; where's Carlton Barrett? Phil Collins?

  • Ricardo Castillo
    Ricardo Castillo 3 gün önce

    I never realized he was American, assumed he was British.

  • Dee B
    Dee B 4 gün önce

    Boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr dancing at 7:54. LOL

  • Martin Weeks
    Martin Weeks 4 gün önce

    Please tell me you're not going to forget the amazing drummer Richie Hayward from Little Feat???

  • Jason Sypher
    Jason Sypher 4 gün önce

    We are lucky that Stewart is so vital and curious and willing to share his expertise and humor with all of us.

  • schanche1965
    schanche1965 4 gün önce

    Would have liked some recogition of Adam and the Ants using two drummers at the same time.
    Also no mention of Ian Paice of Deep Purple, rocks' greatest drummer...

  • uscg906
    uscg906 4 gün önce

    What an awesome way to spend an hour...loved it!

  • Andi Jones
    Andi Jones 4 gün önce

    'We all just blockin' the street' LOL :D Awesome documentary

  • brian96597
    brian96597 4 gün önce

    Bonham wasn't fast? Copeland PLEASE!

  • TheGUESSWHO22
    TheGUESSWHO22 4 gün önce

    Very bad bands and drummers

  • Chris Fitzsimmons
    Chris Fitzsimmons 4 gün önce

    Fuck yes STANTON MOORE...if u don't know grab an early GALACTIC CD/w the houseman....he's a great and SUPER UNDERRATED drummer. I fucking love ya Stanton

  • beezer8686
    beezer8686 4 gün önce

    Great video! Wish Stan Lynch was on the interview list. Him beating up a drum machine in the Tom Petty days

  • jdgonzo1982
    jdgonzo1982 4 gün önce

    wow that was good, really good!! SC was a very good presenter and the flow of the whole doc was just lovely...shame it was funded by the BBC though...

  • travis
    travis 4 gün önce

    Good.