Anatomy of a Drum Solo
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|Anatomy of a Drum Solo|
|Released||December 12, 2005|
|Recorded||2004 - 2005|
|Label||Hudson Music / Rounder Records|
|Neil Peart chronology|
Anatomy of a Drum Solo is a two-disc footage of Rush drummer Neil Peart, presenting live and in-studio performances discussing his approach to soloing. Taking Der Trommler, a drum solo recorded in September 2004 in Frankfurt, Germany as a framework, Peart presents the concepts and technique behind each segment of this nine-minute drum solo, which is a feature of each Rush live performance.
Anatomy of a Drum Solo also features:
- Two explorations - completely improvised workouts at the drums, each over 30 minutes long.
- A drum solo recorded in Hamburg, Germany in September, 2004.
- "O Baterista", Neil's Grammy Award-nominated solo, from the Vapor Trails Tour.
- Two Rush performances from the Frankfurt 2004 concert, all shot from the perspective of the drum cameras.
- Camera Option: During Peart's performance of "Der Trommler", the viewer can choose between the program edit and two isolated camera views.
- Alternate Edits: During parts of Peart's analysis of "Der Trommler" the viewer can choose between the program edit, or an alternate edit with the playing example shown full-screen without Peart's commentary.
- Audio-only tracks: "Momo's Dance Party" and "Pieces of Eight", composed and performed by Peart, which can be accessed at various points in the program,
- Interview with Paul Northfield, Rush co-producer and engineer, and Lorne Wheaton, Peart's drum technician.
- Two Rush performances from the perspective of the drum cameras.
- A previously unreleased solo from Rush's 1994 Counterparts Tour.
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