Why are Ted's charts better than the others? My charts are made with the drummer in mind. Most of the commercially available drum chart books, like play along books from Hal Leonard and Alfred, are unnecessarily long and result in too many page turns. Many of these books might have a seven page drum chart that shouldn't be more than three or four pages. What they don't understand is that drummers like their charts a certain way. When you are constantly using both hands to play your instrument you want to minimize your page turns as much as possible. My charts do that. The lack of logical use of repeats in these other transcriptions also lead to unnecessarily long charts. My charts are condensed as much as possible without sacrificing any of the content. Most of these books do not use logic when they lay out their charts. Drummers like their charts with an even number of bars on a line. This allows us to look away from the chart and know where we are when we look back, as most music is phrased in four or eight bar phrases. These other books and charts don't do that. They consistently put three and five bars on a line. I find this to be the most frustrating thing of all about these other charts. In short, my charts are accurate, logical, and professional. I hope you enjoy them. Another One Bites the Dust - Queen Back in Black - ACDC Bang a Gong - T-Rex Birthday - The Beatles Black Cow - Steely Dan Brain Stew - Green Day Brand New Cadillac - The Clash Bustin Loose - Chuck Brown & the Soul Searchers Come Together - The Beatles Dance to the Music - Sly & the Family Stone Day Tripper - The Beatles Drive My Car - The Beatles Everyday People - Sly & the Family Stone Family Affair - Sly & the Family Stone Flashlight - Parliament Get Back - The Beatles Gimme Shelter - The Rolling Stones Groove Me - King Floyd Paperback Writer - The Beatles Paranoid - Black Sabbath Ride - The Vines Seven Nation Army - The White Stripes Sing a Simple Song - Sly & the Family Stone Spreadin' Honey - Charles Wright & the 103rd St. Watts Band Sunday Bloody Sunday - U2 Thank You Faletinmebemicelf Again - Sly & the Family Stone Thank You For Takin Me To Africa - Sly & the Family Stone When I Come Around - Green Day

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