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Hi dear John.. thanks again for the lesson ,for the inspiration,and influence.the best books for jazz drumming on the planet from the best swing teacher i ever met ....
by EVAGGELOS GEORGIOU (SAMOTHRAKI GREECE)June 27, 2006 7:24 AM
Hi John, greetings from Australia! Thank you from you valuable contribution to the educational realm of Jazz drumming. So many publications I have picked up have credited you for transcriptions, do you feel that doing so much transcibing has helped your development as a technician & as a performer? Cheers, Richard
by Richard (Australia)June 21, 2006 11:09 PM
Please Somebody can recomends me a Introduction Internet or web sites to begin in jazz please.or Virtual webs to do exercices of jazz
by Luis Perez Rojas (Barcelona)June 8, 2006 7:46 PM
Anyone wanting to develop and improve their drumming, in particular jazz, should buy and study The Jazz Drummers Workshop, it requires concentration but the rewards are well worth it. A fabulous book!!!
by Gary Barber (UK)June 4, 2006 8:15 AM
Mr. Riley, I'd like to have lesson with you and I just tried the john@johnriley.org address but did not work, so could you please send me a e-mail just to have your e-mail address and I'll respond to it with some more details about me. Thank you Martin
by Martin Chevalier (Montreal, Canada)May 31, 2006 3:39 PM
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