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Hudson Music Neil Peart: Anatomy of a Drum Solo (2-DVD Set) Standard


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Neal Peart is the definitive progressive rock drummer on the scene, and this exploration into his approach is totally unique.

The Neil Peart Anatomy of a Drum Solo DVD is a 2-disc set that shows why Neal Peart is the definitive progressive-rock drummer on the scene. This exploration into his approach is totally unique and includes over 3 hours of live and studio footage.

The Neil Peart Anatomy of a Drum Solo DVD features Neil talking about his approach to soloing, dissecting a solo recorded in September, 2004 in Frankfurt, Germany. Neil reviews each segment of this 9-minute tour de force that is a highlight of each Rush performance. He delves into the inspiration and the concept behind each part of the solo and discusses and demonstrates the technique required for performing that segment.

The DVD of drum lessons also includes additional interviews and analysis of Rush performances from the drummer's perspective.


  • Anatomy of a Drum Solo
  • Der Trommler" (recorded September, 2004, Frankfurt)
  • Neil's analysis and discussion of "Der Trommler" and of his approach to soloing
  • Sidebar 1-Exclusive Hamburg solo ("Ich Bin Ein Hamburger")
  • Sidebar 2- "Exploration #1"
  • Bonus Features, including: "Exploration #2"
  • "O Baterista" (solo from Rush in Rio)
  • Interview with Paul Northfield, Rush co-producer and engineer, and Lorne Wheaton, Neil's drum tech
  • Lorne Wheaton setting up and talking about Neil's drumkit
  • 2 Rush performances from the perspective of the
  • drum cameras
  • A Previously Unreleased Solo from Rush's 1994 Counterparts Tour
  • Special Features
  • Alternate Edits-During parts of Neil's analysis of "Der Trommler," the viewer can choose between two different edits, one with related playing examples in full screen and one with Neil in view while the playing example is shown in a separate inset. These spots are identified by an on-screen icon.