A Work In Progress

A Work in Progress
Neil Peart
Released October 9, 1997 (VHS)
April 23, 2002 (DVD)
Recorded January – March 1996
Genre Progressive rock
Label Warner Brothers

A Work in Progress is Neil Peart's 2-DVD box-set, documenting the "work in progress" of recording Rush's Test for Echo album, as well as an extensive discussion of the fundamental reinvention of Peart's percussion technique by the tutilege of the expert Freddie Gruber. Neil's special approach to drums is featured in various individual songs from Test for Echo. Other topics include a discussion of Neil's DW drumset, his approach to odd times, playing with a vocalist, and a "guided tour" of Neil's warmup routine.[1]

References

External links – videos

  • From Limbo
  • Fill workout
  • Gadd Style fills
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