There are many new releases available here and on CDBaby as well as iTunes, Amazon and Spotify among others. These drumming meditation tracks are popular! I still sell the Martial Arts Drumming here on this site as well as the Protection Drum Prayer CD, 7 Essential Grooves, Shaman Drum Beats, Affirmations in Rock, Shaman Drum Beats and Drumming Affirmations vol 1.
SHAMAN DRUM BEATS
Purchase directly from this website: $15 plus $4 shipping and tax.
Or go to CDbaby or Itunes.
Protection Drum Prayers
This music creates a sense of safety and protection. You can play along or enhance your environment with sounds that engender safety, protection, confidence and compassion. The music includes Djembes, congas, drum set, chimes, gongs, and Tibetan ting sha cymbals. Charlie Dechant, a master musician, plays silver flute, saxophone and bamboo flute. He plays with Hall and Oates, Michael McDonald, Average White band, Tina Turner, and others. This is therapeutic, trance, jazz, funk, improvisational, Zen, Rhythm and Blues music.
Total cost with shipping: $20.00
Listen to MP3 samples here:
3. Hu Bad 3 beats in 4
4. Sumbrada 6 beat Inosanto
5. Kali (3 big Beats in 6)
6. Punio Sumbrada (slow 6 Advanced)
7. Kob Kob Fighting Competition War groove
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[…] 2. Martial Arts Drumming with Guro Dan Inosanto […]
Pingback by Russell Buddy Helm » Blog Archive » This new blog — September 21, 2006 @ 4:02 am |Edit This
the MARTIAL ARTS DRUMMING cd by Buddy Helm is a fantastic introduction to the power of hand drumming as a training tool. If you have never listened to “martial drumming” while watching trainees sparring with empty hands or weapons, this cd will really open your mind to the possibilities that adding drumming background music to your classes will inspire.
Of course the best thing is for the instructor or an assistant to play a conga drum or djembe drum or timbales while trainees are sparring, but since that is seldom possible in most martial arts schools, the Buddy Helm MARTIAL DRUMMING cd is perhaps the next best thing. Listen to Buddy’s inspired playing on this cd and you will quickly learn why Dan Inosanto wanted to learn how to play hand percussion instruments after hearing buddy play “live” in a training studio setting.
This is the real thing, baby…roots warrior music that hits your limbric brain and won’t let go until you “get up and get moving!” Buy extra copies for your martial arts buddies who may not know about the power of MARTIAL DRUMMING. Hey, if the Dog Brothers are inspired by it, how can YOU do without it.
Herb April / Mambo Arts Today
Comment by Herb April — July 27, 2007 @ 10:13 am |Edit This