Rhythm : Bluesy Shuffle laid-back

Rhythm : Blues Shuffle laid-back One of hundreds of rhythms available with Song Rhythm Tracks. A 4/4 time swinging 8th rhythm with a modern shuffling groove recorded at 130 bpm with multiple instrumentations.

Song, “Blue Monk” – https://hearthis.at/1783907/

https://hearthis.at/alive-drumming/jammingawayonbluemonkbetternow-010/Blue Monk" - Contributed artists track of Blue Monk based on a Song Rhythm Tracks. Check out the “Jazz and Blues Sampler”, Apple iOS App. https://itunes.apple.com/app/id1344104865 https://alivedrumming.com/try-song-rhythm-tracks-no-cost-limited-time-offer-jazz-blues-sampler/ #GettingIntoTheGroove #practicing with #SongRhythmTracks at alivedrumming.com

Importance of Rhythmic Activities

Enjoy this article from the contributor, Jude Young, about the great value of rhythmic activities, at any age.

Rhythmic activities have been around since the beginning of time and have been a part of every culture. Some examples of rhythmic activities include folk dances, jotas, ballet,  and Zumba.

But rhythmic activities are more than an exploration of movements and shape. Here are the reasons why they are important:


Even before the concept of dancing was invented, humans have been using rhythmic movements to express their thoughts, feelings, values, and ideas. 

During ancient times, men and women <a href="https://www.theguardian.com

Song, “Leaving On A Jet Plane” – http://hearthis.at/1822512/


Song Rhythm Tracks that fits "Leaving On A Jet Plane", using a Nashville Pop ballad groove at 65 bpm, with a 4-bar intro', 3 choruses of a 32-bar A1A2 form (16|16), and an 8-bar ending.

As supplied on the "Old Country Music Sampler", Apple iOS App.,  https://itunes.apple.com/app/id1360761389

#GettingIntoTheGroove #practicing with #SongRhythmTracks at alivedrumming.com


Song, “Bye Bye Love” – http://hearthis.at/1822558/


Song Rhythm Tracks that fits "Bye Bye Love", using a Nashville Outlaw rhythm at 160 bpm with a 4-bar intro', 2 choruses of a 35-bar form (/19|16) with a 20-bar ending.

As supplied on the “Country Music Sampler”, Apple iOS App.  https://alive-drumming.org/old-country-music-sampler-ios-app-released-by-alive-drumming/

Better #musicianship #practising with #SongRhythmTracks at alivedrumming.com


Song, “Bye Bye Blackbird” – http://hearthis.at/1784982/


This fits "Bye Bye Blackbird", with an 8-bar intro' followed by 4 choruses of "16/8/8" form with a 4-bar ending, using a standard Jazz brushes rhythm at 120 bpm, Song Rhythm Track.

Nobody does #songform quite like #SongRhythmTracks at alive-drumming.org

As supplied on the "Jazz and Blues Sampler", Apple iOS App.


Song, “Dearly Beloved” – http://hearthis.at/1784962/


5 choruses of a 32-bar form (8|8|8|8) with an 8-bar ending using an older jazz 146 bpm rhythm, Song Rhythm Track.

For more #backingtracks, check out #SongRhythmTracks at  alivedrumming.com

As supplied on the "Jazz and Blues Sampler", Apple iOS App.  https://itunes.apple.com/app/id1344104865



How can I use the Song Rhythm Tracks? What’s my licence?

Alive Drumming grants license to remix its tracks.  That is, you can take the Song Rhythm Tracks audio, mix with your own content, and sell that mix as your own work without paying a fee to Alive Drumming.

Alive Drumming prohibits resale or redistribution of its un-mixed, original Song Rhythm Tracks.  You cannot sell or give away these tracks unless you mix them into a new creative piece of work.

Alive Drumming appreciates artistic attribution but does not require attribution in your remixed works.  You do not need to attribute Alive Dr

Song, “Maria Cristina” – http://hearthis.at/1839587/


Maria Cristina” – 3 choruses of the form "18|18/8/8" with a 2-bar intro’ and no ending, using a Son Medium rhythm at 140 bpm

As supplied on the “Afro-Cuban Salsa Sampler”, Apple iOS App.  https://itunes.apple.com/app/id1367015786

#arrange ANY song, easily with #SongRhythmTracks at alivedrumming.com

Here’s what Ele’ thinks on Song Rhythm Tracks – http://mvnt.us/m843556

What makes sense to me and other musicians is the sort of language that would be used between us as we play together. That’s why I call this App a ‘musicians’ arranger.

- Ele, Melbourne