Content of the lesson:
- Biguine Explanation
- Biguine Exercises (105, 90 and 75 bpm)
- Biguine Conclusion
- HH Played on the Downbeat Explanation
- HH Played on the Downbeat Exercises (105, 90 and 75 bpm)
- HH Played in 8th Note Exercises (105, 90 and 75 bpm)
- HH Played in Clave 3/2 Exercises (105, 90 and 75 bpm)
- Bass Solo Explanation
- Bass Solo Exercises (105, 90 and 75 bpm)
- Bass Solo Conclusion
- Drum Fill Explanation
- Drum Fill Exercises (105, 90 and 75 bpm)
- Sextuplets Drum Fill Explanation
- Sextuplets Drum Fill Exercises (105, 90, 75 and 60 bpm)
- What is Zandolipatinipat?
- HH Played on the Downbeat Loop Exercise
- HH Played in 8th Note Loop Exercise
- HH Played in Clave 3/2 Loop Exercises
- HH Played on the Upbeat Loop Exercise
- Zandolipatinipat Conclusion
- PLAY ALONG
Jean Philippe Fanfant comes from a family of musicians from Guadeloupe for three generations: he is the son of singer and percussionist Guy Fanfant, and the grand-son of jazz musician Roger Fanfant. His brother, Thierry Fanfant, is a renowned bassist. Very versatile, Jean Philippe Fanfant played both the French variety, jazz and Caribbean music. He accompanied among other Julien Clerc, Maxime le Forestier, Bernard Lavilliers, Laurent Voulzy, Tania Maria, Mario Canonge, Kassav ‘or more recently Christophe Mae and Hubert-Félix Thiéfaine. He was the house band drummer of the TV show “Nouvelle Star” on M6 from 2004 to 2009. In addition, he founded in 2005, the project “Sakesho” with Andy Narell, Mario Canonge & Michel Alibo for the album “We Want You To Say”. In 2012 and 2013, he has the seat of the drummer for the talent show “The Voice” on TF1, always with his good humor. He is also currently the drummer of ex-Telephone’s guitar player Louis Bertignac on the tour, “Suis-Moi”.
Jean-Philippe is YOUR teacher today. He plays with Thierry Vaton (p) and Michel Alibo (b).