Beck's album from 1996 titled 'Odelay' was a breath of fresh air in it's time. Released amid the rise of popularity of Nu Metal and the decline of the grunge era, 'Odelay' offered a more laid back listening experience.
It also gave us a glimpse into the musical future, where artists would rely heavily on samples lifted off old vinyl and then smooshed together to form hybrid songs on top of which to lay their finishing touches.
'Where It's At' is a great example of this way of 'Frankensteining' a song together. A janky keyboard run sits atop the drum part sampled from an old Lee Dorsey tune 'Get Out Of My Life Woman'. And seemingly unsuitable additions such as a heavily vocoded vocal on an 808 drum machine loop, and some spoken word passages from an old teen sex information record, bring this song together in a weird kind of way.
The drum part isn't super-taxing, but it is funky and fun to play.
This transcription would be good for anyone staring out on their way to funky syncopated rock beats.
Better than the drum tab, this is a full drum transcription,
drum sheet music chart, or drum score for Where It's At by
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