Check out this sweet 7/8 linear lick by Patrick Marsepoil, including a video demonstration.
Hello again guys, I've got a nice sounding drum fill for ya to have a go at. It has a simple concept and works great when played all over the kit. The fill starts with four 32nd notes played as single stroke rolls between the hands, followed by two 16th notes on the kick. If you want to get a feel for the idea, start off by just playing two 16th notes on the hands, and then double them up to 32nd notes as you get more comfortable with it. You can come up with some great ideas by alternating between playing 16th or 32nd notes between the hands.
This sheet music accompanies Alex Ribchester's video drum lesson titled "Another Sweet Lick."
This is a funky little groove playing 16th notes between the hi hat and snare, with the bass drum landing on beat 1 and the '&' of beat 3. Notes played on the hats should be heavily accented to ensure that they cut through. The snare should be accented on the usual, beats 2 and 4. You can make it your own by playing more kick drums with open hi hats..... its quite fun.