This may have been billed as a Jazz festival, but the dish served up by Solomon is one of pure Soul.The concert footage was taken in 2003 which has both its advantages and its drawbacks.On the positive side it means that we are treated to numbers from his excellent "Don't Give Up On Me" album which was released last year, on the negative side it means we are not seeing Solomon at his youthful best…….
Renowned jazz guitarist John Pizzarelli shares his take on the key elements of jazz guitar style. Filled with dazzling demos, insightful lessons and great anecdotes, this DVD is perfect for newcomers looking to get their feet wet, or for experienced jazzers. Filmed in hi-def with onscreen music for many of the examples.
Learn loved jazz standards from a piano player’s point of view. Per Danielsson analyzes and teaches both melodic and harmonic material with an "easy to understand" approach, paying particular attention to each tune’s unique features and demonstrating elements of the standards that have evolved over time to become the recognizable components that make these songs the classic masterpieces as we know them to be. The visual application of this DVD will help you to absorb the tunes more completely, and speed up the learning process. The tunes are recorded with a four piece band to fully express the sound, style and material being taught.
Reissue. Features the latest remastering. Includes a Japanese description, lyrics. Features original cover artwork. A great Bethlehem Records date from vibes man Teddy Charles – stepping out here in a set that's one of his most openly swinging of the time! The record still has some of the modern currents of Teddy's other work, but also makes great use of Zoot Sims on tenor – really pushing him out front for some bold solos on most numbers – in a great group that also includes Jimmy Raney on guitar, Sam Most on flute, and Dave McKenna on piano.
Bereits 1989 machten die DoRos, wie die legendären Musikvideo-Pioniere Rudi Dolezal und Hannes Rossacher in der Szene liebevoll genannt werden, das erste Video für Hans Theessink, nämlich für "Johnny and the Devil", das Album, das die Einleitung von Theessinks internationaler Karriere darstellen sollte. Also umso verständlicher, dass sie auch die erste Konzert-DVD des europäischen Bluesmeisters in allen Klassen als da wären Sänger, Komponist, Gitarrist, Dobrist, Mundharmonikaspieler, Texter, Bandleader, Soloperformer etc produzierten……