The most comprehensive set of SRV-focused lessons ever made. You'll learn solos inspired by his most popular songs. I teach every note of each solo, from beginner to advanced. You'll get tablature and backing tracks with each course. There is no better way to start learning Stevie's style of playing.
Jon Matrix from daygame.com shows how to stop, attract and kiss a girl on the street, taken from his infield product "Effortless". The wait is over.it's finally here! Our first infield product with 12 full infield videos of Jon Matrix, plus breakdown analysis of each interaction. There's number closes, instant dates and a kiss close, from the streets of London, New York and Oslo.
The Best Neil Young Albums of All Time
'On the Beach'
For many, many years, On the Beach was Neil Young's great lost album. The LP didn't generate a lot of heat when it came out in 1974, and Young didn't release it on CD until 2003. Its absence from the marketplace turned it into somewhat of a mythical album, and those who dug it up in the pre-Internet days discovered an incredibly depressing album about the perils of fame. The opener "Walk On" confronts Young's critics, while the creepy "Revolution Blues" is told from the perspective of a Charles Manson-like serial killer. Side two is a more serene affair. "Ambulance Blues" and "On the Beach" are two of the strongest songs Young has ever written, and two of the saddest.
The Velvet Underground are arguably the most important American band of the second half of the '60s, but few seemed to think so at the time. The Velvets flew under the radar of public recognition through most of their career, and no one bothered to professionally record their live shows between 1966 and 1970…