This one is for Alex Hutchings best fans! As one of the best guitarists and musicians on the planet Alex is constantly churning out gold nugget after gold nugget and we've had the absolute pleasure of grouping a large collection of his masterful jams together and saving you a few bucks in the process! This incredible box set features a whopping 35 tracks, each with video and audio format, and all containing backing tracks and full TAB/Notation.
Finishing off his three part series, Alex Hutchings turns his attention to the dominant chord with these 20 highly accessible licks that can be used as a springboard for your own dominant improvisation ideas!
Alex Hutchings has never opened up and taught any of his biggest playing secrets (infact he has never done any video teaching content at all!!)….UNTIL NOW! In this world exclusive package Alex will teach you his deepest secrets….and not just by playing….but also talking you through in lesson format. All you need to do is choose Deluxe!
Harvey's merger with Tear Gas, a faltering rock band, was the smartest move of his career. With a heady mix of theatrics and driving rock, SAHB quickly made a name for themselves across England, releasing this album along the way. Harvey struts and yowls and gets raunchy (prefiguring the SAHB version of "Delilah") while Zal Cleminson rips up the territory with some astounding guitar work. A great debut and a hell of a rock album.
Tutorial harmony in four parts…
Alex Bugnon exhibits a high level of creativity and playfulness throughout this work, plenty of suggestive and smooth pieces, but signed with a very personal style. 107 in the shade, for instance, initiates with an exotic melody played in accordion. His French roots are shown in the first two tracks. Elegance and brightness would be the most appropriate terms to describe this notorious CD. Generally more substantial than most of the other albums that smooth jazz stations play, the uneven, erratic 107 in the Shade is far from a gem, but has its moments. Bugnon gets into a pleasant, Joe Sample-ish groove on "Paris and May" and "When I Think About Home," whereas the much too brief "Fly, Spirit, Fly" hints at Pat Metheny. It was obvious that Sample was a major influence on Bugnon, although there were also traces of Ahmad Jamal in his playing.