Barrett takes you through a demonstration of techniques such as bends, hammer-ons, pull-offs, and vibrato. He shows how to count out solo structures and connect phrases into memorable musical statements. The DVD is packed with licks and practice ideas!
A desperately under rated band which has had many line-ups, all of them led by the brilliant Dave Cousins - guitarist and vocalist. The Strawbs sound is immediately identifiable and includes elements of rock, folk, and classical influences. First and foremost they are brilliant musicians, and this DVD showcases some of their best tracks…
Given away free with Rock Society magazine, the journal of the Classic Rock Society. The Classic Rock Society was founded in 1991 to promote Classic and Progressive Rock. The organisation produces Rock Society, a bi monthly glossy colour magazine with news, reviews, interviews and features on rock. Featuring the finest music from: Robert Reed, Agnieszka Swita, Hi Fiction Science, Karfagen, Tim Bowness, JPL, Abel Ganz, Arilyn, Huis, Minor Giant.
An Easy Guide To 10 Classic Rock Solos That Will Help You Play Guitar With Confidence And Create Inspiring Solos From Scratch… Do you know that you can play 10 classic rock solos from start to finish by using simple techniques that anyone can master in just a few short weeks? 10 Classic Rock Solos is an in-depth study of legendary rock solos, licks, and techniques that will help any guitarist play
The twelve song collection of cuts presents a new generation of prog artists. Mystery, Big Big Train, The Pineapple Thief, No-Man, Panic Room, Mostly Autumn, Manning and more.
60 Classics rock tracks from the Warner stable of artists, featuring Fleetwood Mac, Foreigner, Chicago, ZZ Top & many more.
The London Symphony Orchestra (LSO), founded in 1904, is the oldest of London's symphony orchestras. It was set up by a group of players who left Henry Wood's Queen's Hall Orchestra because of a new rule requiring players to give the orchestra their exclusive services. The LSO itself later introduced a similar rule for its members. From the outset, the LSO was organised on co-operative lines, with all players sharing the profits at the end of each season. This practice continued for the orchestra's first four decades.