'The Story of Funk: One Nation Under a Groove' is a documentary telling the story of the history of funk music. In the 1970s in America, it became a nation under a spell of irresistible new style of music. It bursts into the black community under a time of self-discovery, struggle and social change. The documentary explores the fun and futuristic music that had changed America with its new edge to the meaning of culture with fashion, space-age vision and street-wise slang. The change also gave a platform for a new philosophy, belief system and lifestyle for the black-Americans.
Learn to think & feel bass with this versatile studio bassist. Understand the essential relationship between the bass & drums. Develop your knowledge, feel, & technique with examples of rock & R&B grooves, various right-hand approaches, muting & more. Practical, easy-to-understand.
Wicked Sensation is the debut album by American hard rock band Lynch Mob. This was musician George Lynch's first release since leaving the Hair Metal group Dokken. Singer-songwriter Oni Logan provided vocals, contributed to the lyrics and composition and also played harmonica. Also joining George was Dokken drummer "Wild" Mick Brown. The album had two relatively successful singles, with "River Of Love" climbing to the #19 spot on Billboard's Mainstream Rock chart as well as "Wicked Sensation" reaching #31 on that chart.
The Art and Science of Groove is the first ever collection of vital tools and exercises designed specifically to enhance your playing with a positive groove, time after time. Benny Greb introduces the five core elements of Time, Feel, Sound, Body and Mind, offering straightforward solutions that can be applied to any musical style in order to generate a solid and consistent groove, leaving nothing to luck.