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"Close to the Edge" by Yes.
wonderful English folk rock!
i was a big Tull fan and loved the other bands too
Since Yes has already been mentioned, to complete the 70's we need:
and one can never get enough Yes
Ah, the early to mid...
I have a Stadium Tele copy, plays great!
This is the only video I have w/ the Stadium
Some tracks with Addictive Drums:
Those always had that "hockey stick" headstock!
And used the spare parts on other models:...
If you use their own MIDI templates and then edit them on the MIDI piano roll, you can make custom tracks.
It also works well with my wife's Roland e drums, they even can do the same MIDI mapping.
Yes indeed, but even I found them to be so dense with musical material that they are a rich mental dish to digest.
Well worth the effort, though.
Interesting you mention the Hawaiian influence, which is currently being reevaluated by scholars.
That opening "cadenza" is both...
Burns had the sense to make Louis Armstrong, arguably the most influential single musician in the 20th century both as a player and singer, as a...
I have had excellent results using Addictive Drums. I highly recommend it.
Absolutely one has to listen to a lot of jazz before being able to play it.
As a teacher AND jazz historian, I find that most people do not go...
I give my jazz students permission to hit a lot of bad notes in the process of finding the right ones.
The fact that you now hear what isn't a...
Perhaps that's it, I can't take AC/DC seriously.
Well, I for one have never liked the band's music. I can appreciate the Young bros.' guitar playing, but the lyrical content has always put me...
I found the vintage Nick Manoloff Bakelite bars to be the the ideal size, shape and weight for me.
Except that plain major chord tunings do not offer much in the way of options for chords. That's the whole reason for the 6th and other tunings....
I've been playing steel guitar since the mid 1970's.
I usually use A6 tuning, but also use C6, C6+A7, E7, E13, B11, open A, open E and C#m7. I...
Nice idea there!
and great transcription work.
One traditional jazz study technique is transcribing solos of famous players - it's both a good...
I don't like to drop the Master's-in-Music-studied-with-Ellis Marsalis-bop w/ Les Wise-and-in-New-Orleans card too often...
but when I do, it...
The short string scale length, uniform 5ths tuning, and the bow are what makes it seem easier for a violin/fiddle player to play fast.
His hand was seriously burned, the tendons damaged. he could use the damaged fingers for some fretting, but most was done with 2 main fingers,...