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Robben Ford has become one of the world's most recognized blues musicians. His trademark, tasty guitar style, is reinforced with incredible depth in jazz and rhythm and blues. Back to the Blues is a special two-part series exploring the finer points of contemporary blues guitar playing and features exciting live performances by Robben's powerful trio, The Blue Line, with Roscoe
2 GB | MPEG2 | 720x480 | 60 min
Learn rock and roll licks in the style of Chuck Berry, rock and roll pioneer, performer, and influence on musicians as diverse as John Lennon and Jimmy Page! Also includes a guitar jam track. Lessons by Steve Trovato. Each Quick Licks DVD includes an arsenal of licks in the style of your chosen artist to add to your repertoire, plus backing tracks to practice your new licks and techniques. Steve Trovato is best known as
3.5 GB | DVD5 | 720x480 | 95 min
Learn killer blues licks in the style of Gary Moore, one of the UK's finest blues-rock Guitarists! Also includes a blues Guitar jam track. Guitar lessons by Danny Gill. Each Quick Licks DVD includes an arsenal of licks in the style of your chosen artist to add to your repertoire, plus backing tracks to practice your new licks and techniques. In the key of E.
3.5 GB | DVD5 | 720x480 | 91 min
BLUES SHUFFLE - QUICK LICKS Style: Robben Ford; Key: E Series: Lick Library Publisher: Licklibrary Medium: DVD Guitar Artist: Robben Ford Author: Stuart Bull Learn slow blues licks in the style of Robben Ford, legendary blues singer, songwriter, and one of the most versatile blues guitarists of our time! Also includes blues jam track. Lessons by Stuart Bull. Each Quick Licks DVD includes an arsenal of licks in the style of your chosen artist to add to your
2.8 GB | DVD5 | 720x480 | 120 min
Celebrated tutor Steve Trovato introduces you to the Guitar styles of Freddie, Albert and BB King! These three very special Blues stars share much more than just a surname - all were fundamental influences for the original gang of guitar heroes, including Eric Clapton, Jimmy Page, Rory Gallagher and Stevie Ray Vaughan. Their soloing styles have directly informed the very best of rock music since the 50s and 60s, and can still be heard in today's contemporary bands.
4 GB | DVD5 | 720x480 | 80 min
Meet one of Nashville's true guitar stars as Johnny Hiland takes you through some key aspects of country playing. As well as chicken pickin', he covers double-stops, pedal steel licks, pick-and-finger hybrid picking, banjo rolls and lots more. He's also joined by Arlen Roth, Bill Holloman, and Shannon Ford for some truly memorable band segments.
3 GB | DVD5 | 720x480 | 110 min
This intermediate-level video teaches the techniques of blues greats Lightnin' Hopkins and Blind Blake. Kenny Sultan shows how to interpret the “legends” without attempting note-for-note renditions of the original music, letting players adapt the music to their own playing. Video complements Kenny's best-selling book Blues Guitar Legends.
3.8 GB | MPEG2 | 720x480 | 94 min
With 9 chapters that range from simple shuffles to more advanced jazz influenced blues with some funky Beale Street soul and a Rumba from the French Quarter in between. Tim puts you behind the wheel and acts as your tour guide on this Blues odyssey.
1 GB | MPEG2 | 720x480 | 175 min
Lonnie Johnson pioneered the single-string solo guitar styles that we are accustomed to hearing today in rock, blues and jazz music. He played with blues and jazz greats including Texas Alexander, Duke Ellingon, Louie Armstrong and Bessie Smith, and used the guitar as a solo instrument in jazz bands years before Charlie Christian...
800 MB | MPEG2 | 720x480 | 91 min
Blind Blake was the premier ragtime blues guitarist of the 1920s. He extended the alternating bass style, that was popular at the turn of the century, to encompass the dance trends and more complex blues ideas that were emerging from the jazz bands of New Orleans and Chicago. His playing featured unique right hand thumb rolls that evoked the feel of the Charleston dance-step. Rev. Gary Davis greatly admired Blake’s playing and used to remark that Blake had a “sportin’ right-hand”. Blind Blake influenced generations of