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WARREN HAYNES GUITAR LEGENDARY LICKS CD TABLATURE LIBRO SPARTITI CHITARRA

WARREN HAYNES, GUITAR LEGENDARY LICKS. LIBRO CON CD E TABLATURE 

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LIBRO DI MUSICA ROCK BLUES, CON CD.

SPARTITI PER CHITARRA CON: 

ACCORDI, PENTAGRAMMA E TABLATURE.

Series: Guitar Educational
Publisher: Cherry Lane Music
Format: Softcover with CD - TAB
Artist: Warren Haynes

This Legendary Licks volume presents the music of guitar hero Warren Haynes. It includes note-for-note transcriptions from 13 of his songs; detailed performance notes on how to play licks, fills, riffs and solos; an enhanced CD that includes recorded demonstrations as well as software for both Mac and PCs that lets users adjust the tempo without changing the pitch; gear setup instructions so you can match his sound as closely as possible; and more! Songs include: Banks of the Deep End • Beautifully Broken • Man in Motion • Rocking Horse • Statesboro Blues • Thorazine Shuffle • and more.

Banks Of The Deep End
Beautifully Broken
Blind Man In The Dark
Broke Down On The Brazos
Man In Motion
Mr. High & Mighty
Mule
Rocking Horse
Slackjaw Jezebel
Soul Shine
Statesboro Blues
Steppin' Lightly
Thorazine Shuffle

80 pages
 

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GUITAR ONE PRESENTS ACOUSTIC INSTRUMENTALISTS-PLAY IT LIKE IT IS-TABLATURE CHITARRA MICHAEL HEDGES

GUITAR ONE PRESENTS ACOUSTIC INSTRUMENTALISTS. PLAY IT LIKE IT IS.
SHEET MUSIC BOOK WITH GUITAR TABLATURE. 

LIBRO DI MUSICA POP ROCK.

SPARTITI PER CHITARRA CON: 

ACCORDI, PENTAGRAMMA, TABLATURE. 

21 PEZZI STRUMENTALI PER SOLA CHITARRA. 

Note-for-note tab transcriptions for 21 acoustic tunes from artists such as Chet Atkins, Jorma Kaukonen, Leo Kottke, Adrian Legg, Paul Simon, James Taylor and others. Songs include: Anji • Anu • Brahms Lullaby • Classical Gas • Embryonic Journey • Genesis • Greensleeves • Hey Nineteen • Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring • Lady Madonna • Modoc • Yankee Doodle Dixie • and more.

Anji - PAUL SIMON
Anu - ADRIAN LEGG
Baroque - JOE SATRIANI
Brahms Lullaby - ALEX DE GRASSI 
Breakfast In The Field - MICHAEL HEDGES
Classical Gas - MASON WILLIAMS
Desperate Man Blues - JOHN FAHEY
Embryonic Journey - JORMA KAUKONEN
Genesis - JORMA KAUKONEN
Greensleeves - JEFF BECK
Hey Nineteen - STEELY DAN
Jesu, Joy Of Man's Desiring - LEO KOTTKE
Kinvarra's Child - ADRIAN LEGG
Lady Madonna - CHET ATKINS
Modoc - STEVE MORSE
Mona Ray - LEO KOTTKE
Point Counterpoint - STEVE MORSE
Tears In The Rain - JOE SATRIANI
Yamanashi Blues - CALIFORNIA GUITAR TRIO
Greensleeves - JAMES TAYLOR
Yankee Doodle Dixie - CHET ATKINS
 

Guitar One Presents Acoustic Instrumentalists
Series: Play It Like It Is
Publisher: Cherry Lane Music
TAB
Artist: Various

Inventory #HL 02500399
ISBN: 9781575604701
UPC: 073999895599
Width: 9.0"
Length: 12.0"
97 pages

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JOHN MAYER GUITAR LEGENDARY LICKS CD TABLATURE SPARTITI LIBRO CHITARRA ARTIST APPROVED TAB

JOHN MAYER, GUITAR LEGENDARY LICKS. BOOK WITH CD & TABLATURE

LIBRO METODO DI MUSICA ROCK, CON CD.

SPARTITI PER CHITARRA CON: 

ACCORDI, PENTAGRAMMA E TABLATURE. 

ARTIST APPROVED

Series: Guitar Educational
Publisher: Cherry Lane Music
Format: Softcover with CD - TAB
Artist: John Mayer
Author: Toby Wine

This book/CD pack will teach you to play 13 signature Mayer tunes, including: Back to You • Blues Intro • City Love • Come Back to Bed • Come When I Call • Covered in Rain • Good Love Is on the Way • Gravity • Human Nature • I Don't Need No Doctor • Neon • Vultures • Who Did You Think I Was. The book contains note-for-note transcriptions and detailed performance notes on how to play the licks, fills, riffs, ad solos. The CD includes recorded demonstrations as well as slowed-down versions for the fast and tricky passages.

Song List:
Back To You
Blues Intro
City Love
Come Back To Bed
Come When I Call
Covered In Rain
Good Love Is On The Way
Gravity
Human Nature
I Don't Need No Doctor
Neon
Vultures
Who Did You Think I Was

Width: 9.0"
Length: 12.0"
68 pages 

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JOE BONAMASSA-DUST BOWL GUITAR TABLATURE BOOK CHITARRA LIBRO SPARTITI ACCORDI MUSICA

JOE BONAMASSA, DUST BOWL. SHEET MUSIC BOOK WITH GUITAR TABLATURE.  

LIBRO DI MUSICA ROCK BLUES. 

SPARTITI PER VOCE E CHITARRA CON: 

ACCORDI, PENTAGRAMMA, TABLATURE. 

 

Series: Play It Like It Is
Publisher: Cherry Lane Music
Format: Softcover - TAB
Artist: Joe Bonamassa

Joe Bonamassa – Dust Bowl
Series: Play It Like It Is
Publisher: Cherry Lane Music
Format: Softcover - TAB
Artist: Joe Bonamassa

Inventory #HL 02501720
ISBN: 9781603783972
UPC: 884088613624
Width: 9.0"
Length: 12.0"
172 pages

Bonamassa's ninth studio CD hit the ground running, debuting atop the Billboard Blues Chart and at #37 on the Top 200. Premier Guitar calls it, “A blues-rock achievement ... his best record to date.” Here are all 12 tunes from the lauded disc, in artist-approved notes & tab transcriptions: Includes an intro.

Song List:
Black Lung Heartache
Dust Bowl
Love Theme From 'The Eyes Of Laura Mars' (Prisoner)
Heartbreaker
The Last Matador Of Bayonne
The Meaning Of The Blues
No Love On The Street
Slow Train
Sweet Rowena
Tennessee Plates
The Whale That Swallowed Jonah
You Better Watch Yourself

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BONAMASSA JOE COLLECTION PLAY IT LIKE IT IS GUITAR TABLATURE LIBRO-Last Kiss-Lonesome Road Blues

 

BONAMASSA JOE, COLLECTION. PLAY IT LIKE IT IS. TABLATURE

 

ARTIST APPROVED

 

THIS BOOK WAS APPROVED BY JOE BONAMASSA IN PERSON

Joe Bonamassa Collection

Series: Play It Like It Is

Publisher: Cherry Lane Music TAB

Artist: Joe Bonamassa

 

Artist-approved, note-for-note transcriptions in standard notation and tab for a dozen of the best from this formidable blues rocker. Includes: Asking Around for You - The Ballad of John Henry - Ballpeen Hammer - Black Night - Bridge to Better Days - Dirt in My Pocket - The Great Flood - Last Kiss - Lonesome Road Blues - One of These Days - Sloe Gin - So Many Roads, So Many Trains.

 

TITLE - AUTORE- ALBUM - ANNO

 

Asking Around For You - WORDS AND MUSIC BY: JOE BONAMASSA, MICHAEL HIMELSTEIN - YOU & ME - 2006

The Ballad Of John Henry - WORDS AND MUSIC BY: JOE BONAMASSA - SLOE GIN - 2009

Ballpeen Hammer - WORDS AND MUSIC BY: CHRIS WHITLEY - THE BALLAD OF JOHN HENRY - 1998

Black Night - WORDS AND MUSIC BY: JESSIE MAE ROBINSON - SLOE GIN - 1951

Bridge To Better Days - WORDS AND MUSIC BY: JOE BONAMASSA - YOU & ME - 2006

Dirt In My Pocket - WORDS AND MUSIC BY: JOE BONAMASSA, JIM HUFF - SLOE GIN - 2007

The Great Flood - WORDS AND MUSIC BY: JOE BONAMASSA - THE BALLAD OF JOHN HENRY - 2009

Last Kiss - WORDS AND MUSIC BY: JOE BONAMASSA - THE BALLAD OF JOHN HENRY - 2009

Lonesome Road Blues - WORDS AND MUSIC BY: JOE BONAMASSA - THE BALLAD OF JOHN HENRY - 2009

One Of These Days - WORDS AND MUSIC BY: JOE BONAMASSA - SLOE GIN - 2007

Sloe Gin - WORDS AND MUSIC BY: BOB EZRIN, MICHAEL KAMEN - SLOE GIN - 1978

So Many Roads, So Many Trains - WORDS AND MUSIC BY: PAUL MARSHALL - YOU & ME - 

 

160 pages

 

 

 

Joe Bonamassa performs at the Kravis Center on Tuesday.

 

Guitarist Joe Bonamassa doesn’t just play the blues - he is a student of the form.

 

For example, here’s how he describes Rory Gallagher, an Irish blues guitarist who never got nearly as well-known in the United States as he did in Europe: "Think of Rory like this - what you see is what you get. He comes out in a flannel shirt, blue jeans, playing a battered old Strat. He walks up to the mic, and he just plays, and it’s honest, the music’s honest."

 

Bonamassa, who’ll be performing at the Kravis Center on Tuesday, is not just interested in knowing the blues. He wants to pass along his knowledge - so he started Keeping the Blues Alive, where he visits with groups of middle-school and high-school students to keep the fire of the blues burning.

 

"That’s the whole point, how do we get through the next hundred years?" Bonamassa said in a telephone interview. "Blues is 100 years old, essentially, so how do we get to the next hundred years? We get the kids interested in it. A lot of blues guys tend to play the victim - that the music doesn’t get covered by the media, it gets ignored. But at the end of the day, you have to be proactive about it."

 

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So Bonamassa will be taking his love of the blues to the kids - including a session before his show at the Kravis.

 

"As it happens, it’s about self-preservation for the blues, but it’s also about giving a little back to the community," he said. "I get to do this nightly, playing music and a couple thousand people show up, so I feel indebted to the community."

 

These days, it’s just one more thing on a busy slate for Bonamassa - he’s just wrapped up a pair of albums and tours with the supergroup Black Country Communion, which also features bassist/vocalist Glenn Hughes, drummer Jason Bonham and keyboardist Derek Sherinian; he’s worked on an album with singer/songwriter Beth Hart that he calls the project he’s most proud of; and he’s touring in support ofDust Bowl, his latest solo record.

 

Bonamassa set out to make Dust Bowl a much more American album than what he’s done before - he said his guitar work was closer to that of Duane Eddy, the great surf guitarist of the 1950s and ’60s, than anyone else. He also had the chance to work with singer/songwriter John Hiatt and Vince Gill, a country legend who also happens to be a highly respected guitarist in his own right. Bonamassa first met Gill at the Crossroads Guitar Festival just outside Chicago in the summer of 2010, and from there, it just took off.

 

"I saw him from afar, but I didn’t really approach him," Bonamassa said. "But he came up to me, and he said, ‘My wife and I watched your concert at Albert Hall on DVD and we really like it,’ and he asked, ‘Do you know me?’ I said, ‘I know exactly who you are!’

 

"I’m not one to go up to famous people, I don’t enjoy the experience, it’s very daunting to me. I probably wouldn’t have approached him, but he approached me, and it’s Vince freakin’ Gill! Two months later we’re doing a session with John Hiatt, and then he’s on stage with me at the Beacon Theater in New York. My Rolodex has changed a bit in the last 10 years - used to be my mom and dad and a couple of friends!"

 

 

 

As Joe Bonamassa grows his reputation as one of the world’s greatest guitar players, he is also evolving into a charismatic blues-rock star and singer-songwriter of stylistic depth and emotional resonance. His ability to connect with live concert audiences is transformational, and his new album, Black Rock, brings that energy to his recorded music more powerfully than ever before. The tenth solo album and eighth studio release of his career - as well as his fifth consecutive with producer Kevin Shirley (Led Zeppelin, Black Crowes, etc.) - the disc adds an enlivening dose of ‘world’ vibes to Bonamassa’s virtuoso mix of ‘60s-era British blues-rock (à la Beck and Clapton) and roots-influenced Delta sounds.

 

The album was recorded at Black Rock Studios in Santorini, Greece. "With this album, we wanted to explore a ‘world’ feeling, and this was the inspiration behind going to record in Greece and using some of the best Greek musicians to add a little flavor to a couple of the tracks. But it’s by no means a ‘world’ album. We wanted Joe’s usual youthful and energetic tones to play alongside the worldly vibes of the Greek bouzouki and clarino," said Shirley. Bonamassa adds, "It was the kind of record Kevin and I wanted to make. We needed to rock again a bit like on my first album. It’s youthful, like going back to your childhood." Throughout, Bonamassa is again backed by the stellar players Carmine Rojas (bass), Anton Fig, Bogie Bowles (both on drums) and Rick Melick (keyboards).

 

2009 was a big year for Bonamassa. He was awarded the Breakthrough Artist of the Year Award at the U.K.’s prestigious Classic Rock Roll of Honour Awards and Classic Rock magazine has said, "They’re calling him the future of blues, but they’re wrong - Joe Bonamassa is the present; so fresh and of his time that he almost defines it." He was also named Best Blues Guitarist in Guitar Player Magazine’s 2009 Readers’ Choice Awards for the third consecutive year. Guitar Player writer Matt Blackett has said, "He’s an old soul, and that comes through in his bends, vibrato, singing voice, and note choices, which - which each passing year - get more restrained and refined."

 

In May ’09, he played to a sold out crowd at London’s Royal Albert Hall, arguably the most prestigious concert venue in the world. During the show, Bonamassa’s hero, Eric Clapton, joined him on stage for a joint-performance of Clapton’s hit "Further On Up The Road." London’s The Independent said about the show, "The man has arrived, and there’s no turning back." Shortly after, Bonamassa released a 2-DVD live set " Joe Bonamassa - Live From The Royal Albert Hall - which captures the night in full. Guitar Edge gave it five stars and also said, "It is the wallop of his emotional expression, fueled by the rocking energy he derives from that trans-Atlantic connection and driven by his devastating technical ability, that elevates him about his peers and makes him a certifiable blues guitar hero and the face of his blues generation."

 

Last year also coincided with Bonamassa’s twentieth year as a professional musician, an extraordinary timeline for a young artist just into his ’30s. A child prodigy, Bonamassa was finessing Stevie Ray Vaughan licks when he was seven and by the time he was ten, had caught B.B. King’s ear. After first hearing him play, King said, "This kid’s potential is unbelievable. He hasn’t even begun to scratch the surface. He’s one of a kind." By age 12, Bonamassa was opening shows for the blues icon and went on to tour with venerable acts including Buddy Guy, Foreigner, Robert Cray, Stephen Stills, Joe Cocker and Gregg Allman.

 

Bonamassa reunites with King for a duet on Black Rock. The song they perform together is a rendition of the Willie Nelson-penned song, "Night Life," which appeared on King’s 1967 album Blues Is King. Shirley says about the experience, "This is a rollicking Stonesy-vibe version of the Willie Nelson song on which B.B. duets with Joe, both vocally and on his famous Lucille guitar. What a joy and an honor to work with the legend who is possibly the pivot point and unifying musician between blues and rock."

 

Other tracks appearing on Black Rock include Jeff Beck’s "Spanish Boots," a lively version of Leonard Cohen’s poetic "Bird On A Wire," Otis Rush’s "Three Times A Fool," as well as Bobby Parker’s "Steal Your Heart Away," a song recommended by Robert Plant, who said Led Zeppelin rehearsed it in their earliest days. Also, Blind Boy Fuller’s "Baby, You Gotta Change Your Mind," John Hiatt’s "I Know A Place," and James Clark’s "Look Over Yonder’s Wall," as well as the Bonamassa-penned originals "When The Fire Hits The Sea," "Wandering Earth,"

 

"Athens To Athens," and "Blue and Evil."

 

Bonamassa’s recording career began in the early ’90s with Bloodline, a hard-charging rock-blues group also featuring Robby Krieger’s son Waylon and Miles Davis’ son Erin. His 2000 solo debut, A New Day Yesterday, was produced by the legendary Tom Dowd; Bonamassa’s rendering of the title track, originally a Jethro Tull hit, was called, "a jaw-dropping performance" by allmusic.com.

 

His last studio album, The Ballad Of John Henry - with no shortage of its own jaw-dropping moments - debuted at #1 on the Billboard blues chart and stayed there for six months. The album marks a more confessional approach to songcraft than he’s previously employed. "Making the first half of the album," Bonamassa says, "I was in the happiest place I’d ever been in my life. The second half found me in completely the opposite state. I’ve come to the conclusion that experience makes for better art. I had more to say, and it’s the first time I’ve personally opened up the book on my life."

 

Previous studio sets include 2007’s Sloe Gin, which debuted at #1 on Billboard’s blues chart and received a 2008 nod for Album Of The Year from the Classic Rock Roll Of Honour Awards. Sloe Gin careens between heavy electric blues-rockers and acoustic, folk-etched cuts in a flow that Bonamassa says was partly inspired by Rod Stewart’s classic 1969 solo debut LP. Modern Guitars Magazine wrote, "If calling Sloe Gin a Bonamassa sampler isn’t graphic enough, think of the album as a musical buffet in which unrelated entrees share a single trait: they taste good."The Boston Phoenix called it, "an elegant and brawny guitar-hero album."

 

In 2008, he released the 2-CD set Live From Nowhere In Particular, which Guitar Player said, "finds Joe playing with soul, intensity and savage tones." It features 13 songs recorded live in concert on the artist’s 2007 North American tour - at shows like the one at New York’s Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center reviewed by Lon S. Cohen: "In a thousand years, when archeologists dig out Joe Bonamassa’s guitar from the strata of the earth, it will still be smoking... He holds the guitar like a shotgun but what comes out of it is poetry, color, and a story is told in notes." A review of a show at Alexandria, VA’s Birchmere drew similar sentiments from writer Paul Roy on blogcritics.org: "I have flirted with the opinion that Bonamassa may be the overall best guitarist on the planet these days, and after seeing him perform live again... I am now totally comfortable with that opinion. He is simply mesmerizing to watch."

 

Bonamassa circles the globe playing an average of 200 shows a year, and his mind-blowing guitar wizardry and electrifying stage presence are selling out progressively larger venues all the time. The OC Register’s Robert Kinsler has written, "Whether in a club or outdoors at a festival, something magnetic happens when Bonamassa steps to the front of the stage, leans his head back and simply lets loose."

 

Ongoing journeyman touring is a given, and looking beyond Black Rock, Bonamassa will continue his recording collaboration with producer Kevin Shirley, who says, "It’s great working with Joe and seeing him enjoy the discovery of all these places he can go. He’s an artist who can play anything, there are so many facets to him." Bonamassa adds, "Kevin comes up with fantastic ideas outside the box. He appreciates the blues, but pushes me, the only person besides Tom Dowd who’s done that."

 

On top of touring, recording and overseeing the independent label J&R Adventures with his entrepreneurial partner and manager Roy Weisman, Bonamassa is a spokesperson for the Blues Foundation’s respected Blues In The Schools program, volunteering his time during tours to speak with groups of high school students about the heritage of blues music - the first pure American music form. Recently, he was chosen by Channel One, the largest in-school news network, to host an ongoing segment called "Know Your Roots with Joe Bonamassa" in which he traces the musical roots of Channel One’s weekly "Hear It Now" featured artist.

 

And, 2010 has already started with a bang - Guitar World dubbed Bonamassa "The Blues Rock Titan" and his song, "Lonesome Road Blues," is a part of Guitar Hero V’s New Blues Masters Track Pack. Keeping with his blues roots but fluently moving between rock n’ roll and international sounds, 2010 is not only a new decade but a new era for Bonamassa.

 

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CHORDS, Guitar Reference Guide. CHERRY LANE. TABLATURE

CHORDS. 200 pagine con un sistema per trovare il nome dell'accordo. Per ogni disegno è scritto anche l'intervallo di tutte le note che formano l'accordo, molto importante per i chitarristi. Con il primo, secondo e terzo rivolto, con la tonica sulla sesta, quinta e quarta corda. Tutti i raggruppamneti di settima maggiore, settima minori, dominante TAB.

Series: Guitar Educational
Publisher: Cherry Lane Music
Composer: Joe Charupakorn

This book allows you to find any chord quickly and easily. Each chord is displayed on every possible string from the lowest to the highest with numerous voicing options. The unique Chord-Finder System is included on every page to help you locate the specific root you need, which allows for instant transposition and visualization. This is the ideal book for beginners seeking a well-organized, easy-to-follow guide to last a lifetime, and for professionals who need a reference of chords for every possible musical situation. 208 pages.

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GUITAR ONE PRESENTS LESSON LAB LIBRO CD TABLATURE SPARTITI ROCK BLUES ACCORDI MUSICA

GUITARONE PRESENTS LESSON LAB, The Best of 1995-2000. 20 Lezioni della rivista su: scale, accordi, teoria, tecnica e altro. CD TAB.

Series: Book
Publisher: Cherry Lane Music TAB
Artist: Various

Are your guitar experiments at a standstill? Has your musical research reached an impasse? Step into Guitar One's "Lesson Lab," where new breakthroughs happen every day! This top-notch book/CD pack features 24 great lessons from the pages of Guitar One magazine's most popular department. Tackle in detail a variety of pertinent music- and guitar-related subjects, such as scales, chords, modes, tones, theory, guitar technique, songwriting, recording and so much more! 176 pages.

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GREAT BLUES RIFFS VOLUME 2, BOOK & CD TABLATURE

GREAT BLUES RIFFS VOLUME 2. CD TAB.

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TEXAS BLUES THE ART OF Toby Wine LIBRO CD GUITAR TABLATURE CHITARRA HAL LEONARD CHERRY LANE

TEXAS BLUES, THE ART OF. Wine. CD TABLATURE

Series: Guitar Method
Publisher: Cherry Lane Music
Softcover with CD - TAB
Composer: Toby Wine
 

Another highly influential player to emerge in the 1950s was the immortal Albert Collins.
Born in Leona, Texas, Collins was raised in Houston and spent his teenage years hanging out
with and absorbing the music of T-Bone Walker, John Lee Hooker, Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown,
and others. By the late 1950s, he had become a popular local performer and cut his first singles
for the Kangaroo label. Collins' 1962 recording of "Frosty," which would become his trademark
tune, was a smash-hit and helped propel him to wider recognition. He remained in Texas, however,
for the bulk of the 1960s, working day jobs, hitting the club circuit in the evenings, and
recording for small, regional labels. It wasn't until the end of the decade that Albert landed a contract
with Imperial Records and took to the national stage, opening for bands like the Allman
Brothers and reaching the young, white audiences who went crazy for his slashing guitar work
and patented strolls through the crowd. Collins was a true road warrior, touring relentlessly
throughout the 1970s, but did little recording until 1978 when he released Ice Pickin', the first of
seven strong albums for Alligator Records. Albert (along with the Vaughan brothers, Jimmie and
Stevie Ray) helped spearhead the Texas blues revival during the 1980s, but his career was cut
tragically short. Collins fell victim to liver cancer and succumbed in 1993, less than two months
after his 61st birthday.
The great black players of the 1950s helped drive the Texas sound to new heights of
swaggering, head-shaking toughness. Their bravura playing and gunslinger attitudes only served
to strengthen their image as the new cowboys of the Wild West. But the music was changing and
growing all over America. A young white man from Mississippi named Elvis Presley was gaining
national prominence, playing and singing the music of the black masters and, for better or for
worse, introducing it to an entirely new and different audience. The owner of Sun Records, Sam
Phillips, had been working from a rather cynical, if familiar, ideology: A white performer who sang
and moved like the best of the black performers would, potentially, be a huge seller. Phillips of
course was dead-on in his assumption, as Elvis's place in American popular culture is virtually
unmatched, but his impact may have been even wider than Phillips could have dreamed. By playing
the music of the black masters on the national stage, Elvis introduced the world of the blues
to many whites who had never before heard anything like it. There is great controversy over the
value of his contribution, its authenticity, and whether this music was "stolen," appropriated, or
merely re-interpreted, but his enormous success was one major factor in the widening of the
blues audience during the 1950s and 1960s. At the same time, black audiences across the country
continued to embrace the blues and its new, more urban sound. Though the struggle for
equality and civil rights was a still a fledgling movement, blacks did find themselves with relatively
more leisure time and disposable income. Nightclubs and juke joints that featured blues artists
or played blues albums were doing better than ever, and, in Texas, the music was thriving in both
small ensembles and larger, horn-driven groups alike.
The 1960s were years of great tumult in America, and the changes that affected society
as a whole were also felt in the world of the blues. For the first time, the music ceased to grow in
popularity; record sales suffered, or remained, at best, at a status quo. Rock began to capture
the attention and imagination of young audiences, but despite its obvious roots in the blues, did
not cause many younger fans to look further to its source. Two diametrically opposed groups of
blacks-those who sought political upheaval and revolution and those who hoped to achieve
assimilation and financial success in the "white" world-both began to view the blues with scorn.
In the simplest terms, the former group felt that the music was a remnant of slavery and of a time
when the liberty of their people had been trampled and their opportunities denied. The latter
group looked at the blues as something more of an embarrassment, as a representation of their
people as a mostly rural, illiterate, and unskilled group of day laborers and itinerant drunks. This
is not to say that black people had abandoned the blues altogether, but rather that many had
begun to subject the music and its meanings to greater scrutiny than ever before. Some left the
music behind, favoring the infectious sounds of rock and R & B, or caught on to the new movement
in jazz, spearheaded by revolutionary young musicians keenly aware of the struggles for
civil rights and an equal piece of the American pie. Amidst all of this turmoil, the music never
ceased, and a wealth of great blues musicians forged on, spotlight or no. Players like Freddie ...

Learn to play the blues Texas-style! This book/CD pack contains a complete history of the Texas blues style, common blues techniques and ideas for both lead and rhythm guitar, solos by the masters, recorded demos of every example, a suggested reading and listening list, and more! Also includes 10 songs that personify this unique genre:

Be Careful With A Fool
Change It
Dirty Pool
Hide Away
Long Way From Home
(They Call It) Stormy Monday (Stormy Monday Blues)
T-Bone Shuffle
Telephone Song
Tightrope
Wall Of Denial

64 pages

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WINTER JOHNNY-BEST OF GUITAR TABLATURE SPARTITI CHITARRA MUSICA BLUES LIBRO SLIDE CHORDS

WINTER JOHNNY, BEST OF. TAB.

Be Careful With A Fool -Dallas -Good Morning Little Schoolgirl -Highway 61 Revisited -Hustled Down In Texas -I Guess I'll Go Away -I'm Yours and I'm Hers -Illustrated Man -Johnny B. Goode -Mean Town Blues -Rock And Roll Hoochie Koo -Rock Me Baby -Still Alive And Well.

Since the 1960s, Johnny Winter has been making his own distinctive blend of blues and rock music. This folio features note-for-note transcriptions with tab for 13 Winter favourites, also features photos, Winter's commentary about each of the songs, and an extensive interview with Andy Aledort reprinted from Guitar magazine. 141 pages.

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