Live @ The Fat Cat, the latest CD from the impossibly talented trio of Sheryl Bailey (guitar), Gary Versace (Hammond B3 organ) and Ian Froman (drums), was recorded last November in one of New York City’s top jazz clubs and displays the Sheryl Bailey 3 at its finest.
A virtual workshop on great guitar playing across many styles and genres, Eric Mantel’s The Unstruck Melody is sure to strike a chord with some part of your musical psyche.
DC Slater is a former student of Berklee College of Music and participates in the SoundAid project to fight hunger. His latest mixes Grunge with a bit of Satch and Eddie Van Halen.
Guitar Noise Forum member Mitch (Slejhamer) Schlesinger gives us his review of David’s first tutorial book. I was glad to see that this book has a different presentation style than the typical bass method book. It is much more discussion oriented, which gives it a unique teaching value that I found very helpful for self-study.
There is a first time for everything. In 2003 Tommy Chong, one half of the comedy duo Cheech & Chong, was sent to jail because his son’s company Chong Glass shipped glass water-pipes, also known as bongs, across state lines. To publicly tout the success of their Operation Pipe Dreams sting, government prosecutors sought to […]
A re-issue of the classic 1979 album from Robert Fripp, as diverse a work as you might ever hope to find. With outstanding contributions from Daryl Hall, Terre Roche, Peter Gabriel, Tony Levin and many, many more.
Another wonderful compilation from Magna Carta’s Prime Cuts series – this CD spotlights the talent of keyboardist Jordan Rudess, known to many for his groundbreaking work with Dream Theater.
Imagine the late, great Warren Zevon having a good (meanly slightly less than morbid) day. Todd Mack’s songwriting is guaranteed to make you smile, with his good humor, wry observations and catchy hooks. You can always tell when musicians are having fun playing and recording!