The Mastercuts label's great Classic Jazz-Funk series kicked off in 1991, and like the remainder of volumes released in its wake throughout the '90s, the first volume more or less concentrates on the '70s end of jazz-funk, as opposed to the form's beginnings during the '60s. Jazz artists were incorporating more potent and often easily danceable backbeats and were also allowing for the R&B of the time to infiltrate their sound, causing purists to shriek in horror at the break from tradition and – just as importantly – the crossover appeal.
Mike Parker first shows the basics of Muay Thai, then puts them all together in combinations.
It takes hard-core training to get hard-core results.
Blues legend B.B. King offers a chance to master the guitar by studying his technique up close. For both beginners and adepts, he presents his thoughts, theories, and–most importantly–his style on such elements as bending, picking, phrasing, chords, scales, slides, and harmonics. Also includes performances of a few of his greatest hits.
The ultimate DVD for the aspiring blues guitar player, with full tutorial lessons and a generous selection of backing tracks to jam to. This DVD is complete with an audio CD that contains 10 professionally-produced jam sessions, minus the lead guitar. All you have to do is follow the detailed lessons on the DVD and you'll learn everything you need to jam a great blues solo. You will learn scales, chords, rhythm ideas and countless string-burning licks, giving you all the confidence to jam with a full band.