Gospel Guitar

Halleonard - The Art of Acoustic Blues Guitar – Ragtime and Gospel [Repost]  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by IrGens at July 24, 2015
Halleonard - The Art of Acoustic Blues Guitar – Ragtime and Gospel [Repost]

Halleonard - The Art of Acoustic Blues Guitar – Ragtime and Gospel
.MP4, AVC, 1755 kbps, 720x488 | English, AAC, 160 kbps, 2 Ch | 1 hr 23 mins | + Booklet (.JPG) | 1.2 GB
Instructor: Woody Mann

The Art Of Acoustic Blues Guitar - Ragtime and Gospel  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Kruzzz at Aug. 20, 2011
The Art Of Acoustic Blues Guitar - Ragtime and Gospel

The Art Of Acoustic Blues Guitar - Ragtime and Gospel (2002)
DVDRip | AVI / XviD 1042 Kbps | 624х464 | 29.97 fps | MP3 128 kbps | 650 MB
Language: English | Run Time: 75 min

The Art of Acoustic Blues Guitar - Ragtime and Gospel  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Kruzzz at March 30, 2011
The Art of Acoustic Blues Guitar - Ragtime and Gospel

The Art of Acoustic Blues Guitar - Ragtime and Gospel
DVD5 | 2002 | DVD video | MPEG2 | 720х480 | 29.97 fps | AC3, 224 kbps
Language: English | Run Time: 80 minutes | 3.79 GB

Joe Pass - Guitar Virtuoso (1997) [4CD Box Set] Repost  Music

Posted by v3122 at Feb. 20, 2018
Joe Pass - Guitar Virtuoso (1997) [4CD Box Set] Repost

Joe Pass - Guitar Virtuoso (1997)
EAC | Flac(Image) + Cue + Log & MP3 CBR 320Kbps
4CD | Pablo Records, 4PACD-4423-2 | ~ 1461 or 724 Mb | Scans(jpg) -> 14 Mb
Jazz / Bop

As this lavishly boxed, four-CD distillation of his Pablo sessions proves, Joe Pass was probably the guitar-playing equivalent of Art Tatum on the Norman Granz roster – not only for his vast output, but also for the all-encompassing, almost orchestral way in which he got around his instrument. The set is divided equally into four sections – disc one for his astounding solo electric and acoustic guitar sides, disc two for studio recordings with various groups, disc three for various live recordings solo and with groups, disc four the delicate Ella Fitzgerald and other duo partner sessions and quartet pieces backing Sarah Vaughan…

VA - Slide Guitar Blues (2018)  Music

Posted by Pisulik at Feb. 20, 2018
VA - Slide Guitar Blues (2018)

VA - Slide Guitar Blues (2018)
WEB FLAC (Tracks) - 609 MB | Cover | 01:46:02
Electric Blues, Blues Rock | Label: X5 Music Group

Slide guitar blues is produced when a player uses some kind of tubular finger covering (usually made of metal or glass, like a bottleneck) to depress the strings of a guitar over the frets so that the strings are stretched and bent, producing a wavering tone. Traditionally slide guitar blues was played on resonator guitars, but a variety of acoustic and electric guitars have also been used. Blues slide guitar originated in the Mississippi Delta region where it was popularized by a number of blues players, including Robert Johnson. Electric slide guitar blues developed along with other electric blues styles with the migration of African-Americans north to Chicago in the 1940s.
Talking Guitar: Conversations with Musicians Who Shaped Twentieth-Century American Music

Talking Guitar: Conversations with Musicians Who Shaped Twentieth-Century American Music by Jas Obrecht
English | May 8, 2017 | ISBN: 1469631644 | EPUB | 320 pages | 4.7 MB

VA - Long Live Guitar (2018)  Music

Posted by ciklon5 at Jan. 17, 2018
VA - Long Live Guitar (2018)

VA - Long Live Guitar (2018)
MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 2:56:22 | 402 Mb
Genre: Acoustic, Instrumental

Long Live Guitar contains the defining tracks of the decade and features some of the biggest hits from artists including Boyce Avenue, Chuck Ragan, Jesse Cook, Chequerboard, Maurizio Carlini, Javier Fioramonti, Royal Guitar Ensemble and many more.
VA - Nuggets of the Golden Age of Gospel 1945-1958 (2009) [REPOST]

VA - Nuggets of the Golden Age of Gospel 1945-1958 (2009)
EAC Rip | FLAC (tracks & cue & log) -> 737 MB | Scans included | 05:00:46
Genre: Gospel | Label: JSP Records | #JSP77126

This wonderful four-disc, 105-track box of postwar Afro-American gospel releases from the 1940s and 1950s was compiled by record collector and gospel historian Opal Louis Nations, and it perfectly captures what was surely a golden age for black gospel. Gospel as we now know it emerged in the South in the early '30s, an outgrowth of the right to assemble and the advent of gospel songwriters like Thomas A. Dorsey (who had sung previously in the secular arena as Georgia Tom), who brought the blues to church, tossed in some ragtime piano rhythms, and almost single-handedly created the genre to the point that his compositions were simply known as "Dorseys.
VA - The Swing Time Records Story: R&B, Blues & Gospel 1946-1952 (2CD) (1994) {Capricorn} **[RE-UP]**

VA - The Swing Time Records Story: R&B, Blues & Gospel 1946-1952 (2CD) (1994) {Capricorn}
EAC Rip | FLAC with CUE and log | no scans | 719 mb
MP3 CBR 320kbps | RAR | 298 mb
Genre: R&B, blues, gospel

Capricorn Records released this 2CD retrospective box set called The Swing Time Records Story. Subtitled R&B, Blues & Gospel 1946-1952, the box honors the music released by Jack Lauderdale, who ran Swing Time from Los Angeles, originally as the Down Beat label before changing the name to Swing Beat, before finally settling with Swing Time. The label lasted only six years but it would become the home for Ray Charles, Lowell Fulson, Percy Mayfield, and Jimmy Witherspoon. The box features 50 songs. This was a library disc so since there were stickers and handwriting on the booklet and disc, there are no scans for it, just the audio.

VA - Slide Guitar Blues (2018)  Music

Posted by El Misha at Feb. 19, 2018
VA - Slide Guitar Blues (2018)

VA - Slide Guitar Blues (2018)
Electric Blues, Blues Rock | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 1:46:39 | 250 MB + 5% Recovery
Label: X5 Music Group | Tracks: 25 | Rls.date: 2018

Slide guitar blues is produced when a player uses some kind of tubular finger covering (usually made of metal or glass, like a bottleneck) to depress the strings of a guitar over the frets so that the strings are stretched and bent, producing a wavering tone. Traditionally slide guitar blues was played on resonator guitars, but a variety of acoustic and electric guitars have also been used. Blues slide guitar originated in the Mississippi Delta region where it was popularized by a number of blues players, including Robert Johnson. Electric slide guitar blues developed along with other electric blues styles with the migration of African-Americans north to Chicago in the 1940s.