An inspiring collection of voodoo blues lines, rhythms and artist-inspired licks "Let me live 'neath your spell. Do do that voodoo that you do so well." Cole Porter didn't play guitar but he did recognize the power of voodoo. Thankfully Steve Trovato not only plays guitar but is also a highly respected educator and witch doctor of the blues.
Learn how to play 50 tasty blues-rock licks inspired by Stevie Ray Vaughan “That kid woke the blues back up.” - Buddy Guy 500 years from now, the blues will still be very much alive. As they are prone to do today, musicologists, critics and blues aficionados will still be crafting top-ten blues guitarist lists and debating who was the greatest of them all. Meanwhile, students of guitar just like us will be copping SRV licks because there will never be an artist who has had as much impact and influence on electric blues guitar as Stevie Ray Vaughn.
50 of the baddest, bopping-est, funkiest and bluesiest licks you must know The path from pentatonic sameness to heavy jazzed blues cat-itude often appears strewn with mystifying theoretical explanations and effete bossa renditions of "The Days of Wine and Roses." Feh! David Hamburger's 50 Jazz-Blues Licks You MUST Know cuts right to the chase, offering up some of the baddest, bopping-est, funkiest and bluesiest ways to navigate through any shuffle, boogaloo, minor blues or jazz-blues chord changes.
This follow-up to the Guitar Legendary Licks 1983-1988 DVD contains the band's music from the late '80s and early '90s. Each riff and solo is played up to speed, then broken down note by note, then played at a slow tempo. An in-depth analysis of eight songs.