Give My Regards to Broad Street is the soundtrack album to the 1984 film of the same name and the fifth solo studio album by Paul McCartney. Unlike the film, the album was successful, achieving number 1 in the UK chart and its lead single "No More Lonely Nights" was BAFTA and Golden Globe Award nominated.
In the Blues Rock Master Class DVD, Guitar World's own esteemed associate editor Andy Aledort teaches you beginning, intermediate, and advanced levels of blues rock guitar. Learn to play shuffles like Stevie Ray Vaughan, make your ax sing like Eric Clapton, solo like Duane Allman, and command the 12-bar blues like Johnny Winter. With more than 90 minutes of lessons, this DVD will help you play like a blues master in no time!
With over 100 minutes of instruction, Dale Turner's Guide to Acoustic Rock Guitar is the ultimate DVD guide for acoustic rock guitar players. This DVD covers basic and intermediate soloing, basic strumming patterns, alternate tunings, arpeggiated p.
The original 11 track album, remastered at Abbey Road Studios in London. 7 previously unreleased bonus audio tracks, including a version of Beware My Love featuring John Bonham. DVD featuring previously unreleased footage of Wings in Venice in 1976, a new behind-the-scenes edit from the 1976 Wembley shows, as well as the original music video for Silly Love Songs…
Press to Play is the sixth solo studio album by Paul McCartney, the former bass guitarist for The Beatles. the album was released on 1 September 1986. It is notable for being his first solo album of entirely new music since his 1983 album Pipes of Peace and his first solo album released internationally by long-time label EMI after a brief alliance with Columbia Records in the US and Canada. The album achieved gold status by the BPI in the UK in September 1986.
McCartney II is the second solo studio album by Paul McCartney, and the first since the formation of Wings in 1971. It was released in 1980, a year before the band's dissolution and while their future laid in limbo. The album is a significant departure for McCartney, as much of it relies heavily on synthesisers and studio experimentation.