Stoner Rock Riffing Volume 1 brings the exciting sounds and techniques of Stoner Rock to your fingertips. Tune down to C, and let the riffing begin! One very big difference with Gemini Guitar's video lessons are that students learn everything within the context of real sounding music. These aren't a bunch of sterile, boring and lifeless exercises. They are real sounding riffs, written with passion and a genuine love for the style explored.
RED STONER SUN was formed in september 1998. Psychedelic, always rockin ', never endin', this program had Red Stoner Sun long written on the flags. In 2002, it seemed then, as if the endless desert trip would have found an abrupt end. With the 10-track album Echo Return prove it cool as ever that they have not forgotten anything in terms of 60s and 70s inspired psychedelic departures. Friends of Kyuss, Pink Floyd and ZZ Top better check Red Stoner Sun.
A whole sociological study could probably be based around Saigon Rock & Soul, a double-album compilation of killer Vietnamese pop/rock tracks from the late ‘60s to mid-‘70s, but that will be left to more academically minded types in order to focus on the music at hand. The tunes included here were surely the product of Western music's influence, as American soldiers brought the sounds of U.S. rock, pop, and soul along with them over the course of the Vietnam War. By the late ‘60s, a whole subgenre of than nac ("modern music") had emerged, as hordes of young Vietnamese musicians absorbed and emulated the music that arrived from overseas. Besides local clubs, many of the artists featured here performed – and often recorded – at U.S. army bases, where the soldiers made up a major portion of their fan base.
Volcanic Rock is the second album for Australian proto-heavy metal band Buffalo, recorded and originally released in 1973 on the Vertigo label. The album was stylistically a much harder, heavier and rawer release than its predecessor (Dead Forever…) – marking a move away from the band's previous progressive rock influences, although retaining a psych element to their sound. Volcanic Rock had been recorded effectively as a live-in-the-studio effort, with only vocal and additional guitar overdubs added later during the recording sessions.