Solo Jazz Fingerstyle Guitar – Tea For Two
Check out my guitar DVD lessons: The majority of the DVDs are lessons on my specific song arrangements as seen on YouTube, check out these samples: www.youtube.com Also check out this sample from my DVD lesson “How To Arrange Any Song For Solo Guitar”: www.youtube.com The DVDs are available in NTSC or PAL formats. For complete info on pricing, shipping and payment just email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. 1) Creepin’ by Stevie Wonder 2) Lately by Stevie Wonder. This title also comes with a 15 minute segment showing chord substitutions for Stella By Starlight 3) Steppin’ Out by Joe Jackson 4) A very cool and in depth video to go with my performance of the standard “Do Nothin’ Till You Hear From Me”, really getting into jazz harmony 5) Maxine by Donald Fagen 6) Deacon Blues by Steely Dan 7) Save a prayer by Duran Duran A jazz harmony for the guitar DVD, very advanced 9) Feel Like Flying by Gino Vannelli 10) Lead electric blues guitar, brand new! 90 min., based on my guitar work on the accompanying CD to the Hal Leonard book Bass Grooves: The Ultimate Collection by Jon Liebman 11) Lead Jazz Guitar: The Art of Phrasing with Rhythmic Figures and Patterns. If you know scales, arpeggios and chords but somehow can’t quite seem to put together a satisfying solo, this DVD will show you how. An hour and 20 minutes. Intermed/Adv. 12) Every Summer Night by Pat Metheny, 1 hour and 50 minutes long! 13) This Masquerade (Leon Russel/George Benson), complete arrangement, including a …
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Boasting over 5 million copies sold to date, Gotye’s “Somebody That I Used To Know” has seen, for lack of a better term, widespread success seeing chart placement in 15 countries and clocking in an impressive 180 million YouTube views thus far. Known for being quite selective and particular in which remixes he gives his stamp of approval to, the Australian artist has co-signed on the latest HYPETRAK premiere remix titled, “Somebody That I Used To Know (Gang Colours Remix).” The ubiquitous track gets a revamp courtesy of Gang Colours augmenting the already successful tune with an added dimension of interpretation.
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