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Elwood S Blues

Author: Dan Aykroyd
Publisher: Hal Leonard Corporation
ISBN: 9781617747724
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(Book). Elwood's Blues is an entertaining and informative collection of conversations with the legends and rising stars of blues and rock music, drawn from the popular syndicated radio series, The House of Blues Radio Hour . Host Dan Aykroyd, in character as Elwood Blues of the legendary Blues Brothers, has interviewed over 900 blues and rock greats since 1993. This book compiles the best of those, including discussions with living legends B.B. King and Buddy Guy, past masters John Lee Hooker and Stevie Ray Vaughan, rising stars Keb' Mo' and Susan Tedeschi, and blues-rooted rock stars such as Robert Plant and Bill Wyman.


Author: Rich Maloof
Publisher: Hal Leonard Corporation
ISBN: 9780879308773
Size: 29.72 MB
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With lessons covering more than a dozen sure-fire techniques, this book/CD combo is designed to light a fire under any player's fingers. Shredding is difficult, but "Shred!" breaks it down by demystifying guitar solos that sound intimidating on record. The book is about technique first, with a fearsome roster of shred's biggest stars revealing their tricks. Each chapter tackles one killer technique in depth. Guitarists are walked through these skill sets with a hands-on approach, and are shown connections to the monster players who employ the technique. With this book, guitarists can switch gears from careful chord progressions by unleashing their inner shredder, ready to blister the paint right off the walls and annihilate any nonbelievers.

The British Blues Network

Author: Andrew Kellett
Publisher: University of Michigan Press
ISBN: 0472123203
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Beginning in the late 1950s, an influential cadre of young, white, mostly middle-class British men were consuming and appropriating African-American blues music, using blues tropes in their own music and creating a network of admirers and emulators that spanned the Atlantic. This cross-fertilization helped create a commercially successful rock idiom that gave rise to some of the most famous British groups of the era, including The Rolling Stones, The Yardbirds, Eric Clapton, and Led Zeppelin. What empowered these white, middle-class British men to identify with and claim aspects of the musical idiom of African-American blues musicians? The British Blues Network examines the role of British narratives of masculinity and power in the postwar era of decolonization and national decline that contributed to the creation of this network, and how its members used the tropes, vocabulary, and mythology of African-American blues traditions to forge their own musical identities.

Children Of The Blues

Author: Art Tipaldi
Publisher: Hal Leonard Corporation
ISBN: 9781617749933
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(Book). This book offers first-person recollections from a new generation of artists who applied the musical and life lessons of the fathers of the blues, stoking the 1960s blues revival that continues today. It focuses on 49 current musicians who preserve traditional blues forms while infusing them with fresh voices and lessons. Artists covered include: Rory Block * Taj Mahal * Robert Cray * Junior Watson * Charlie Musselwhite * Stevie Ray Vaughan * Marcia Ball * Duke Robillard * Bob Margolin * Tommy Shannon * Keb' Mo' * and many more.

Big Boss Man

Author: Will Romano
Publisher: Hal Leonard Corporation
ISBN: 9780879308780
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Alcoholic. Epileptic. Technically challenged. Described as all this and worse, Jimmy Reed nevertheless overcame these roadblocks to become perhaps the most successful R&B/pop crossover artist of the '50s. In "Big Boss Man," musicians, family members, and those whose lives Reed touched offer revealing and heart-wrenching insights into this now-revered bluesman. Although Reed's alcoholism was no secret, its effect on his musicianship is less understood -- this and more is explored in this comprehensive biography of a classic bluesman.