Only a handful of people on the planet can deliver the instructional goods on slow blues as well as Andy Aledort. Andy has served as senior editor for several top guitar magazines, has authored over 200 guitar instruction books, and has studied the styles and techniques of virtually every major electric blues and rock guitar artist in history. You'd be hard pressed to find anyone better qualified to present a more thorough slow blues curriculum than Andy Aledort.
SongXpress is the fastest and easiest way to learn your favorite songs on guitar. It's like having a good friend teach you in the comfort of your living room! With this exciting and fun format, you'll learn all the chords, riffs, and guitar patterns for each song. Plus, our exclusive on-screen diagrams and tablature practically guarantee you will be playing in no time. SongXpress has quickly become the instructional video of choice for beginning and intermediate guitarists worldwide. Now you can enjoy the same quick and easy style of learning on your home DVD player! DVD features include a special tuning segment, chord diagrams, additional video tips, and much more! All Your Love (Otis Rush) * Born Under a Bad Sign (Eric Clapton) * Crossroads (Eric Clapton) * The Thrill Is Gone (B.B. King).
Do you love the blues? Do you want to master it by learning the techniques used by the greats? Then Alfred's Real Blues Guitar is exactly what you're looking for. This book starts you off with the basics and takes a comprehensive approach to rhythm, lead, and solo playing. You'll be guided through the styles of blues guitar masters like Eric Clapton, Albert King, B.B. King, Freddy King, Stevie Ray Vaughan, T-Bone Walker and Johnny Winter. Kenny Chipkin performs every example in the book and provides his unique perspective on the history and influence of the great blues guitarists.
Kenny Wayne Shepherd's reverence for his musical roots are center-stage on Ten Days Out…Blues From The Backroads. The guitar-slinger is featured with the Double Trouble rhythm section of bassist Tommy Shannon and drummer Chris Layton performing with some of the greatest blues players of our time as well as lesser-known but historically significant bluesmen. Traveling to their hometowns to record everywhere from juke joints to front porches, from New Orleans to Kansas, Shepherd celebrates and becomes part of blues history with Ten Days Out…Blues From The Backroads.