2007 six CD box set featuring just some of Blues' greatest performers. Disc One featuring Jimmy Reed and Johnny Winter live at Liberty Hall, Houston, Texas in 1972. Disc Two contains Hound Dog Taylor live at Joe's Place. Disc Three, finds Howlin' Wolf live in Cambridge MA 1966. Disc Four features J.B. Hutto's High and Lonesome. Disc Five contains Eddie Clearwater live at the Kingston Mines 1978. Finally, Disc Six includes Luther ''Snakeboy'' Johnson's They Call Me The Snake.
Blues Rock is one of the most guitar-centric styles of music that you can play. It has it’s roots in the blues but it’s been amped up with a more aggressive and riff-driven approach cultivated by players like Eric Clapton, Jimmy Page, Johnny Winter, Billy Gibbons, Hendrix and so many other giants of that era.
Over 20 years ago (in 1985, around the time Glenn was working at Disney) Glenn was hired by to record several drawing instruction lectures
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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).