Special acoustic performance by the rock band Skunk Anansie in London. The songs played by the group include 'Because of You', 'I Hope You Get to Meet Your Hero' and 'You Do Something to Me'…
The exceptional atmosphere of this acoustic concert reflects not only in the music but also the familiar setting; candles instead of a laser show, a string section instead of keyboard sounds, reduction instead of inflation. Floydian grandeur turns into intimate music experience, borne by creativity, wit, charm and respect for the makers who are Pink Floyd. This DVD, recorded at the sold out Stadttheater Aschaffenburg, impressively documents the memorable evening and manifests the music of Pink Floyd in a way that it has not been heard before.
Un siècle de Blues passé en revue Méthode 60 pages avec CD + playbacks Par JJ RÉBILLARD et Thierry VÉRIN Blues acoustique - De Blind Blake à Ben Harper Au sommaire : Acoustic Blues Techniques: rythme, technique main droite - main gauche et effets de jeu - Phrasé Blues acoustique: principes de base, accords et liaisons mélodiques sur gammes. 30 plans à connaitre - Créativité et pistes de travail: finger picking master class, open tunig, slide, capodastre, flat picking, 10 plans de légende et 5 tubes - Les secrets des maîtres: 10 standards pour jouer le blues acoustique dans tous les styles - Delta Blues, Texas Blues, East Coast Blues et Ragtime…
Hailed worldwide as one of the greatest guitar players of his generation, Joe Bonamassa has almost single-handedly redefined the blues-rock genre and brought it into the mainstream. He continues this role with his first-ever entirely acoustic concert, recorded at the venerable Vienna Opera House with a global ensemble put together by longtime creative partner Kevin Shirley . The 2CD/2DVD/Blu-ray, An Acoustic Evening at the Vienna Opera House , comes out March 26, 2013 on Bonamassa's label J&R Adventures.
Two CD set. 2013 live release from one of the world's greatest guitar players. Joe Bonamassa is also evolving into a charismatic blues-rock star and singer-songwriter of stylistic depth and emotional resonance. His ability to connect with live concert audiences is transformational, and Joe Bonamassa: An Acoustic Evening at the Vienna Opera House captures the magnetism and maturity Bonamassa showcases as an artist. This set was recorded at the historic Vienna Opera House last July during a very special two-week long unplugged tour, played to a limited audience over seven exclusive European shows. Varying from his predominantly electric blues shows, this presentation was an all-acoustic concert performance, making it a unique and very special show fans had been waiting years to experience.
2010 release, the first-ever acoustic album from the legendary and influential Canadian Electronic duo. Voice: An Acoustic Collection is comprised of previously unreleased versions of Delerium's most memorable tracks, which are beautifully transformed into stripped down, acoustic renditions that serve justice to their ambient, Electronic Pop originals. Voice: An Acoustic Collection features serene interpretations of Delerium's most successful singles, including 'Silence' (featuring Sarah McLachlan), 'Lost And Found' (featuring Jael), 'Innocente' (featuring Leigh Nash), and 'Flowers Become Screens' (featuring Kristy Thirsk). The album also includes three brand new songs in the acoustic style: 'Too Late Farewell' (featuring Butterfly Boucher), 'Send Me An Angel' (featuring Miranda Lee Richards) and 'Vienna' (featuring Elsiane).
An instantly captivating, all-original acoustic album of great depth and incredible maturity, the debut album (1971) by acoustic guitarist and songwriter, Steve Tilston. As for the making of the album: ''It was Ralph McTell who very kindly contacted Ian Anderson of Village Thing on my behalf,'' Tilston explained. ''I followed it up and secured a meeting with Ian and a gig at the Troubadour Folk Club. I'd met Ralph through Wizz Jones at Les Cousins in Soho, and he'd been very complimentary about my playing and writing.'' One hears echoes of Tilston's mentors and contemporaries in England's vibrant folk scene of the time: Bert Jansch (the fifth track, Train Time, sounds to these ears eerily like early Jansch); John Renbourn; Ralph McTell; Wizz Jones; Davey Graham; and Nick Drake.