Fitness trainer Tracy Effinger has combined cardio and resistance moves, weight training, yoga, and Pilates to create a unique, exhilarating workout program that s tons of fun and perfect for all fi tness levels. With three options a 60-minute workout, a 30-minute workout, or the Custom SQUEEZE segment you ll be able to customize your workout for a truly personalized fitness routine designed to give you astonishing results.
The JamPlay Artist Series features lessons taught by progressive guitarists from all styles of music. These lessons focus on each artist's particular style, and are taught by either the artist himself(found under "Artists"), or a qualified instructor familiar with that artist's playing style ("In The Style Of").
This excellent DVD will show you how to nail seven great songs by this influential jazz/rock band! (And maybe your date!) Learn each song and play along with guitar jam tracks. Tom Quayle is a well respected guitarist and teacher whose influences include Greg Howe, Wayne Krantz, Tim Miller and Brett Garsed. He is a regular contributor to iGuitar digital magazine, view issues at iguitarmag.com. His blistering technique has been applauded by guitar legends such as Brett Garsed, and John Petrucci.
The extraordinary gathering of artists delivered on its promise of great live music… The performances captured on the DVD and CD are entertainment at the highest level. Most importantly, the event marked the largest project ever undertaken to make sure that children in every community have access to quality afterschool programs. Performers Kenny Chesney, Andrea Bocelli, Sting, Chris Botti, Jon Bon Jovi, Martina McBride, John Legend, Sara Evans and more. Musical Director - David Foster.
Yak were a 4 piece instrumental progressive rock band who played between '82 & '84. The line up consisted of Robin Hodder (guitar), SySnell (bass), John Wynn (drums) & Martin Morgan (keyboards). The band stopped playing when jobs took the members to disperate parts of the UK. The material had only ever been recorded in Lo-Fi but Martin was determined that it should not be 'lost'. In 2003 he set about re-recording 8 of the YAK tracks which were released as the "Dark Side of the Duck" album in Feb '04. Following this and enthused with the response, the band re-formed - original line up, but now with Max Johnson on bass. A live EP, "Does Your Yak Bite ?" was released in 2005, and the same line-up released the jam collection "The Rutland Chronicles" the following year…