Originally released 1969 on Verve this is a truly lost jewel, released for the first time on CD. Joe Beck, one of the most famous jazz guitar players, recorded this album with fellow Donald McDonald on drums and among guest musicians is Danny Whitten, guitar player of Crazy Horse before they worked together with Neil Young. On this album Beck, influenced by Eric Clapton and Jimi Hendrix, created a song-oriented psychedelic rock style with slightly jazz influences showing his remarkable guitar skills, including some fine Wah-Wah treatments. Really great stuff. CD comes with informative booklet.
Explore the riffs, solos, and sounds of the original electric jazz guitar virtuoso with this in-depth analysis of 8 songs. Hugely influential on his contemporaries and later generations of musicians, Charlie Christian set the standard for jazz guitar with his unique swing style, riffs, and soloing ability. Through a detailed breakdown of several songs, experts explore the elements that contributed to Christian's inimitable sound. Songs include: "Solo Flight," "Gone with What Wind," "Till Tom Special," "Grand Slam," "Air Mail Special," "Seven Come Eleven," "Benny's Bugle," and "Shiver."
f you still got the talent, you may as well show it, and also show the youngsters how real rock vocals are done. Vocalist Robin Beck still has the strength and range to deliver solid melodic rock, even as she approaches her 59th birthday. Age is just a number, friends. Underneath, Beck's tenth album, if I'm counting correctly, is a potent platter of genuine melodic hard rock with Robin at the helm and her husband James Christian (House of Lords) at the knobs.
Der Schauspieler und Synchronsprecher Christian Brückner liest Thomas Manns Vortrag "Lübeck als geistige Lebensform" 60 Minuten lang, bewußt sich zurückhaltend und dem Text dienend. Man kann Brückner gut zuhören.
Thomas Mann hält Rückschau auf die vergangenen Jahrzehnte seiner Karriere, auf seine Herkunft und seine Prägung ("…Lübeck, Rom und München"). Ein bürgerlicher Schriftsteller ist er, der Thomas Mann (er kann das gar nicht oft genug betonen), natürlich meint er "großbürgerlich", jedesmal wenn er "bürgerlich" schreibt. Wenn man das Werk Thomas Manns einigermaßen gut kennt - das setzt der Text voraus - wird man an Christian Brückners Vortrag seine Freude haben.