Learn how to play guitar with TrueFire's Guitar Lab: Latin Rock Rhythm guitar lessons by Brad Carlton. This course is designed to equip you with the tools necessary to solo over Latin style progressions. You will study scale/chord relationships which will allow you to create various colors as you play over the changes. Great emphasis will be placed upon understanding the rhythmic grid work in the music.
Anyone interested in learning about a distinct music–jazz–will welcome this newest addition to the popular 101 reference series. Noted anthropologist, critic, and musical scholar John F. Szwed takes readers on a tour of the music's tangled history, and explores how it developed from an ethnic music to become North America's most popular music and then part of the avant garde in less than fifty years. Jazz 101 presents the key figures, history, theory, and controversies that shaped its development, along with a discussion of some of its most important recordings.
Quatro: The Definitive Collection assembles four truly classic Tito Puente albums recorded between 1955 and 1960 for RCA, and adds a disc of outtakes, alternate takes, and rarities in a lavishly designed limited-edition box set. The box is 6" x 6" with each album housed individually in a thick cardboard sleeve with back and front facsimile cover art. These four albums were cut in chronological order: Cuban Carnival (1956), Night Beat (1957), Dance Mania (1958), and Revolving Bandstand (1960), the last recorded in collaboration with the Buddy Morrow Orchestra.
As a longtime contributor to Guitar World Magazine, and the author and producer of literally hundreds of artists transcriptions, books, and instructional DVDs, Andy Aledort has influenced and inspired guitarists around the world for decades.