“…I’ve no regrets,” insists Beck. “Let’s face it, I’m centre-stage, the ticket’s got my name on it, I go out and play and there’s no singing. Who wants to swap that for being part of someone else’s band?” Interview here.
Monthly Archives: March 2010
(The two videos above were originally uploaded to Youtube in 2006)
Geeez…I inadvertently came across my old classic guitar site during a classical guitar search on Google. I had completely forgot about it. The last entry was in June 2007. now if I could only remember the password or even the email address I used I could freshen it up a bit (yeah, alas, my mind is going…)
Here’s a little item on Turkish guitar innovator Erkan Ogur, who’s making a rare U.S. appearance. Back in 1976 Ogur developed the “fretless guitar.”
New Fender jazz bass, probably in the 2k range
Is this the model (0190662755) ?
Though there’s no guitar in it this is one of my favorite music videos. You might call it boogie woogie with feet. Yeah, piano, feet, bass, and drums. Very addictive. Called “Dancin’ The Boogie” by Swiss composer and performer Silvan Zingg, it’s danced to by world class dance champions William and Maéva.
Here’s some guitar boogie woogie
Guitarist Tommy Emmanuel