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Live performances from our musical albums and audio-book media for guitar players, improvisors & composers of blues, rock & jazz.

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'dis homy should bees in da hollyswoods

By Tibs Musi & theGetto allStar band - Mar 01 2007
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'Dis fo it be one kewl cat...dig it ,,,, yeahhh

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'dis homy should bees in da hollyswoods

By Tibs Musi & theGetto allStar band - Mar 01 2007
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'Dis fo it be one kewl cat...dig it ,,,, yeahhh
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Latest release on Mar 11, 2007

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Rank #1: "ADVANCED LEVEL: Looking Up from Beyond-the-Blues"

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Hear here my live-in-the-Studio performance of "Looking Up" from my "Dream your Dream" CD. You can check out "Dream your Dream" in the iTunes Music Store by clicking here. If you want to add your own guitar leads to my backing track, then you can also download the bass/drums jam-mix track for "Looking Up" for free, from GuitarMedia--just click on Jam-with-Downloads at the top of the page.

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Mar 11 2007

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Rank #2: "ENTRY-LEVEL: SingleShot from Heart-of-the-Blues"

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A live-in-the-studio performance of the songs Single Shot which use blues melodies and harmonies from the Heart-of-the-Blues instructional album. Heart-of-the-Blues lays the foundation for guitarists wishing to master the entire fretboard. Single Shot repeats the same licks in every playing position so players end up with a bagful of licks they can improvise with in any song with dominant harmony. The jam-mix tracks for these songs, which have only bass-and-drums so you can add your own guitar melodies, are both available free from GuitarMedia--just click on the Jam-with-Downloads button. Add your own guitar to our jam mix tracks and create your own songs, royalty free.

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Mar 08 2007

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Rank #3: "NOMINAL LEVEL: Texas from Soul-of-the-Blues"

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Texas from the album "Stand Bacl" by Robert 'Colin" Johnson performed live in the studio. Texas illustrates the tantalizing hypnotic spell called the slow blues and is on both on the Stand Back musical album as well as in the the Soul-of-the-Blues instructional CD. You can download the jam-mix track for free, from GuitarMedia--just click on Jam-with-Downloads at the top of the page.

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Mar 08 2007

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Rank #4: 1-INSTRUCTIONS#2: How to Use BluesGuitarist.Org's Introduction to Mastering the Fretboard Vol. 2

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Here is track 1 from the Heart-of-the-Blues#2 where you will master the entire fretboard just by playing the song SingleShot. Print-out "0-MUSIC BOOKLET..." above and put it on your music stand so you can follow along. The music staves printed in the music booklet have both traditional music notation and guitar tablature showing a six-line staff picturing all six strings of the guitar with little numbers written on the lines to indicate which frets to hold down. Your basic strategy will be to follow along with the printed music in the music booklet while listening to the guitar part, then practice playing it yourself by jamming along with our guitarless jam-mix tracks. The next track to listen to after this is "2-Music_Theory" if that interests you, otherwise go straight to "3-Whole_Band" where you can listen to the entire band playing the song--this what you will sound like after mastering Single Shot.

Oct 02 2006

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Rank #5: 4-SLOW GUITAR#2: Guitar Part Played Slowly here at 60 BPM So You Can Hear What You Should Play

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Here is track 4 from the Heart-of-the-Blues#2, which is the guitar part by itself in slow motion at 60 beats-per-minute (BPM), so you can follow along with the printed music more easily, and so you can hear clearly just what you should be playing on the guitar. Follow along by printing the "0-MUSIC BOOKLET#2" above, while you listen, then try out playing it for yourself on your own instrument while listening to the next track, "5-SLOW JAM#2," which is a bass/drums-only jam mix also at 60 BPM.

Oct 02 2006

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Rank #6: 6-GUITAR#2: Guitar Part Alone Played at a Full Speed of 90 BPM, This is How Your Part Should Sound

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Here is track 6 from the Heart-of-the-Blues#2, which is the guitar part by itself at a full speed of 90 beats-per-minute (BPM), so you can hear what your guitar part will sound like when played fast. After listening, try out playing the guitar part yourself while listening to the next track, "7-JAM MIX#2," which is a bass/drums/vibes-only jam mix also at 90 BPM.

Oct 02 2006

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Rank #7: TUTOR: Guitarist Tutorial for "Keep The Faith" from the "Stand Back" album and the "Heart-of-the-

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Two live performances of the songs Single Shot and Keep the Faith, both of which use the blues melodies and harmonies from the Heart-of-the-Blues, which lays the foundation for guitarists wishing to master the entire fretboard. Single Shot repeats the same six licks in every playing position so players end up with a bagful of licks they can improvise with in any song with dominant harmony. Keep the Faith uses the same technique, but offers an alternative set of rock-style licks. The jam-mix tracks for these songs, which have only bass-and-drums so you can add your own guitar melodies, are both available free from GuitarMedia--just click on the Jam-with-Downloads button. Add your own guitar to our jam mix tracks and create your own songs, royalty free.

Sep 27 2006

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Rank #8: 2-MUSIC THEORY#2: Note-for-Note Theory Behind Alure of the "Minor Blues" in our Song SingleShot

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Here is track 2, which has the music theory behind the minor-blues sound you'll master in the Heart-of-the-Blues#2. The minor-tone blues is the most common way of playing blues solos in rock, blues and jazz. Every American musician has a slow blues in their repreatoire, and after the Heart-of-the-Blues you will too. Each volume gives you another minor-tone lick, and here in volume number two this Music Theory track explains--note-for-note--how the first lick in Single Shot illustrates the minor blues sound. The next track to listen to is "3-WHOLE BAND" which is the most important track, since it has the whole band playing this SingleShot lick. This is what you will sound like (jamming with our backup band) after mastering Single Shot in the Heart-of-the-Blues.

Sep 21 2006

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Rank #9: 8-ENTIRE SONG_2: Whole Band with Guitar Parts from All Six Volumes of the Heart-of-the-Blues

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Here is track 8, which is what you will sound like after completing all six volumes of the Heart-of-the-Blues#2. The whole band is playing SingleShot including the melody and the leads for all five verses--six guitar parts that enable you to master the entire fretboard while playing over the same rhythm track.

Sep 21 2006

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Rank #10: VIDEO: Guitarist Tutorial for "Keep The Faith" from the "Stand Back" album and the "Heart-of-the-Blues"

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The tutorial is for guitarists interested in the songs Keep the Faith, which use the blues melodies and harmonies from the Heart-of-the-Blues instructional CD. Keep the Faith illustrates a bagful of licks that can be improvised in any song with dominant harmony. The jam-mix tracks for these songs, which have only bass-and-drums so you can add your own guitar melodies, are both available free from GuitarMedia--just click on the Jam-with-Downloads button. Add your own guitar to our jam mix tracks and create your own songs, royalty free.

Aug 14 2006

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