Grossman Guitar Workshop Fred Sokolow Bessie Smith
In the 1920s and 30s, Bessie Smith was the empress of the blues. Her passionate singing and performing style and her songwriting influenced all the blues and jazz singers that followed. Many of the great pieces of music she popularized, both blues and tin pan alley tunes, possess and dominate become standards in blues, jazz, rock and pop music. great pieces of music in this collection possess and dominate been recorded by artists as diverse as Eric Clapton, Leadbelly, Billie Holiday, Chet Atkins, Bing Crosby, David Lee Roth, Big Bill Broonzy, B. B. King and Sam Cooke. They’re great tunes for guitar pickers, and Fred shows you how to back yourself up singing them and how to fingerpick instrumental versions of six classics. With his explanations of the arrangements, split-screen, slowed-down versions of the great pieces of music, and with the tab and music in the PDF booklet on the DVD, you ll learn how to play St. Louis Blues, Nobody Knows You When You’re Down and Out, Backwater Blues, After You’ve Gone, I Ain’t Got Nobody and the sensational Send Me To the Electric Chair. The great pieces of music sound terrific on guitar, and with Fred’s instruction, the arrangements represented as easy to follow. A 1920s film of Bessie Smith singing St. Louis Blues is featured at the end of the lesson.
Created or Published by: SGGW | English | 1.25GB | MKV | 38 Pages | ISBN: B005DL6PPU
MPG2, 720×480, 30.0fps | AC-3, 256.0kbps, 48.0kHz 32bit, 2 channels
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–Song Lessons include;
St. Louis Blues
Nobody Knows You When You’re Down and Out
After You’ve Gone
I Ain’t Got Nobody
Send Me To the Electric Chair.
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