An Easy Guide To 10 Classic Rock Solos That Will Help You Play Guitar With Confidence And Create Inspiring Solos From Scratch… Do you know that you can play 10 classic rock solos from start to finish by using simple techniques that anyone can master in just a few short weeks? 10 Classic Rock Solos is an in-depth study of legendary rock solos, licks, and techniques that will help any guitarist play
Joseph Michel was in his time, in the 18th century, a famous composer, music teacher of “La Sainte Chapelle de Dijon”. He was also a contemporary of Jean-Philippe Rameau who officiated at Notre Dame as organist in the same city. Most of his compositions burned during the fire of his printery in 1735, and he died early the following year. However, we inherited his” Leçon des Ténebres” and a Miserere, which are the last works of this kind before it disappears from the liturgy. Hervé Lamy and his excellent musicians have worked here to rediscover the spirit and deliver all the beauty of those works.
En Concert is an energetic live album with half the tracks played in front of Houston, TX, and the other half played to a crowd in Lyon, France. Jarre ignites the crowd in both cities, letting loose on a multitude of synthesizers and sequencers while playing his classics like "Oxygene V," "Magnetic Fields I," and "Equinoxe V." His sonic display in front of the French crowd is the more spirited of the two, since Europe is where his fan base is the largest. Jarre kept many of his slower mood pieces off of this album, which is rightly so. His quicker, more robust pieces seem to gain momentum as he dazzles the audience with his electronic sweeps and sharp stabs of brilliant synth…
Destination Docklands was an event consisting of two concerts by musician Jean Michel Jarre on the Royal Victoria Docks, Docklands, London on Saturday 8th and Sunday 9 October 1988, to coincide with the release of Jarre's new album Revolutions. The concerts were attended by 100,000 people on each night. Accompanied by fireworks and a light show, the concert also featured The Shadows guitarist Hank Marvin who joined Jarre on the tracks "London Kid" and "Fourth Rendez-Vous". The Saturday performance was broadcast on BBC Radio One. The Sunday show, during which it rained heavily, was recorded for a live album and VHS released in 1989. The Sunday show was also recorded for TV and shown on C4 some weeks or months later.
Guitarist Nguyen Le has become the Parisian equivalent of Bill Frisell: a "changes player" who is not averse to kicking on nasty effects pedals or playing simply and folksy when the tune merits. But on this cooperative outing with drummer Peter Erskine and bassist Michel Benita, Le throws his own signature into the mix with the various odd bends and nontempered slurs he pulls off on the guitar, alluding to his Vietnamese heritage on pieces like "Sao Sen," "Zigzag" and "Free at Last" with a very personal touch on the fretboard.