Jazz Guitar/Reference. Features in-depth interviews with 22 of the industry's most notable guitar players. Jim Carlton's candid conversations render astute insight into revered jazz guitarists, the history and development of jazz guitar and the studio scene that flourished during its Golden Era to the present day. It's a book brimming with behind-the-scenes anecdotes, little-known vignettes and the stories behind many hit recordings. an often hilarious book that conveys the sense of humor and iconoclasm that's so prevalent among great artists.The band played by ear. And mostly they played in GE, if you can imagine that. My teachera#39;s brother was working with them and wanted me to come and sit in because they wanted a guitar. Of course I hadna#39;t played it, but it was a fairly simpleanbsp;...
|Title||:||Conversations with Great Jazz and Studio Guitarists|
|Publisher||:||Mel Bay Publications - 2012-02-22|