"Geminism" is the second album by brother & sister group Gemini, released in 1987. Like their previous album, "Geminism" features songwriting contributions again from artists such as Benny Andersson and Björn Ulvaeus, formerly of ABBA, and Anders Glenmark and Ingela Forsman. The album's material overall was less serious than its predecessor. One song from the LP became a hit: "Mio My Mio".
Time to drop that low E string and rock out in this new feature exploring some tasty metal riffs using drop d tuning. Plenty on offer for those wanting to improve their rhythm technique with chunky 'on/off' riffs, stacked power chord ideas, melodic classic metal and groovy one string riffs. As an added bonus, you get the Hades Rain Metal Study #02 pack exploring the realm of metal rhythm in the style of King Diamond/Mercyful Fate.
This is a digital download featuring 5 Gothic style songs to learn, exploring sounds and techniques in the vein of artists such as The Mission, Fields of the Nephilm and The Sisters of Mercy. This program covers: picking patterns, pedal point ideas, exotic voicings, droning chords, melodic arpeggios, triad ideas + more. Everything is broken down into easy to understand fragments, ensuring the easiest possible path to learning.
Metal Mechanics, Triplet Riffing is aimed at beginner to intermediate guitarists wishing to improve their comprehension of triplet and swing rhythms; fundamental components in today's modern rock and metal styles. Learn the basics, as well as more complex ideas within 31 riff examples covering: 1/4 note triplets, 8th note triplets, power chord techniques, accenting, melodic sequences and ostinatos, pentatonic riffs, swing rhythm, combining swing and triplet rhythm, and tied swing 8ths.
Now That's What I Call Music! 96 or Now 96 is a double-disc compilation album which will be released in the United Kingdom and Ireland on 7 April 2017. It is the 96th edition of the UK Now! series and will be available on CD and for digital download. "Fastlove", which reached number one on the UK Singles Chart in 1996, was added as a tribute to George Michael who died before the release of this album. A remixed version of the song known as the Forthright Edit, previously appeared on Now 35. It is the only number one to appear on the album.
Digitally remastered edition of this classic solo release from the Deep Purple member. The new artwork includes liner notes exclusively written by Roger Glover. The Gemini Suite was first performed in September 1970 at the Royal Festival Hall and was recorded the following year at the Abbey Road and de Lane Lea studios as the first solo project of Jon Lord. It is a six piece classic-rock fusion work inspired by the members of Deep Purple and was recorded with the London Symphonic Orchestra conducted by Oscar winner Malcolm Arnold and is featuring the guest musicians Albert Lee, Yvonne Elliman, Tony Ashton as well as the two other Deep Purple member Ian Paice and Roger Glover.