As one of the leading lights of New Orleans music, Dr. John deserves a splashy, star-studded celebration – which is precisely what producer Don Was assembled on May 3, 2014 at New Orleans' Saenger Theatre. Was led a house band featuring drummer Kenny Aronoff, trombonist Sarah Morrow, keyboardist Chuck Leavell, guitarist Brian Stoltz, and pianist John Gros, then invited a host of rockers, blues musicians, and Big Easy legends to the party…
Digitally Remastered Compilation Chosen by the Staff of Mojo Magazine to Introduce a New Generation to the Great Music of the Past. The Legendary Canadian Poet and Songwriter is in the Same Class as Bob Dylan and Serge Gainsbourg, but Never Had the Kind of Mass Exposure and Celebration that the Other Two have Experienced, Except in Influential Circles. Doubtless There Will One Day Be a Vehicle (Movie, Cover Version) which Will Elevate Cohen to the Commercial Level of his Contemporaries. In the Meantime, You Can Enjoy this Selection by People who Know his Music Backwards and Forwards and Delve Into the Psyche of a True Genius with this Collection. It Will Only Leave You Yearning for More, So Get Ready to Open Up Your Pocketbook to his Catalog.
A tough flow with lots of tricky poses. This is one you’ll want to come back to over and over to keep refining your practice.
Whether gigging, recording or jamming, guitarists spend 90% of their time playing rhythm guitar parts behind vocalists and other soloists. Having command of a wide range of chord voicings and rhythmic variations is arguably even more vital than being a great soloist. And no one knows this better than Shane Theriot who’s recorded or performed with everyone from the Neville Brothers and Dr. John to Little Feat and Sammy Hagar.
MOJO Presents Paint It Black features 15 handpicked vintage cuts that peer into the darkness, including tracks by The Yarbirds, The Spencer Davis Group, The Pretty Things, The 13th Floor Elevators and many more.