Soloing styles, techniques and essential insights Many a guitar legend has cut their teeth and left their mark on the jazz-influenced blues style known as "West Coast Blues" (aka "jump" blues): Charlie Christian, Clarence Gatemouth Brown, Albert Collins, Johnny Guitar Watson, Duke Robillard, Hollywood Fats, Little Charlie Baty are just a few. But T-Bone Walker is likely the genre's definitive guitarist.
Cassandra O'Neal is an awesome musician. She has played for many artists on the road and in the studios, such as 'The Kurt Carr Singers' and 'Judith Christie-McAllister' just to name a few. West Coast Piano is aimed at experienced piano players looking to develop or enhance their gospel piano playing chops.
So you've heard about freeriding, you've seen it on TV and you've done your best to get out there and ride more technical lines and features. But at the end of the day you still feel like you're coming up short on technique and think you need a little help?
Getting a solid grip on the phrasing and rhythmic qualities of West Coast blues is also the key to achieving a real sense of boogie, swing, and jump ala Texas blues. Good enough for Stevie Ray, Jimmy Vaughn, Anson Funderburgh, and Johnny Guitar Watson - good enough for us. And what blues player worth their salt doesn't have a couple of dozen jazzy bebopish lines to spice up their solos and improvisations?!
West Coast Style - Mountain Biking DVD, is now available in this special, expanded DVD edition. With over an hour of instruction on riding all types of technical terrain. Filmed on, and near, Vancouver's famous North Shore trails in British Columbia, Canada. This mountain bike DVD will help you progress your skills as a rider like never before.