Guitar Legends #106 (2008) – Southern Rock
Mar 01 2016
The complete history of Southern Rock legends, including Dickie Betts, Ronnie Van Zant, Allen Collins, and Gregg Allman.
Guitar Legends Magazine is a special choice magazine for everyone who likes to read about master guitarists of all times. There comes some top class features with excellent collection of photos, interviews and exclusive features on guitarists. Every issue of this magazine has transcriptions of five songs. You will find the tablature of the songs, which you can play at your leisure. If you have been looking for great songs to practice on your guitar, this magazine delivers you some nice choices.
This magazine features only the legends. The true legends that have made their mark on the world of music get due attention through this magazine. Every issue of this magazine has the special choice read on all time favourite guitarists.
Guitar Legends #106 (2008) – Southern Rock contents:
- Transcribed (bass lines included): “Flirtin with Disaster” by Molly Hatchet; “Can’t You See” by The Marshall Tucker band; “What’s Your Name” by Lynyrd Skynyrd; “Ramblin’ Man” by The Allman Brothers band.
- The history of Southern Rock – Rebels, rednecks and triple-threat guitars. For seven short years, Southern Rock lived a fast, furious and ill-fated life.
- Duane Allman – In a freewheeling conversation from 1971, Duane Allman talks about slide guitar, Eric Clapton, unsung guitar heroes and the pleasures of performing.
- A history of Lynyrd Skynyrd – First fights, premonitions and a plane that fell from the sky. This is the tale of Ronnie Van Zant and Lynyrd Skynyrd.
- Now to play “Green grass & High Tides” – A down-and-dirty lesson in playing the Outlaws’ greatest hit.
- Molly Hatchet – The iconic- and slightly weird-artwork of Molly Hatchet’s album sleeves.
- James Hetfield meets Gov’t Mule – In the spring of 1998, Metallica’s James Hetfield came face with favorite power trio, Gov’t Mule.
- Blackfoot – The hard-luck story of Blackfoot, southern rock’s great unsung heroes.
- The Making of at Fillmore East – In a retrospective look back at their classic 1971 live album, Dickey Betts and Gregg Allman recall the record that made the Allman Brothers Band the kings of the road.
- Zakk Wylde meets Lynyrd Skynyrd – In a rollicking, rowdy round table interview from the fall of 1992, lifelong southern rock fan Zakk Wylde pays homage to Lynyrd Skynyrd’s Gary Rossington and Ed King.
- Prime Cuts – Guitarist Gary Rossington tells the stories behind some of Lynyrd Skynyrd’s finest, moments.
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