Guitar World Acoustic September 2006
Mar 05 2016
Guitar World Acoustic brings the best in acoustic guitar music six times each year. You get in-depth interviews with the latest chart makers, lessons on the playing of legendary acoustic performers like Paul Simon, Neil Young and Willie Nelson, gear reviews and much more. Plus, each issue includes complete transcriptions of new and classic songs. Here you’re getting a vintage magazine back issue with great guitar transcriptions, really interesting articles and useful information, along with some of the coolest full page color ads. Acoustic guitar transcriptions.
Guitar World Acoustic September 2006 contents:
- First stringers: Ramblin’ Jack Elliot, Guster, Steven Seagal, Cheyenne Kimball, Greg Graffin, Big Bill Broonzy and more.
- Soul Asylum. Having weathered the death of their friend and bassist, Karl Mueller, and eight of myriad distractions, Soul Asylum make their return.
- Paul Simon. Like any great artist, Paul Simon fears and loathes the idea of repeating himself. His new album, Surprise, featuring Brian Eno’s “sonic landscaping” and his own acoustic and electric guitar playing, lives up to its name.
- Paul Simon Lesson. Learn to play six of Simon’s biggest hits, including “Me and Julio Down By the Schoolyard” and “Slip Slidin’ Away”.
- Steve Miller. A prince of classic rock talks about the 30th anniversary reissue of Fly Like An Eagle, and reveals himself to be one serious acoustic guitar junkie.
- Sufjan Stevens. Multi-instrumentalist Sufjan Stevens releases an collection of outtakes from Illinois, his highly regarded second album.
- KT Tunstall – Black Horse And the Cherry Tree
- David Bowie – Ziggy Stardust
- Steve Miller Band – Take The Money and Run
- W.C. Handy – St. Louis Blues
- Daniel Powter – Bad Day
- Turn it Up with Rick Turner. The Great Equalizer, Part 2. Using EQ to tweak your sound.
- The Jazz Box with John Pizzarelli. Johnny and Frankie. A chord-melody arrangement of Frank Sinatra’s “In the Wee Small Hours of the Morning”.
- Make Room for DADGAD with Laurence Juber. Saints Alive. A marching band-inspired arrangement of “When the Saints Go Marching In”.
- Basic Training with Keith Wyatt. Amen Corner. The I-IV cadence in various keys.
- Unplugging with Jimmy Brown. Wonder of Wonders. A solo guitar arrangement of Louis Armstrong’s “What a Wonderful World.”
- Gear Reviews
- Last Licks. Further evidence of the Eighties revival is a new album of acoustic arrangements, by the original artists, of some of the decade’s biggest hits.
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