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byPublished on 03-23-2017 06:15 PM Number of Views: 42
The hammer of the Gods will drive our ships to new lands!
To fight the horde, to sing and cry: Valhalla I am coming!
The 70s started out on a fine note with this release from Led Zeppelin. Let me tell you how it came into my life.
Back when ...
byPublished on 03-12-2017 09:45 AM Number of Views: 1566
Doug Johns has been playing bass for more than twenty five years. He has worked with Roy Vogt, Victor Wooten, Buddy Miles, Chuck Rainey, Dana Rasch, The LA Mass Choir, Grammy winning producer Aaron Lindsey, Steve Smith, and many others. The Cream of the Crop, to be sure.
All those years of honing his craft on stage and in the studio must have been building like a volcano in this skilled bassman, because his self-titled first disc erupted in 2006 with a rafter-shaking explosion of monster tunes.
byPublished on 03-12-2017 07:05 AM Number of Views: 347
Do you have a young daughter who's just dying to pick up the bass? Imagine how daunting it would be for a small girl to hang a heavy P-Bass over her shoulder. Sure, you could get her a short scale bass more suited to her size, but there are other options out there.
For example: this is the Canadian made Daisy Rock "Rebel Rockit" bass. It's a full sized, ...
byPublished on 03-12-2017 04:00 AM Number of Views: 603
Hey, you! Gonna paint the deck on your Summer holidays? Plant new shrubs in the yard? Maybe clean out the attic? The house and yard will look great, but don't you think Summer should also offer you time to do something just for yourself? Something ...
byPublished on 03-07-2017 11:45 AM Number of Views: 59
Just a bit of preamble, since this is the first installment of SONGVIEWS. These won't be articles about the band, the various members, their history, etc. It's about one thing only: THE SONG. If you want the skinny on the band, I'll always include a link to Wikipedia, but here, we're talking SONGS ...