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Guitar Practicing Musicians 3


  • 1. Manic Depression - Mark Hitt
    2. For Christ's Sake - John Christ
    3. Josh's Boogie - Nathan Cavaleri
    4. All Along the Watchtower - Shawn Lane
    5. Rainbow Roll (Extra Spicy) - Wolf Marshall
    6. Politician - Blues Saraceno/Jack Bruce
    7. So What - Alex Skolnick
    8. Don't Fear the Reaper - Buck Dharma
    9. Jade's Song - Jake E. Lee
    10. Daddy Long Legs - Johnny Gale
    11. Satan's Shorts - George Lynch
    12. Bombay Vindaloo - Dream Theater
    13. This Is America - Mark Wood
    14. Wizard, The - Pride & Glory
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  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 99405

  • Credits
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    Producers: Eddie Kramer (track 1); John Christ, Noel Masson (track 2); Graham "Buzz" Bidstrup (track 3); The Willy's (track 4); Wolf Marshall (track 5); Alan Luchessi, Alex Skolnic (track 7); Buck Dharma (track 8); Jake E. Lee (track 9); George Lynch (track 11); Mark Wood (track 13); Rick Parashar (track 14).
    Engineers: Paul Orofino (tracks 1, 13); Alan Abrahamson (track 2); Frank Kerestedshjian (track 3); Don Smith (track 4); Michael McCarty (track 5); Bob Acquaviva, Will Russell (track 8); Bob Stander (track 10); Kevin Beka (track 11); Tim Summerhays (track 12); Rick Parashar, John Plum (track 14).
    Guitar's Practicing Muscians, Vol. 3 spotlights a new generation of guitar virtuosos, as sponsored by one of the leading guitar publications in America. Certainly, this is the kind of thing that will only appeal to guitar fanatics, since it only spotlights the instrument, not the songs; for proof, check out Shawn Lane's version of "All Along the Watchtower" or how Buck Dharma reworks his "(Don't Fear) The Reaper" so that the playing, not the melody, is emphasized. Every guitarist on the record is technically impressive, capable of playing some stunningly complex solos. However, several of the cuts feel like dead ends, that they're just a showcase for technical skll. Some guitarists overcome these problems, but enough fall prey to the temptations of excessive soloing and technique to make this of marginal interest even to guitar fanatics. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine

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