Country Blues Guitar 3-Volume DVD Set
Guitar (fingerpicking) - Multiple Levels
Composed by Stefan Grossman. Boxed, Concert/Documentary. Grossman Guitar Workshop. Country. 3-DVD Set. Duration 196 minutes. Published by Grossman's Guitar Workshop (MB.GW904SDVD).
Item Number: MB.GW904SDVD
5.25 x 7.5 inches.
In this three DVD lesson series Stefan Grossman explores the world of Country Blues Guitar. It is a fascinating and challenging study that covers blues, folk and ragtime arrangements in the the keys of A, C, D, E and G.
Each tune is discussed and taught phrase by phrase and played slowly on a split screen so that you can clearly see what each hand is doing. You will learn about the playing styles and techniques of legendary blues guitarists as Rev. Gary Davis, Frank Stokes, Blind Blake, Blind Boy Fuller, Mance Lipscomb, Lightnin' Hopkins, Mississippi John Hurt, Willie Brown, Robert Johnson, Sam McGee, Lonnie Johnson and Elizabeth Cotten. A detailed tab/music instructional booklet is included as a PDF file on the DVD.
Rare footage of Mississippi John Hurt, Rev. Gary Davis, Furry Lewis, Big Bill Broonzy, Jesse Fuller, Elizabeth Cotten, Lightnin' Hopkins, Mance Lipscomb and Son House is also presented.
Lesson One: Key of C: Freight Train, It Won't Be Long, Buck Dancer's Choice, Candyman, Salty Dog Blues, Ragtime Mama Blues and Blake's Rag. 63 minutes.
Lesson Two: Keys of G and A: Spike Driver's Blues, Shake Sugaree, Ragged and Dirty, Blues licks in A, Willie Mae, Spoonful and Robert Johnson blues licks in A. 65 minutes.
Lesson Three: Keys of D and E: Lightnin' Hopkins blues licks in E, Stagolee, Take A Whiff On Me, Tribute To Lonnie Johnson, Charley James and Avalon Blues. 68 minutes.
- Avalon Blues
- Blake's Rag
- Blues licks in A
- Buck Dancer's Choice
- Charley James
- Freight Train
- It Won't Be Long
- Lightnin' Hopkins blues licks in E
- Ragged and Dirty
- Ragtime Mama Blues
- Robert Johnson blues licks in A
- Salty Dog Blues
- Shake Sugaree
- Spike Driver's Blues
- Take A Whiff On Me
- Tribute to Lonnie Johnson
- Willie Mae