A 3D Satch concert is in the works! There are a few snippets floating around the web about this – but very little concrete information. Please post a comment if you know more about it…
Here is the scoop:
“We’re in the final stages of completing “Satchurated”.
This is a concert film featuring Joe Satrinani. We filmed it live at the Metropolis in Montreal in mid-December 2010. Although this was our second 3D production, it will be the first one to be released.
Like “The Orchestrion Project” featuring Pat Metheny, “Satchurated” will be released in cinemas first, followed by home video and broadcast.
There will also be a 2D version of this film. The 3D version was edited by Yves Dion and the 2D version was edited by Martin Julien. Both were mixed by Mike Fraser. Departement Camera provided the 3D rigs.
Stay tuned for more information as it becomes available…
Does the sound of Purple Haze fire you up? Or does Foxey Lady have you playing air guitar to the classic riffs? Expertly made for the iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch in conjunction with Experience Hendrix LLC, this interactive app is the most innovative Jimi Hendrix experience available anywhere.
Jimi Hendrix changed the music world forever and inspired generations of fans with his music, lyrics and prose. Whether you are a lifelong fan, or new to his legacy, you can explore his vast library of music; dive into his full history, career and accomplishments through storytelling, images and videos; and relive some of his most famous concerts, venues and recordings as you pass by historic locations using the interactive map.
App Features include:
Discography – Flip through the full collection of Hendrix’s albums. iTunes integration lets you play the songs you own, sample those you don’t and purchase new tracks from within the app.
Filmography – Discover documentaries, live performances, and other films about Hendrix.
Venues – See photos, video clips, and descriptions of the concert venues that defined the Hendrix legacy
Locations – Geo fencing alerts will let you know when you are near Hendrix landmarks. Visiting the landmarks will award you virtual passport stamps.
Social Media Integration – Share accomplishments and information from the app with your social network with the integrated Twitter sheet and Facebook.
Connect the experience across multiple devices – Use AirPlay to connect with your Apple TV or Airplay speakers
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James Marshall “Jimi” Hendrix was born November 27, 1942.
To say that Jimi Hendrix was a guitarist, singer and songwriter is like saying Michael Jordon was a basketball player.
To many people, Jimi is considered to be the greatest electric guitar player in the history of rock-n-roll music… and don’t expect GuitarDaddy to dispute that!
Certainly he was one of the most important and influential musicians of his era across a wide variety of genres.
He said often that his playing style was influenced by blues artists such as B. B. King, Muddy Waters, Howlin’ Wolf, Albert King and Elmore James.
After his initial success playing in Europe, he achieved “rock-star” fame in the United States with his 1967 performance at the Monterey Pop Festival. He went on to headline the iconic 1969 Woodstock Festival and the 1970 Isle of Wight Festival.
Hendrix favored raw overdrive and amplifiers with high gain and treble. It was that combination that helped him fine-tune the previously undesirable technique of guitar amplifier feedback. Simple stated, Hendrix turned the undesireable into the desirable.
One of my favorite Hendrix quotes was: ““Sometimes you want to give up the guitar, you’ll hate the guitar. But if you stick with it, you’re gonna be rewarded.”
He was rewarded, and so were we — every time we heard him play.
The list of players who endorse Duesenberg is a “Whos-Who” from all genres. Tom Petty, Glen Frey, Joe Walsh, Bob Dylan, Kenny Loggins, Bon Jovi, John Mayer, Pear Jam, Billy Gibbons, ZZ Top, Keb Mo, Ronnie Wood, Vince Gill, Keith Urban and Elvis Costello, just to name a few of the household names.
And you thought Gibson and Fender were the only brands the big-boys played?
The Starplayer TV is equally impressive.
Our semi-hollow deluxe guitar is played by many of the top players in the world. The Starplayer-TV features a greatly improved 60s style tremolo and a floating bridge with steel saddles. Our custom-wound DP90 in the neck position gives an authentic blues tone making a versatile combination with the vintage Humbucker in the bridge position. The distinctive arched spruce top and elegant flamed maple arched back has elevated the DTV to one of the finest guitars in the world. It will remind you of the time when rock & roll was young. -From the Duesenberg USA Web Site.
Check out this video that is capturing a high trending number of recent views:
Premier Guitar’s Rebecca Dirks is On Location in Chicago, IL, where she catches up with The Aristocats’ guitarist Guthrie Govan who walks us through his entire live rig on the band’s US summer tour, which includes his Suhr signature guitar, Suhr amplifier and cab, and a pretty extensive pedalboard with stompboxes from TC Electronic, Providence, Dunlop, and Ernie Ball.
Since that post, Tom and I have become good friends and I have a couple of his prints hanging in my office (Carlos Santana and Jeff Beck).
I check on Tom’s web site every so often and when I looked on Sunday I was amazed to learn that he has “the late Gary Moore” on his canvas and “in the works” right now. I always have been and always will be a fan of Gary Moore and will eternally regret that I never saw him play in person.
In honor of the “soon to be released” print, I am announcing a Gary Moore CD/DVD Giveaway contest right here on TheGuitarBuzz. To enter, all you have to do is leave a comment to this post about Gary Moore.
I have 2 CDs and 1 DVD of “Gary Moore Live in Montreaux 2010″ that I will give away FREE to 3 winners via random drawing from the comments left to this post. The contest will end at 12:00noon MST on the day after Tom Noll notifies me that the Gary Moore print is ready to ship.
Gary Moore Live at Montreux 2010
After decades of monster guitar work on his own albums and with Thin Lizzy, Cozy Powell, Rod Argent, Ginger Baker, Jack Bruce and others, Moore dug deep into blues before returning to rock in 2010.
Sadly, he died suddenly in early 2011; this 2010 Montreux set was his last filmed concert. He’s got energy to spare here, playing classics plus new songs: Over the Hills and Far Away; Blood of Emeralds; So Far Away/Empty Rooms; Military Man; Parisienne Walkways; Oh Wild One and more…
After years of blues explorations, this performance marked a return to hard-charging rock for Moore. In fact, the former Thin Lizzy guitarist was working on a new rock album at the time of his death.
Providing a hint of what might’ve been, Moore performed three brand new songs that night at Montreux – all of which are included here. “Days of Heroes” is a strident, stomping rocker with Moore belting a furious vocal. “Where Are You Now” leans into a slow, insistent beat.
“Live At Montreux 2010″ track listing:
01. Over The Hills And Far Away
02. Thunder Rising (not on CD)
03. Military Man
04. Days Of Heroes
05. Where Are You Now?
06. So Far Away / Empty Rooms
07. Oh Wild One
08. Blood Of Emeralds
09. Out In The Fields
10. Still Got The Blues (not on CD)
11. Walking By Myself
12. Johnny Boy
13. Parisienne Walkways
Bonus – Live At Montreux 1997:
14. One Good Reason (not on CD)
15. Oh Pretty Woman (not on CD)
16. Still Got The Blues (not on CD)
17. Walking By Myself (not on CD)
For the life of me, I can’t figure out why this girl doesn’t get more air time kudos.
But then again…maybe I can.
On 12 October 2011, Orianthi released her 5 track EP “Fire”.
I had to search 10 minutes on Google to find anything about it, there were no reviews anywhere and then I noticed that the Press Release and the album cover are not even on her official web site! And when I found the CD on iTunes, the track names were all messed up!
What’s up with that?
This is not B-Track music. This is really good stuff. Stuff that deserves to be played. Stuff that deserves to be heard.