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Animal Instinct (Gary Hoey) - Just a fabulous album. I was first turned onto this album after hearing "Hocus Pocus" one time on the radio. I went and bought the tape (I know – WOW!) and checked it out. I was not disappointed. It hits you right from the beginning with "Mass Hysteria", and then jumps from genre to genre […] Rate of Change (Travis Larson) - When I listen to TLB’s “Rate of Change” I take a journey. And as I listen again and again, I notice more and more of the musical scenery along the way. From the opening notes (and fancy footwork of drummer Dale Moon) of Sticks and Stones, the listener embarks on a path that varies from […] Key To the City – Tony MacAlpine - More love for Tony on #TMACTuesday! Below is the official video for the song “Key To the City” from 1987′s “Maximum Security” (look for a review of the album on the site soon!). Long live the 80′s! Tony MacAlpine Solo from Tokyo (2013) - Seeing that today is #TMACTuesday, I thought I would share the love and spread some Tony MacAlpine love! First up is a great solo performance by Tony in Tokyo off of the Portnoy Sheehan MacAlpine Sherinian Live in Tokyo DVD from 2013. This is Tony’s guitar solor. Enjoy! Sacred Groove – George Lynch - From the shred master of Dokken comes this great solo album. One of my all-time favorite instrumental pieces is on this album. Check out "I Will Remember." This album is an absolute Gem of artistic expression by George. I can’t stop listening to it. I’m never regretful to purchase anything from this Man. Lyrics could […] Tierra Del Fuego by George Lynch - Last week I posted my thoughts on one of my favorite George Lynch songs “I Will Remember” from the album Sacred Groove. Another song NOT to be missed on this album is “Tierra Del Fuego.” Here’s a comment from Guitar Nine about the song that I was previously unaware of: “Tierra Del Fuego” is significant […] Mr. Scary Live from George Lynch - We cannot possibly post any George Lynch songs without posting the now infamous “Mr. Scary.” Below is a version shot live on the HDNet broadcast. It’s one of the better versions available for streaming. Nice close-ups of George shredding away! Listen, enjoy, and remember the awesome 80′s! I Will Remember – George Lynch (Staff Pick) - I would assume most people, when asked about George Lynch, will tell you their favorite song is “Mr. Scary”, which is indeed a classic. But not me. If you ask me, without even thinking, the answer would be “I Will Remember” from his “Sacred Groove” disk. “I Will Remember” is SUCH an excellent song in […] Rusty Cooley Shredding at NAMM 2013 - Another video of Rusty Cooley shredding it up! High quality video produced by Peavey. Master shredder Rusty Cooley performs at the Peavey Electronics booth at Winter NAMM 2013. Rusty gives an amazing performance showcasing the Peavey 6505 Series amplifiers. Dominion from Rusty Cooley - Having just re-listened to Rusty Cooley’s self-title album “Rusty Cooley”, I decided to take a look at some videos he has posted online. The first really good one I found is of him playing a song off of the above album. The track is entitled “Dominion.” This video really shows his prowess when it comes […] Guitar Clinic with Kiko Loureiro - Below is a video taken by someone in attendance at Kiko Loureiro’s guitar clinic in Hong Kong on April 16th, 2014. The song is “El Guajiro” from the album “Sounds of Innocence” from 2012. I especially dig the sweep patterns and speed picking starting at the 1:55 mark, as well as the slower portion starting […] Rusty Cooley Self-Titled CD - This cd is great. Its one shred album that you can continue listening to. Rusty's playing showcases such mastery, from alternate picking to legato, this guitarist is seamless. Our favorite songs/parts: The heavy melody of “The Butcher”, especially the end portion Intro to “Dark Matter” The opening riff of “E.B.E.” “Jazzmine’s Song” Original Release Date: […]
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