The Jam: The Larry Graham & Graham Central Station Anthology is an exhaustive, lovingly assembled double-disc retrospective of Graham's entire career, following his immediate post-Sly & the Family Stone recordings with Graham Central Station, through his luxurious solo quiet storm hits of the late '70s and early '80s, to his reunion with the Station in the '90s.
New JTC artist Luca Mantovanelli plays a MultiAmp in his first JTC pack and he has definitely hit the ground running! This pack is going to show you exactly how to navigate the most essential of chord progressions (the II-V-I) like an absolute pro! Why is the II-V-I an essential progression? Firstly it's the most widely used progression in Jazz, and appears in Pop and Rock tunes the world over, but it also contains the three most common chord types, a Maj7 chord, a Min7 chord and a dominant chord and learning to solo over these chord types might just be the most important lesson you can learn.
Introducing new JTC artist Rabea Massaad to the family! And what a way to join us…his debut 20 licks series is a killer product! For starters these licks are very accessible, full of technique and ideas that you can certianly use in your own playing. And secondly, it's a wicked backing track, perfect for jamming over!
Here is yet another live album by the Dave Matthews Band. This one is from his Central Park Concert in 2003. This one is three CDs, loaded with hits and near-misses, from one of the most successful stage bands in the business. The Matthews Band is tight, full of enough funk and sass to keep it interesting, and yet is able to convey real emotion to tens of thousands of people, as evidenced by their many live recordings. What sets this one apart is its presentation of one concert in its entirety, and its willingness to leave rough edges in. While the sound is pristine, and the performance reflects the band's well-rehearsed acumen, there are those spontaneous moments on this set that get left off of most band's live recordings – including Matthews' previous ones.