This guitar workshop is a powerful learning tool that will help you to extend your stockpile of licks and fills and develop your improvisational skills. The combination of musical notation and guitar tablature in this book together with backing tracks on the CD gives you the opportunity to learn eight of Free's tracks note for note and then jam with a professional session band. The track listing reflects some of Free's most popular recordings, providing something for guitarists to have fun with and improvise with, as well as something to aspire to.
Features the following tracks: "All Right Now", "The Hunter", "Mr. Big", "Wishing Well", "Fire And Water", "My Brother Jake", "The Stealer", "I'm A Mover".
The first eight tracks on the CD are full length backing tracks recorded minus lead guitar. The remaining tracks feature the backing tracks with the lead guitar added. Although many of you will have all the original tracks in your own collection, we have provided them in the package for your reference. The "JAM WITH..." series allows you to accurately recreate the original, or to use the transcriptions in this book in conjunction with the backing tracks as a basis for your own improvisation.
A mere six months after their original meeting, Kim and Stuart formed Total Accuracy. They produced full-band CD backing tracks of original blues and rock styles for guitarists to practice and improvise over. This was later expanded to include classic rock, pop and blues songs, coming complete with full guitar tablature and two versions of each song on the CD. One is complete with the guitar part - to hear what it should sound like - and one professional backing track where the guitar is missing, so you can fill it in.
Total Accuracy has gone on to become the world's best producer of backing track CDs for guitarists, winning awards and becoming the market leader in just eight short years.
"Five Stars! Excellent"
Guitar World USA
"Invaluable, they can practically guarantee progress"
"The hottest new guitar tuition package in years"
The Guitar Magazine
"Superb, ideal for beginners or advanced players"
Total Guitar Magazine