Revelation Marrakech Quartertone Guitar Demo Video

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Here’s a guitarist (I assume from Azerbaijan) who put some quarter tone frets on his trusty Jolana Tornado.

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This guitarist put only one extra fret between the second and third regular ones, and is playing a melody more familiar to western ears.

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What comes after more and more frets? That’s right – no frets:

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Hal Blaine Dies Age 90

Another legend gone. So shortly after Randy Nauert of The Challengers, Michel Legrand (The Thomas Crown Affair) and André Previn. The Guardian did the best thing they could and collected some of his most famous recordings in a tribute.

Here he’s opening The Ronettes’ Be My Baby at Gold Star Recordings in Los Angeles 1963.

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Knowledgable Dude on Spaghetti Western

Very nice and compact analysis about the Italian western soundtracks recorded between the mid 60s and the mid 70s. My only criticism would be that the presenter is furthering the “alternative fact” that The Shadows recorded Surf Music. I’m not linking to the English wikipedia for the same reason.

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Chuck Berry Dies at 90

In ‘Sweet Little Sixteen,’ ‘You Can’t Catch Me’ and other songs, Mr. Berry invented rock as a music of teenage wishes fulfilled and good times (even with cops in pursuit). In ‘Promised Land,’ ‘Too Much Monkey Business’ and ‘Brown Eyed Handsome Man,’ he celebrated and satirized America’s opportunities and class tensions. His rock ’n’ roll was a music of joyful lusts, laughed-off tensions and gleefully shattered icons.

Source: Chuck Berry Dies at 90; Helped Define Rock ’n’ Roll – The New York Times