CD: TRACKS 37-46
In 2020 Joe Satriani released his 17th solo album Shapeshifting and it features the trademark songwriting, melody, and smooth legato that has kept Joe at the top of the guitar legend list since 1986 when he released Not of This Earth. He followed this with other landmark albums such as Surfing With The Alien, Flying In A Blue Dream, The Extremist, and too many more to mention here.
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FOOD FOR THOUGHT
Justin Sandercoe of justinguitar.com lends GT his insight as one of the world’s most successful guitar teachers. This month: Song Work.
Guitar instrumentals have supplied some of music’s most evocative moments. Jason Sidwell asks top guitarists for their take on this iconic movement. This month: Snarky Puppy’s guitarist, plus producer and composer, Mark Lettieri.
SIXTY SECONDS WITH...
A minute’s all it takes to discover what makes a great guitarist tick. Before he jumped into his limo for the Airport, we grabbed a quick chatwith Welsh blues slide guitarist and bandleader, Troy Redfern.
The studio guitarist’s guide to happiness and personal fulfilment, as related by session ace Mitch Dalton. This month: Hi-Tek with Low-Tech (1981-2021).
THE CROSSROADS Chord Voicings
This month at the Crossroads, John Wheatcroft finds the chordal connections from modern bluesman Kirk Fletcher, to jazz legends Joe Pass and Wes Montgomery, via the great Robben Ford.
This month Shaun Baxter concludes his recent series on using a variety of interval types within a Mixolydian blues-rock context.
FOOD FOR THOUGHT
Justin Sandercoe of justinguitar.com lends GT his insight as one of the world’s most successful guitar teachers. This month: The Diatonic Explorer
TWO DOOR CINEMA CLUB
This month Simon Barnard takes you across the Irish Sea to explore the style and sounds of Sam Halliday from Two Door Cinema Club.
THE CROSSROADS The Art of Slurring
In this month’s Crossroads, John Wheatcroft shows how adding slurs can help you achieve the expressive articulation of players ranging from blues icon Stevie Ray Vaughan, to jazz genius George Benson.
Andy Jones of the London College of Creative Media begins a new series looking at intervals and chord tones and how to use them musically.
The Boo Crew
This Ghosts story tells how the new CBS comedy came together brilliantly in spite of the ghastly pandemic.
BITTER BARACK SETTLES SCORE!
Refuses to help Biden save his presidency after cruel humiliation. Obama won’t take Joe’s calls
BIDEN'S SON IS NEIGHBOR FROM HELL!
Malibu in uproar over $20G-a-month rental
Taylor to Joe: PUT A RING ON IT!
She’s ready for it! The pop star has been patiently waiting for a proposal from her British beau for more than two years.
Selena Gomez: BACK FROM THE BRINK!
THE FORMER DISNEY STAR OPENS UP ABOUT HEARTBREAK AND HEALTH WOES IN A CANDID NEW INTERVIEW.
Two by Two
Two husband-and-wife teams create businesses and lives they love.
TRAINING CAMP TAKEAWAYS
The X factor, Kadarius Toney is falling behind and The big tight end is back
The Visible Man
Penn Badgley is famous for his roles as a gossip and a stalker—and he’s a little disturbed by what fans see in him.
BIDEN BLUNDER SPARK BLACKMAIL TERROR!
Fears Russians can squeeze prez with info from Hunter's THIRD lost laptop
IN EVERY EPISODE of this ultimate “what if?” series, we’ll watch earnest Joe Kimbreau (Watchmen’s James Wolk) live out the three paths he could’ve chosen when he graduated college: What would’ve happened if he’d become a nurse, a cop or a rock star? Ten years later, “The guy who’s Bono-famous and has a charcuterie platter waiting for him is going to be different from the guy who’s working a 10-hour shift and then gets a beer at the corner bar,” says Wolk.