Electric Country Blues, Vol. 1

Overview

Electric Country Blues, Vol. 1 features respected musician Jim Weider leading the viewer through a series of exercises designed to assist those who already have familiarity with playing the guitar. These lessons will help the viewer emulate such famous players as Keith Richards, Jerry Reed, and Muddy Waters.
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Overview

Electric Country Blues, Vol. 1 features respected musician Jim Weider leading the viewer through a series of exercises designed to assist those who already have familiarity with playing the guitar. These lessons will help the viewer emulate such famous players as Keith Richards, Jerry Reed, and Muddy Waters.
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Special Features

Jim demonstrates the vintage instruments, amps and outboard devices that give this style its unique sound
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 3/29/2005
  • UPC: 073999221244
  • Original Release: 1996
  • Source: Homespun
  • Sound: Dolby Digital Stereo
  • Time: 1:30:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 76,147

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Jim Weider Instructor
Randy Ciarlante Drums
Richard Bell keyboards
Steve Rust bass
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Electric Country Blues, Vol. 1
1. Intro [4:47]
2. Tune Up [:53]
3. Examples 1 and 2 - Open String Blues Licks [3:25]
4. Example 3 - C7 and D Chords [1:59]
5. Blues Licks Continued [1:03]
6. Example 4 "Milk Cow Boogie" [2:26]
7. Example 5 - Rhythm Part [1:36]
8. "Milk Cow Boogie" With the Band [2:50]
9. Example 6 - Pull-Offs [1:35]
10. Example 7 - Descending Octaves [:35]
11. Example 8 - Thirds With Pull-Offs [6:11]
12. Examples 9 and 10 [1:31]
13. Example 11 - "Wolcott Medicine Show" Lick [1:58]
14. Jim's Guitar [:49]
15. Example 12 "Pop Staples" Feel [2:39]
16. "Pop Staples" Feel Broken Down [4:06]
17. "Dead Thumb Blues" [2:01]
18. "Mojo" Feel With the Band [3:34]
19. Examples 13 Thru 15 [2:30]
20. Example 16 - Banjo Licks [2:55]
21. Example 17 - Descending Sixths [3:14]
22. Dropped D Tuning [1:26]
23. Example 18 "Jermima Surrender" [1:12]
24. Example 19 "New Orleans" Feel [1:04]
25. Examples 20 and 21 - G Scale in Thirds [2:21]
26. Example 22 "Life Is a Carnival" [1:29]
27. Example 23 Inside Thirds [3:24]
28. Blues in E [1:54]
29. Example 24 - Blues in E [4:57]
30. Outro / Blues in E [4:48]
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Menu

Disc #1 -- Electric Country Blues, Vol. 1
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   Song Menu
      "Milk Cow Boogie"
      "Wolcott Medicine Show" Lick
      "Pop Staples" Feel
      "Dead Thumb Blues"
      "Mojo" Feel
      "Jermima Surrender"
      "Life Is a Carnival"
      Blues in E
   Chapter Points Menu: 1-10
   Chapter Points Menu: 11-20
   Chapter Points Menu: 21-30
   Web and Contact Information
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