June 1997 (Issue No. 54)
Earl Klugh on his jazz and pop influences. How to play Texas swing style. Three guitarist/producers share the secrets of their craft in the studio and onstage. How pro players promote their music on the Internet. Pierce Pettis finds biblical and literary songwriting inspiration. Using the Circle of Fifths. Double-stop fiddle licks.
- Earl Klugh
- Traditional, backup performed by Rex Gillentine
- Pierce Pettis
What a Friend We Have in Jesus
- Music by Charles Converse, arr. by Glenn Weiser
In This Issue
THE MIDAS TOUCH
Earl Klugh finds his own road betwen jazz and pop. By Jim Ohlschmidt.
How to play that punchy, versatile backup style. By Hal Glatzer.
Three top guitarist/producers share the secrets of their craft in the studio and on stage. By David Hamburger.
The Last D'Aquisto. John Monteleone's completion of a D'Aquisto Solo. By Bronwen Morgan.
Wayne's World. Profile of Wayne Johnson. By Mark Hanson.
Acoustic Warriors. Profile of Asylum Street Spankers. By David Gold.
Womanly Hips, Inc.. Performers' music publishing companies. By Jeffrey Pepper Rodgers.
Adrian Legg, Waiting for a Dancer. By Steve Boisson.
Janet Feder, ICYIMI. By Harry Fleishman.
Karan Casey, Songlines. By Simone Solondz.
Peter Keane, Walkin' Around. By Steve Boisson.
Riders in the Sky, Public Cowboy #1. By Michael John Simmons.
Robin Kessinger, Robin Kessinger. By David McCarty.
Special Consensus, Strong Enough to Bend. By David McCarty.
Bobby Lee Rodgers and the Herd, Water Buffalo. By Charles H. Chapman.
Kick at Heaven, Live at Sun Mountain. By Roger Deitz.
Stephen Bennett, Pictures. By Jim Ohlschmidt.
Western Swing Guitar. Ray Benson, Rich O'Brien, Jon Sholle, various artists. By Michael John Simmons.
Celtic Guitar CDs. Steve Baughman, Jon Hicks, John Sherman, David Surette. By Russell Letson.
Letter from Sicily. Letter from Sicily. By Artie Traum.
The Acoustic Web. How pro players are promoting their music on the World Wide Web. By Elizabeth Papapetrou.
Southern Lights. Pierce Pettis turns biblical and literary inspirations into songwriting gems, intro by Simone Solondz. By Shelton Clark.
Equipment Picks from Earl Klugh. By Jim Ohlschmidt.
Equipment Picks from John Jennings. By David Hamburger.
Equipment Picks from John Leventhal. By David Hamburger.
Equipment Picks from Pete Kennedy. By David Hamburger.
Equipment Picks from Philip Hii. By Simone Solondz.
Equipment Picks from Pierce Pettis. By Shelton Clark.
Equipment Picks from Texas Swing Players Joey McKenzie, Jerry Thomason, Rex Gillentine. By Hal Glatzer.
Equipment Picks from the Asylum Street Spankers. By David Gold.
Equipment Picks from Wayne Johnson. By Mark Hanson.
Review. Alesis Nanoverb. By Stephen Dick.
Carrico's E-Z Pegs. Carrico's E-Z Pegs.
Fender Powerstage Portable PA System. Fender Powerstage portable PA system.
Martin 00-16DB. Martin 00-16DB.
Using the Circle of Fifths. Using the circle of fifths. By Dale Miller.
Double-Stop Fiddle Licks. Double-stop fiddle licks. By Glenn Weiser.
Toccata. Toccata by J.S. Bach, transcribed by Philip Hii. By Mark L. Small.
Classical Standards. By Michael John Simmons.
Goya Guitars. By George Gruhn.
Pianists' Envy. By Stephen Dick.
Banjoizing a Guitar. By Richard Johnston.
1932 Gelas Hawaiian. By Francois Charle.