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Lick Library: Learn To Play Jaco Pastorius


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Media: DVD (Region 0)
Arrangement: Bass Guitar (BGTR)
Artist: Jaco Pastorius
Series: Lick Library
Catalogue #: RDR0054
ISBN: 5060088821305
This Item Earns 48 Musicroom Points

Description

Learn five tracks note for note with Phil Williams. This excellent DVD will teach you tracks and techniques from one of the most hugely influential bass players of our time. Track lessons include:
  • Birdland
  • Teen Town
  • Portrait Of Tracy
  • Come On Come Over
  • A Remark You Made


Phil Williams is a highly sought after freelance bass player, writer and teacher. He has played and toured with many well known bands and artists as diverse as Gary Barlow, Roger Daltrey and Keith Emerson to name just a few. His playing can be heard on numerous film and TV soundtracks.



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A Remark You Made
Birdland
Come On Come Over
Portrait Of Tracy
Teen Town

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Sales Rank: Not specified
Published on: 30/04/2007
Format: Instrumental Tutor
Length: Not specified
Language: English
Publisher: Roadrock International
Author: Phil Williams

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