Guitar Resources by Christopher Sung

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  1. Led Zeppelin II by Led Zeppelin (4.9 Stars · 11 Reviews)
    The second album for the fathers of modern hard rock. Bluesy in nature with classic riffs, it's got a lot of your favorites, from "Whole Lotta Love" to "Ramble On".
    Recordings: Rock/Pop · 4747 Hits · Posted on 6/6/1999 by Christopher Sung (9641)
  2. Extensions by Dave Holland (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    Kevin Eubanks lights it up with lightning lines and a liquid tone in this acoustic funk/bop recording with arguably the greatest living upright player, Dave Holland.
    Recordings: Jazz · 1224 Hits · Posted on 6/4/1999 by Christopher Sung (9641)
  3. Hand Jive by John Scofield (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    John and Eddie Harris (of Freedom Jazz Dance fame) really funk it up with some really memorable tunes and great playing.
    Recordings: Jazz · 1976 Hits · Posted on 5/28/1999 by Christopher Sung (9641)
  4. Blue Matter by John Scofield (4.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    One of Sco's first post-Miles albums, it's heavy on the funk and distortion, containing some of his most frenetic and atonal playing.
    Recordings: Jazz · 1837 Hits · Posted on 5/28/1999 by Christopher Sung (9641)
  5. No, it's not a guitar album, but if you're into ragtime, this is a great compendium of the ragtime master, Scott Joplin.
    Recordings: Jazz · 2034 Hits · Posted on 5/28/1999 by Christopher Sung (9641)
  6. Tribal Tech by Tribal Tech (5.0 Stars · 3 Reviews)
    The first Tribal Tech record, this has some of the most burning guitar I've ever heard, and was a huge influence on my playing and approach to music in general.
    Recordings: Jazz · 2380 Hits · Posted on 5/22/1999 by Christopher Sung (9641)
  7. This was the Peppers' third album, and an incredibly funky one. With great tunes like "Funky Crime", "Fight Like a Brave", and "Behind the Sun", this is probably my favorite Chili Peppers' album.
    Recordings: Rock/Pop · 994 Hits · Posted on 5/22/1999 by Christopher Sung (9641)
  8. The Advancing Guitarist by Mick Goodrick (4.8 Stars · 5 Reviews)
    Mick lays out all the groundwork for mastering the fingerboard and the psychology of playing in a deep, informative, but always humorous way.
    Books/Tab: Jazz · 2420 Hits · Posted on 5/20/1999 by Christopher Sung (9641)
  9. The Man with the Horn by Miles Davis (4.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    Early 80's Miles funk record that can be best described in two words - "Mike Stern". This was Mike's first recording with Miles and even though he only plays on one cut, he makes it count
    Recordings: Jazz · 1004 Hits · Posted on 5/14/1999 by Christopher Sung (9641)
  10. Question and Answer by Pat Metheny (4.3 Stars · 4 Reviews)
    This is a straight-ahead type of trio record from Pat with very little effects and bells and whistles. Recorded in just one day, it captures some of the essence of Pat's playing in the early 90's.
    Recordings: Jazz · 2003 Hits · Posted on 5/14/1999 by Christopher Sung (9641)