Guitar Resources by Eric Stanbrough

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  1. This is an amazing live album. Eric plays incredibly, and shows his influences including an obvious Scott Henderson influence. Eric's Playing dives deeper into jazz than ever, and he isn't as much of a perfectionist. This album is recomended for everyone.
    Recordings: Blues · 2151 Hits · Posted on 11/3/2000 by Eric Stanbrough (1108)
  2. Ah Via Musicom by Eric Johnson (5.0 Stars · 3 Reviews)
    This has some great playing on it, from the memorable fingerbuster "Cliffs of Dover" to some other great tunes, while I don't like his voice, I prefer his guitar playing, and there is plenty of it on this album from the guitar genius.
    Recordings: Rock/Pop · 2182 Hits · Posted on 4/23/2000 by Eric Stanbrough (1108)
  3. This is an amazing example of a killer power trio band that can jam all night, and they have a great selection of guests, they have some really long jams on the second disk, this is a great band.
    Recordings: Rock/Pop · 3068 Hits · Posted on 2/27/2000 by Eric Stanbrough (1108)
  4. Total Electric Guitar by Eric Johnson (5.0 Stars · 3 Reviews)
    Eric Johnson giving a great lesson on his influences and ther styles and how he used their techniques and styles to form an amalgamation of his own style.
    Videos: Instructional · 3608 Hits · Posted on 12/27/1999 by Eric Stanbrough (1108)
  5. Greatest Hits from the legendary late blues guitarist, Stevie Ray Vaughan. The tracks on this CD are compiled from all of the other albums Stevie has made.
    Recordings: Blues · 2073 Hits · Posted on 12/18/1999 by Eric Stanbrough (1108)
  6. In Session by Albert King & Stevie Ray Vaughan (5.0 Stars · 5 Reviews)
    King and Vaughan just jamming their heads off. Amazing guitar playing on some King tunes and Vaughan tunes as well as some standards. King even plays some rhythm guitar which is uncommon for him.
    Recordings: Blues · 957 Hits · Posted on 12/18/1999 by Eric Stanbrough (1108)
  7. I liked their playing, they played beautifully, and they didn't have to play a million notes to say what they were trying to say. I loved the melody on "The Birds and The Bees" and their interpretation of "Summertime". The improv tunes were cool.
    Recordings: Jazz · 938 Hits · Posted on 12/16/1999 by Eric Stanbrough (1108)