Issue Type: Monthly Issue
Publication Name: Guitar Player
Publication Year: 1981
Special Issue with 176 pages.
VOLUME 15 No. 7.
STYX. With their previous three LP's reaching
triple-platinumstatus and their latest release.
PARADISE THEATER, dominating the charts, Styx
is one of America's most popular bands.
Guitarists James Young and Tommy Shaw, along
with bassist Chuck Panozzo, talk about their
musical evolutions and Styx 11-year rise from
Chicago's South Side to the world's most
DICK DALE. His 1961 hit "Let's Go Trippin'"
set the pace, and by 1963 Life Magazine pro
claimed him "the chief purveyor of an ear-
splitting noise called surfing music. Brought
back by popular demand. "The King of
the Surf Guitar"
VILLA-LOBOS. Perhaps the most influential
20th-century composer for classical guitar , the
late Brazilian mster, Heitor Villa-Lobos, also
did much to further his county's musical edu
cation, and his patriotic fervor was exceeded
only by his expansive harmonic sensibility.
VILLA-LOBOS' PRELUDE No. 1. This companion
piece to the Villa-Lobos biography finds classical
artist and Guitar Player columnist Michael
Lorimer analyzing the playing techniques and
idiomatic devices common to the Prelude No. 1.
SOLOING.. What makes a good guitar solo ?
Taken from hundreds of opinions voiced during
GP's 15-year history, this month's installment
considers the approaches and philosophies of
Santana, Clapton, McLauglin, Beck, Van Halen
Ellis, Bloomfield, Roberts, Townshend, Richards
and 30 others.
And much more...
This magazine has 176 pages and
is in very good condition.