- SKU: 14341358
- Release Date: 10/01/2004
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David Cohen, an original member of the 1960s group Country Joe and the Fish, has played piano with many other notable performers and groups since that time. He's lent his talents to the Blues Project, Mick Taylor, the Luther Tucker Blues Band, Elvin Bishop, Melvin Van Peebles, Johnny Winter, and even the late Jimi Hendrix. During this first video of a three-part series, Cohen concentrates on teaching students basic aspects of music theory, 12-bar blues form, scales, intros, turnarounds, and endings. He also demonstrates how to play with shuffle and straight-time rhythms, triplets, quintuplets, and other special techniques. Though mainly designed for students interested in learning how to play the blues, this video contains many techniques that would be useful to those learning rock & roll or boogie woogie piano music. ~ Elizabeth Smith, Rovi
Blues Piano, Vol. 2: Learning Blues Piano
David Cohen, the highly talented pianist who has played with such performers as Huey Lewis, Mick Taylor, Elvin Bishop, and others, returns with added instructions for students trying to master blues piano skills. Cohen focuses on teaching viewers how to handle shuffle and straight-time rhythms, intros, endings, and turnarounds. He also discusses various aspects of music and shows students how to master basic improvisation techniques. Those without basic piano playing skills should start with the first video in this three-part series. ~ Elizabeth Smith, Rovi