Saying Goodbye To A Legend – Chris Squire of YES!
Chris Squire was one of my inspirations as a young musician. This tune showcases his groundbreaking style in the 1970’s. One of the all time best.
Friday Night Tunes – Rickie Lee Jones “The Last Chance Texaco” Live
Friday Night Tunes – Peter Gabriel and Kate Bush “Don’t Give Up”
Morning Music – Getting Funky with S.M.V.
I’m working on a project with the drummer in this video, Derico Watson. He also plays with Victor Wooten’s Band and other jazz greats. One of the best drummers around.
Morning Music – Dedicated to Glenn Greenwald
She is one of my favorite artists, Rickie Lee Jones. This song – “Ugly Man” – was written about President George W. Bush, but I’m dedicating it to my new friend Glenn Greenwald, who has inspired me to write a lot more about him. Thanks Glenn…
Considering the fact that Glenn Greenwald trusted Bush going into Iraq, it seems appropriate.
Morning Has Broken At Extreme Liberal’s Blog
A little classic music for a beautiful day.
In Honor Of Stevie Wonder’s 61st Birthday – Pastime Paradise
I saw Stevie Wonder in concert in Detroit many years ago. A 3 hour concert that was actually recorded for Showtime, they recorded 2 shows and cut it together from the two shows. Enjoy Stevie on this beautiful Friday.
Musical Interlude – The One And Only Regi Wooten!
These are some promo videos I made for a guitar instructional DVD that I directed and edited, my brother Rod and Regi produced it. Regi is the oldest of the Wooten Brothers. His brother Victor plays bass (he more than just plays it) with Bela Fleck and the Flecktones. If you love guitar, you will love this. He is absolutely amazing and one of the nicest guys you’ll ever meet. He performs in Nashville regularly and is going on tour in May. Enjoy Reginald Elijah Wooten, “the Teacha”…
This is the official trailer for the instructional DVD.
The next two are just short promos with some amazing playing. The DVD is available to purchase at www.regiwooten.com.