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Guitar Portraits [DVD] [2004] [Region 1] [NTSC]


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The Music And Thoughts Of Buster Miller, Stefan Grossman And John Miller, Arranged For DVD. Country, Folk, Blues And Jazz Fingerstyle Guitar At Its Best.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Buster B. Jones, Stefan Frossman, John Miller Guitar Portraits. 3 Aug. 2011
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Thought originaly, that all three might be discussing music and ideas together and performing and sharing tunes together. But all are treated seperately. This is quite ok. Buster comes first and I knew nothing of him to begin with. He's an absolute machine of course and very interesting particularly his Merl Travis, Chet Atkins and Jerry Reed demo. Wonder if Buster is familiar with our incredible machine from Australia ie Tommy Emannuel?

Stefan Grossman has performed and talked about his influences and particular pieces he plays throughout his whole output in recording and instructional catalogue over the years, so nothing was new coming from him. Still, for those not familiar with Grossman, they will get much from his discussion and performance pieces. Apart from his great Blues For the Mann piece which is his most difficult offering, he plays well within himself and on such a DVD as this, that is not a bad thing.
John Miller like Grossman presents with restraint in his offering. But his contribution like Grossman's is no less inspiring and interesting for guitarists and enthusiasts. As said elswhere, he's an absolute champion of his craft.
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