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Rockschool

Synopsis

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Sixth of eight programmes on making music in a rock band. Presenters
Deirdre Cartwright (guitar) Alastair Gavin (keyboards) Geoff Nicholls (drums) and Henry Thomas (bass) look at two-handed keyboard playing technique and co-ordination; rock 'n' roll and boogie-woogie piano styles; the rhythmic relationship between drums and bass and guitar and keyboards in reggae and HM; the need for dynamics and space in your music; what you don't play can be as important as what you do. Comments from
Selwyn Brown of Steel Pulse and the one-and-only Jools Holland. Production assistant
ADELE RAWNSLEY
Produced by CHRIS LENT (R) (e)

Contributors

Guitar: Deirdre Cartwright
Guitar: Alastair Gavin
Unknown: Geoff Nicholls
Bass: Henry Thomas
Unknown: Selwyn Brown
Unknown: Jools Holland.
Unknown: Adele Rawnsley
Produced By: Chris Lent

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