AH VIA MUSICOM PDF

Album · · 11 Songs. Available with an Apple Music subscription. Try it free. Ah Via Musicom. By Eric Johnson. • 11 songs. Play on Spotify. 1. Ah Via Musicom – Instrumental. 2. Cliffs Of Dover – Instrumental. 3. Eric Johnson – Ah Via Musicom – Music.

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Webarchive template wayback links Articles with hAudio microformats. Johnson muscom in a March interview with Guitar Player magazine that “Steve’s Boogie” is dedicated to Austin -based pedal steel guitarist Steve Hennig, while “Song for George” is dedicated to an year-old guitarist friend of his named George Washington. After he expressed disappointment in the sound quality and mixingit was soon withdrawn by the label after copies were sold.

You learn temperance and it makes you more appreciative of getting to that milestone. Of course, the gift of music only means so much if you can’t pay the bills — but as Johnson continued to point out, no amount of financial reward can really fuel creativity. Views Read Edit View history. Or of what your mental prognosis says a guitar does.

Retrieved from ” https: Records — which itself only started after Johnson’s debut, Seven Worldstumbled into the vaults following a series of contractual disputes. It’s fun, and I’m glad people enjoy it. But even at the peak of his success, he didn’t seem musicpm be all that concerned with fame.

I was really playing at the edge of my ability.

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But if that’s not that, you still always have the music, the gift of the language of music. We’ll use Gregorian chants, whatever, we’ll make a new Yardbirds album.

But just because he already had a lot of the material written, that didn’t mean the recording process was easy. You hopefully get to a point where you can support yourself and record and play music that you want, that you feel and hear. The result was the album that, years after its release, continues to define Johnson’s career — a polished yet fiery collection that runs the gamut from country and jazz “Steve’s Boogie,” “East Wes” to pop vocal numbers “Forty Mile Town,” “Nothing Can Keep Me from You” while still leaving plenty of room for electric guitar heroics.

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So that in itself is enough. Several other songs are dedicated to fellow guitarists: Otherwise you get everything else and the balance isn’t right. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. What ended up shifting Johnson’s recording career into a higher gear was a contract with Cinema, a subsidiary of Capitol, where he found his music in the hands of a supportive staff that simply wanted him to deliver his best stuff, regardless of commercial potential.

One of the unlikelier rock hits of the year, Musicom sold more than half a million copies and netted a Grammy nomination in spite of the fact that it largely consisted of an.

Rock On The Net. Eric Johnson albums albums Capitol Records albums. These songs will never work. Nobody can really take that away.

How Eric Johnson Redefined Rock Guitar With ‘Ah Via Musicom’

Eric Johnson — lead vocals tracks 3, 4, 7, 10guitarpianoelectric sitararrangementengineeringproduction Jody Lazo — vocals tracks 7, 10 Steven Hennig — guitar track 5 Steve Barber — keyboardsynthesizerarrangement Tommy Taylor — drums tracks 1—7, 9—11percussion tracks 4, 7, 10arrangement Paul Bissell — percussion track 1 James Fenner — percussion tracks 10, 11 Roscoe Beck — bass tracks 1, 3, 7, 9, 10arrangement Kyle Brock — bass tracks 2—6, 11arrangement Reggie Witty — bass track 7arrangement Wee Willie — harmonica Vince Mariani — arrangement Richard Mullen — engineering, mixing tracks 4, 7, 8, 10 Chet Himes — engineering Bob Lacivita — engineering Walter New — engineering Dave Parks — engineering Stuart Sullivan — engineering Michael Frondelli — mixing except tracks 4, 8, 10 Bernie Grundman — mastering.

Eric Johnson earned a spot on that distinguished list when he started his professional career in the early ’70s — even if most people didn’t realize it until he released his third album, Ah Via Musicomon Feb.

Billboard [2] and remained on that chart for 60 weeks. And if you can keep that as your compass for the future, you won’t be a slave of what you’ve heard in the past.

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October 1, [3] “Trademark” Released: The moral of the story, as he saw it, is that no matter how talented you are, you’re going to face rejection before you find acceptance.

See the Top Albums of the ’90s. Share on Twitter Share on Facebook. Compounding the long odds against its success was its arrival four long years after Johnson’s previous effort, Tonesfailed to chart. Yet even before he finally achieved mainstream success, Johnson seemed to maintain a positive outlook. The album’s second track and biggest single, “Cliffs of Dover,” hit No. Best Rock Instrumental Performance.

That’s what your reward is in playing in the first place and I really think it has to be. Although that album earned a Grammy nomination of its own for the track “Zap,” it also spelled the end of his one-album relationship with Warner Bros. As Johnson fans are sometimes painfully aware, that didn’t mean he was about to adjust his deliberate speed; over the years, his recording career has been defined by the long gaps between albums almost as much as it has by the music itself. At a time when instrumental rock hits seemed all but extinct, Ah Via Musicom revived them, however briefly, and immediately elevated Johnson to rock star status.

But unlike a lot of the era’s better-known guitarists, playing at the edge of Johnson’s ability didn’t mean playing the fastest, flashiest leads; in fact, he was truly trying to stretch the limits of the instrument, restoring the goosebumps-inducing effect it had before becoming a mainstay on every rock record. I think I’m more of a rock janitor,” laughed Johnson intelling the Los Angeles Times that what he played was “really chicken music.

In what would become a somewhat infamous pattern for Johnson over the ensuing years, he slaved over the Musicom tracks, relentlessly pursuing perfection in terms of sonics as well as performance.