Tommy Tedesco's Studio Log, January 1979
May 13 2013 1:07PM
Tedesco's joke gets out of control when he starts faking mistakes on the theme to "Davy Crockett."
Tommy Tedesco's Studio Log, May 1979
May 7 2013 1:43PM
Tedesco spices up a track with some jazzy playing on a 4-string banjo
Tommy Tedesco's Studio Log, September 1978
Apr 17 2013 1:40PM
Tedesco forms a jazz group, makes an album, and hones his ability to play in odd time
Tommy Tedesco's Studio Log, July 1978
Apr 15 2013 1:56PM
Tedesco offers some strategies for dealing with music that looks to be "unplayable"
Tommy Tedesco's Studio Log, May 1978
Apr 5 2013 2:37PM
A live gig at the Baked Potato in Hollywood helps Tedesco clear his head from 20 years of studio work
Tommy Tedesco's Studio Log, February 1978
Apr 1 2013 4:29PM
Tedesco discusses the importance of knowing what to leave out when tackling a tough piece of music
Tommy Tedesco's Studio Log, November 1977
Mar 27 2013 2:44PM
Tedesco fakes some oud parts on a nylon-string guitar for the TV show "Baretta" in this Studio Log from November 1977
Tommy Tedesco's Studio Log, October 1977
Mar 25 2013 2:53PM
In this October 1977 Studio Log, Tedesco gets a Dan Armstrong Orange Squeezer compressor and rocks out on three Awards shows
Kerry Marshall Jr. on Winning Strange Arrange 2012
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Ian Neville on Getting Funky
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Warren Haynes Is a Man In Motion
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Steve Cropper on the 5 Royales
Feb 13 2012 12:00AM
When Steve Cropper was in high school, he was a huge fan of the 5 Royales and their guitarist, Lowman Pauling, covering their tunes and being influenced by Pauling’s hip, minimalist style.
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Jul 1 2010 1:00AM
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Mark Whitfield On Delivering On Live TV
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