Brian Tarquin: shred zeppelin tribute and guitar masters

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Yeah two cool guitar driven albums “Guitar Masters VOl. 1” and ”Get the Led Out- A tribute to Led Zeppelin.” The Zeppelin album is all instrumental and includes some vintage Jimmy Page tracks. Both are full on incredible tracks done by some amazing players.

1. B Fingers - John Paul Jones (Led Zeppelin) featuring Trey Gunn
2. 54-46 Was My Number - Toots & the Maytals featuring Jeff Beck
3. I Wish - Zakk Wylde & Randy Coven
4. Unleash the Beast - Billy Sheehan
5. Hair - Stanley Clarke featuring Joe Satriani
6. Minute Mouse – Steve Morse & Randy Coven
7. Skippy - Allan Holdsworth & David Hines
8. Rumba - Marcus Nand
9. Shenandoah - Will Ray
10. Picture of a Purple Sky - Steve Booke
11. Frankenstein - Doug Stapp
12. The Nag - John Scofield
13. Jack Hammer - Brian Tarquin
14. What Can I Say - Carl Tosten
15. Space Talk - James Ryan
16. Stay With Me - Martin Winch
17. Kruununvuori - Jason Carter
18. Zero Gravity - Doug Doppler

1. Whole Lotta Love - Chris Mahoney
2. Moby Dick - Randy Coven featuring Leslie West
3. Four Sticks - Howard Hart
4. Dazed & Confused - Brian Tarquin
5. Immigrant Song - Greg Rapaport
6. Kashmir - Martin Winch
7. The Battle Of Evermore - Steve Bingham
8. Black Dog - James Ryan
9. D'yer Mak'er - Larry Van Fleet
10. Babe I'm Gonna Leave You - Hal Lindes
11. Friends - Steve Booke
12. All My Love - Doug Doppler

13. Thumping Beat - Jimmy Page
14. ‘Cause I Love You - Jimmy Page
15. Wailing Sounds - Jimmy Page
16. Burn Up - Jimmy Page

Studio videos

Dazed & Confused by Brian Tarquin

Check this video for some cool playing!

Brian Tarquin Live in Dallas

Jack Hammer - Brian Tarquin

Ghost Dance
Digital Release available on iTunes
Release date: August 21, 2007

“Cosmopolitan flair is reminiscent of guitarists Lee Ritenour and Brian Hughes, with a tincture of Steely Dan.” -JAZZIZ Magazine

“Tarquin's delivery, though detailed, remains melodic and never ventures into the abstract. Although his acid jazz is a gentler breed of fusion. Tarquin plays with a fleet-fingered, smooth style which floats across freewheeling pieces…” - JazzTimes

“Tarquin redefines cosmopolitan jazz with an up-to-date sound that continues to expand the smooth jazz genre.” -R&R Magazine

“His debut album, Ghost Dance, introduced audiences to a seamless, guitar-driven blend of jazz, pop and world music.” -SESAC Focus Magazine