Terry Bozio playing a drum solo live.
I have changed the godfather music with my comment. I played that solo with a Jackson DK2S.
Me playing "Nothing Else Matters" solo... This is part no. 6 of this song's lesson!!!
Ken playing Nightwish Easy solo on his guitar.
Alter Bridge and Ex-Creed guitarist Mark Tremonti doing an awesome solo which transitions to the song Down to My Last (not shown).
this was live at GreenField Festival (26-06-2005) Interlaken, Svizzera.
A live guitar solo by instrumental guitarist Randy Ellefson from the song "Legends"
A live guitar solo by instrumental guitarist Randy Ellefson, of the song "Some Things Are Better Left Unsaid".
A live video of instrumental guitarist Randy Ellefson playing a guitar solo from the song "A Trill A Minute"
this is my first solo, this is C172, in Arish iternational airport
Singer/songwriter Assaf Seewi presenting some amazing grooves and tricks...drum solo paying tribute to Buddy Rich Dave Weckl Steve Gadd Dennis Chambers Mike Portnoy Vinnie Colaiuta Neil Peart Joey Jordison Tony Royster Jr Thomas Lang...
A guy doing an incredible beatbox solo.
ProXcore Aazzing!!! Guy freakin shreds solo on all 22 frets and four strings. Yngwie Malmsteens ain't got nothin on this guy!
airport tradition to drop oil after the first solo flight this is me in my baptism
Tarek HANNA on drums goes for a cool solo and Rami maalouf give his flute solo a oriental aroma... this in AUB university Beirut, Lebanon, (Latin Bouquet performance)
jazz saxophonist Tevet Sela / www.tevetsela****
Tevet Sela is a virtuoso saxophonist and composer, and one of Israel's most prominent musicians. Over the last years, Tevet has been leading his own quartet, which exclusively performs his music.
In his repertoire, Tevet weaves together elements of soulful Jazz-funk with African and Middle Eastern music. Tevet's style of music came from him being exposed at an early age to the rich blend of cultures found in Israeli society, ranging from Jewish to North African music, and from Middle Eastern to Western music. This singular mix of influences characterizes Tevet's instantly recognizable and individual style.
Tevet, who is also a bassist, has an extraordinary sense of rhythm manifested by his ability to transform the saxophone into a rhythm instrument and to combine his tight rhythmic lines as an integral part of the rhythm section. This rhythmic approach, along with Tevet's song oriented compositions, makes for a complete and satisfying experience.
Tevet started playing classical piano at the age of 7. When he was 12 he began playing the saxophone and his interest in Jazz started to grow. At the age of 16 he started to compose his own music and began his professional musical career. Tevet soon became a much sought after session player, playing at the house bands of the most popular Israeli television shows as well as contributing solos for soundtracks and artists releases, both in Israel and abroad.
Tevet, who is also a graduate of the prestigious Thelma Yelin School of Arts, has toured in France and the Netherlands as it's big band featured soloist. In addition, Tevet holds a Diploma in music education, and has over the years won several scholarships of the America-Israel cultural fund.
Tevet has enjoyed the Israeli Foreign Ministry's endorsement on several projects such as representing Israel in an international UNICEF benefit concert. This concert was broadcasted from the Netherlands to 35 countries throughout the world and featured international artists such as: David Bowie, Des'ree, Youssou N'doure, Al Jarreau, and more..
In the year 2000 Tevet established his own band and started to record and perform his original compositions. In the spring of 2003 Tevet's debut album 'Tevet Sela' was released and followed by a tour in international jazz festivals and venues, both in Israel and abroad. Tevet's live concerts generate interest and enthusiasm by both European and Israeli audience. His music is frequently played by radio stations around the world including the BBC Radio, and leading Jazz stations in the USA. The Album is nominated for the 'jazz album of the year' and the 'jazz composition of the year' awards at the JPF Music Awards 2006.
"Tevet Sela Quartet presents an intelligent and skillful mix of classical harmonies with a Kleizmer influence and North-African rhythms...An intriguing concert for all who love innovative and exciting jazz"
Time Out, September 2006
"Tevet Sela will undoubtedly be one of the most influential saxophonists of the 21st century"
*******www.saxtalk**** , April 2005
"I'm really impressed by the quality of composition and performanceÂ
his writing is adventurousÂ
I couldn't help comparing his music with that of the Yellow Jackets".
Chris Mann, www.smooth-jazz.de , June 2005
Tevet Sela's music combines classical harmonies with a kleizmer influence and north-African rhythms, and it all blends into a sweet honey-like mixture with a bass-guitar touch. This musical mix is punctuated by Tevet's poignant saxophone, like a surprise chilli in strawberry jam, which doesn't overshadow its color yet keeps generating curiosity and fascinationÂ
Svetlana Kolbanjowa, Kaskad newspaper (Kaliningrad)
drum solo at the peel pub