making this month’s mag
TG’s tuition editor has all of Stevie Ray Vaughan’ s studio albums in his CD collection as well as a couple of live releases too. So, it’s fair to say that he’s a fan. “I’ve never quite managedtomaster PrideAndJoy though,” says Chris. “Stevie’s feel is just so slick.” Get back to the drawing board with this month’ s tab on p60 then, Chris.
After returning from his grunge pilgrimage to a very rainy Seattle, Mike spent days on end re-assessing the back catalogue of Billy Corgan for this month’s Back Track, before joining fellow C organ it es S tu and Rob to watch them an himself perform a host of Pumpkins classic sat the launch of his Yamaha L J 16 BC. Ace!
Rob’s been like a frenzied badger digging a sett this month… but with guitar features. He met his guitar idol Tony Iommi to talk Sabbath (p36), visited contemporary British rock fire brand Jamie Len man a this home(p 42) and talked to two young guitar fans hoping to make a living out of their hobby (p32).