Added on 08-Oct-2005
Hammer To Fall, Brian May Harmonies Bonus CD, Guitar Transcription, Brian At Riffathon Finale, 9/05 Guitarist Magazine Hits USAThe September 2005 issue of Guitarist Magazine which just hit the USA features in the magazine, guitar transcriptions to Queen's Hammer To Fall, and a Brian May style harmonies technique, both which you play along to with the accompanying free bonus CD which has the same tracks on it.
This issue also has a very nice article with photos of Brian May at the 2005 Riffathon Finale.
Page 175 Intro Contents. See Page 176 ''Classic Track-Hammer To Fall. Queen. From 1984's ''The Works'' album, this is one of Queen's finest anthems.'' Also, See Page 194 ''Rock Licks. Brian May Style Harmony. We look at Brian May in the second part of our series on harmony.''
Pages 176-186 ''Classic Queen Track-Hammer To Fall.'' Guitar Transcription Tracks 16-18 On CD
''With the hit laden album ''The Works'', Queen were back on top form just in time for Live Aid'' Color photo of Queen's ''The Works'' album and color photo of Brian May playing his Red Special circa mid 1980's. Caption ''One of the songs that put Queen back on track and demonstrated May's superb guitar work.'' Side bar article/history about ''The Works'' and ''Hammer To Fall''.
Pages 194-195 ''Rock Licks-Brian May'' Guitar Transcription
Tracks 27-33 on CD
''In the second part of our harmony series, we look at the inventive technique of Queen's Brian May. Color photo of Queen's ''Greatest Hits'' album. Color photo of Brian May playing his Red Special circa 2005. Caption ''Brian May's original compositional approach helped to make Queen one of rock's greats.'' Side Bar article discussing and praising Brian's approach of arranging and orchestrating.
Page 20 ''Rock and Roll Rules At Riffathon 2005 Contest Live Final''
Article discussing this year's Riffathon finale and winner, with guest judges including, Brian May!!!! as well as Jimmy Page and The Darkness's Dan Hawkins.
3 Color Photos of Brian, with the other guest judges, Jimmy Page, Dan Hawkins, and...one of the photos Brian poses with place winner Henry Colberne, another photo Brian poses with winner, Martin Tompkins.