I've professionally performed pretty much everything but. Though, being classically trained made it easy to play all the other genres. I've been playing for more than five decades, diligently practicing the entire time. You mentioned thrash metal above, and along those lines I have a great deal of fondness for playing 'neoclassical metal'.I love classical guitar!
That is amazing! I am going to have to let my son - the Metal enthusiast - know of this one.One notable exception that has vocals on it, that I listen to a lot for relaxation is an album by an Estonian band called Rondellus - The album is called 'Sabbatum' and it consists of Black Sabbath songs, played on medieval instruments and has all of the lyrics translated into latin and sang in a choral, or Gregorian chant style.
Einar IS the frontman of Wardruna. He also used to be the drummer for Gorgoroth - a black metal band.That Viking track reminds of the style Einar Selvik does or is that him as well, I think it is !
I'm not sure offhand, would that be classed as Lounge Jazz?!Hey Jas ( @JasKinasis ) , you may know the answer to this question; is there a name or genre for the type of smooth jazz one might hear in a club, bar room, dance hall, etc.? I would like to find some with a female vocalist and a 'laid back' easy going, "smooth" sound. I have some of what is categorized as "smooth jazz" but that's not quite what I am looking for. I would describe it for you but I don't know what to call it - hence the question!
That Rondellus album truly is something special. I've been listening to this since it first came out in 2003!That is amazing! I am going to have to let my son - the Metal enthusiast - know of this one.
I listened to Black Sabbath back when I was a kid and I try to keep up with whatever my son happens to like at the moment.