Soulful Productions

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I have often dreamed of creating educational resources for church musicians to learn how to play in gospel, funk, jazz, R&B, or Latin styles. I was not aware that resources like this already exist. I stumbled on this website this week. These musicians are really impressive, and after watching some of the demos, I even began to get a little discontent with not having brilliant musicians like this to play with (no offence NCF folks; they are just that good!) The DVDs are a little too expensive for me to justify purchasing them for our church. Besides, they are also a little too advanced to be of much use for the average volunteer musicians. But maybe some of you out there would like to commit to taking your playing to another level and would benefit from dropping $30 to have one of these DVDs at home.
Also, check out the samples of Phil Lassiters CDs which are available on the website as well. As Kool and the Gang so eloquently put it, Cant get enough of that funky stuff.

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  1. #1 by katiek on March 31, 2006 - 2:46 pm

    maybe you could request the DVD’s at your library at school? I mean super helpful, and librarians are always up for a challenge!

  2. #2 by Dad on April 6, 2006 - 6:45 am

    Philip came to the Global Worship Conference. He left the keyboard DVD for us to peruse. He left the next morning because of the small enrollment, but was courteous.
    Dad

  3. #3 by kirk on April 6, 2006 - 2:49 pm

    Ah knowd awd seen him somewheres a-fore

  4. #4 by Rhett on April 7, 2006 - 8:57 am

    We feel that our DVDs do target the average church musician and take them beyond average playing concepts. For example, with guitar, we start with strumming patterns, holding the pick, and easier styles.
    In regards to cost, this is subjective. They’re much lower in cost when compared to similar products at http://www.gospelkeyboard.com or http://www.worshipmusic.com
    Nice review though.
    Rhett

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