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Amazing documentary ‘Jason Becker: Not Dead Yet’ to be released on DVD December 18th, bonus scenes part of new issue of Guitar Interactive online magazine (video)

by on Dec.01, 2012, under CD/DVD RELEASES, LINKS, ROCK NEWS, VIDEO

Amazing documentary ‘Jason Becker: Not Dead Yet’ to be released on DVD December 18th, bonus scenes part of new issue of Guitar Interactive online magazine (video)

The documentary film 'Jason Becker: Not Dead Yet' wil be released on December 18th. Watch the trailer below and check out the latest issue of Guitar Interactive online magazine for two exclusive scenes from the movie.

The world premiere of "Jason Becker: Not Dead Yet", took place this past March 3rd at the Cinequest film festival in San Jose, California at the San Jose Repertory Theatre, with Not Dead Yet" winning two awards at at the Cinequest: Audience Award for Best Documentary and the Special Jury Prize for Documentary.


Jason Becker, a onetime guitar prodigy first known as part of the metal duo Cacophony, was diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS, aka Lou Gehrig's Disease) at age 20, shortly after joining David Lee Roth's band for the gold-selling 1991 album "A Little Ain't Enough". Although the disease robbed him of his ability to play guitar — and eventually left him both paralyzed and unable to speak — Becker continues to compose music with the help of computers, collaborators, and a system of communication using eye movements that was devised by his father Gary.

Even after his once prodigious axe skills left him, Jason's music continued to earn the respect of his peers. Joe Satriani called 2001's "Perspectives" — Jason's first recorded work after losing his motor functions (originally self-released in 1996) — "a triumphantly powerful and beautiful album." Fellow virtuosos joined the chorus of praise, including Steve Vai, who said, "Jason has discovered a brilliant source of inspiration within himself. His deep soul searching has resulted in a body of music that reveals courage and insight and is deeply moving."

Jason's original partner in Cacophony, Marty Friedman added, "To call Jason a genius is an understatement. He doesn't cater to trend, target audiences, marketing gimmicks or anything like that. He plays out the emotions from his heart and makes real music that is a salute to the human spirit. Jason is a prodigy and on 'Perspectives' he realizes his miraculous potential."

Jason's amazing story is told through interviews, never-before-seen archive footage of his performances; as well as unreleased family photos and footage from the Becker archives. The soundtrack is comprised of Jason's released and unreleased material including demos from his childhood and new material he has been working on. The film was shot using a combination of full 1080p HD cameras and 16mm film.

Jason's most recent album, 2008's "Collection", is a mix of old recordings and new compositions, with guest guitar work from Satriani, Vai, Friedman, Michael Lee Firkins, and Greg Howe. Go to for more on Jason.

The latest issue of the great online magazine Guitar Interactive is out and it is completely free. Check out the complete issue #14 here: and scroll to the Jason Becker feature on pages 26-29. The latest issue also features great interviews with Richie Kotzen, Steve Hackett and Andy Fraser, as well as reviews and previews of all the latest and greatest in guitar technology.

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Free discussed using Paul Kossoff hologram for 2012 Olympics in London

by on May.24, 2012, under ROCK NEWS

Free discussed using Paul Kossoff hologram for 2012 Olympics in London

Now that Queen has used a Freddie Mercury hologram at the recent 10th anniversary of the 'We Will Rock You' production in London, there has been other talk of resurrecting another dead rocker.  Free bassist Andy Fraser’s admitted that the band considered doing the same thing for the 2012 Olympics.

Fraser told Classic Rock Magazine that the surviving members of Free, vocalist Paul Rodgers and drummer Simon Kirke, who later formed Bad Company, were approached to play at the opening ceremonies, and one option they considered was using a hologram to replicate guitarist Paul Kossoff, who died in 1976.

“I always figured we would re-marry our ex-wives before getting back together. But the event was such that I felt I should put aside my personal demons,” said Fraser. “We considered many guitarists. I suggested Mark Knopfler, Ron Wood, Dave Gilmour. I was looking into a Kossoff hologram by the Tupac people, so we would actually be playing with his track.”

Thankfully the talks didn’t pan out. Frasier explained, “The million-dollar price tag didn’t go down too well with others — or suggestions about guitarists,” he admitted. “I don’t see it coming together now.”  Good, although I'm sure the holograms are coming! Look out!


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