Can’t Stop, Oh No by Raz Rassel. This is a power ballad recorded on an old-school 4track cassette multi-track recorder in 1993. This is before Auto-tune. I used a Digitech Vocalist for backing vocals, which was one of the first vocal harmonizers released commercially. The guitar used was my 1987 Kramer Focus 3000 (which I still have) on a Marshall JCM 800 and a custom Fender 4×12 speaker cabinet (which I also still have).
Motivated is a Progressive Rock instrumental by Raz Rassel. Raz recorded this instrumental in 1995, using the ‘Raz Strat’ (a hot-rodded 1972 Fender Stratocaster body with a 1992 Warmoth scalloped neck), a Marshall JCM 800 amplifier through a Fender Bassman 4×12 speaker cabinet, and a Tom Scholz Rockman.
Doom March is a hard rock electric guitar instrumental by Raz Rassel. The music was recorded with the intent of adding vocals at a later date. Raz credits the guitar influence to Van Halen, Ozzy and, Yngwie Malmsteen. Raz recorded this song in 2001 using a 2000 Ibanez Joe Satriani JS1000 electric guitar and an…
Raz Rassel covers the 1983 Krokus hit, Screaming in the Night, which was on the Billboard Rock chart for 12 weeks and peaked at #21. To record this song, Raz used a 1976 Gibson SG Standard electric guitar on an Orange Rockerverb 50 MKII tube amplifier with an Orange 2×12 closed-back speaker cabinet.
Raz Rassel covers Don’t Go, the 1981 radio song by Judas Priest. To record this song, Raz used a 1973 Gibson Les Paul Custom electric guitar on an Orange Rockerverb 50 MKII tube amplifier with an Orange 2×12 closed-back speaker cabinet.
A hard rock electric guitar instrumental by Raz Rassel. To record this song, Raz used a 2000 Ibanez Joe Satriani JS1000 electric guitar and an Marshall JCM 800 amp and a 4×12 closed back speaker cabinet.
Breaking Wind is an original Heavy Metal recording by Raz Rassel. When I started writing and recording the heavy metal song Breaking Wind, I heard the sound of Black Sabbath in my head. Tony Iommi is one of my favorite guitarists. Not so much for his guitar solos, but for his chord progressions and guitar…