Traveling from vintage guitar shops in Brooklyn to iconic recording studios and legendary music venues around the world, guitar legend Alex Skolnick explores the work of renowned musicians through commentary, conversation, and live performance. Follow @moodsandmodes on Instagram for updates.
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In this first episode of 2024, Alex welcomes a trio of guests who are among the most important and influential players of electric guitar - Joe Satriani, Steve Vai, and Eric Johnson. They are also the original lineup of the iconic G3, a tour organize... more
Legendary bassist Stu Hamm joins Alex on this episode to talk about Hold Fast, Stu’s latest album, on which Alex is a featured player. Recorded in Estonia during Stu’s Bass Oasis, the two discuss the tracks on the album, the role of bass in musical c... more
On this episode, renowned guitarist and improviser Adam Levy joins Alex at a cafe in Brooklyn to talk about the incredible list of artists he’s worked with, including Norah Jones, Tracy Chapman, and Ani DiFranco. The two discuss his approach to playi... more
Finally, a real guitar show.
Alex’ work is second to none and is an incredibly versatile guitarist in the trickiest genres there are. What he delivers here is a fabulous insight into music per-se using guitar as a vessel to shine a light on the very best of musicianship in others, without the need to focus on his own achievements. This is a must-subscribe resource.
Alex guides you through the world of guitars and more through his very unique lens. He is articulate, thoughtful and enthusiastic. His deep love for the guitar and the people who inhabit this landscape is infectious. I met Alex one night at the Triple Door in Seattle when his Trio was playing. We spoke after the show, and he is as friendly as you would expect after listening to these episodes. Greetings from Australia, thanks for the fantastic podcast Alex!
I really liked the Pat Met interview. However..when i hear the Voice of the interviewer more than the person being interviewed i always take one star away. And if the subject is PM two.
I’m a big Alex Skolnick fan and have been for years, so I was excited to hear that he was producing a podcast. I think it is really well done and his subject matter is always entertaining. The only complaint I have is that he kills the flow of each episode by breaking into what he calls “housekeeping”, where he changes the subject completely to mention tour dates or current events, etc., before picking up where he left off with the subject. I just wish he would do all of this at the beginning li... more
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Moods & Modes launched 4 years ago and published 51 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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