Having been recently digging deeper into the recording sessions, and armed with the excellent book by Ernst Jorgenson, I wonder what are the major differences between this book and the Joe Tunzi sessions books.
Clearly the issue of J. Tunzi's Sessions 3 is imminent, but maybe those of you who have the previous volume(s) as well as Ernst's could give a comparrison.
Also, was the Sessions 2 book largely different to the first volume. I ask this as it might give some benchmark as to the differences one might expect between volumes 2 and 3.
In short I guess I'm asking - if you have one authors Session Book is it necessary to have both. I'd prefer considered opinions rather than 'They are both great get them' type replies.
Thanks in advance.