Being Norwegian Terje has always been my #1 guitar hero. And besides heritage I just dig his style. It speaks to me. I was fortunate enough to be at the recording of the tribute record thanks to my dear friend Henry Kaiser. Those names may not all ring a bell to you but they're big in Norway...
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11 episodes up and 1 more posting this weekend with Jeremy Spencer.
Lots of good stuff (I hope!) with Sonny Landreth, Johnny Hiland, Jack Pearson, Debashish, Al Perkins, etc.
There will be a new one every month. I have over 30 interviews done and more on the way.
British Audio in Nashville do the mods for those that don't want to do it themselves (which I don't recommend unless your particularly handy) and I manufacture and distribute the mods. If you have a PCM42 we can add the mod boards to it. They are Gary approved and endorsed and I'm the...
Yup, that's the PCM42 with the Gary Hall mods I manufacture and distribute.
In fact, it was Henry and Mr. Torn who sent me on this journey.
I respect Henry more than any other musician I know and work with. He's not for everybody maybe but I think he's 'effin brilliant and a very dear friend.
Just interviewed Sonny and David Tronzo for my slide book research and podcast. Sonny put Tronzo and myself together. Here's David, next episode will probably be Sonny. Hope you don't mind:
I don't know if Sonny is the best (that's a hard call) but his technique is certainly amazing and admirable.
I'm writing a book on slide guitar (interviews with players and their technique, tools, etc.) and hope to talk with him.
His Truefire lessons are great. That behind the slide fretting is...
Was supposed to drive to Cincy for yesterday's show but got a session, which is cool, but bummed. Will try to make it to Atl if I can next Sunday.
BTW-The new Snake Oil David produced is fabulous as well.
I had a most hilarious phone conversation once with Mr. Parks. I swear I needed a translator but I enjoyed it thoroughly. The project didn't happen we spoke about but it was cool nonetheless. Nice guy.