played standards with Doc Severinsen as a duo, just trumpet and myself on guitar as a rehearsal for a gig (which was with a full band) was pretty...
Been going through a serious Wes phase, can't get over how hauntingly beautiful his tone is too, hollow, fat and primal..
Diamond Dogs and Blackstar
The video title says Oct 26th
No more boring predictability imo, he seems to have upped his songwriting since moving to Nashville. Cant wait to hear what's next on the album!...
click on his face, there's no actual button, the songs should show up
wow, those 30 sec clips sound great! his move to nashville certainly has helped move his songwriting / production to a new place. Glad to see him...
^^ you're right, pretty unprecedented for a final for a game violation for calling the ump a "thief". The ump needed to be a little wiser in this...
I just downloaded it last night, going to list to it today..
Ha! I'm trying to scour iTunes right now for it.. I want to know too.
So fresh and interesting, his sense of time, harmony and melody is something else!
crazy.. just delicious playing..
Here's an interesting story, when Allan Holdsworth passed, I was quite emotionally undone, was listening to "Metal Fatigue" over and over, even...
Great amp! You'll love it... i have a '64
Well, I've been listening to it all afternoon after reading this thread, well.. it's an amazing conceived and executed album, Love it! The song...
Honestly, it really captures the vibe of the Blue Line era, there is a great synergy between the JB bridge and the Spruce top, it really sweetens...
Love Kamasi, I'm glad he's forging his own distinct style. The Epic was great as was "Harmony of Difference"
yikes! not a good ad for bludotone
Blessings on you Joe, get well soon!
nothing like an old Fender...
1 electric and 4 amps :stir