Robert Fripp, Rik Emmett, Steve Morse, Shawn Lane, Gary Moore, Knopfler, Duane & Gregg, Kiko Loureiro, Billy Corgan, Johnny Winter, Elvis...
Hopefully not play any of the "blues" songs from Rattle & Hum (When Love Came to Town, Angel of Harlem...).
Same doc, I think.
Excerpt I did read was informed and told the story re: Bowie era honestly.
The JP version was a very respectful tribute to Greeny, as was Santana's Black Magic Woman.
Just the Same - Gentle Giant
Anonymous II - Focus
s/t - UK
Heavy Horses - Jethro Tull
Phasors on Stun - FM
Didn't Ted Nugent tour a band w/ four guitarists? Short-lived, not well-received, Nugent + 3 brothers and rhythm section? Never saw it, but did...
Long-time mate Gary Husband was the drummer in Level 42 at the time, so likely on his rec. Also, previous guitarist Alan Murphy was a Holdsworth...
Yup. Lovepedal Eternity for me.
Only problem w/ more recent Blackbyrd and Hampton is the heavy gain and effects tones they gravitate towards. Prefer their tones from earlier...
All black AH Special humbucking bridge pickup pulled from a mid-1980's Allan Holdsworth AH-10 signature Ibanez guitar. Two rows of adjustable...
Some pics in this CDN Kijiji ad:
This is the neodymium version of Eminence's EM12 speaker, a nod to the classic Electro-Voice EVM12L.
200 watts, 8 ohms, remarkably light, musical...
I'll go w/ Burning Sky - a record that classic rock radio hasn't ruined.
More of a Free fan, but Bad Co. were pretty solid up through then....
Wonderful... Joe respectfully into lotsa heavy cats...
Richie had a great voice. Always dug this:
Live w/ Tony Levin on bass:
Been around for ages - played in a Canadian band named Frozen Ghost decades back.
Saw the tour - was fun, even w/ Gillan looking goofy w/ a bad haircut. I really thought Ritchie checked out of playing well from about Straight...
Was going to suggest just this!!!
Awesome band and gorgeous guitar textures. But, generally the work of a few players not just the great RS.
It's a pretty silly record, though among Paul's finest.
Still have it on original Apple vinyl - like Band on the Run - but haven't listened in...
Bluesy for Greeny was very respectfully done.
And - of course - HUGE props to Rudolph Schenker. One of the most distinctive rhythm guitar styles/tones, well, ever!
Backing tracks an epidemic. Used to be prohibited in the days when the Musicians Union was strong.
Wasn't that long ago that Milli Vanilli was...
But Glenn always the standout for me.