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I saw him in 1974 (Marshall Tucker opened) here in Michigan. He was excellent. I remember him turning to his amp and tweaking knobs a few times. A...
I saw him in concert in 1982, it was non-stop energy. The Killer was killer.
Simple Twist of Fate, Shelter From the Storm, I Want You
Jeff Beck or GE Smith
Working up the solo on 'Since I've Been Loving You"
I've always been a Tele owner, as well as a couple Gibsons (335 and LP), for some reason I've never kept a Strat for any length of time. I know...
My 2003 Hohner SE-35[IMG]
Jeez, impossible to pick one. I've probably listened to Armed Forces the most, but his body of work is incredible.
Spirit - Twelve Dreams of Dr. Sardonicus on CD in my car
Playing right now in my room:
I hear a bit of RHCP
Some of the shorter solos I stay very close to the original, if not copy, but some of the longer ones I only play the memorable phrase/signature...
ABB (early ABB), Little Feat from the list.
I saw Wet Willie in 1973 (it may have been 74) and they were great! Soulful southern rock. Name...
I like the looks, but have yet to play one.
Gone too soon. I am glad I got to see The Clash live (in Detroit). From the first album onward, the energy leaps off the record, with London...
I know where I am in relation to the players in my area. It wouldn't ring true for me to be called the best
Yes. The early albums
My favorite of all the ska bands of the era. They were great live as well.
Tea For The Tillerman takes me places
Love and Theft
I played in a band during the 80's with a keyboardist on a B3. It was heavy, but two guys could heft it up into the van. It was worth it!
Gregory Alan Isakov