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Exactly - ever since the late 70's. He felt there was too much else going on the the range where the keyboards and vocal live, so he focuses on...
This thread delivers. Hopefully Ian Anderson will too, one day.
Listen, I'm a big Isbell fan and I love his gear. But volume modulation is called tremolo, not "regular vibrato".
you tell me then, what is "regular vibrato that handles more volume than pitch"
Except the difference between tremolo and vibrato, apparently...
"uh, you know the regular vibrato that handles more volume"...
I like that he uses a 12-string live to emulate his Nashville tunes guitars used in the studio :bonk
That would be pretty solid. Add a pedal steel for country/alt-country
You got me ;)
I ate twenty-four pairs of Blue Oyster Cult tickets last time around. I was this close to working at 7-11.
Got it - thanks!
I thought Yello was lame. I liked these much better
Yep, pretty much defeats the purpose of the thread.
Are you in a cover band?
Get bent :facepalm
X&Y is a very good album, but I still think Rush of Blood is better. Obviously YMMV. It's probably true that, for my tastes, the biggest drop off...
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It's a different sound, but the chords are voiced the same way, and I don't really think it's what the OP is asking about.
Can't say I agree either, but the way he does "Sad Songs And Waltzes", both timing and pitch, makes it impossible to sing harmony along with the...
It's all been downhill since A Rush of Blood To The Head
The thing is that there are several active threads about this already, the thread in the first link is on page one in the Sound Hound Lounge....
I must be the only person in the USA who hasn't heard "Hello". Was home visiting family this weekend and my almost 70 y/o Mom was telling me about...
I've actually seen that (after the first string was broken during the last song)