2009 Guitarists Discoveries

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  1. Blazes

    Blazes Member

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    As the year comes to an end show the guitarist you discovered in 09, any style..

    Here are my discoveries..










    Not the newest guy in town but i enjoyed his playin..


     
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  2. scottl

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    Good choices!

    Oz is a beast who keeps getting better!

    Pearson has been around forever, but is a real unsung hero. I wonder why guys like Warren Haynes get so much praise and worship when guys like Pearson cohabit the same basic space and clearly are on another level.
     
  3. todd richman

    todd richman Senior Member

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    Love the groove of the Oz clip-a bit of a Zep vibe. Is Will Lee 7 feet tall or Oz really short?
     
  4. macula56

    macula56 Silver Supporting Member

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    Pearson is superbad and was truly awesome with ABB. i liked his work much more than Haynes or Trucks, not to say that they aren't great too. I just thing Jack is on an entirely different level than either one.
     
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    rickc007 Gold Supporting Member

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    rickc007 Gold Supporting Member

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    Ya, Davy is really good

    I had to be pushed to see him live
    Now I can't wait for him to come back

    Wicked live player
     
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    clemduolian Silver Supporting Member

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    Pedal steel master and musical genius B.J Cole...here with his latest project Lush Life

     
  9. todd richman

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    +1 for Davy. Just heard him for the first time last week-killer chops and good songs.
     
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    Holliman Triad Abuser

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    Wow, good one, I hadn't seen this clip. B. J. played the steel part in one of my all time favorite songs, "Coast to Coast," by Trapeze. I think it (along with Mel Galley's solo) helped make that song into a timeless classic.



     
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    Oli Brown - a friend saw him the other week, opening up for Joanne Shaw Taylor and said he was smoking hot. After a quick listen, I agree.



    Another new discovery for me this year was Aynsley Lister
     
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    Rodrigo Y Gabriella.
    and here's where I first saw them

     
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    Roy Buchanan, Brad Paisley, Rory Gallagher, Tomo Fujita!.

    Apparently I've been under a rock for a while, but it's been fun crawling back out :)
     
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    Watched A LOT of Guthrie Govan on Youtube, though I didn't like "Erotic Cakes" at all.
     
  18. Jahn

    Jahn Listens to Johnny Marr, plays like John Denver Gold Supporting Member

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    some awesome bands that never got the light of day in my lil corner growing up:



     
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    +1 on Dr. Feelgood. Awesome stuff.
     
  20. Pa'ani

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    Thanks for sharing these great clips. Awesome players indeed!
     

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