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Awesome and kickass Scott Henderson vid

Discussion in 'The Sound Hound Lounge' started by Yngtchie Blacksteen, Feb 4, 2012.

  1. Yngtchie Blacksteen

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    Nice! Old school Scott, before he did the blues thing. I love his tones and phrasing from this period. Steve Bailey is incredible as well. I haven't heard much of him, but everything I've heard is pretty phenomenal.
     
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    Nice! Love this era!
     
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    What albums of Scott's capture his playing the way it is here? I've got Live! and a few concert videos with Chick and Tribal Tech, but no studio albums.
     
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    All the earlier Tribal Tech. Spears, Dr Hee, Nomad, the purple untitled one.....

     
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    good stuff. love the horn line aspect of his playing here. and not a bunch of whammy bar. this rocks.
    and who doesn't love youku.
     
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    My favorite era as well. Some great playing on The Players record too! I can't listen to most of the stuff after he got into the whammy thing.
     
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    What's up with the grey foam rubber around the base of his vibrato bar (Floyd Rose bridge?)? The poor video quality doesn't give me a good look. Am I seeing things?
     
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    Never cared for Scott, but that drummer and bass player are monsters!
     
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    All these that I have heard are great compositionally as well, IMO. (I have not heard Spears). I really love the way Scott and Gary were writing at that time.
     
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    Wow, he's young here

    this is before he really developed his whammy technique

    great stuff
     
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    Love that vid.

    I remember a great concert that featured Steve Bailey w/ Carl Verheyen, Greg Bissonette, and T. Lavitz at M.I.

    Steve kicked much ass that night.

    I like Scott's use of the whammy bar, BTW. It's not like he does a lot of meaningless dive bombing - he uses it to simulate slide, etc. Oh well, like the man said: "you can't please everyone, so you've got to please yourself." :aok
     
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    I gooled Scott Henderson, Steve Bailey, Greg Bissonette And got nowhere, anymore vids? Thanks very nice.
     
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    What exactly is this activity called "gooling" lol
     
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    I dont like too many "G's in my gooling, it's fault of mine.
     
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    & just so's you can see that he does it live:





    first time i heard the guy was this lp ("tribal tech" circa '91), & it was also the first time a player had knocked me off my feet since holdsie, because THIS guy finally did the perfect melding of the aforementioned & jeff beck. it's SO bloody in your face, neck-throttling, & melodic, & he's EASILY one of my fave players in AGES...


    ml
     
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    This is a wunderbar video. Nothing better than some Henderson. Melody supreme.
     
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    Thanks for the recommendations! I found these two on iTunes:

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    Great stuff. I love Scott's earlier playing and his current style too. His energy always comes through.
     

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