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Discussion in 'The Sound Hound Lounge' started by RichardB, Jul 8, 2011.
Carlos' finest hour: that tone/sound is shockingly good at 1:45
Great solo/tone - think he was using valley arts through dumbles back then
Check this head rippin Rios: Same year I thionk SOlo starts @ 5:00
There's a really smokin passage @ 5:30 which I had to transcribe
To me, his finest moment will always be the solo from 'Brother to Brother' by Gino V.
I put that solo up there with Jay Graydon's solo on 'Peg'...just so fresh and out of my reach as a musician...then and now!
yep. his work with Vanelli was truly inspiring.
Always dug that "Cool Weasel Boogie" solo, he killed that. I remember a good interview with him in GP in the 80's where talked about how he used to bug Larry Carlton to teach him the "Jazz Scale" so he could solo like a jazz player. Funny stuff.