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Discussion in 'The Sound Hound Lounge' started by freedom's door, Jan 27, 2012.
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Rock guitar playing gets no better than this IMO.
Baker hated playing with Gary Moore, found Moore's playing "contrived," and wasn't shy about saying so.
Some of the best music ever recorded was made by people who hated each other!
Gary always rips it up, for sure !
Would've liked to see him interact with Jack more as opposed to riding over top
of it the way he did .. I think it would've woke Ginger up and it could have
easily felt more like Cream .
Jack tried to draw him in, but Gary missed the cue, so Bruce walked away .
Gary was a ripper, though no doubt .
Here's that interview-
Never been a Ginger Baker fan, so doesn't bother me one bit.
Guitar is very, very.....umm......loud? It's just too much.
That was great......thanks for the post. Gary was rippin' and one of my favorites. Bruce bass tone was great as well......Ginger, well, really nothing special....the interview was interesting though.
Plus he's a drummer..... enough said.
I agree. His playing always sounds like a string of stock riffs to me, while he's trying to sell the "feeling" with his face. Different strokes I guess!
Sounds like Gingers been hanging out with Stewart Copeland
To me that was a mediocre sample of Gary's playing. Without a doubt this is Gary at his best
Baker sounds like an a$$. Gary Moore smokes.
That's not the best performance of Gary's that I've seen, but he's one of the best IMO. Some of his riffs are rehearsed, but that's true of everyone to some degree. Improvision is never 100% new.
It's supposed to be loud. It's supposed to be TOO loud. Clapton forgot that.
So loud it's apparently oblivious how far out of tune they are. Yikes!!!
Have we all turned into such a bunch of old stodgy farts playing bluzak on Dumble clones that we have forgotten to appreciate someone just totally ripping it up?
IMO, guitar wasn't loud enough.....you can still hear the drums.
I have seen Gary play better but he always destroys. He attacks his guitar at times.
That first clip was Gary going through the motions.
THIS CLIP is Gary Moore tearing the face off of anyone listening:
When "Still Got the Blues" came out, I stopped buying GM albums. He was so.much.better than that stuff.
Hahaha this actually made me laugh out loud. Agree.