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Yep. They are very different players. This is just a preference question. For what it's worth, I think Cline would be the fish.chubbywolf said:Its pretty "apples and oranges" with those two guys. Its kind of like asking, "what do you like more, fish or candybars?"
True, good blues players are a dime a dozen. But dissonant indy noodlers are about 12 cents a dozen these days; very soon they'll be a dime too.Average Joe said:Cline. good blues based rock players are a dime a dozen. Not to say Ford is bad, he's extremely good, it's just very idiomatic. Cline take it someplace else and I like that
Love both players and both bands. There's no hating going on here. Just a discussion.Tiny Montgomery said:So, we're going with the premise that MF is a "blues player," now? The solo on "Sometimes Salvation" alone is enough to secure his legend.
Nels Cline is fantastic, too...Never realized Wilco was an "indie" group til now, either.
What, exactly, are you "debating?" Both make great music, enjoy it.
There are bootlegs around of members of the Crowes and Wilco jamming...they did some shows together years ago. That was before Cline joined (and when Ford was in the Crowes the first time), granted, but to hear some folks around here tell it, you'd think Wilco is some flavor of the week hipster band.