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Discussion in 'Sidewinders Bar & Grille' started by StratDen, May 30, 2010.
I needed some Strat inspiration this morning and put on some Buddy Holly.
im listening to emitt rhodes! if you dont know him, check him out! not sure he ever played a strat, but he did play every instrument on his records....seems like he must have played one at some point!
the sound of my fan
I know there are many great guitarists out there today, a good deal I have been fortunate to see in-person. But I always levitate back to those who influeneced me the most. Buddy is about top of the heap.
Right now......Band of Horses on Q! Not a strat in sight but a great song for a sunday morning....
YouTube - 'Laredo' by Band of Horses on Q TV
Patti Smith--Rock 'N' Roll ****** (with Babelogue intro).
YouTube - Patti Smith--Rock 'N' Roll ****** (with Babelogue intro).
Lou Reed - Romeo had Juliette
YouTube - Lou Reed - Romeo had Juliette
I'm in the spoils of AC, no fans required. But a littel John Mayal with a fan I bet works well..
Lot's of percussion, huh?
True Vintage... No reissues in this one!
YouTube - Buddy Holly on the Arthur Murray Dance Party 12/29/57
So glad we still have these films around...
YouTube - Buddy Holly And The Crickets - That'll Be The Day (Live '57)
love band of horses!
Even better to be able to watch that video in 1080p with HDMI in place... Wow, so crisp and BOH has such a great sound!
Listening to "the ghost inside" by Broken Bells... Just discovered them, and so far so good!
love that song!
I found a CD in my collection I bought at the dollar store 3 or 4 years ago. Never even opened it until today. It's called Austin, Texas: Rockin' the crossroads. I think it was a promo CD from a record label. Didn't even look at the liner notes, put it on and the second tune sounded really familiar. It was a tune by Doyle Bramhall called "Too Sorry" with Stevie Vaughan (not Stevie Ray) on guitar, Chris layton on drums and Tommy Shannon on bass. Great compilation disc. Other artist include Luther Tucker, Sue Foley, Kim Wilson and Snooky Pryor.
Right now ? I think I hear a Fender in there somewhere
YouTube - MARY GAUTHIER -I DRINK ( LIVE)
He'd get home at 5:30, fix his drink
And sit down in his chair
Pick a fight with mama
Complain about us kids getting in his hair
At night he'd sit alone and smoke
I'd see his frown behind his lighter's flame
Now that same frown's in my mirror
I got my daddy's blood inside my veins
Sit and think
Chicken TV dinner
6 minutes on defrost, 3 on high
A beer to wash it down with
Then another, a little whiskey on the side
It's not so bad alone here
It don't bother me that every night's the same
I don't need another lover
Hanging 'round, trying to make me change
By and by
Sit and think
I know what I am
But I don't give a damn
Sit and think
Planet of New Orleans - Dire Straits
Been listening to Vampire Weekends new album Contra. N strats I`m afraid just plenty of 335 clones playing African inspired riffs.
YouTube - Vampire Weekend - "Cousins" (Official Music Video)
You have to check this guy....saw him live and he's unbelievable good...already supported B.B.King,Gary Moore and Joe Bonamassa...
I can't stop listen to him....he also recorded his last album all on his own..guitar,drums,keyboard,bass and vocals...not bad for a guy who's 27....
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