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Discussion in 'Sidewinders Bar & Grille' started by Miotch, Feb 12, 2018.
Beatles, Stones, Queen
Indeed. We once somehow picked John Cougar Mellancamp/Meshell Ndegeocello version of Wild Nights and the crowd loved it everytime we did it. Became one of my favorites to play just because of audience reception. And, it has a smokin' bass line.
S C O R P I O N S - did I scream ? sorry for that but I had to.
It is in my genomes some how.Those little ****heads \m/
Life is good,
The first 4 albums with Metallica
A lot of Gasolin'
Deep Purple and Hendrix the same
Can I play? No idea. The band doesn't do more than one by anyone except the Stones, Dead Flowers and Miss You. We used to play Honky Tonk Women too. That could come back since we changed bass players it's more in his range.
Play on the guitar....Pink Floyd
Over the years I've learned a lot of songs on a popularity basis (for part time dances/weddings/parties).
Maybe 2 songs by any specific artist at any one time.
In our full time bands we learned a whole variety of songs, all Top 40 back in the 80's. I think we did 4 or 5 Prince songs as the band leader was keen on him.
I've never tried to emulate any one artist, I've always been the typical musical prostitute.
It used to be Neil Young. But it's been so long since ivd played with actual people I couldn't say
Zep. I bought their complete guitar book in 1980.
Id love to be in a Zep tribute act.
I remember certain riffs or whatever, and I know some songs, but for the last few years all ive concentrated on is learning music, as in being able to play what I want. im nowhere near where I want to be.......but ill get there hopefully.....right nowbi just want another beer.
Metallica. I was obsessed with Metallica when I started learning guitar, and Kirk was writing a regular column in Guitar World at that time, too, so it all just came together. I only ever learned a few songs off each album, but somehow I become known as "the guy who can play every Metallica song" in high school.
Averaged out over the decades it would be:
... and whoever wrote all those great blues songs
Johnson, Morganfield, Dixon, House, Hooker, King/King/King