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Robbie Robertson's a great songwriter, and he had superb vocalists and musicians to bring the songs to life.
Good to see a shout-out for his singing - his vocals were as expressive and soulful as his playing.
You've summed up my feelings about Peter Green perfectly.
Lovely looking Strat.
Towards the end of the Peter Green-era Fleetwood Mac, the band used Orange stacks, and Greeny was known for his love of reverb.
Hubert's in cracking form:
Best wishes for the cooking classes, and I hope you do start that thread, but...why don't you form your own band, even if it's only a small unit...
Nice looking guitar!
I was a little bit too young to appreciate this at first hand, but Lonnie Donegan's version of Rock Island Line seems to have influenced the...
Very beautiful arrangement of a beautiful tune:
Derek - called 'Del' from a very early age by school mates.
It's a beauty! Nice collection you have there, too.
Well, I was right when I said there must be others...Thanks for all the contributions so far.
I can think of two but there must be more?
Then one night in the lobby of the Commodore Hotel
I chanced to meet a bartender who said he...
7.25, possibly because my first Strat (a mid-80s Tokai Goldstar, to be precise) had that, and afterwards no other radius felt as comfortable in my...
A funny line from today's UK Guardian review of a Fleetwood Mac concert:
A drum duet with percussionist Taku Hirano, decorated with a lot of...
Couldn't resist posting this, found in the excellent poet Ian Duhig's twitter feed: