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Loved this since I was a teenager:
Sad to hear that. Good luck in your quest for a new (and better) job.
Man of the World, Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac
Congrats on the new guitar and the work you've put in. Keep your dad away from it...
Just caught this, it's beautiful.
Just to limit myself to English-language poets, among the Americans I like are Ed Dorn, George Oppen, Lorine Niedecker, Ted Berrigan. Among UK...
Anything by Skip James - amazing idiosyncratic voice and playing.
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.