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Discussion in 'MyMusic Forum' started by montemerrick, Jul 7, 2015.
Not sure if this is technically blues but oh well
hey @gilmourish007 that was some tasty Blues flavoring on what I always considered a boring solo.
Sweet jam @dogletnoir
Almost a Steely Dan style fused with some smoky Blues. Very cool!
Mine's a bit more "traditional", it's a Joe Bonamassa inspired jam
Perhaps mis-titled I did it yesterday.
That might be the best I've heard you do. Really good stuff
You're too kind. Maybe it's the great bass player.
From another forum a while ago. I'm the brighter guitar.
A day late and a dollar short..........
A couple right arm operations now..
Augie's Second Chance
All I got right now..sort of therapy and effects to cover the slop .on my way back..
1966 ES355 in Stereo..old Pod and older Vamp in stereo
,,getting back soon soon..
2015 seems like decades now..
Season To Taste
1971 Les Paul Custom..Pod,,
OH YEAH..GRANDPA PARTS 18 days ago.. Need to be alive long enough to teach him..
We'll see..he better grow quickly
69.. 11/5 and lucky to still counting
Apologies if I've posted this before. Gotta keep Bluesday alive
More Blues / Rock than traditional Blues
Sounds good @bluestringer
You grabbed the vibe and worked it.
Traditional and Bonamassa in the same sentence. Traditional Blues/Rock maybe.
Moonlight Sonata is the blues. Wrap yer head around that.
Obviously, you haven't hear all of JBs catalog. He's gone far more towards traditions Blues in the past few years.
You sell me short. I've heard all of it. 're :Muddy Wolf: His interpretations still come from the "Bluesbreakers handbook.'' Blues/Rock, by way of some British fellows sending it back our way.
The jazz/blues connection predates electric instruments. So what Erica posted above is more traditional blues than anything I've ever heard from Bonamassa.
Damn you @fezz parka
I'm going to give you this one
Here's the best thing to do. Listen to the music and enjoy it for what it is or what it does for you. Rather than say "I wouldn't call it blues" (it's a statement can be taken as a dig or being dismissive) just like it...or don't. Most of what's in this thread is Blues/Rock. It's not what I would define as "blues" . That doesn't keep me from enjoying it though.