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Discussion in 'Sidewinders Bar & Grille' started by stratman in va, Nov 15, 2012.
I could listen to this man play and sing anything !
Frickin’ Ed , the last revolutionary . What an intro !
Post some of your favs of hers pls
My guitar teacher wants to start teaching me a Matt Schofield lead from Travellin South. The version he will teach is from a live show. So that’s what I’m listening to.
By the way, it’s the easiest lead from this version of Travellin South, the other stuff is way beyond my abilities. Did I emphasize way beyond enough? Lol.
And a not too shabby outro on this one !
That's their best album, overall.
Love 1984 but I’m partial to the first album . When it was released it sent a many of guitarists back to the woodshed, myself included !
Agreed on the impact of number one, and some of the cuts are their best work. Perhaps I should say 1984 most developed work. Their "dark side of the moon", if you will.
I saw them after 1 was released opening for Black Sabbath . They blew the roof off the place , I remember thinking how could anybody come out and follow that .... Sabbath was terrible ,they broke up shortly after that show . Only time I ever left a show before it was over .
Those harmonies ...
A little melancholy tonight...and that's cool with me, it's good to look back on occasion.
This band was the hottest thing in Dallas (77-79ish), good times were had at the bar in the shot at the beginning...Mother Blues. The guitar player, Rocky Athas, went on to a brief stint with John Mayall. I can't, for the life of me, understand why Crosby is in this video.
And since I was feeling a bit past my prime...
By rights, I never should have made it out of there alive...all the drugs, the drinking, the dealing, the drugs and going places where people had guns pointed at me, and me with stacks of cash. It was a friggin hoot, I wouldn't recommend it and I wouldn't do it again, But, I wouldn't have missed it for the world.
Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers Have Love Will Travel. But it's internal, it's been stuck in my memory all day playing over and over.
Waddy Wachtel and Lee Sklar in the background.