Discussion in 'Music Forums' started by Mystic, May 18, 2018.
Killing two unsurpassed masters with one stone.
1995 - GRP Records
The Black Crowes + Jimmy Page
The Greek Theatre
Los Angeles, CA
18 October 1999
Now Playing: George Puleo, "So Low"
Great Show .I saw the same tour at the Nassau col L. I. N. Y. We got an added treat when both bands came back together John McLaughlin joined them. What an encore to see those three together
Danny Gatton anything off "Crusin' Deuces". This is one of my favorites I don't think theres a throw away on CD. "88 Elmira ST" is pretty good too
Even though I'm a giant Hendrix fan. I always thought Tod Rundgren could hold his own. Here he is with Black Maria.
George Puleo you say? Here he is with Gamalon recorded live on a camcorder by my friends and I back in 1990. His mastery transcends the crappy recording...fun begins at 2:12. Miss these guys a lot...
Bert Jansch and John Renbourn - “Bert and John”
These two could pick a little. Do yourself a favour and check them out. They played in a Folk outfit called Pentangle. Yeah, I know. People reading this thread already know how great they were.
Asbury Park, NJ
28 June 1974
* Robert Fripp
This guy can play and his band has been just as tight live as on record every show I've been to. His guitar tech covers a lot ground and works his ass off. Never seen a bigger guitar rack than Steve Miller's.
True, and I would have disagreed before I heard Journey From Eden.
Miller has been consistently underrated as long as I've been alive, and that's a long spell of underratement (new English word, heh heh).
Rockin' Bones: 1950s Punk & Rockabilly
* Rhino does it again: A terrific "box set" compilation of material re: this genre @ this period.
* Geetar Masters: well, Eddie Cochran and Scottie Moore, to name just two @ this set.
The radio hits can either make me crave more or move on. Apparently, what I heard from him didn't show me there was potential.
Fwiw, hearing something on the radio compared to hearing the album on a good revealing system is akin to looking at a rough litho of a fine painting thru a smudged window on a rainy day.
You may see the subject, but little of the effort and talent that produces and presents it.
Saw this guy a few years ago, smokin' blues guitarist! Jimmy Thackery
Agreed, both these guys are/were local around these parts,...
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