Discussion in 'Music Forums' started by Mystic, May 18, 2018.
Great choice! Lizzy was a three piece back in those days .There's a lot going on in this tune.
Glenn Phillips from the Glenn Phillips Band
I prefer the original by the person who wrote it:
I sure don't.
It's all good. If we all liked the same thing this thread would be pretty boring. I've discovered a lot of great music here. Thanks to everyone who has contributed!
I gave this one a spin the other day. Smooth and gritty at the same time.
I'm going to go with the follow up this afternoon.
This guy's real good...
The Reverend Gary Davis:
Al Demeola been mentioned yet?
Another song from the Reverend Gary Davis:
His music is soul-stirring and magnificent. Good call.
He's one of many old blues guitarists that play a style that's their own. Most of them had influences, of course, but blend these into their signature sound.
Live On The Double Planet
Sou-stirring is exactly right. His sound is both primitive (not the right word, but the closest that I can come up with) and sophisticated. Like the the best blues, you connect to it on a pure emotional level. That sound is in our DNA.
Mike Bloomfield! So versatile!
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