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3 ***months ***ago
ekelundh
Hoo Doo Blues from Blue and Lonesome has some nasty low down great killer tone rhythm guitar that has Keith’s mark on it. Stones playing Wild Horses with Florence Welch Live has some great guitar work from Keith. K’Naan’s Sleep when we die is a great song with Keith on guitar; even though it may be heavily edited.
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4 ***months ***ago
ekelundh
Such a great voice. I think her studio recording is even better (even though the mid section with strings maybe could have been arranged differently)
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5 ***months ***ago
ekelundh
Sad to hear about the passing. Great musician in a great band.
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2 ***years ***ago
ekelundh
I'd say the band plays well and funky. The vocal performance is really good as well as the overall production. Good piece of work based on a piece of the treasure of the greatest songwriter ever. I like it when sometimes the lyrics are changed (references to Noel Redding and Bruno Mars in Seeing the real you at last). I like Keith's solos in Political world - quite inventive to come fro
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2 ***years ***ago
ekelundh
Have anyone ever heard of, or maybe even tried out one of these? Made in Sweden by luthier David Sundberg. Among very prominent players, he's made acoustic guitars for Keith R and Ryan Adams.
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3 ***years ***ago
ekelundh
The Band is up there in the top with other inspiring acts like the Stones, Beatles etc. They truly demonstrated a musicianship few others can master. Of course they also had close links with Bob Dylan. I found out recently that apparently it was a post-Robertson incarnation of the Band from the 80s that was first to release the Dylan song "Blind Willie McTell". The Band version is ok bu
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3 ***years ***ago
ekelundh
here's my favourites with the master virtuoso of guitar sloppiness stoned 2120 So Michigan Ave sympathy - studio tumbling dice - studio stat star - studio htw - love you live around and around - el mocambo harder they come (own name) let it rock - with rockpile live from bottom line nyc cheatin' heart - with jerry lee lewis, tv special
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4 ***years ***ago
ekelundh
A few hours ago Stone Roses released "All for one" their first single since 1995. Sounds like classic Roses, maybe not their best but far better than most of what's going down today. Well done, lads!
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4 ***years ***ago
ekelundh
I like the Great Lake Swimmers' version of Before they make me run - a bit of a country/pop version.
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4 ***years ***ago
ekelundh
I use Premium a lot since a long time. It's great, for example to use playlists off-line or to share playlists with others making it easy to discover new music. Worth checking out particularly with regards to the Stones is an in depth interview with Mick J released in July detailing the band’s mindset and working process for “Sticky Fingers,” as well as the stories behind each track on th
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5 ***years ***ago
ekelundh
<iframe width="560" height="315" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/rP7r12Rg490" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe> Robbie Robertson´s solo at 3:10 on It makes no difference from The last waltz is heartbreakingly beautiful; especially with the tenor sax solo coming just after.
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7 ***years ***ago
ekelundh
1) It would be great to hear some songs from very early such as : Mona Can I get a witness High heel sneakers Who's driving your plane (With Bill -) ) Empty heart Promised land Tell me Good Times bad Times' 2) To capitalise on Mick Taylor's presence I would recommend some of the following songs which haven't been played much live : Silver train 100 years ago Hid
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7 ***years ***ago
ekelundh
I like: Black Keys Jet Kill it kid Rival Sons Shins Greta stuff !
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8 ***years ***ago
ekelundh
This is the info given in Musicstore.de : FENDER American Vintage 72 Tele Custom American Vintage Series Features: Ash body Maple neck "C" Neck profile 21 Vintage Frets Black Dot Inlays Scale: 25.5"/ 648 mm Nut width: 1.65"/ 42mm American Vintage Tele Singlecoil Bridge- Pickup "Wide Range" Humbucker Neck- Pickup 3-Way switch 2x Volume- an
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8 ***years ***ago
ekelundh
Hi guitarists, Fender has come out with an american made '72 Telecaster Custom with an ash body. See link to a review in "Guitarist". It would be interesting to hear if you have any comments/thoughts on this guitar. Maybe someone has alredy tried it? Rock on,
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9 ***years ***ago
ekelundh
Out of great artists passing away very early into their careers without having accomplished nowhere near their full potential Jeff Buckley is one of a kind. A truly amazing songwriter, singer and guitarist whose only proper studio album Grace is a masterpiece.
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10 ***years ***ago
ekelundh
Btw, the version of CK Snake you get on the You tube link is not the one with Keith. This is a great version though of a great song. Personally, I remember being a bit disappointed the first time I heard the version with Keith. In my opinion he did not do himself 100% justice on that one.
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10 ***years ***ago
ekelundh
Taylor played on the superb Gimme Some Neck, I believe.
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14 ***years ***ago
ekelundh
I really like Lou Reed but kinda lost touch with him after New York. The Blue Mask is a great album with a lot of spontaneity and rawness. The album's greatness owes a lot, in my opinion, to Robert Quine. His guitarplaying was uniquely beautiful and raw. When you hear him play on a record you recognise immediately it's him. Another great album on which he's playing and very pre
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