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In addition to the names previously mentioned, Mark Knopfler and Joe Walsh are a couple of folks that have used PRS.
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QuoteRockman Jeff Beck is a car man too ..... Yeah and a pretty good mechanic from what I hear too......
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During the Ferrari Formula 1 glory years of Schumacher, Todt & Brawn, Clapton would always play a private concert for the Ferrari F1 Teams end of year Christmas party. Rumor had it Clapton was paid off in a new Ferrari car each of those performances. I have a boot of at least one of the performances. Here is a link about one of his performances for Ferrari:
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QuoteJavadave Almost Famous is a great film, but it is a fictional tale, based around Cameron Crowe’s life. It weaves together truth and fiction and has many strong performances. The Allman Brothers are certainly one reference point for the fictional band Sweetwater. The ABB’s roadie Red Dog portrays himself in the film. The hilarious scene where their plane almost crashes seems more of a rif
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18 ***days ***ago
1cdog
Yoko Daltry should be an expert on the word "mediocre."
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Great story TheGreek! Great music transcends generations.......
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7 ***weeks ***ago
1cdog
Wow! Has this thread really gone sideways. Jumping the shark type Posts.......
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2 ***months ***ago
1cdog
Very nice! Thanks for sharing Topi!
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2 ***months ***ago
1cdog
Zep's best releases/material, outside of HTWWW, for the last 20 years has come from fans/collectors/bootleg companies. I look for 1 or more of the legendary Japan 1971 shows to be released on DVD this year - fans/collectors/bootleg companies.
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2 ***months ***ago
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QuoteCristiano Radtke What a grooving song! Many thanks for posting that.
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2 ***months ***ago
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Quoteterraplane Another great rendition from Eric's lockdown sessions: After Midnight That was awesome! Thanks for posting! That is about as tight as a 4 piece band can be.
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2 ***months ***ago
1cdog
I like Steve Jordan's playing. If for some reason it doesn't work out....... Steve Gadd
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2 ***months ***ago
1cdog
Thank you Hendrik for the report! Thank you to everyone that has shared info on last nights performance!
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2 ***months ***ago
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Yeah, "Watch Our for Lucy" is great! So is "I'd Make Love to You Anytime", "Golden Ring", "If I Don't Be There By Morning", also "Promises." I enjoy the whole Album/CD. My favorite though would be "Tell Me That You Love Me." On the new upcoming release I am really looking forward to hearing the Peter Green-era Fleetwood
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3 ***months ***ago
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Not only do I find the song boring but an artist that must resort to using/writing swear words in the lyrics of a song clearly is lacking in the creativity department.
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3 ***months ***ago
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RIP Charlie Watts. Condolences to the family.
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3 ***months ***ago
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Quotenorthof49 Time to lighten things up a little bit... Absolutely love that song! I never tire of hearing it. 2 great guitar solo's. The first solo by Duane is so lyrical and the phrasing is just perfect. I like Dickie's solo too but Duane's is very special.
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3 ***months ***ago
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QuoteRocktiludrop Quote1cdog QuoteSend It To me Keith having his own dedicated hair stylist -- flying in from LA no less -- is sort of hilarious. To manage hair implants successfully one must not cut corners. But Keith barely has any hair to manage True, true....... That said what hair he does have is, IMO, mostly the result of failed hair implants.... And we have all seen the bandan
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3 ***months ***ago
1cdog
Early Times & the High Rollers... Charlemagne
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Thanks for posting that article Rockman. That was a nice read. Reading that helped tie some loose ends in my mind about those sessions. I have the recording in several different formats. I never really understood why there has never been more acclaim or accolades associated with that recording. I have always really enjoyed it. Clapton playing stupid with Wolf is really genius stuff.
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QuoteSend It To me Keith having his own dedicated hair stylist -- flying in from LA no less -- is sort of hilarious. To manage hair implants successfully one must not cut corners.
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8 ***months ***ago
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Rockman, great find on that picture! That is Bob Margolin (Muddy's lead guitar player I mentioned earlier) behind Mick's out stretched right arm.
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8 ***months ***ago
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November and December of 1978 saw Muddy and his Band opening for Clapton on Clapton's 1978 European tour. If you would want some first hand accounts of the Stones sitting in with Muddy in 1978 in Chicago visit Bob Margolin's website and drop him a message. Bob was Muddy's lead guitar player during that time period. bobmargolin.com
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9 ***months ***ago
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Quotedaspyknows Quote1cdog I totally agree with the comments above concerning the May RAH shows. At some point someone was having a disconnect from reality and that was not helpful to fans at all. I mean someone in EC's camp actually added a show to the RAH schedule as recently as December. I have probably seen maybe 40 EC and Cream shows at the RAH. Many fans from around the world
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I totally agree with the comments above concerning the May RAH shows. At some point someone was having a disconnect from reality and that was not helpful to fans at all. I mean someone in EC's camp actually added a show to the RAH schedule as recently as December. I have probably seen maybe 40 EC and Cream shows at the RAH. Many fans from around the world travel to these shows.....
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3 ***years ***ago
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Stones content covering recording of "Satisfaction" Glenn Snoddy, Nashville engineer who brought ‘fuzz tone’ to rock, dies at 96 by Terence McArdle, Washington Post Glenn Snoddy, a Nashville studio engineer who built a pedal that enabled guitarists to create the snarling “fuzz tone,” unleashing sonic distortion possibilities that influenced generations of rock guitarists, died
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4 ***years ***ago
1cdog
I went to last nights show (Monday). I thought it was pretty good. I could have done with more Jimmy Vaughn and less Gary Clark. I thought Jimmy's set with the horns was just groovin'. Never been that impressed with Clark. I thought EC put on a pretty good show. Highlights for me were Sheriff and Before You Accuse Me. Sheriff was hot but then the acoustic set started and for me
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4 ***years ***ago
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Quotekeefriffhard4life Quote1cdog Foreigner.....? In 1982 maybe but looking back on it - it's just not very mature music is it? do you feel chuck berry was ripping out deep profound lyrics? I mean I'd say most of foreigners lyrics are more mature than a lot of the stones bigger rock tunes No but I don't think I have ever seen Chuck Berry and Foreigner in the same sentence tog
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1cdog
Foreigner.....? In 1982 maybe but looking back on it - it's just not very mature music is it?
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4 ***years ***ago
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Dancing with Mr. D from Brussels in 1973. Taylor just sizzles on that song like a big fat steak on a hot grill.
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