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Mid, May 27 in General Anarchy
say what you will , when the stones gell you can shut the doors .
Must have 1968 in Georgetown...The Cellar Door
On 6/23/2018 at 10:00 AM, Mid said:
I'm hearing some Robbin Ford in the guitar intro. Very nice!
For anyone who plays guitar and likes the blues, there's a dude named Pete Honore who is/was a session guitarist and guitarist for lots of pop acts who absolutely kills the blues. Fun stuff to watch. Ridiculous feel/tone. For anyone like me who brings a guitar on the boat for any long trip, he also puts out a ton of backing tracks and cool ways to play over them...
Chicago staple...She rocks.
Gotta admit when this thread started, I thought to myself... do we need another music thread ? Guess the answer is ABSOLUTELY ! Pretty d-mn epic, have added so many "new" artists to my playlists... thanks for everyone's contributions !
And since someone in GA mentioned seeing Stevie Guitar Miller recently:
Steve Miller - love his earlier stuff! Here's a really nice one. I wish I know where he recorded it, this isn't from the Winterland concert above:
Keeping with the 70s white-boy blues.... J. Geils Band before that wretched "Centerfold" phase.
Waterfront Blues in PDX, every July 4th, rocks. Commander Cody, Robert Randolph, fireworks, we fly a 20' x 40' flag, local heroes tearup the fairgrounds all afternoon, a couple hundred boats anchor out, music workshops, George Thorogood wraps up four days of blues on Sat night. Been doing this for 20 years and it's still a summer highlight. Benefits the Oregon Foodbank, feeds a lot of people.
Whole lot of good stuff going on here...Kingfish Ingram is the giant dude. He shreds.
Some of the dudes I used to play with. Drummer, Captain Steve Seitz (RIP), was also a great lightning sailor and sailor in general. We'd do charters all day and go over to Murphy's to play music...Good days.
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