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Futtocks    5,861

Following of the the TRL Guitarists thread, here's Leo Kottke covering The Byrds.

 

 

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Futtocks    5,861

Ignore the presence of Crosby & Nash in the uploader's video - they weren't in Manassas.

 

 

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Ignore the presence of Crosby & Nash in the uploader's video - they weren't in Manassas.

 

great band. I played their eponymous album to death. I love this song

 

 

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Ullman    734

Following of the the TRL Guitarists thread, here's Leo Kottke covering The Byrds.

That's a good version of a fine tune.

 

I've always liked Golden Earring's somewhat lengthier version too.

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Futtocks    5,861

That's a good version of a fine tune.

 

Yes, and despite what it sounds like, that's just one guitarist.

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Futtocks    5,861

I saw Adrian Legg doing a demo of a new amp at the British Music Fair years ago. Unfortunately, he spent more time fiddling with the amp's controls than he did playing, and it still sounded awful. Good player, though.

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WearyRhino    594

I saw Adrian Legg doing a demo of a new amp at the British Music Fair years ago. Unfortunately, he spent more time fiddling with the amp's controls than he did playing, and it still sounded awful. Good player, though.

I think the guitar playing is still a sideline to his main job as a luthier.

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I saw Adrian Legg doing a demo of a new amp at the British Music Fair years ago. Unfortunately, he spent more time fiddling with the amp's controls than he did playing, and it still sounded awful. Good player, though.

Stuart Duffy the Bradford Bulls football manager is a superb guitar player. He plays in a country band called the Collier Dixon Line. He uses a very similar effect to get a very realistic pedal steel effect.

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Futtocks    5,861

The late Danny Gatton, aka the greatest unknown guitarist in the world.

 

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timtum    123

I was on the Chain on Radcliffe & Maconie again today with this little gem from the late 80's

 

 

I once made up their rider for a gig at the Town & Country Club in Kentish Town!

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Robin Evans    982

Saw these at the lead mill circa 86.

Went with an open mind and a big thirst. Phil jupitus did the support.

Had a good night.

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Robin Evans    982

Mostly I am listening to the boy with his new toys for his guitar...

However. ... having an afternoon with Fleetwood Mac and Rory G

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Ullman    734

Mostly I am listening to the boy with his new toys for his guitar...

However. ... having an afternoon with Fleetwood Mac and Rory G

I've got Photo-Finish on the turntable at this very moment.

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Old Frightful    3,104

Aside from listening to music on the radio, I haven't spent much time listening to music of a personal choice recently.

 

I decided to change this and had a gander through the Youtube vaults last night and came across a song by a band I adored in the late eighties. Don't suppose many of you will have heard of this but it's an incredibly haunting version of an old Irish folk song written around a hundred years ago.

 

Never fails to give me goosebumps, saw them perform this more than a dozen times live.

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=052DGZh2_3s

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Aside from listening to music on the radio, I haven't spent much time listening to music of a personal choice recently.

 

I decided to change this and had a gander through the Youtube vaults last night and came across a song by a band I adored in the late eighties. Don't suppose many of you will have heard of this but it's an incredibly haunting version of an old Irish folk song written around a hundred years ago.

 

Never fails to give me goosebumps, saw them perform this more than a dozen times live.

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=052DGZh2_3s

a lost gem of a band

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tomdooley    30

i would reccomend the UNTHANKS sisters from the north east.Tear jerking songs and harmonies.

i also love maddy Prior  and june Tabor incomparable,

They also did a couple of albums as the silly sisters.terrific dueting.

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