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    And while we're on the subject, I never get tired of hearing the utterly breath-taking live version of this Led Zeppelin classic with Jimmy on the double-neck Gibson; from Song Remains the Same:
    There are many roads to sharp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ScoutHikerDad View Post
    Mark-I've never seen or even heard of that movie, but I think I would love it! In my neighborhood growing up, a lot of us kids wore the face-paint at Halloween, were members of the Kiss Army (for $5 you got the shoulder patch and giant poster of Gene Simmons spitting fire), had all the records, etc. I've never really outgrown that-not sure I want to!
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    I saw Terrible Ted twice back during the 80's-loudest concerts I ever saw! And though I will crank up "Stranglehold" every time I hear it to my dying day, I couldn't pay to go see him now because he makes my skin crawl.
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    How about a little Grand Funk Railroad from back in the day playing Live?

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    One for Peter Fonda




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    Heh...HHHEEEEEYYYYY!!!!



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    Quote Originally Posted by celticcrusader View Post
    I liked them a lot better when they were a blues review. Peter Green was one of the few white blues players that didn't over play. I really like Matt Schofield but man that guy can't end a song without over playing to save his life. Another good white blues player, one of the best if not the best IMHO is Robin Trower. He's a fabulous slick and quick guitar player but his best quality is phrasing which is really what you need for blues. If you like that song you just posted you should check out Robin trower's last couple of albums. Three or four really. It's very deeply rooted in blues which I was glad to see because that's his strong suit.
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    Of course if we're going to talk about white blues players we can't forget Sky Dog. I was never a big Dickey Betts fan but I swear playing with Duane made him better. I saw them live with Warren Haynes playing in Duane's vacancy and Warren SMOKED Dickey. I mean, it was almost embarrassing. Now, Warren was nowhere near as good as Duane and yet Dickey seemed not far behind Duane.
    Anyway if you're listening in stereo Duane is all the way left. Dickey is off center right. Also Duane plays first, second and fourth solo. ALSO (I just love this song. My favorite version...other than Ray's. It's my answer to those people who say Duane could play slide but not fret play) listen to the transition after Dickey's solo how they bring it down and Dickey plays a phrase then Duane plays the next phrase like he just got handed the baton. It is really slick. In mono it sounds like one solo. If you notice he plays very few different notes. He just makes those few notes into spectacular phrases.
    As iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another. PR 27:17

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