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Old 28 March 2010, 16:38   #21
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I remember buying Bop till You Drop when it first came out. Whilst on vinyl (of course) it was the first digitally recorded album - I loved it. Still do!
Me too -----Spine Tingling.......Music. Booby King and Terry Evans on 'I can't Win' gets me every time.and Little Sister is just Sleazy

http://www.amazon.co.uk/10-Days-Out-...9808242&sr=1-1

have you checked this out, it a true Homage to his heroes. He took his tour bus, singer, producer and a video crew and dug all out his blues heroes and recorded songs with themin their homes on their porches etc. The other DVD is a big concert they did at BB kings club.

The track with Etta Baker is humbling to watch
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It's probably lost on Mollers as he thinks Ry Cooder was the bloke that invented the Seed Drill.
And Jethro Tull is a Cornish comedian.

Stevie Vai must be a dyslexic jew and Buddy Guy a friend to dead a gorilla.
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Are we liking JJ Cale or is he too obvious?

I do enjoy his stuff (when I've had a few )
'Cherry' off Troubadour is a favourite track and brings back some nocturnal memories from many years ago....

I haven't seen 10 Days Out, but will endeavour to do so - thanks for the link. 'The Very Thing That Makes Her Rich' is, I think, one of most amazing pieces of syncopated guitar playing I've ever heard - from about 2 minutes in... I'd never heard playing like that before. Yummy!
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Syncopation

is probably my most favourite word. Just reading it makes me feel good all over. Check out live tripping by Dr John or Taj mahal and the phantom blues band live.

One of the best sycopated drummers ever Richie Haywood litttle feet is sadly very ill and he cant afford his medical treatment sad sad sad
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