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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by NVGator, Jun 24, 2017.
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Complex song without practice....wow
All time classic. I dont know whether she is more stoned than Mick Fleetwood or not. She was very Janis Joplin-like back then. None of the LP versions seem to capture the live energy of that. I feel sorry for kids who didnt grow up with that. They are on tour now, without Lindsay Buckingham.
Mike Campbell is playing guitar now-Buckingham has an unusual finger picking style-would like to hear how Campbell fits in
Campbell still wearing his Tom Petty attire: Fake Lindsay Buckingham singer seems to struggle to hide that Australian accent.
I think im kinda over them now. Shame how that works.
Exactly my thought. A friend mentioned going to their show. Just cant come up with the interest. It feels like they are just punching a time clock and not really into it. I get that they are 60+, but Ive seen the Stones and Kiss recently putting on great shows still.
Kind of got that vibe after seeing the Eagles earlier this year. No Glenn Frey or Don Felder (of course) and a shaky voiced Don Henley... But Joe Walsh still brung some heat... Still a good show overall
Heard someone say on the radio that without Frey and Felder the Eagles is now just an Eagles cover band. Netflix had(has?) a 3 hour documentary about the Eagles, Was very good. Frey on Walsh... "He's a bunch of interesting people" Stories about Keith Moon and Walsh, Also one with Walsh and Jim Belushi
I love Bob Dylan's songwriting... but there are certain songs he wrote that were actually better when performed by other artists (e.g. All Along the Watchtower - Hendrix, My Back Pages - The Byrds, Don't Think Twice, It's Alright - John Anderson, It's All Over Now, Baby Blue - The Country Gentlemen, etc.) and this one from Tim O'Brien:
Agree on all that. You have a knack for finding obscure talent. This guy has a really interesting voice and that fiddle seems to hit all the right stuff without overdoing it.. On second thought maybe the dude isn't obscure, I prolly need to get out more.
Actually you may have seen Tim O'Brien before. He used to play with Hot Rize and has done a lot of work with Jerry Douglas (TransAtlantic Sessions... this one got the room a little dusty the first time I heard it): This is a another gooder (Tim with a young Jerry Douglas, Mark O'Connor and MaryChapin Carpenter):
Speaking of Mark O'Connor... I always associated him with being a fiddle virtuoso. But I heard on Bluegrass Junction Sirius XM that in addition to the fiddle, he also played the guitar as a kid and won a nationwide flat picking contest at age 14. So I searched and found the audio of that competition back in 1975. I was blown away by his mad skills... especially since he was only 14 at the time:
Really really good stuff there. Isn't that 1st one of him playing with the Irish Peddlers?
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