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Discussion in 'Musical Goodness' started by afterlife2, Aug 16, 2016.
The Mothers - Fillmore East June 1971
Zoot Sims - Great American Music Hall 10/8/78
one of my favorites from back in the day
PAT TRAVERS. LIFE IN LONDON
makes you want to go and get some more pedals for your guitar
Fleetwood Mac - Mystery to Me
The Barr Brothers
good album. I had forgotten about that one. Mystery To Me, I played that a lot back in the day.
Peter Green - In the Skies
Michael Bloomfield, Al Kooper, Steve Stills - Super Session
Erik Mongrain - Fates
Shirley Griffith "Mississippi Blues" on vinyl
Rainy Day Dream Away - A Tribute to Jimi Hendrix, Taj Mahal & LMO
Lived in a socal surf town for a while, probably wouldn't be as amusing to others
Surf Punks - My Beach
That was pretty cool in a Stanley Jordan kinda way. Used to follow Jordan quite a bit. Intrigued me how he adapted that style, and his guitar tuned more like a piano to accommodate that style.
Well recorded too, at least according to these Tempest speakers.
ETA: Strangely enough, it's hard to stop listening to it.
Have you tried Michael Hedges (one of my favorites)? Kaki King?
a trip down memory lane. those tunes got a lot of airtime in my apartment back in the day. thanks.
Part of the price I pay for buying the gear... My wife's turn. sigh
given what kind of music you normally post in this thread, I'd say that's quite a departure.
I have a few country albums. Mostly acquired when I thought I was buying something else.
I can tolerate it, just like classical. But, I don't normally seek it out.
You are doing the right thing however paying your WAF dues.
Keep your wife happy, and everything else just sounds better and tastes better.