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Love his early releases on Subpop! Awesome musician. :cool:
One of the best bands of the original British Invasion. :cool:
It had to be 1970. Al Wilson died a few days before Jimi & Janis. :cool:
R.I.P. to all... :cry:
One of the original " boogie " bands. Criminally unsung... :cool:
I personally think that it is one of his best. The thing i like about KB is he presents all
sides equally, unlike " documentarians " like Alex...
I know he was 85, but i always thought of him as perpetually " young "...
Thank you for your brilliant insight... :rolleyes:
Damn! You lucky dogg! Kid Ramos played a '59 Esquire on his
first solo disc. Absolutely love the tone. Just a bare bones axe...
Crank it loud...
He died right before the " big hat " phenomenon took over country.
How he would have fared is anyone's guess. But, i believe he could
Ya damned thief! :p
All the older Fenders were red. I prefer red over the others.
It's a color that just screams HOTT! :cool:
Both of my tele's are wired w/o a tone control for the neck, but
with different wiring schemes. My '50's style has the BC/NC blend
wiring & my...
A damned shame. R.I.P. :cry:
I owned a small Marsh tweed & sold it like an idiot. Great amp. I don't think you can go wrong with either.
...we lost the greatest country singer of his generation. Keith Whitley's death is still felt in the hearts of his fans.