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Discussion in 'Music to Your Ears' started by Frank'n'censed, Sep 30, 2017.
I forget that Keith was once that young.
I'm going with somebody less infamous but still an influence.
Joe Strummer - The Clash
Vince Gill anyone?
Obviously, Keef is just anxiously 'showing off' the brand new RING he just got (he,he).
David Gilmour, early pink floyd , lead solos, Greg Lake solo from "from the beginning" the first time I heard it I thought it was a tele, I never investigated it cuz I dont want to spoil my pubecent imagery!
some images are worth keeping!
Probably little known in the USA apart from a brief stint with Macca ... Mick Green ...
This pic might be after Johnny Kidd had tragically died but ..
They had a sound and style way ahead of most others, indeed the "fab four" were said to acknowledge them as early '60s rivals.
Viva ...Johnny Kidd and the Pirates.
It was Keef for me all the way.
Keef, Elvis Costello
Me too, and Muddy
Jeff Ross, John Jorgenson, Steve Cropper, Muddy Waters, Albert Collins, Jimmy Bryant, George Harrison, James Burton, Danny Gatton, Clarence White and Roy Buchanan
Keef and to a lesser extent Jeff Beck
I'd guess my biggest influence on wanting a Tele was Bruce Springsteen. Other than that I just always thought they looked cool.
Jeff Beck and the Esquire on the cover of "Having a Rave Up with The Yardbirds." And you can barely see it!
Johnny Marr was the guy that did it for me..all those early riffs from The Smiths albums.
After Springsteen it was Muddy Waters in my musical journey of discovery.
Jeez, where to start? All the above, plus Terry Kath, Denny Diaz, Robbie Robertson, Syd Barrett, Don Rich, Luther Perkins, Arlen Roth, Albert Lee, James Burton...and the 50 others I'm forgetting off the top of my head.
James Burton, Roy Buchanan, Steve Cropper and Keef.