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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by stephent2, Oct 20, 2012.
You'all might like this,
Brilliant - saw the trailer for this some time ago but thought I'd have to miss out as it was only on Sky. Glad to see someone has posted it on YouTube for us all.
Thanks for sharing!
I know I did...thanks for posting
I really enjoyed that! Thanks for posting.
I watched that on Sky Atlantic last week,it's a topic most of us can identify with. Knopfler is a very humble man.
great saturday morning viewing!
I sure enjoyed that - ta.
That was a great watch. Thanks!!
best 43:57 i've spent all day. thanks for posting!
"the guitar will be a friend to you all your life"....words to live by
Great watch on a lazy sat morning
Thanks for posting this!
I loved it!
How weird is this. Just watched this on Sky Arts. Great Sarurday night guitar porn!
Excellent viewing! And interesting stories behind every instrument. Is this a series of programmes? I'm sure it would be just as interesting to see more artists talking about their favourite instruments.
Made me think about my own instruments and the sentiments behind several of them. Guess even ordinary folk like myself can have a life in music - just not in the spotlightor with such success.
Thanks for posting this.
that is all I can say.
I am going to search You Tube now for other guitat stories.
thanks for posting that!! It was excellent in all areas!
Thanks for posting, outstanding.
Thank you very much for posting that. Much appreciated!
Is this a series??? This needs to be a series!!!
Thanks for posting - I don't have the right channels to watch on Sky.
Thank you stephent2 I don't know why Chet didn't include him as a Guitar Master- especially as they played together on an album of Fingerpickers Ruling The World. Played Teles all my life till I heard Knofpler (1978), since then have always had a Strat in my collection.He is also a left handr playing guitar right handed-WOW!! He does it better than most of all of us. A friend of mine loves MK and his mother was a Certified Maestro-( now deceased) tested back in about 1920 on violin. Her comments on him were "That man knows his insrument".High praise to him.