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I have mentioned Radle several times in various posts over the years.
Next to this guy ...
<----... and Phil Lesh, and Jack Bruce, Radle is my...
As has been posted here before several times, this is pretty darn close to free and worth every single penny (and then some):
I didn't. And still don't.
I never understood the whole Elvis thing.
He couldn't write songs. Couldn't play guitar. Couldn't sing....
Well, he has performed at the Grammys the last few years.
Kind of hard to miss him.
Everyone is entitled to their own tastes and opinions....
Interesting. I did not know that. Thanks.
Well, as far as I know, Seeger never actually worked in a school building ... :wink:
Yes, there is love here for Weider.
You'll find other threads.
Weider and GE Smith are my two favorite Tele players in the world.
There are a million different acoustic guitars around.
I'm sure you'll find a few that you like.
If Martin is not for you, fine.
Short / Long = difference in tone.
We're talking electronic devices here.
The god pictured at left played a short/medium scale...
I meant "mad," of course. Not "made." Sorry. :oops:
Well, no, not 100% myth.
As we have discussed in the past, one cannot rely on the memory of a 90-year-old man on events that happened fifty...
Not just at a folk music festival ... at THE folk music festival ...
Yup, and Daryl Hall has purchased the Pawling location.
Note: I lived in Dutchess County for almost the entire 1980s.
I'll try ...
It was like aliens had just landed from another planet and they said, "We'll show you. This is how it's done."
I think that's part of it.
Possibly, also, it is seen as a one-trick-only "Santana sound" guitar.
Plus, there just might be some under the...
Or Townshend ...
I was nine.
"I have sung in hobo jungles, and I have sung for the Rockefellers."
I used to watch TTTT but I don't remember the Butterfield segment. (And in '66 I would not have known who he was.)
I'm only going by what...
Wow, I remember Alto Music.
AFAIK, Seeger's house is on a dirt path off Route 9D about a mile or so south of Beacon.
"I Have Sung in Hobo Jungles, and I Have Sung for the Rockefellers."
I agree, Pesco's playing was very tasty.
But maybe, sometimes, just a little too "tasty," if you know what I mean.
I think, for playing ZZ Top...
Internet search reveals that was in March of 1966.
A sad, sad time. First Phil Everly and now Pete. Giant, giant of a man. A real American Idol.
A very long time ago when I was a news...