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Personally, I preferred the TC Band to the Painkillers. Both are good!
Doug Sahm (mentioned earlier)
Jesse Ed Davis
The "Best" of concept. Unless criteria are specified it is a pointless exercise. For most things that I see in TDPRI, it is favorites which really...
Essential pedals: gas, brake, and clutch!
That is a great album!
Mick Ronson on guitar
Lots more important things than turning grey to worry about!
I saw Argent 1970-71; great band live. Argent is a wonderful player, but Russ Ballard was really great on the guitar!
Warren Haynes a few notes? He has great tone but I think he generally over plays.
Does a Broadcaster count! My friend has one!
Never liked the silent stage. To me it was better if all the instruments started off at really low volume and then brought it up to get a good...
I listened to Hootie's Jumpin Blues last week. Great album!
Bonnie has always had great bands! Stephen Bruton was a great player. George Marinelli (sp) is also a wonderful player.
I saw it in the theater when it came out, not impressed.
I saw TYA twice, very good, but no keys in the mix, from that aspected I liked their LPs better than live. Leo Lyons great bass player!
Rory Block’s autobiography is good
Dave Davies book
I liked the ABC label record that they did, there was also an import album also. The album with no shirts great album but awful cover.
For me it was not albums but TV - Hullabaloo, Shindig, Ed Sullivan, Buck Owens, etc.
I was disappointed, too much miming, little if anything live.
Blackie and the Rodeo Kings
Downchild Blues Band
Rick Roberts, "Sneaky Pete likes to play the fast ones"!
Fairport Convention "Full House"
John and Beverley Martyn " Stormbringer"'
Steeleye Span "Hark! The Village Wait"