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Discussion in 'Music to Your Ears' started by teleon, Feb 17, 2020.
I saw/heard Blaze exactly one time, and it was at the Austin Outhouse.
My friend, and wonderful guitarist Boomer Norman was playing with him at the time.
Boomer sadly lost his ability to play guitar a dozen years ago after an operating room stroke.
The show was very memorable, with Blaze’s great songs, and Boomer’s great playing.
Boomer still plays music.
He plays keyboards with his right hand, as the stroke affected his left side.
Blaze was killed shortly thereafter.
I’ve been learning “Clay Pigeons” recently. He’s a great songwriter.
There's a movie about him which is really interesting...
That Live at the Austin Outhouse release is a good one.
And regarding Clay Pigeons...I can't think of another cover song beside that one that
John Prine ever recorded. John's a guy who doesn't need other songwriters if you know what I mean.
And Blaze could play.
This guy was a special talent...
great songwriter,great guitar player and great vocalist...
if this song doesn't make your heart ache...you ain't got one.