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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Cadillac_Mike, Jan 22, 2021.
Eddie Van Halen
Yup. Pretty obvious, really.
It's so perfect. That organic twangy Reverb/chorus strat starts out the song right before the cathedral analog synths kick in.
Here’s another one.
It takes a lot of balls to post a Richard Marx song on a Tele forum. As a singer, fantastic voice.
I’ll see your Richard Marx, and raise you....
I’m just playing the game man. The guest guitarist on this one should be pretty easy.
Correct. Randy Meisner and Timothy B. Schmidt sang background vocals on the track too.
Oh, I think I know now but I can’t remember his name. He was married to Pat Benatar. Is that correct?
I know Tim Pierce toured with Rick for a while so that was my first guess.
I saw Pat Benatar and Neil Geraldo at Mountain Winery in Saratoga CA. He told the story of the Springfield recording sessions. Pretty cool.
I just read an article, that told the story of EVH playing on MJ's Beat it.... And asking for nothing in return.. No royalties, no name credit on Album... notha... He was hoping no one would know, how wasted was he at that point?? ... LMAO
I was going to post from Al Stewart's 1969 Love Chronicles album with Jimmy Page and Richard Thompson, but thought I'd spare you having to listen to such self centred tripe. The stuff session players had to do to earn a living!
David Gilmour! He played on a few Kate Bush songs over the years.
I think he had quite a part in getting her career started. As far as I remember the story, a mutual friend of the Bush and Gilmour families played him a demo tape.
If you played guitar in the 80s you might get this one
If you haven’t heard the album Acadie,do so