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Discussion in 'Telecaster Discussion Forum' started by TexasTwang, Apr 16, 2012.
i found this little gem and had to share. just had to.
Love the guitar, amps and hair! Blue Cheer action on a tele I miss the 70's!
Haha, the keyboardist slays me.
"Open your eyes..." Indeed!!!
That was too fun! Thanks for posting. Belongs in some sort of historical (hysterical?) archive.
That's Vince Crane! The guy was also in Arthur Brown's band prior to Atomic Rooster and was an amazing organist. He influenced Van Der Graaf Generator's organist really closely. Infact on VDGG's song "Lost" I'm sure there is a half tribute to him as the singer sings the word "Fire" and the organist plays a chord that is voiced exactly like on the original Arthur Brown song....
However I digress. That Tele looks really awesome with that custom pickguard. I guess that is a Burns Trisonic in the neck position??
I thought they were great!
Next time some kid asks me how times have changed since i was a kid, all i have to do is send him that link.
Awesome! I prefer this psychedelic blues though...
Telecasters don't seem to get a lot of use in modern Stoner rock. Dead Meadow's guitarist/singer uses one but they are at the lighter end of the spectrum.
I could see Animal from The Muppets jamming with these guys.
I could never warm to that voice but I prefered that line up of WM to later lineups.
Too sweet man, I just can't get enough of the late 60's through mid 70's ... just great stuff.
When I watched it, the ad at the bottom of the video was for California Drug Rehab.
I saw the title of the thread and thought to myself, boy that has my name all over it!
I swear I'll be playing that riff tonight.
When that kind of music was happening, I was rebuilding engines on a stand by the back door of a big shop, I'd get to playing my radio listening to that stuff, and first thing you know, I'd be gone out the back door! Used to really get my boss going. Don't know why he didn't just can me. Loved the video. I can't comment on how cheap some things were in those days, you would'nt bleieve it anyway.