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Discussion in 'Music to Your Ears' started by Steerforth, Sep 12, 2020.
The Hollies from 1972.
EDIT: Better cut, more Telecaster scenery.
Great one. Took a while to get the intro rif right but it's not that hard. Sounds like two guitars on the recording.
Always one o my favorites.
This song has a super strong association in my mind of driving into the apartment complex I lived in my sophomore year in college. I knew it wasn't Creedence but until recently I didn't actually know who it was... just that they sounded a lot like Creedence.
Its been on my set list since 1983.
I have always loved this song. I'm a big CCR fan and though I knew this was The Hollies, it definitely fits in Fogerty's playground.
Edit for improved cut above. Check out the Telecasters.
Although Tony Hicks did not play the cool intro likes (Allan Clarke did) Tony is a wonderful guitarist.
Great song. That entire intro is classic.
I guess that intro is the Telecaster equivalent to the Stratocaster "Sweet Home Alabama" intro.
Doesn't really matter to me, though, because I can never play it right.
voice and feel
I didn’t know Steerforth posted this or I would have jumped in earlier.
Great song... I am currently un-learning and relearning it.
I was looking to compare what I find to others’.
A work-mate and I just discussed this week that any (from a number of) groups could have took this song (as recorded) to stardom.
The Guess Who
Just a super song