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Discussion in 'Music to Your Ears' started by EllroyJames, Jul 13, 2020.
Masters. How can you not love that?
Back in the old days you could find Roy Clark as a guest on many TV shows, but seeing Joe Pass was rare.
I was always on the look out for Roy Clark on TV, he was thought of as a very gifted player, I probably wouldn’t have ever watched Hee Haw if Roy wasn’t one of the stars.
May He Rest In Peace.
Tremendous!!!! Thanks Ellroy, i really enjoyed that.
Makes me just want to throw all my guitars and amps away. It's a good thing that Roy Clark and/or Joe Pass are not the standard we mere mortals are judged by. No, wait, if I practice ten hours a day for the next 70 years... nah, I won't live to be 140, so I'll just be satisfied with what I am, and enjoy their wonderful talents.
When you get that much badassery in one room (every one of those players) it's amazing to me the earth can stay in orbit.
This is an example of why ( in a recent thread here) I picked Roy Clark as my #1 Best American guitar player. ( just an opinion)
His versatility- he could play anything!
Super cool clip! I really enjoyed seeing Roy in a setting where he was just focused on playing rather than hamming it up. I guess that's what sitting next to Joe Pass will do for you! Thanks for posting.
Joe Pass is so great on this clip...his little harmony fills and lines are perfect and his solo swings hard. He's really musically complementary here.
Love to hear either one of those guys,
pretty cool to see them playing together
Another great post Ellroy keep them coming.
Great players. I loved seeing Joe just sitting back, as cool as a cucumber.