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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by yegbert, May 13, 2021.
...and never knock him down.
He's always been amazing . Big fab of his since circa 1969
I don't really know Ry Cooder that well, but I love that song as performed by Willie Watson.
loved him as the guitar of karatekid
This is one of my favorites of his for sure. I just listened to it the other day. Once I get my baritone together this one of my first songs to try out.
One of my favorite albums by Ry Cooder
Put it on just now. It’s been too long
One of my favorite guitar intros - the 1st 10 seconds or so just knocks me out
Me too. CSM is one of my favourite albums by anyone.
By coincidence I found myself humming Yellow Roses this morning, long before I saw this thread.
Always up-vote Ry Cooder
Big Cooder fan since I was just a pup.
He has put out dozens of great albums over a lot of years.
Ry Cooder is a great performer and session guy.
You don't need a baritone---though that would be a cool twist. Just tune to Open D and turn on trem and reverb.
That's the cool twist I am looking for, a lower register to play some songs. I have three other guitars in open tunings. I'll start with a few Ry Cooder instrumentals. Just got the body finished and my neck from Warmoth. That's another thread.
If you're ever having a bad day, I say just flip on some Cooder. Things will look a little rosier.
I saw this band (in '82)in Manchester. Oh my..............
One of my bands does 'Jesus is on the Mainline', as a three part unaccompanied harmony.
The other does 'He'll have to go', in a Cooder style.....
He's a Living Legend/National Treasure.
I went to hear Ricky Scaggs when he had RC in the band on electric. The amp was a Magnatone Custom 280 with the custom tube pre-amp in front of it.