Hey, how are you?
I’m so good, I like this whole French Revolution, red and black, look you have going on.
Thanks, haha, I uh, How are you? 94 more words
This week on Old School Record Review, Dave sat down with Scott Holiday of Rival Sons to talk about the band’s music and Scott’s creative approach. 61 more words
“Preachin’ Blues (Up Jumped The Devil)” is one of my favourite Robert Johnson tunes (probably my favourite), it’s like a roller coaster ride, it jumps out at you and demands your attention. 1,040 more words
Elmore was a genius on the slide guitar. This song ‘Shake Your Money Maker’ has all the exuberance of great Chicago Blues.
While Britain was prim and proper the black Americans had a lively, free sexuality. 170 more words
I only saw him play twice but he blew my mind. That guitar sound was from a different planet.
I wish Zoot would come and play that long lunar note for me one more time. 42 more words
When you hear a song, you hear all the component parts together, the drums, bass, guitars vocals, keyboards, horns, special effects if any, etc.
When you hear a single instrument out of context, it has a different appeal, and is often strikingly different than it sounds settled inside the “mix” of the final song. 231 more words