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Discussion in 'Fred's Barcalounge' started by drmilktruck, Feb 7, 2019.
Johnny Cash did duets with a lot of different folks.
Aerosmith and RUN-DMC
Elton John and Eminem.
The Hawks were a down-and-dirty R&B band at the time, and at first they were deeply skeptical about playing with some folkie. And Dylan's audience called him Judas for playing with them!
The Atlantic published a great article about that pairing just this morning.
Oh yeah. The were booed mercilessly. So much so that Levon Helm quit and went to work on an oil rig in Louisiana.
It took a lot of self-belief to punch through that.
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Those later Les Paul records that's him playing with modern guitarists like Slash or something
I’ve seen that. It was . . . a surprise.
That would be strange.
Joe Pass’ last album was with Roy Clark. I have great admiration for both of these masters of the guitar, but never thought I’d hear them together.
Jack Nietzsche and Sonny Bono co-wrote "Needles and Pins".
Slayer and Ice T doing a medly of songs by the 80’s British leather punk band The Exploited for the Judgement Night Soundtrack. That record had all kinds of weird pairings of rock bands and M.C.’s, but this was the craziest. I still love it.
It worked far better than one would imagine, but Jeff Beck taking the solo in "Barbara Ann" was just strange.
That really doesn’t surprise me. They ran in the same circle.
I'd forgotten about that album! It was in heavy rotation at our teenage parties circa 1993.
Same here. The only tracks I revisit are the Slayer/IceT medley and the Teenage Fanclub/De la Soul song “Fallin”. So good.
Vince Guaraldi used to sit in with The Grateful Dead once in a while in the late '60's.
Here's a clip of Tom Jones and Janis Joplin from his TV show.
David Bowie and SRV
Bob Dylan and Joan Baez
Odd, but productive.
When i saw the film the first time i didnt know she'd be in it, i think she held her own though
That doesn't surprise me too much. Folkies did duets all of the time.