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Discussion in 'Fred's Barcalounge' started by Robbie, Feb 10, 2019.
Nothing to add, proud to do what I do.
Lesser my ath, nothing moves me like the Blues
..And looking good doing it...You look good in red, brother!
ain't nothing wrong with the "Blues". I've been bending strings since 1966.
Great photo! And I love the blues too! Was just listening to my man Albert Collins, matter of fact.
One of my favorite Tele guys!
Me too man.
Lesser? What kind of snob would say such a thing about the blues?
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The Blues and Country had a child, and they called it Rock and Roll.---Muddy Waters
Everything is built on what came before. You can't have a building without a foundation.
Great pic Robb, you look mahvellous dahlin'
You just keep rocking that blues you do so well.
The Blues is why I'm still here
Ellmore James, Howlin Wolf, Hubert Sumlin, John Lee Hooker, Muddy Waters... But I go on to old soul music, Otis Redding, Sam Cooke, Etta James, Percy Sledge... And if I add a little of early rock'n'roll, as Chuck Berry stuff... Well that's the perfect cocktail for me...
I love Soul and R&B, great music and so much fun to play. There are Blues snobs out there too though. When I encounter one that feels it necessary to give their opinion I ask if they’ve ever seen the categories at the Blues Music Awards.
Preach brother .......... be proud
Ain't no heart without the blues!
Robbie...looks like the jack plug is on the front of the lower bout...odd for a Gretsch...tell me the story!!
The whole package - good looking, stylish dress, nice hat, killer guitar and great playing.
It's been a long way from Robert Johnson to Jimi Hendrix, but it's all the same old Blues. Muddy Waters, Keb' Mo', Aynsley Lister and Matt Schofield - so many shades of Blues, and I love quite a lot of them. The only thing I can't stand is when some old dudes play a boring 12-bar tune with uninspired solos and claim to be guardians of the Blues. But anyway, my band is also Blues-based, some Soul, a pinch of Jazz, some funky tunes - a lot of fun to play!
Love the Blues. Without it, there would be no Rock & Roll.
That’s where they are on Panthers. Just like Gibsons