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Wow. A lime green pickguard…
George Harrison in “She’s A Woman.” Simple, but perfect for the song.
Same for me. That’s probably because Harrison’s second Country Gentleman was the first Gretsch I ever saw.
Wyn, you’re not a guinea pig… you’re a pioneer.
Well, that was quick...
He was a part of the sound of my early childhood. Vaya con Dios, Don.
Dadgum, I laughed so hard at this…
From my flying days came these two:
"There are only two rules in aviation:
1) Don't bust your [butt].
2) Don't let somebody else bust your...
Never set yourself on fire to keep somebody else warm.
The solo in “She’s a Woman” is my favorite Harrison guitar moment. I think.
So many from which to choose…
No flaming pie there.
Kottke walked out on the stage and sat down in a chair. He spent what seemed like about 5 minutes tuning up and fiddling with the guitar, ignoring...
'77 or '78, Leo Kottke opening for Jesse Colin Young at the University of Georgia Coliseum.
Kottke was great.
I have been using white vinegar as shampoo since April of last year, after you suggested it. It works fine and is oh, so cheap.
For me, nope.
For you, whatever floats your boat.
Do you get those calls, too? I must have blocked about a million numbers generating those calls.
Hmmm... I always thought that he played the Duo Jet until “She Loves You”, when the first Country Gentleman made its debut.
What's it called when you just can't play a guitar, period?!
I was 7. In front of the TV watching Sullivan. And mad about it.
As I now recall, Feb 9 was the middle episode of a three-part/three-week...
Your English is excellent.
So, no surprise, for me it’s George Harrison.
If you told me you could wave a magic wand and I suddenly could play any one song in history and sound exactly like the recording, it’d be...
Martine, hold still! I need to hit you with a flying plate!