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What are you listening to now? 7 years 2 months ago #18

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The Allman Brothers, Cleveland 2006

It took the bro's a while to get that glorious noise back when Derek Trucks replaced Dickie Betts, joining Warren Haynes on guitar. They's certainly achieved it by the time of this soundboard recordiing from one of their 2006 shows, this is classic Allmans at their very best.
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What are you listening to now? 7 years 2 months ago #203

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Just got "Them Crooked Vultures" as a birthday gift...... Strangely addictive
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What are you listening to now? 7 years 2 months ago #210

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Spoonful - Live at Winterland - Cream
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What are you listening to now? 7 years 2 months ago #213

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Gary Moore - "I love you more than you'll ever know". Wonderful bit of rockin blues guitar :D
.... and Walter Trout next on the playlist .. hugely underated guitarist and one of the supreme blues/rock guitarists out there in my opinion
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What are you listening to now? 7 years 2 months ago #219

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davyb wrote:
Gary Moore - "I love you more than you'll ever know". Wonderful bit of rockin blues guitar :D
.... and Walter Trout next on the playlist .. hugely underated guitarist and one of the supreme blues/rock guitarists out there in my opinion

I would have a hard time playing them the other way round. In my book Gary Moore just doesn't have the subtlety that is needed to interpret the blues, whereas Walter Trout nails it perfectly. I saw him with John Mayall a couple of times about 20 years ago,
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What are you listening to now? 7 years 2 months ago #222

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Think Mr Moore has gotten better as he ages not so much of his 80s hard rock influence now and his variety is a bit better and crisper fingering with less distortion...think he's always been able to put passion into his playing...just look at his ugly mug in mid-solo...a face only a mother could love..Sorry Gaz!! That said...gotta admit since discovering Walter Trout by accident about 5 years ago I can't recommend him enough to anyone who hasn't had a listen. But variety is the spice of life
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