Ry Cooder---"The Very Thing (That Makes You Rich)"
Only liked a handful of Stones post Brian. One of my favorites with that beautiful "slide" work from him.
A fellow who used to post on this forum:
And another young guy who plays very well:
...been stuck in my head for weeks now
The Kinks - "Come Dancing"
Rick Griffin's cover art is spectacular. Depending on how you look at it, the lettering for "Grateful Dead" can also be seen as "We Ate The Acid."
(and they did, too!)
Dion, from his album Heroes of Early Guitar. Great stuff.
Listening to the Doc
Parabar, that’s my favorite Police album. I got it on vinyl in 1982 and listened to it over and over and over again. I have it on CD but that album really should be listened on vinyl if you can get your hands on the record.
The album cover is hypnotic too.
I still have the vinyl version that I bought when it came out --- my first Police record. I also have a cassette of the live show at the Cow Palace in San Francisco from the GITM tour --- they were absolutely ferocious in concert, with some updated arrangements of their older songs too.
Johnny Burnette Rock 'N' Roll Trio ,currently track 10 Chains of Love.
Danilo Fiani, Gretsch Endorsed Artist, live feed of the Black Bird Band, on Facebook:
Bridge of Sighs!
Robin Trower is so under rated.
I've fallen down a youtube rabbit hole listening to Joe South. . .
Marty Stuart---"Runnin' Down A Dream"---acoustic!
Dave Edmunds - Girl's Talk.
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