King's X - been a fan of them for about 30 years.
I love all versions I've heard of this song and the bassist always does the head-swinging thing when he has to told the "pattern".
The Specials - More Specials album ,currently Pearl's Cafe.
Our own John Magill. Played it yesterday for a visiting buddy, again today for Sunday BBQ. Great record.Edit: a really great record.
Our own John Magill. Played it yesterday for a visiting buddy, again today for Sunday BBQ. Great record.
Edit: a really great record.
I'm a fan of this one too.
Emma Swift - Blonde On The Tracks. Some very pretty interpretations of a few Dylan songs....actually makes them listenable. '
"Feelin' Alright", by Dave Mason and the Quarantines.
I had forgotten how much I love this album...
Bad Manners - Forging Ahead album,currently What's Up Crazy Pup.
Lenny Breau - Boy Wonder album,currently The Blues Doubled .
I have the preview download for the Throwing Muses album Sun Racket. They replaced some profanity with a guitar solo for this video.
"Green Onions" By Booker T & The MGs, There are quite a few different versions to choose from---all of 'em good. It's the tune that made me want to play Rock & Roll on a Hammond B-3.
Long John Baldry
Leave my kitten alone. The Sonics.
I'm not listening to anything at the present time, but earlier I was listening to these two songs by Triumph:
In honor of 12 September, 1683, Vienna---
Sabaton's "Winged Hussars!"
Also, last night, while watching "Public Enemies", I caught a tune by Otis Taylor---"Ten Million Slaves". Never heard a tenor Tele before.
Shapes of Things- The Best of the Yardbirds
Please help support the Gretsch Pages through Paypal. It's quick, easy, and much appreciated!