Discussion in 'Open Forum' started by JEFF JOHNSON, Apr 28, 2011.
In my opinion this is yet another classic concert on DVD..
This DVD., shows the late Gary Moore's last filmed concert and it's excellent! Jeff.
This link is for an excellent Southern Rock song, it's called Ronnie's Song.
The link below is for a classic song/video! Jeff.
Alvin Lee who was the guitarist with this band passed on recently, the link below gives details, Jeff.
Brings back memories Jeff.
One of the first bordermoving experiences by music I got in my younger days was exactly Alvin Lee when he was performing this:
in the telli wearing clogs. That made me listen to almost all the boogiewoogie and blues I could find. Your own Mark Knopfler is also a great performer in my world and the everlasting Clapton and JJCale like here when it has got to be cosy and soft.
Hello Claus, those are two good performances.
The 6/3/13 was a sad day for the world of music!
The link below is for a whole show by TYA., Jeff.
These two scans show Alvin Lee's last studio CD., which was released in 2012 and in my opinion it's well worth obtaining! Jeff.
I can listen to that one Jeff all evening. He has such a calm over his way to play even when full throttle a head. He must have been born with a guitar in his hands. Great musician.
They get old though and some of the newbies is doing fine aswell.
Theseg guys here certainly have the spirit too I think:
Enjoy Claus C
Hello Claus, i concur! Jeff.
This link is for a Neil Young CD., which I enjoy listening to, except for the last track that is.
This video may be of interest.
This video shows what in my opinion is a great concert.
This link is for an instrumental track which I enjoy.
Jeff - good to see you're also a fan of Alvin Lee - he could mix it with the best of them!
The first live LP I ever bought must have been 'Undead' in 1968 - spectacular guitar playing throughout, especially on Woody Herman's 'At the Woodchopper's Ball'
It always amuses me how Alvin counts the band back in after the bass solo and seems to take no notice of it himself! - I think he must have had a(nother!) pint waiting at the bar...
Hello David, yes, he was a talented musician and it was a sad day when he passed on.
This link shows a playlist which may be of interest.
This music may be of interest.
I have this on CD. Great album.
This link is for another fine album.
Another splendid album.
This album may be of interest.
This link is for some slow Blues songs.
This link is for a classic tune by Peter Green who sadly passed on yesterday.
Thanks Jeff ; a lovely tribute... he’s left a great legacy ...it was nice to listen to it again and remember him by
Thanks, Geoff - Peter Green certainly had a lovely 'touch'. I can't explain it better than that, but this does:-
And here he is, probably at the height of his career back in 1969:-
For me, it's hard to think it's the same bloke. If ever there was a lesson 'Don't Do Drugs, Kids', this is it...
Yes, he was a gifted musician!
This link is for a Blues song by Peter.
This video may also be of interest.
This classic concert may be of interest.
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