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Oddly enough I haven’t had the urge to pick up the guitar through all of this. A good dose of SRV usually cures that. 

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Something a little different for the SD (and Johnny Cash) fans...

 

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On 4/5/2020 at 6:40 AM, maroonandwhite said:

Oddly enough I haven’t had the urge to pick up the guitar through all of this. A good dose of SRV usually cures that. 

Stevie was incredible. If he had lived I think music might have taken a different track. Very few call themselves blues players anymore.

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Saw him in a small club in Johnson City TN back in the 80s . Scary good show. We lost a good one.

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2 hours ago, Garufa said:

Something a little different for the SD (and Johnny Cash) fans...

 

I have seen Social D several times in San Diego as well as a few shows in Atlanta. Always a great show.

 

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Another great SoCal band that never really got the attention I feel they deserve.

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On 4/5/2020 at 5:40 AM, maroonandwhite said:

Oddly enough I haven’t had the urge to pick up the guitar through all of this. A good dose of SRV usually cures that. 

If I ever get tired of shooting handguns, I’m gonna learn to play a guitar.  That probably won’t happen, but that’s my plan.  

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Buddy Guy.............Just pick any one

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17 hours ago, Glenn said:

Stevie was incredible. If he had lived I think music might have taken a different track. Very few call themselves blues players anymore.

There's bunches of great blues players now, they're just not on the radio. 

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On 4/18/2020 at 2:48 PM, peejman said:

There's bunches of great blues players now, they're just not on the radio. 

Still are some. A number are great technicians but don’t have the soul.

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Yeah, we lost a good one in Stevie. 

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On 4/18/2020 at 3:06 AM, Jamie Jackson said:

Sometimes you need variety ...

 

 

LOL!!! I haven't listened to Funkadelic in years!! LOVE it!

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I'll keep the funk going to start a Saturday

Dare I say Tower of Power has the best horn and sax line?

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2 hours ago, A.J. Holst said:

I'll keep the funk going to start a Saturday

Dare I say Tower of Power has the best horn and sax line?

Agreed! There was an  HBO(?) special back when Huey Lewis was big that featured Tower of Power playing with HL & the News. Fantastic show. I've never found it again.

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Standing in the Shadows of Motown is a very interesting documentary. It’s about the Funk Brothers. Its amazing how much they that they never got credit for. Its available on Amazon Prime Video. 

At about an 1:12:00 into the documentary, a special treat is The Funk Brothers with Joan Osborne doing What Becomes of the  broken hearted.

If you take this walk down memory lane, make sure to go to the Funk Brothers Wikipedia page, scroll to the bottom and look at all the hits they played on.

I just go ahead and add the Funk Brothers with Joan Osborne youtube link and the documentary trailer below....enjoy

 

 

Standing in the Shadows of Motown - Trailer

 

 

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I had to mow today, 5 hours of my life I will never get back. ;) I had all of Unwritten Law's albums on rotate for it on sound suppression head phones. Life is good, with good music. :) 

 

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It doesn’t get much better than drums and bagpipes, regardless of what Mrs. Garufa thinks, lol.

 

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7 minutes ago, Garufa said:

It doesn’t get much better than drums and bagpipes, regardless of what Mrs. Garufa thinks, lol.

 

Yeah but can they do Whipping Post?

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