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Glen Campbell

In Memoriam‬
Glen Campbell
‪Sunrise: 22-Apr-1936‬
‪Sunset: 08-Aug-2017

Props to Go-Go Ray for the initial post.

 

 

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Paul and Art in the control room with The Great Roy Halee, during the making of the classic and timeless Bridge Over Troubled Waters.

Dig them big, beefy Neveian, Focusritey knobs! Knobs. It’s such a warm and fuzzy word. So nice and woody. Not tinny at all!

Oh, baby.

 

 

Classical Gas [Mason Williams] | Songs | Tommy Emmanuel

Tommy Emmanuel
Published on Aug 29, 2011

Learn this song from Tommy via multi-angle videos, transcriptions (Guitar Pro, Powertab, PDF, notation) Full information here: truefire.com/acoustic-guitar-l…
The other songs featured in this video are: Walk Don’t Run by Johnny Smith (made famous by The Ventures) Saturday Night’s Alright For Fighting by Elton John & Bernie Taupin

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Not your typical rendition of this classic piece!

Tommy is a true guitar God. One of the best that has ever lived, surely. A Chet Atkins-level finger picker!

 

 

Joni Mitchell – Coyote (Live at Gordon Lightfoot’s Home with Bob Dylan & Roger McGuinn, 1975)

Swingin’ Pig
Published on Jun 20, 2019

All rights to this footage belong to Netflix. Watch the amazing documentary “Rolling Thunder Revue: A Bob Dylan Story by Martin Scorsese” for more of this incredible and rare footage! I had the privilege of seeing “Rolling Thunder” in theaters, and it was an experience. I saw it at the Castro Theater in San Francisco, a historic theater from the 1920s. The sound system was terrible. It had two gigantic speakers in the front that made the sound bounce off every wall.

At the same time, though, I couldn’t think of a better venue. There were over a thousand people in the room, and you could feel every one of them. Some people yelled out, “Dylan!” enthusiastically, and they roared after each performance. After Joni played this number, the crowd was silent for a few moments, then, to my surprise, gave her the biggest applause I heard during the film (yes, even bigger than “Hard Rain” and “One More Cup of Coffee”).

I listened to the studio version when I got home, but in my opinion, this performance is far superior, though it leaves out most of the lyrics. I hope you enjoy this gem as much as I did!

This primo performance is superb and I don’t think you should miss it.