fav artists in different genres of music?

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Some people can't walk and chew gum at the same time. This fellow could chew gum, sing a song, and strum a 12 string.

The incredibly talented Greg Lake. RIP.

 

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Band called “Horse” from my hometown Truro NS … back in ‘14 they reformed to play at our 40 yr HS reunion , as luck would have it they recorded it and produced a 2CD recording of all their own compositions … it’s online , find the song called “Fisherman “ and give it a listen , kinda a long but you will have a fair idea what it like growing up in our neck of the woods …. sadly a few wks ago Jo and I attended Abbey Aucoin’s funeral services , he was self taught Horse guitar player , in fact the entire band was self taught …. Hope some will take the time to search this out and give it an honest listen ….
 
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Ron Wood was associated with Ron Lane. There is a couple of videos on Youtube which are interesting.
 
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For a highly unusual and very good version of Chuck Berry's "MAYBELLINE" try Chris Smither. There are a few videos of this.
 
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For a highly unusual and very good version of Chuck Berry's "MAYBELLINE" try Chris Smither. There are a few videos of this.
I livein a country town. Every Saturday night on the ABC we have cowboy music. I am always amazed that they can sing a song using only one note. -
 
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I livein a country town. Every Saturday night on the ABC we have cowboy music. I am always amazed that they can sing a song using only one note. -

Technically excellent... But was she in a hearse??? Turned it into a dirge IMHO :-(

At least Pat Travers sounded like he was making an effort to catch up:


Though you wonder why he didn't buy a Cadillac in the first place:
 
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