(Vocal) A blues song using a telecaster my late friend Ted Russel built, and my black faced fender Deluxe.
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Just when this one lulls you into it's mellow, laid-back, bluesy riff, it sneaks up and slams you upside the head for all it's worth.
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Just blues my way 335 big time the old guitar is 53 years old and has all ways been MINE
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A Love Lost Straight Ahead Blues song for the Clickers Club 2/4/17 Blues Song Challenge @ 8PM/UK on SoundClick. A song with Solos of Soprano Sax, Trumpet, Rhodes Piano & Backing of B3 Organ, Rhodes/Vibes, Drums, Bass, & Blues Passion. (EP 6:25).
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Got a case of those funky lowdown snow shovel blues.... BAss, Guitar work by Daniel Waite, Vocals and Blues Harp by Kurt. Thanks to Tammy Swindell for your her assistance in production.
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A Song about a special lady..... Thanks to Daniel Waite for his excellent rythem guitar and slide guitar work.
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We love the blues...it gives the artist room to create using raw emotion...We used the slide guitar to tell this story.
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Recorded at Pee Wee Erwin's Studio in Teaneck, NJ July of 1972. One of original originals that was also put on video that same year.
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Guitarboy's Instructional DVD at guitarboy.com*Written By Guitarboy. Guitarboy - Guitars, Bobby 'Radar' Martin - Bass, Rick Brunetti - Drums * Produced by Guitarboy & Buddy Strong**Download this tune on iTunes**
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This great backing track was created by the amazing Bobby Mac. I played trumpet and piano. Thanks so much Bobby.
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My view and notes on "Nobody knows when you're down and out". This one took 2 amps and three guitars and a software failure (with a amazing manual recovery afterwards) to get in a sort of "Done" state.
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