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post #1 of 19 (permalink) Old 02-09-2008, 08:41 AM Thread Starter
 
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Joe and Andy!

No......not me

Not seen this here before so thought i'd put it on!!

Enjoy

http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=P_ehgqgxxIE
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post #2 of 19 (permalink) Old 02-09-2008, 10:13 AM
 
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Yeah, that's a great video.

I love 'House full of bullets'! It's so groovy.

By the way, it's really cool how Joe stands there swinging to the music at about one minute into the video.

Joe and Andy rule!

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Damnit!! I got so excited from the title, I thought you meant Satch was gona play with Timmons in the US.
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Wow, that was amazing and very cool. Not sure it qualifies as blues though. One comment was calling it blues.

Poor Joe having to follow Timmons.

Timmons had the tone and the chops on top in that vid right there.
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i was there at that show. it was a few years ago at the dallas guitar show. they actually jammed on a few songs. they complemented each other very well and andy was extremely respectful of joe.
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Wow, that was amazing and very cool. Not sure it qualifies as blues though. One comment was calling it blues.

Poor Joe having to follow Timmons.

Timmons had the tone and the chops on top in that vid right there.
How is that not blues? It's a standard I-IV-V progression.
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Respect to both! Awesome video!
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Wow, that was amazing and very cool. Not sure it qualifies as blues though. One comment was calling it blues.

Poor Joe having to follow Timmons.

Timmons had the tone and the chops on top in that vid right there.
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How is that not blues? It's a standard I-IV-V progression.
I think I see where Darin is coming from. Although played over a blues progression, the solos aren't necessarily bluesy, imo.

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I've never bought into that whole, "oh, if you're not playing slowly with feel (essentially, if you're not playing those same old cliche blues licks over and over), then you're not playing blues" thing...

Trust me, I live in the blues capital of the world, and I've seen my fair share of blues acts. The ones that set themselves apart are the ones who aren't afraid to go outside the box. After all, blues is music, which is a creative artform.

Regardless, those licks are still mainly just basic pentatonic stuff (maybe just sped up a little), the most widely used scale in blues.
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For those of you that either don't remember, or never were taught. This is the real thing. The real Blues. What we have from Joe and Andy is some great playing with great riffs, tone etc. But it's a bit of a bastardization of the real thing.

Let yourself watch the whole vids.

http://youtube.com/watch?v=bsMpHHSLSlc

http://youtube.com/watch?v=X0gQP5Toj4U

http://youtube.com/watch?v=wemG2821l-o

Enjoy my friends.
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The same thing happened in country music. There are top shelf country artist that are not happy with what has happened. Shania Twain is WAY outside the country box. Along with alot of other top 40 country artist. Which is why I think there's 'country' and theres "country western' tags. I like where country has came to, and I love what Timmons is playing in that video. But to call it blues is a bit of a stretch. I think "Blues" is unlike any other genre. It's not just a chord progression or a pent scale. It's a feeling that goes into it. Take the double kick out of hard metal and prog rock and it starts to wonder off the reservation. Brad Paisly (country picker) can take pretty much any shredder to the woodshed, but even though he plays flurries of notes, you wouldn't call it shred. It feels country, and that's what it is.

Feast your ears on this taste of Paisley right here. The Petrucci of country.
http://youtube.com/watch?v=fIlZPm-g6Hw
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Lhq8KhAtX0
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wha??? But...bu.......b....you mean to tell me that's not you jammin with Satch???? Sheesh.........talk about a shattered image

Cool link Andrew, thanks for sharing
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For those of you that either don't remember, or never were taught. This is the real thing. The real Blues. What we have from Joe and Andy is some great playing with great riffs, tone etc. But it's a bit of a bastardization of the real thing.

Let yourself watch the whole vids.

http://youtube.com/watch?v=bsMpHHSLSlc

http://youtube.com/watch?v=X0gQP5Toj4U

http://youtube.com/watch?v=wemG2821l-o

Enjoy my friends.
Come on, that's like putting up a Chuck Berry link and saying only that is "real" rock n roll!

Roots are nice to revisit, but roots are only a small part of a tree, and the whole tree, is still the same species
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Come on, that's like putting up a Chuck Berry link and saying only that is "real" rock n roll!

Roots are nice to revisit, but roots are only a small part of a tree, and the whole tree, is still the same species
Nicely put, Rich.
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wha??? But...bu.......b....you mean to tell me that's not you jammin with Satch???? Sheesh.........talk about a shattered image

Cool link Andrew, thanks for sharing
He begged me to do it but i was busy


And i didn't want to show him up!!
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