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Good job the boy's finally learning how to sing!

Caught him at the Arches a couple years back - I lost count of the number of different guitars he pulled out, total machine and a phenomenal concert.

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Go on!!....check him out then before you judge him on one track with Sandi...

YouTube - Joe Bonamassa - Mountain time (Live at North Sea Jazz Festival)

Leaves me cold I'm afraid.

You should go see Walter Trout, at the LT on Oct 7th.

THE LEMON TREE LOUNGE : Productions : Walter Trout

Used to to really like Walter until he seemed to lose it in favour of the 'more emotion equals more notes' style. The fact that Walter seems to love Bonamassa and put him on his album just proves to me he's lost it. But that's just me. Check this out-

Joe Bonamassa Jams With Walter Trout!! Video

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Leaves me cold I'm afraid.

You should go see Walter Trout, at the LT on Oct 7th.

THE LEMON TREE LOUNGE : Productions : Walter Trout

Used to to really like Walter until he seemed to lose it in favour of the 'more emotion equals more notes' style. The fact that Walter seems to love Bonamassa and put him on his album just proves to me he's lost it. But that's just me. Check this out-

Joe Bonamassa Jams With Walter Trout!! Video

Got tickets for Walter some time ago, but thanks anyway! I just love my R&B/rock and a live gig especially plus it gets me out of the house!

Signed, Domestic Goddess of Milltimber (or is it desperate housewife??!):D

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One of the dudes my regular guitar mag is fixated on, along with John fuckin Mayer, I know Joe is better than that blandola, but he's nae Duane Allman or John Fogerty, or Randy California, or...drones on ad infinitum

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One of the dudes my regular guitar mag is fixated on, along with John fuckin Mayer, I know Joe is better than that blandola, but he's nae Duane Allman or John Fogerty, or Randy California, or...drones on ad infinitum

Go check out his 'Blues Deluxe' album and then say he isn't one of very best guitarists in the world right now - each track a different style of blues on a different guitar and with a different set up, each one a belter (Burning Hell in particular).

Admittedly some of his latest stuff isn't as good as his earlier works but he still knocks out a brilliant tune. Oh, and he can't sing, but, bless him, he does try!

Back on the Sandi thing. In a similar vein, Common is one of the best rappers there's been yet got Lily fuckin Allen to squawk on his last album. That doesn't mean that his earlier work isn't still as brilliant as it was when it first came out, nor that he can't still tear it up when the feeling takes him. Some artists just like really random acts sometimes.

Oh, and in terms of LT blues we got Connie Lush & Blues Shouter on Wednesday 1 September and, as mentioned, Walter Trout on Thursday 7 October. All tickets available from Aberdeen Box Office, 01224 641122.

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Some artists just like really random acts sometimes.

Connie Lush & Blues Shouter on Wednesday 1 September and, as mentioned, Walter Trout on Thursday 7 October. All tickets available from Aberdeen Box Office, 01224 641122.

Jeebus yes, Keef fell in my estimation, when asked who the hottest noo music talent was a few years back, he said Norah Jones, When Good People Do Bland Things pt113.

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Jeebus yes, Keef fell in my estimation, when asked who the hottest noo music talent was a few years back, he said Norah Jones, When Good People Do Bland Things pt113.

He was probably just hoping for a shag though.

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.....is playing at Glasgow concert hall Monday 18th October. Tickets on sale today! Got mine!:up:

and Joe Satriani playing on the friday at the Clyde Auditorium...what a week that will be!:]

Hmm...Satriani + Bonamassa... how many notes per second is that?

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One of the dudes my regular guitar mag is fixated on, along with John fuckin Mayer, I know Joe is better than that blandola, but he's nae Duane Allman or John Fogerty, or Randy California, or...drones on ad infinitum

...Leslie West, Zal Cleminson, Billy Gibbons, Jimi Hendrix...and so forth

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Good job the boy's finally learning how to sing!

Caught him at the Arches a couple years back - I lost count of the number of different guitars he pulled out, total machine and a phenomenal concert.

Yeah it was a cool gig but a bit overindulgent in the solos !!!!!!

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Guest Bob Knob

I think Bonamassas voice aint too bad tbh. Anyone checked out his Albert Hall DVD? It's good :up:

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I like Sandi's work with Joe Bonnamassa, but I think we can all agree she is at her best when producing foul-mouthed tirades directed at obscure Aberdeen based web columnists.

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This also crossed my mind....although, to be fair, her new album has been getting relatively decent reviews!!

Someone wasn't impressed, it has pride of place in One Up 2nd Hand section already...along with her last 2!

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Guest davetherave

Joe B

...Leslie West, Zal Cleminson, Billy Gibbons, Jimi Hendrix...and so forth

Bloody hell, a thread that mentions Leslie West, Randy California, Billy Gibbons, etc. Am I on the right forum ;)

I saw Leslie West play at a gig years ago, IMHO he has more tone in one finger than many players have in both hands. Randy California played at the same gig, another great guitar player, check out Spirit's "twelve dreams of Dr Sardonicus" album for some very cool music.

I like Joe B's playing too, very tuneful, Sloe Gin being one of my fav tracks of his :up:

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Saw Mr California supporting Gillan at the Capitol (only went for Randy). One of my fave albums is 'Spirit of 76'.......the version of 'Like a rolling stone' pleases me massively. :up:

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