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This is Vince Gill at his blazing best. The bass player is Michael Rhodes, one of the great Nashville session players. I saw him with Joe Bonamassa’s band about a year ago. The drummer is Billy Thomas, who has played in Vince’s band for a long time.

Billy Thomas is a very enthusiastic drummer! He brings a lot to Vince's group. And I just love Vince's old beat-to-shit Tele. Clapton's Crossroads festivals have brought us a lot of great music and artist collaborations you don't see too often.



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C'mon Henry. Let's keep it classy. Big Grin
https://youtu.be/IdkCEioCp24?t=1

Crap, now I have to share a song. Ummm... I hope this doesn't go against the twanging trend so far.
 
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in the Vince Gill video, how many saw Eric Clapton in disguise?

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This is Vince Gill at his blazing best. The bass player is Michael Rhodes, one of the great Nashville session players. I saw him with Joe Bonamassa’s band about a year ago. The drummer is Billy Thomas, who has played in Vince’s band for a long time.

Billy Thomas is a very enthusiastic drummer! He brings a lot to Vince's group. And I just love Vince's old beat-to-shit Tele. Clapton's Crossroads festivals have brought us a lot of great music and artist collaborations you don't see too often.

The Tele is Vince’s legendary ‘53 Blackguard that he bought for $450 in Oklahoma City in the late 70s. For those not into guitars, a “Blackguard” is not simply a Telecaster with a black pickguard. It refers specifically to those made between 1950 and 1954; pickguards were made of bakelite. Gill has said that he owns many “blackguards” now, in a search for another with similar sound and feel—he hasn’t found it. There’s something about the neck and sound of that one that’s special.

Here’s one that you don’t hear very often from the Stones. Keith Richards is playing another iconic blackguard Tele, that he calls “Micawber,” named after the Dickens’ character from David Copperfield. The guitar was a gift from Eric Clapton.


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The Choardettes
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C'mon Henry. Let's keep it classy. Big Grin
https://youtu.be/IdkCEioCp24?t=1


Well, since you brought in the Foo Fighters, how about this...?




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Although it's a Christmas song, "You're Here" by Francesca Battistelli always touches me.





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^^^^^^^^
Beautiful harmonies. Emmylou and Linda especially harmonize well together. Linda joins on quite a few Emmylou songs, but you don't know it is her unless you read the credits.



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in the Vince Gill video, how many saw Eric Clapton in disguise?

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Looks like it was filmed at one of Clapton's Crossroads Guitar Festivals.

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Roy Buchanan was a true Telecaster master. We lost him too soon.



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Concierto Para Una Sola Voz
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I like this one – the song and the graphics.

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First time I heard this I was 7 years old and didn't really understand it. Some where in my twenties I learned about love and heartache and since then I can't listen to this song without getting emotional.

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Link to original video: https://youtu.be/wSemc3kj818


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I always thought this was really unique...




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Link to original video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IwPHy17Iu6E



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Just read that “beard guy” Mike Taylor (from my posted vid above) “died of natural causes in his sleep” in late December. He had two children...sad.



"If you’re a leader, you lead the way. Not just on the easy ones; you take the tough ones too…” – MAJ Richard D. Winters (1918-2011), E Company, 2nd Battalion, 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 101st Airborne

"Woe to those who call evil good, and good evil... Therefore, as tongues of fire lick up straw and as dry grass sinks down in the flames, so their roots will decay and their flowers blow away like dust; for they have rejected the law of the Lord Almighty and spurned the word of the Holy One of Israel." - Isaiah 5:20,24
 
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