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    BluesTalker
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    I've been listening to Otis Spann's "Biggest Thing Since the Colossus" with Greenie on guitar, over and over in my workshop.
    Just unbelieveable.
    His touch and choice of notes...dynamics.
    It's really staggering.
    I find myself alone in the doom saying, "DAMN!!" out loud.

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    Quote Originally Posted by charlie chitlins View Post
    There are many who think that Peter Green was the best White Blues player ever.
    Time to get to work and figure out where you stand on this one!!
    Choosing my favorite white blues guitarists narrowed the field considerably. This list is totally subjective but here goes in no particular order: Peter Green, Roy Buchanan, Eric Clapton, Stevie Ray Vaughn and Joe Bonamassa.
    Marky

    Remember the music is not in the guitar

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    Havin fun with this stuff so check this out...another great, under-appreciated Blues Band from the Fleetwood Mac era... And who's that playin keys?

    https://youtu.be/DtoKnQROnmU

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    Everybody knows that it is Christine Anne Perfect playin keys. She became known as Christine McVie after her marriage to John McVie of Fleetwood Mac. She is a British singer, keyboardist and songwriter. I'm just messin with ya. I was just trying to sound smart for a minute. I didn't recognize her from the video so I did some research. She played with Chicken Shack from '68 - '69. This is very interesting BluesHawk. Thanks for kickin down some knowledge.
    Marky

    Remember the music is not in the guitar

 

 

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