Eric Clapton's Crossroads Festival -
The Cotton Bowl, Dallas TX
Source: FM SBD/SAT>CDR>EAC>CDWAV>CD
Taped and edited by JimO'Brien Eric Clapton's "Crossroads Festival" 06/06/2004
Neal Schon with Jonathan Cain
1. Star Spangled Banner > Voodoo Child (Slight Return)
Larry Carlton - 2014-05-14 - Seal Beach, CA
Live at Spaghettini
Audience Tape: A
Mikes: Schoeps mk4 > Actives > NBox >
Recorder: Sony M-10
Transfer: Goldwave (Volume Boost, Compression > Dither to 16b) > Media Monkey (Flac Transfer L8)
Location: Right Center...
Video compression mode: AVI
Size Mb: 532
Total Run Time mn. 53:01
1. Comin home baby
2. March of the jazz angels
3. Osaka cool
4. Ridin the treasure
5. Minute by minute
6. All blues
7. So what
8. Put it where you want it (featuring Wayne Henderson & Wilton...
Been looking for this recording for a while now. Found a couple of rough youtube videos but the audio breaks up. I've read there is supposed to be an audio recording bootleg out there so I thought I would ask here. Greatly appreciated!
Oui Oui Si
Just My Imagination
Avery Fisher Hall, New York, NY
July 4, 1974
1. Intro 0:06
2. Stomp and Buck Dance 9:45
3. Night Theme 12:51
4. Put It Where You Want It 5:23
5. Hard Times 9:49
6. Song Intro 0:25
7. The Young Rabbits 5:05
8. So Far Away 13:36
Total time 57:00
The most successful Japanese hard/blues rock act to date, B’z with Tak Matsumoto has sold more than 80 million albums in the last 20 years; is also oa solo jazz guitarist. His new album, "Strings of My Soul," his second release since, "Hana," in 2003, is sure to be a favorite for anyone who...
Blue Thumb Records
Larry's 2nd solo album - for Carlton completists. The trademark 'Carlton' guitar sound is evident throughout, as is his toneless singing (6 vocal tunes!!). This is an interesting part of Carlton's beginnings and there are enough moments...
Steely Dan Rent Party Tour '09
Internet Request Night
101 intro - teenies blues
102 black friday
106 hey 19
110 dirty work
113 rikki don't lose that number
114 home at last
201 dr wu...
Steve Lukather & Larry Carlton
Blue Note Tokyo, Japan
November 15, 1998
Full show which is, IMO, a better performance than the official 'Osaka' release. And the sound is just incredible.
1. Don't Give It Up
2. (It Was) Only Yesterday
3. All Blues
4. 'Cause We've Ended...
Recently I was reading an article in Guitar Player where Larry Carlton was showing how he might inject some jazzy colors into a 12-bar blues progression (in C i think). When he was talking about the I chord, which was a C9 in the example he played, he mentioned "superimposed arpeggios" (the ones...
Who is your top 3 favorite guitarists and why?
1 Malmsteen, for his great technique and innovation (bringing classical to the main stream at certain points and maintaining it on a smaller scale for over 20 years) Plus I just love classical....I was playing that style before he was...
Last week I asked my guitar teacher if I could ever get anywhere in life by playing guitar. He told me that I do have the necessary passion and dedication and I could go far if I really wanted. The thing is that I have so many interests in life, so many ambitions, and so many things I would want...
I have always had a huge passion and drive to play my guitar and in only 2 years I have become a pretty good player. Recently though, I just can't find anything that excites me. I mean I have always loved metal but its just getting old and I am dying for something else to play. I also can't...
ok, well nobody is goona agree with the 40 greatest guitar solos ever post here. so, rather than bother with a list or ammending that list, what are your fav's? you can do top 10 or 40 or whatever, or maybe just one that you feel has been left out. inspire us:bannana_g
I don't neccersarrilly disagree with the list, however they left some out....cant think of many right now but i know there is :scratch:
i think this list maybe though somewhat of a Top 40 most "popular" than "greatest"