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The Outsiders - Time Won't Let Me (1966) 4K​

 

Live From KSVY Studio B, Eddie Duran S2 Ep2​

90 years old!
41m
 
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Have any of you ever seen these guys?

They're called The Classic Rock Show. They do covers of classic rock songs, and do it very well.


 
Have any of you ever seen these guys?

They're called The Classic Rock Show. They do covers of classic rock songs, and do it very well.
Pretty good pickers. Takes a lot of time to listen and replicate note for note... he's got great chops!

However, it would be more accurate had he flipped the strings upside down like Jimi did.

 
I've been listening to this concert in one tab while working on the computer this morning. I like it:

 
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Filmed at Madison Square Garden for the No Nukes (Muse) concerts.

 

Jackson Browne - Take it Easy Live at the ICC, Sydney 1-12-23​

 

Michelle Branch - Game of Love (Live at The Grove 2009)​

 

Dusty Springfield - Everyday I Have To Cry Some (March 10th,1964 performance)(Stereo Mixed)​

 
Filmed at Madison Square Garden for the No Nukes (Muse) concerts.


17 sec 46:01, 1:45 and 3:51 marks you see David Lindley playing his lap steel through a brand new Dumble amplifier.

If you know anything about amplifiers, Dumble was a genius who designed amps FOR a specific player's style. Robben Ford has one.
Lindley's playing on Running On Empty is one of the best examples of how a Dumble sounds.

some history https://www.fretboardjournal.com/features/behind-scenes-ben-harper-interviews-david-lindley
 

MARK KNOPFLER (Dire Straits) & ERIC CLAPTON - Walk of Life​

 
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