Its all in the fingers, or is it?

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BY Danger Mouse
#851871
jeremyb wrote:New Satch!



That was pretty meh. I am, or probably rather I was at least a huge Satch fan, but he ran out of ideas some time ago and this is a good example of that.
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BY jeremyb
#851872
Yeah it was paint by numbers, lots of fanboys gushing though!
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BY MattH
#852018
Danger Mouse wrote:
jeremyb wrote:New Satch!



That was pretty meh. I am, or probably rather I was at least a huge Satch fan, but he ran out of ideas some time ago and this is a good example of that.


I always come back to this:

Where's the song?

I always reckon these guys need a platform. Otherwise, it's just a skills demo.
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BY MattH
#852019
Isbell's got it, man.

The tension he creates in the solo in this...

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BY Molly
#852020
MattH wrote:Isbell's got it, man.

The tension he creates in the solo in this...



He really has. Check out his live versions of Whipping Post and Into the Mystic. He's a great songwriter too.
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BY MattH
#852026
Molly wrote:
MattH wrote:Isbell's got it, man.


He really has. Check out his live versions of Whipping Post and Into the Mystic. He's a great songwriter too.


Yeah - he's amazing. Southeastern especially.

Been following him since his DBT days. The Dirty South was my favourite for the longest time, and it was always his tunes I gravitated towards.

They lost a lot when he moved on.

What's your take on his contemporaries? Sturgill Simpson, Chris Stapleton?
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BY MattH
#852027
Far be it from me to be critical of someone else's ropey playing, but well... I don't know what else to say. You need to hear it for yourself really.

I thought it was a one man band thing, but it's a GuitarCenter demo.

The comments are fairly non-compromising...

BY foal30
#852040
Marcus Miller with Metropole Orkestra
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BY Molly
#852051
MattH wrote:
Molly wrote:
MattH wrote:Isbell's got it, man.


He really has. Check out his live versions of Whipping Post and Into the Mystic. He's a great songwriter too.


Yeah - he's amazing. Southeastern especially.

Been following him since his DBT days. The Dirty South was my favourite for the longest time, and it was always his tunes I gravitated towards.

They lost a lot when he moved on.

What's your take on his contemporaries? Sturgill Simpson, Chris Stapleton?


I came to him later than you. Only in the last couple of years in fact so I've had to backtrack to hear his early stuff. I'll check out those others you mentioned. Thanks.
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BY Olderama
#852070
Great to watch and looks effortless :oh:
I would be shitting it

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BY MattH
#852100
A load of live Jeff Beck YT vids.

This is great fun:



...and then I found Laur Joamets doing a cover of it! Mental guitarist.

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BY Vince
#852257
This is amazing. They could have made it more classical in style but, whatever.

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BY willow13
#852280
Vince wrote:This is amazing. They could have made it more classical in style but, whatever.



yeah the jazz feel made it almost mariachi, which to me doesn't work....It really need Yngwie in there shredding over it
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