SRV obviously had some of the "sexiest" Strats(?) on this planet!
Sorry to say, but the "drum solo" was one of the lamest I've ever seen and heard... :-/ --- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, Emily Reyn <emilymae.reyn@...> wrote: > > Thanks for the Vaughan Richard, this was excellent. Â > > > > >________________________________ > > From: Richard J. Williams <richard@...> > >To: FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com > >Sent: Thursday, December 13, 2012 12:29 PM > >Subject: [FairfieldLife] Re: A Spiritual Question For Wednesday > > > > > >Â > > > > > >> > It was an interesting article that WillyWiener pointed > >> > out, though. I agree with very few of David Fricke's > >> > "rankings," but his choice of guitarists is admirable. > >> > ... > >> > > >Bhairitu: > >> For every "star" there are a 1000 or more equally or > >> more competent as musicians. Most of the famous artists, > >> if they don't let their ego get in the way, acknowledge > >> this... > >> > >"Yeah, I've seen a lot of great guitarists, but I remember > >the first time I saw Stevie Ray Vaughan. It was in > >Nashville, and he â" still pretty unknown â" was opening for > >BB King. > > > >It was like a force of nature on the stage, which is a > >cliche but that's the only way I could describe it. He was > >opening for B.B. King, who was still very much on his game, > >but the Beeb waited a solid hour to come out, and when he > >did it still felt like the echoes from Stevie Ray's set > >were reverberating around the hall." > > > >Posted by Glenn Reynolds: > >http://pjmedia.com/instapundit/159430/ > > > >'Stevie Ray Vaughan - Couldn't Stand The Weather' > >http://youtu.be/uOF8QmRBVng > > > > > > > > > > >