I’ve considered adding a piezo pickup to my Tele – but I do like the look of this guitar – I love the wood and even like the inlay figure – it would be a good tattoo.
The first 2 Led Zeppelin albums played a major role in my formative years – I never owned them but my mate Buzz did, and we listened to them over and over and over again, whilst in training to be proto-hippies and rock stars. I still haven’t got round to getting them on CD, but I’d be very happy if Santa Claus brought me this fantastic box set!
The Led Zeppelin limited-edition boxed set of mini-LP replica CD set is released by Rhino Records and is available on November 4. Date now changed to November 11th. The CD boxed set contains Japanese imports of all 10 of the quartet’s albums in mini-LP replicas with artwork from the original U.K. LP sleeves.
There’s a comprehensive listening party here:
Listening Party Track list
Good Times Bad Times
Whole Lotta Love
Nobody’s Fault But Mine
Rock And Roll
All My Love
When the Levee Breaks
I don’t have much time for blogging at the minute, but I’ve taken on a caretaker role here. I’ll post some new stuff there, and here too, of course!
I haven’t printed any out yet, but I have this bookmarked and will certainly be taking a shot at the Telecaster and one of the acoustics too.
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The Who are up there with the select few bands in the pantheon of Rock Music- I have somewhere a live recording of a show featuring The Dead and The Who – I enjoyed both bands sets, and even today The Who’s tunes are classics that are played from record and CD around the world, used too, of course, for the themes to the various CSI shows and still performed live by many bands – certainly in the North East of England. The Who: At Kilburn: 1977 will be available on DVD & Blu-Ray from Image Entertainment on November 18th. The gig is finally being released from the vault and showcases the band with all its original members in top form performing many of their biggest hits. There is a streaming extract here
Kilburn Songs: ” I Can’t Explain,” “Substitute,” “Baba O’Reilly (Teenage Wasteland),” “My Wife/Going Mobile,” “Behind Blue Eyes,” “Dreaming from the Waist,” “Pinball Wizard,” “I’m Free,” “Tommy’s Holiday Camp,” “Summertime Blues,” “Shakin’ All Over,” “My Generation,” “Join Together,” “Who Are You?,” “Won’t Get Fooled Again.” London Coliseum Songs: “Heaven and Hell,” ” I Can’t Explain,” “Fortune Teller,” “Tattoo,” “Young Man Blues,” “A Quick One While He’s Away,” “Happy Jack,” “I’m a Boy,” “I’m Free,” “Tommy’s Holiday Camp,” “See Me, Feel Me,” “Summertime Blues,” “Shakin’ All Over,” “My Generation.” Disc Two:
70 minutes of rare Coliseum bonus tracks and extended versions including the first-ever live recording of the rock opera Tommy: “A Quick One While He’s Away,” “Overture,” “It’s a Boy, ” “1921,” “Amazing Journey,” “Christmas,” “Acid Queen,” “Pinball Wizard,” “Do You Think It’s Alright,” “Fiddle About,” “Tommy Can You Hear Me?,” “There’s a Doctor,” “Go to the Mirror,” “Smash the Mirror,” “Miracle Cure,” “Sally Simpson,” “Tommy’s Holiday Camp,” “I’m Free,” “We’re Not Gonna Take It.”
Layla Zoe – Someday
Gary Moore – Bad For You Baby – album of the week “Bad for You Baby”
Paul Asbell – Parker’s Mood
Bessie Smith – Muddy Water
Muddy Waters – Smokestack Lightnin’
Duster Bennett – Bright Lights Big City
Gary Moore – Someday Baby
Dr. Feelgood – Down At The Doctors
Gary Moore – Preacher Man Blues
Josh Charles – The Answer
Apex – The Other Half Of Woman Is A Man
Fred Neil – Yonder Comes The Blues
Dave Hole – The Plumber
C.C. Adcock – Stealin’ All Day
Tune in at Bishop FM tomorrow night from 8-9pm UK time for more blues!
Showing a Ram Neo-T (telecaster, I guess!) and a very nice Valve Train amp too