This is for both Johnny and June. I love the guitars in this, which is why I've posted it in the past. Check out June's humming and vibrato on the fade out.
I've been up most of the night, reading and listening to things. Too into Johnny Cash to sleep... He and his music have seen me through some hard times in the past, and they probably will again. I was thinking 'who in music today could someday be like him?'. Not equal him, because that's impossible. But who are we hearing today that has the potential and promise to really be special, be iconic? One name I kept coming back to was Jack White. I've never met him, but he seems to have a good head on his shoulders. He's got a great sense of the musical past, knows the roots, is fearless, and seems to care little about sales or trends. It's all about the music to him. I think he's unique, and I see the potential for him to do some amazing things before he's finished.
Of course, I could be dead wrong, and Jack could end up working in a Chili's somewhere someday. But I hope not. I hope he's in music to stay.
This is the woman keeping me up at night Lloyd, I hope it isn't catching....
Okay, only one more.
This lady often keeps me awake. And alert. And the way she looked during the period most of these pictures were taken? Oh yeah...
No sleep tonight, so some Jerry Lee Lewis instead.
Here's one from some sessions The Killer did in London way back when with guys like Frampton, Kenney Jones of The Faces, and others. Check out some of the pictures in this video! I'd liked to have been a fly on the wall for some of these, but I think even a fly might have been scared in some of these situations!
You can have her; I don't want her. Preach it, Killer! :evil: (No, I don't want her, but I would like to get back the PRS Goldtop she stole from me...)
A different kind of "T-O-O-T" today... "THREE On One Tune"! First, the original, then probably the most well known, and finally, a solo geetar version. I really like this guy's playing by the way. Some of his arrangements catch me off guard at times, which is not to say I think they're bad. I love his tone and touch. Great harmonics. Keith Whitley, Alison Krauss & Union Station, and Stu Clark.
Goldtop Lloyd, Queen of Clubs