Going through my Record Store Day purchases, listening to the "Eight Trails, One Path" compilation of solo acoustic guitar from Three Lobed records. Great stuff!
What's on your record player/iPod right now?
I've been listening to the new Janes Addiction a lot lately. It's really grown on me.
Sixx: A.M. - This Is Gonna Hurt
Paul Reed Smith 7 - S t r i n g A c t i v i s t | Fueled by P T C
I'm currently splitting my time between Alter Bridge, Dream Theater, Jane's Addiction and Machine Head as well as a bit of Brad Paisly as my curve ball 8-)
I've spent the last week, learning a couple AB songs (Ties that bind, wonderful life, Ghost of Days gone by and Rise today) and am contemplating nailing the solo to Tornado of souls by Megadeth which has bugged me a couple yrs now..
'12 Mira Green Burst - '09 Cu24 Charcoal Burst - '09 SC250 Dark Cherry Burst - Taylor 514CE - Ibanez SR300 Bass - Mesa MkV Head & 1x12 Cab
I've been listening to a lot of Beethoven.
Interesting historical note: Beethoven became deaf when he was bending down to help fix a bad cable on Mozart's pedal board, and had his head right in front of the bass player's speaker cab; the bass player (Haydn) didn't see him, cranked his amp, and hit a really loud note...
After that, Beethoven was so concerned about his rapidly failing hearing that he played only acoustic gigs from then on.
I saw ten thousand talkers whose tongues were all broken...
Some of Mark Knopfler's solo albums
All Peter Gabriel albums - Shuffle
The voices in my head. :mrgreen:
Going to give Walter Trout's "Blues For the Modern Daze" another listen....he will be playing alot of those songs when I see him tonight.
If I Told You All That Went Down It Would Burn Off Both Of Your Ears
A lot of Joe Bonamassa. I just love his phrasing and runs, and just tone in general. Funny thing is you listen to him talk in an interview, you would never in a million years guess his singing voice sounds the way it does.
Just got the Beacon Theatre DVD too, and is rockin. I love John Hiatt's guest performance on there as well.
James Elmore, Muddy & Johnny Winter X eyed cat . . . Jimi H and some Guns N Roses . . . (the 90's ones with Slash ) . . .
In fact, the law makes your employer responsible for PRSI, though you may have to pay an employee's share. The amount of PRSI paid by you and your employer depends on your social insurance class.
Cant stop listening to Warren Haynes .... Man in Motion Album!....and he is using PRS AMPS too!!
Disclosure** Officially a PRS Dealer April 2013 (GTRMAV)
Grilling a beer can chicken and listening to Real Estate's self titled album.
Tip: those big Fosters cans look like a good base for a beer can chicken, but they're just tall enough that it won't fit under a standard charcoal Weber lid.
Lamb of God
Not like the other kids...
All three of David Grissoms CD's
I've been on a Alejandro Escovedo kick recently. Ok it's not recent, but I find myself going back to him frequently.
I'm listening to the voices in my head...
+1, Great Album!!! Ashba is an incredible guitarist!Originally Posted by francric
As for me, I can't seem to get the Puscifer CDs out of my players or off my iPod...
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