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Stevie Ray's brother. Have heard him do a couple of variations of this. As to production, eat your heart out. Simple as.

 
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I still have the Armadillo album - on both vinyl and CD.


May as well name drop. Eric Clapton, Festival Hall, Melbourne as well as Sonny Terry and Brownie McGhee, Dallas Brookes, Melbourne.
 
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If you are going to name drop, I was at the Rolling Stones concert below in 1973.
It was that long ago there is no sound on the youtube super 8 video and Mick Jagger hasn't any wrinkles. 😂 😂 😂
There's something decidedly strange about the concept of a silent movie filmed at a concert. :D

I wouldn't call simply turning up at a concert name dropping though. I've always understood that term to mean someone claiming, often falsely, they know or at least associate with someone famous not simply that they've seen a show along with however many others. :2twocents
 
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There's something decidedly strange about the concept of a silent movie filmed at a concert. :D

I wouldn't call simply turning up at a concert name dropping though. I've always understood that term to mean someone claiming, often falsely, they know or at least associate with someone famous not simply that they've seen a show along with however many others. :2twocents
No offence meant smurf, just a bit of light banter, couldn't think of any other way of introducing a silent movie to a music thread. ;)
 

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Cream, how could a band not be great, with Ginger Baker and Eric Clapton in it?
A few black people never hurt SP, when it comes to rhythm and blues. I doubt any of these white boys ever worked in a cotton field.
 
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A few black people never hurt SP, when it comes to rhythm and blues. I doubt any of these white boys ever worked in a cotton field.
My favourite listening music when I was fifo was black music, just great voices.


Here is the best of both worlds, fantastic guitarist and brilliant singer/keyboard.


It doesn't get better than this IMO.


Well maybe just a bit.

 
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