...Mr. Guitar. All those guitar players that came out of the coffee shops and clubs of Britain in the 50s and 60s in Britain pretty much have one thing in common Bert Weeden's 'Play In A Day' book.
...back alongside the Wolf. Sad news that another blues legend, Hubert Sumlin, has died.
...tomowwow at noon. This one goes out to Leslie West, some classic Mountain tracks one of which brings back memories of a boring political programme shown by ITV on Sundays at noon.
...guitarist. There's a number of these strange people out there sitting down and running a metal bar up and down an instrument, Maggie Björklund is such.
...for you. R.I.P. Gary Moore. Came as a great shock when I read during the Super Bowl half-time that blues, rock guitarist Gary Moore had died in Spain aged 58.
This week in music history - June 11th to June 17th - with who was born and who died, including the Irish blues guitar master Rory Gallagher.
...another punk pioneer gone. The Stooges founder, guitarist and bass player Ron Asheton was found dead today (Jan 6th) aged 60.
...yet. After picking up a cheap Arion Flanger effects pedal I had to bang out some flanger songs which led to Rooster and plenty of Alice In Chains listening.
...From my head down to my shoes. Blues guitar legend Buddy Guy is still showing them how it's done at the age of 71.