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    has anyone mentioned Jimi yet ?
    a pretty good blues player .... !

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    peter green- the supernatural....otis +




    cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Midnight Blues
    Of all the players from that era; Beck, Clapton, Page, etc., he was by far the least known and at least to me, in terms of pure blues, was the best of all of them. I can certainly understand why he was such an influence on Gary Moore and why Gary idolized him.

    It certainly was tragic and I think it's fair to type that his life would've been better if there was better treatment available at the time.


    Yeah I love all those players but to me Peter Green seems both the most authentic and most original (with his composing) at the time.

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    Peter Green and Walter Trout get a good amount of airplay in my home.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor Jeff
    Yeah I love all those players but to me Peter Green seems both the most authentic and most original (with his composing) at the time.
    I agree wholeheartedly.



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    The one man band; Steve Hill




    T-Bone Walker
    BB King
    Duke Robillard
    Jimmie Vaughan

    to name a few
    Last edited by jcayer; 02-08-2021 at 08:53 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beaubs
    Peter Green and Walter Trout get a good amount of airplay in my home.
    I’ve never seen him live, but Walter Trout got a new liver courtesy of The University of Nebraska Medical Center and (until recently) used to play here regularly kind of as a tribute to his “second birthplace”.