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My favourite ever R&B Clip

Discussion in 'R & B, blues, soul' started by Jules, Dec 1, 2011.

  1. Jules

    Jules Formerly known as "nachoman"

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    This one's 8 minutes of pure R&B heaven.... Willis Jackson, at the end, putting on a show that.. well... makes motorhead look a bit tame (now that's what I call punk rock)!!
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  2. Sunray

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    Bloomin Eck ...

    Its a wonder he still has both his eyes ... :shocked:

    Nice one Jules ...:thumb:
  3. trimmy

    trimmy One day i will...

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    Great stuff, i thought he was going to throw his sax at the end :shocked::shocked: i love it when players feel what they are playing, if you know what i mean ?
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    Nick Wyver noisy

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    Astounding! Do you think I could work something like that into the next time I have to play effing Mustang Sally?
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    I did that in my last exam, and it didn't go down too well...
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    kevgermany Landrover Nut Cafe Moderator

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    :)))

    Change your examiner. Must be too old fashioned.
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    johnboy Senior Member

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    I'd be worrying about the other end :w00t:
    Bo Diddley brought back some wonderful early '60s gig memories of playing the south coast (Brighton Aquarium and that dodgy millionaire being one of them).
    By the way, what ever happened to maracas?

    Thank's Jules :welldone

    John :):);}
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    They were being heavily used in the Royal Norfolk Hotel in Sandgate last Friday when the drummer didn't turn up.
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    Hi John,
    I've still got one from the sixties, don't know what happened to the other. We allways got a girl up from the audience to play
    them, they loved it.Fond memories.
    Rob.>:)>:)
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    johnboy Senior Member

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    Not 'alf :thumb:
    The '60s were the best time for me!
    Drugs ruined it for my band, I put the sax away in '65 and they were all dead by '67.
    Good times now though. Chatting to all you guys :thumb: and good Spanish bands to work with.

    John (alias Chearful Charly) ;}
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    My back hurts just from watching that!
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    Obviously his mother never said 'nobody likes a showoff'.

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