As a matter of interest Deric Dyer used to back Tina Turner in the mid eighties. Usually on his own but sometimes with that lovely boy Timmy Capello........ i know you like him! If i had my choice i'd go for Deric Dyer everytime. I'm pretty sure a lot of Tour's are on D.V.D, i've seen them on youtube.
Sorry to gate crash that question but I have...:shocked:
When I bought it I thought...it would be great to have all the adjustments right there at your beckon call.
Then I found what was an optimum position for my liking and the thought of adjustment went out the window as all other positions just didn't seem quite right.
The next stage was, I actually decided I liked my sound on other pieces more and as I always found the quirky shape ugly I just fell out of love with it.
Now that said, this guys sounds great as does Richard Elliott and so did Tom Scott.
Always wondered what that mouthpiece was - I assumed the superstructure was in some way connected with the mike - but now I know.
It is a great DVD - I've had it for some years and always thought Dyer - and indeed the whole band - is awesome. I also love the way Dyer bashes away at various pots and pans when he's not blasting that tenor.
Speaking of Tina, I know he played with her but more recently she seems to use Euge Groove - catch the Wembley 2000 concert. He is also a serious player.
Anyone know why the (in my view) inferior version by Tom Jones of You can leave your hat on was used in The Full Monty, rather than Cocker's? Since the film was about Sheffield and Joe is from Sheffield, it would have seemed logical . . . .