https://www.uncut.co.uk/news/watch-eric ... gs-123315/
Clapton's all-star Ginger Baker Tribute. Several drum sets, half a dozen guitar players, musically not outstanding, but not bad on the other side.
On some songs like I feel free EC has really problems (looks like his fingers will not follow him), on others he is brilliant.
Here he misses his cue on 0:48 for example, but I think it's because he doesn't usually do I feel free and song does feel like it moves on at that point.
Ronnie Wood on White room, on the other hand, is an abomination. He takes that solo? Okay. Although I'm not so sure that's the way it was meant, since Clapton does start playing the solo and then leaves it for Ronnie after the first note.
But a song full of feeling and emotion, sung and played with great sensitivity.
Shame the end of the video wasn't properly trimmed and there's a few notes kick in of something else.
One of my favourite live DVD in my collection is one of Christy's - Live at Barrowlands in Glasgow - not available for some time which i find baffling. The audience participation in choruses and some of the songs is breathtakingly good.
His mix of social commentary, political commentary and heartfelt songs give a great mixture.
A man not afraid of upsetting the establishment.
In 2007, he was named as Ireland's greatest living musician in RTÉ's People of the Year Awards (Raidió Teilifís Éireann).
Jeff McErlain also give free lesson over the internet and offers special "Brooklyn lockdown" live for the confinement period...
Juste love those 3 guys too... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P1fmVsZTNUc
Hope you enjoy
Yes, especially the 3 guys! That's a Blues I could do a collab - slow enough and just pentatonic
This guy (on the keys) from Germany is a comedian, usually doing a very weird sort of comedy. He plays a lot of instruments and he is really good...
The guitar guy isn't bad either. Scroll a little until it starts.