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Earl Hooker

If there is a far more immaculate glide guitarist surviving in Chicago through the 1950s and ’60s than Earl Hooker, his name has yet to surface area. Boasting a fretboard contact so even and clean that each be aware rang as apparent and precise being a bell, Hooker was an …

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Eddie Hazel

A mythical physique, original Funkadelic guitarist Eddie Hazel pioneered a forward thinking funk-metal audio in the first ’70s, finest exemplified on his mammoth vintage instrumental jam “Maggot Mind.” This mythological position comes from his short, mysterious period of efficiency, a shadowy three-album routine capped by Maggot Mind that found a …

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Eddie Kramer

Unquestionably, probably one of the most renowned and well-respected suppliers/engineers in every of rock and roll history can be Eddie Kramer. The quantity of legendary rock and roll artists he spent some time working with over his longer and illustrious profession can be staggering — the Beatles, Jimi Hendrix, Led …

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Curtis Knight & the Squires

If he’s known in any way, Harlem-based ’60s spirit singer Curtis Knight is remembered for his link with a pre-fame Jimi Hendrix. Knight fulfilled a down-on-his-luck Hendrix surviving in a fresh York City resort. The singer provided the guitarist an extra axe and employed him to try out using the …

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Curt Kirkwood

Besides Dark Flag’s Greg Ginn, the Meats Puppets’ Curt Kirkwood was among the best guitarists to emerge from the ’80s U.S. punk rock and roll movement. However in truth, Kirkwood’s playing and composing have little regarding punk (besides getting filled with punk’s energy and unpredictability) — he’s generally listed such …

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Joanna Connor

What pieces Joanna Connor in addition to the remaining pack of guitar-playing feminine blues singers is normally her skill in the instrument. Despite the fact that Connor is becoming an accomplished vocalist as time passes, her first like was electric guitar playing, and it displays in her concert events and …

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Crow

Minneapolis blues-rock quintet Crow was formed in 1967 by frontman Dave Wagner, guitarist Dick Weigand, his bassist sibling Larry, and keyboardist Kink Middlemist. Originally dubbed South 40, they added previous Castaways drummer Denny Craswell towards the lineup ahead of documenting their 1969 debut LP, Crow Music, for the Amaret label; …

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Beck, Bogert & Appice

Even though all-star power trio of guitarist Jeff Beck, bassist Tim Bogert, and drummer Carmine Appice discussed a potential collaboration as soon as 1970, the project continued indefinite hiatus after Beck suffered a fractured skull within an automobile wreck. Using the guitarist around the sidelines for more than annually, Bogert …

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Larry Coryell

Among the pioneers of jazz-rock — possibly the pioneer within the ears of some — Larry Coryell deserves a particular put in place the annals books. He brought what amounted to some almost alien sensibility to jazz guitar playing in the 1960s, a hard-edged, reducing build, and phrasing and note-bending …

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Chris Thomas King

Primarily known for his audacious fusion of blues and hip-hop, Chris Thomas King reached a complete new audience using the Coen Brothers film O Sibling, Where Art Thou?, not merely appearing for the award-winning soundtrack but playing a prominent helping character aswell. Regardless of the much-celebrated, down-to-earth rootsiness of O …

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