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    Women Of Ireland - Jeff Beck, Tal Wilkenfield, Lizzie Ball

    From Crossroads, a very gentle song.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DcFiQXKa9Ok
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    Julie Driscoll, Brian Auger & The Trinity - Light My Fire (The Doors Cover)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JBij9_ar6uM

    that "final fire" is ...wow
    “If you think that’s the dumbest thing you’ve ever heard,
    just wait a couple minutes!”

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    The sister duo covers the brother duo...

    ...and she does it with a plain lap steel.

    https://www.facebook.com/larkinpoe/v...176887621/?t=0
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    That's a pretty mean slide guitar she's playing there. She makes it look so easy
    Just Play Music.

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    ...and she does it with a plain lap steel.
    You need to see them. They still play small venues and they are just great live! I never miss them.

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    September - Leonid & Friends (Earth, Wind & Fire cover)


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    Quote Originally Posted by Krunchy View Post
    That's a pretty mean slide guitar she's playing there. She makes it look so easy
    There is a lot of Larkin Poe in concert on YouTube, but I like this web piece better. There is a great interview earlier in the show; after that, for the song of which I speak skip to 23:40. As Al Jolson famously said, "Aw, you ain't heard nothin' yet!"

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AgBFS0vwhUM
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    If you want to really see what they can do check out their originals. They rock live!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zAqeBFN4axA


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    HI Fellas!
    Thanks Clark & Rob for the links, friken awesome!!!
    Very cool stuff, these girls are incredible, love the Mint Mustang or Jaguar (always confuse the two) the one girls is playing. what are the pick ups on that P90s?
    Rob where did you see them, do they tour often?
    Thanks again guys, hope you're both having a great weekend.
    Peace my friends
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    Hey Krunchy

    How have you been. They hit NYC and still playing small venues. Last time was this past October at the Bowery Ballroom. Great place to see a band like them.

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    Hi Rob, been ok thank you, how about your self, hope all is good on your end my friend.
    Great pictures man btw, looks like a perfect venue for them. I like small venues these days, there are very few acts
    I will go see in arenas (noce come to mind, not even the who), done with that phase.
    As your pictures perfectly illustrate, its a concert (& by the looks of it you had a good spot) not a light show ,
    it seemed to me like the music was/has been taken second billing to the light show.
    Well I'm hooked! great straight ahead rock.
    I'll keep an eye out for them, definitely would like to see them live.
    Just Play Music.

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    Thanks for this ear-opening referral for Larkin Poe. Very engaging and heartening performances.
    Out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ducatista47 View Post
    I especially enjoy musicians holding forth with fine talent on an exceptional instrument. This is not limited to acoustic performance; Billy Gibbons on Pearly Gates, oh my. But here is Cindy Combs from Kauai playing two Slack Key solos on her 1934 Martin O-18. I have encountered the opinion that the mid 1930s was an especially sweet sweet spot for Martins. The "O" or double O or triple O Concert series have smaller bodies and more balanced tone; the Dreadnaughts sound to me like two distinct instruments at the same time, broadening the stage presence of a single accompanist. I could say impact over nuance, but it is more complicated than that. No question the volume and power of the Dreadnaught are intoxicating; also no question the OO records better. All generalizations, of course. I'll never complain about Tony Rice playing Clarence White's Martin, but there is another path and here are two superb examples of it. Both Cindy and the wood are sounding amazing.

    Attachment 82599

    These links have audio and title cards only. No visual distractions. It's YouTube so the second track will play after another ad if you don't do anything.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RGNKEYWXY2Q&list=PLMDowhoKBlrBcCRNn1gbpJnr l3F04qFh5&index=

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GIJ8...bpJnrl3F04qFh5
    Thanks very much for the youtube links for Cindy Combs! A bit of a Gibson acoustic freak myself, but that little Martin sounds so very sweet. Love the Martin solos!

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    HI Gang!
    Just stumbled onto this, perhaps my new favorite version of this song.
    They're all just having a fricken blast

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ks8s1hC9y7c
    Just Play Music.

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