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    Quote Originally Posted by jim campbell View Post
    .i always thought willy was german.........
    I did so too ... du Schelm!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jim campbell View Post
    my bad...i always thought willy was german.........oh well.........still beggars banquet should be in your collection....on sacd if possible.note.....taking my musical advice can lead to bankruptcy,divorce or both....but with a great soundtrack
    I thot Struder / Revox was Swiss.
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    A taste of India - Ragas by R. Shankar
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    Quote Originally Posted by jim campbell View Post
    that comment was not directed at you nor was any offense taken by your post.theres been a bit of acrimony lately and you just walked in the middle of a gunfight and got your hat shot off.stick around a while.i think new orleans is underrepresented here anyhow.
    Jim, thanks for the PM explaining the situation. I know you didn't have to do that but I'm glad you did.

    SeaWolf97, sorry for misinterpreting the post and directing my discontent toward you. Guess I jumped the gun, so to speak Please accept my humble apology.

    PS: Anyone seen my hat??

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    welcome back dood

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    Quote Originally Posted by scubadude View Post
    Jim, thanks for the PM explaining the situation. I know you didn't have to do that but I'm glad you did.

    SeaWolf97, sorry for misinterpreting the post and directing my discontent toward you. Guess I jumped the gun, so to speak Please accept my humble apology.

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    my bad, should be welcome back y'all

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    okay back on topic....john scofield..............who's who with a cast of,well a bunch...........novus series 70

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    Question

    Once I heard a guitarist in the radio. His music tended to blues in a very classical way, I liked it. It was live as far as I remember.

    Could it have been your mentioned John Scofield?
    (Although in the WWW he is called a jazz musician.)
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    I've always liked Fogerty and CCR. Back when I was doing the Napster thing, I downloaded an album called "Roskilde '97" . It is John in concert in Europe somewhere...Germany ? Sweeden ? He speaks simple stinted English with the crowd.

    ...Anybody know ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by SEAWOLF97 View Post
    Havnt found anything on the web on this...Anybody know ?
    ... eh?
    Roskilde, Danmark, each year, lots of people, many bands on several stages.(Woodstock in small)
    http://www.roskilde-festival.dk/index.php?code=1
    .. and more photos:
    http://www.roskilde-festival.dk/obje...7dc000c&code=1




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    Quote Originally Posted by Hoerninger View Post
    ... eh?
    Roskilde, Danmark, each year, lots of people, many bands on several stages.(Woodstock in small)
    http://www.roskilde-festival.dk/index.php?code=1


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    thanx Peter, looks like many well known groups. I had never heard of this festival.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hoerninger View Post
    Once I heard a guitarist in the radio. His music tended to blues in a very classical way, I liked it. It was life as far as I remember.

    Could it have been your mentioned John Scofield?
    (Although in the WWW he is called a jazz musician.)
    scofield is more in the avant garde jazz vein unless he changed in recent years.if you are into blues i can probably recommend some .what kind are you into.i cant think of anyone off hand that plays blues with a classical influence unless you mean "classic blues"if you mean that as traditional there is tons out there,great stuff but the sound quality varies.two of my favorite of the more up tempo albums are hoodoo man blues.......junior wells,and i am the blues ............willie dixon.for a more traditional style try muddy waters......folk singer.its like a bottomless pit and one album always seems
    __to lead to a hundred others_________now i gotta go put on some texas blues guitar...........mance lipscombe

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    Quote Originally Posted by SEAWOLF97 View Post
    thanx Peter, looks like many well known groups. I had never heard of this festival.
    if you are packing up the win-a- bagel to do the festival tour the winnipeg hippie fest is a good one second weekend in july.check artists @ winnipeg folk festival music store ..........and i buy a lot of albums there as well.

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    Maybe you mean Sapphire Blue, by Larry Carlton ...?
    Lush blues based stuff by a session jazzmaster (played with Steely Dan and others)

    http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...904931-7259949

    Highly recommended and available for $7.50 in used condition!

    Quote Originally Posted by jim campbell View Post
    scofield is more in the avant garde jazz vein unless he changed in recent years.if you are into blues i can probably recommend some .what kind are you into.i cant think of anyone off hand that plays blues with a classical influence unless you mean "classic blues"if you mean that as traditional there is tons out there,great stuff but the sound quality varies.two of my favorite of the more up tempo albums are hoodoo man blues.......junior wells,and i am the blues ............willie dixon.for a more traditional style try muddy waters......folk singer.its like a bottomless pit and one album always seems
    __to lead to a hundred others_________now i gotta go put on some texas blues guitar...........mance lipscombe
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