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Check out this fantastic Lyric Video "Boogie Man" by Eric Gales featuring Gary Clark Jr from the upcoming release Middle Of The Road.
youtu.be/rnGywPZu_RIOfficial lyric video for Eric Gales' "Boogie Man (feat. Gary Clark Jr.)" from the new studio album 'Middle Of The Road'. 'Middle Of The Road' will be release... ... See MoreSee Less
"Keep On Growing" from our upcoming album/film Live From The Fox Oakland is definitely a highlight for any guitar-lovers out there. Give it a good watch and a close listen and see how long into Derek's solo it takes before the hair on your neck starts to stand up.
Pre-order Live From The Fox Oakland here -- tedeschitrucksband.themerchcollective.com/collections/oakland-preorder -- and you can win a Gibson Derek Trucks Signature SG along with tickets and backstage passes to any TTB show in 2017 (plus a $1,000 Visa card to help with expenses).
Live From The Fox Oakland Album Tracklist:
1. Don’t Know What It Means
2. Keep On Growing
3. Bird On The Wire
4. Within You, Without You
5. Just As Strange
6. Crying Over You
7. These Walls (featuring Alam Khan)
9. Right On Time
10. Leavin’ Trunk
11. Don’t Drift Away
12. I Want More (Soul Sacrifice outro)
13. I Pity The Fool
15. Let Me Get By ... See MoreSee Less
“All my life I’ve been doing what people tell me to do. Now, I’m telling them.” ~ John Lee Hooker
Remembering #blues legend John Lee Hooker. Born #OnThisDay August 22nd ... See MoreSee Less
"Leave your ego, play the music, love the people."
Remembering one of my favorite #blues artists, the late great Luther Allison - Born #OnThisDay (Aug 17, 1939 - Aug 12,1997)youtube.com ... See MoreSee Less
This commercial never gets old - Remembering the great Les Paul guitarist-inventor who passed away #OnThisDay August 13, 2009. What are some of your favourite Les Paul moments? ... See MoreSee Less
Invented multi track recording too just quietly.
The man !! 😍
Happy Birthday (Aug 1) to #Blues Hall of Famer Robert Cray - youtu.be/XOEDpepI6qA - "(Won't Be) Coming Home" ... See MoreSee Less
Joe Bonamassa is playing Live with Kimmel's Band on 07-28-16 ... See MoreSee Less
Remembering guitarist Michael Bernard “Mike” Bloomfield - Born in Chicago #OnThisDay 1943... He took the blues world by storm for his stunning work with The Paul Butterfield Blues Band. This led to gigs as lead guitarist on Bob Dylan’s Highway 61 Revisited, and Super Sessions in 1968 along with Al Kooper. He was also a founding member of the short lived band The Electric Flag. Did Mike Bloomfield’s playing have an effect on you?
ow.ly/qVrh302yr6CKiller color video of Mike Bloomfield in his heyday and his gorgeous Les Paul!! ... See MoreSee Less
Played a stormer on look over yonders wall on the Paul Butterfields blues band l.p
One of the all time greats! 😉
I have the Mike Bloomfield Sessions album
Don't forget about Elvin Bishop!!!
master guitar player
You'll like this one Wes Robinson.
Wine wine wine.......
I am not a guitarist but speaking as fan, I think that he was right up there with Clapton and Hendrix.
I probably listened to East West hundreds of times. We went to the Whisky to see Electric Flag and they let us sit on the stage with them, true story.
a brilliant guitarist... a tragic self-destruct...
Move over Stevie, Jeff , Carlos, Eric, and Jimmy
I love that guitar!
That was damn good !!!
i bought two albums in downtown san francisco after getting off the bus from merced in the fall of 66 going back to school. light my fire by the doors and the paul butterfield blues band. saw mike at the fillmore with the paul butterfield blues band. saw the doors about 5 times, once in the spring of 67 in merced
joli son mais pas mal d'approximations la penta mineure ne fait pas tout mais bon c'est pas recent !
Great, thanks a lot!!!!
One of my first audible memories was the song “Hideaway” from the famous “Beano” LP by John Mayall and the Bluesbreakers featuring Eric Clapton. Incredibly influential, it was released 50 years ago #OnThisDay. How many of you were inspired by this album? ... See MoreSee Less
It changed everything for me. It was my gateway to the original blues.
If I remember right John, was that the Album(LP) cover photo. I think you brought that to one of our rehearsals( practises). In those days we would sit down and take of the "words" of the songs. I think they now call them, " lyrics"
The album cover alone alone...made me want to know more...about who these guys were and about their music.
Are you referring to Hideaway by Freddy King?
Still awesome after all these years. Whenever I feel the need to refresh my roots I go back to this (and Robert Johnson's King of the Delta Blues Singers; as does Eric who incidentally has recently said that the Beano Album was his template for everything that followed)
Had it vinyl now I have it on CD
I still have the vinyl in my home in Thailand.
Great album. Have it in mono and stereo.
Still have the album....laid the way for many blues fans......
I' ve worn out 2 vinyl copies and 2 cds as well. Yes I'd say it influenced me
Used to have it am sure stepping out was on it as well another brilliant instrumental from slow hand
Got me started on guitar - still sounds fresh.
I loved this album.
Still got a copy somewhere
Followed it by getting Fresh Cream the day it came out.
This and much of Mayal's early material along with Big Bill Broonzy. Still love to this day.
Yes! Great album, no doubt about it, still got mine.
Lucky enough to have gotten to see the legend couple years ago.
Ground breaking LP. It changed my life, for sure.
Big time guitar album
I was but not that long ago. Maybe 40 years ago.
Got the album. We saw John Mayall in concert last year, here in Melbourne! In his 80's and he 'still got the blues'! I actually shook his hand (He was personally selling his CD's in the lobby!)