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02-03-2012, 07:51 PM
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Yeah, this almost "bothers" me. A legend long ago played some guitar.. and still no one has surpassed him. SRV or Jeff Healey maybe came close. Sometimes I'm "almost bored" of Jimi because he's a legend and we've heard so many times everything he did again and again.

But got to admit, he does his thing better than anyone... . Modern guitarists are maybe cleaner or more technical, but overall performance, skill, soul plus some roughness.. ..It's hard to explain. You can't copy the original. Many times i'm lookin for some new things, but still love Jimi in the end.
Jimi is Jimi. SRV is SRV. No one will ever again will play the guitar like Hendrix did, but the same can be said about people like Tony Iommi, David Gilmour and Jimmy Page (past) and even Josh Homme, Adam Jones, etc. (present).

Sure, no one has been able to make masterful music look as easy as Jimi Hendrix did, but I think there are plenty of guitarists that are just as creative as he was. I just don't make a competition out of things- just look at it as one big meal with all the flavors complementing each other.

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Jimi is Jimi. SRV is SRV. No one will ever again will play the guitar like Hendrix did, but the same can be said about people like Tony Iommi, David Gilmour and Jimmy Page (past) and even Josh Homme, Adam Jones, etc. (present).

Sure, no one has been able to make masterful music look as easy as Jimi Hendrix did, but I think there are plenty of guitarists that are just as creative as he was. I just don't make a competition out of things- just look at it as one big meal with all the flavors complementing each other.
You're absolutely right, and that wasn't my purpose at all. All the guys you mentioned are one of a kind. Jimi took the electric guitar playing maybe a couple of big steps further than ever before. But the creativity is the key word. I love musicians with their own touch. I could add names like Brian May, The Edge, Neil Young (some may argue can he even play, but he's got a very own touch..), Eddie van Halen, Randy Rhoads + many many others.. while they're totally differen each other. Only too clean Satriani/Malmsteen -like shredding contest.. _things doesn't get my vote, but that kind of music also has a place among many listeners.

Jimi owes a lot to former blues guitarists, many today's guitarists owes to Jimi, and things go further every day. Only it still sometimes kind of "surprise" me, that I never get bored to those good old thousand_times_listened classics. Nobody does Hendrix better than Jimi did - long time ago. But they do their things better than anyone . And it's good.

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Queens of the Stone Age, Tool, Perfect Circle, Radiohead, Rage and DJ Shadow all in one post? We have very similar tastes. Let's be friends.
Yay, music friends!

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Mashups that have "Lights" in them?

/flicks his phone over to 3lau for work this morning...
You ever check out turntable.fm?

3LAU spins in DJ Wooooo's room from time to time. Sometimes he'll debut an unreleased song or two that he's been working on.

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You ever check out turntable.fm?

3LAU spins in DJ Wooooo's room from time to time. Sometimes he'll debut an unreleased song or two that he's been working on.
That's where I picked him up. Specifically in the MashupsFM room.

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I'm a guitarist and usually don't get into the shredders much but...holy hell I had to pick up Eric Johnson's Austin City Limits live disc. His touch is just phenomenal. I have no idea how he makes every note sound like it's 1,000 pounds. Total 80's wince factor with the hair and the goofy suit. Actually my favorite song is "Trail of Tears" which he does a surprisingly good vocal job on. Like "Cliffs of Dover" meets the Police.



Not a big Jimi guy, or most classic rock. Was a huge Zep fan growing up though. Kind of have to be if you're a rock drummer/guitarist.

Also dig Paul Gilbert, pretty dang tasteful for a shredder.

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Not a big Jimi guy, or most classic rock. Was a huge Zep fan growing up though. Kind of have to be if you're a rock drummer/guitarist.

Also dig Paul Gilbert, pretty dang tasteful for a shredder.
Have you heard of Zed Leppelin (Led Zep cover band)? They play around the cities, you'd love them if you still like Zeppelin.

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Yeah they played in Farmington once I think when I was working an event...from what I heard sounded pretty good even though that's not really my kind of music.

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Sums up my feelings about the team pretty well...


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Hey, I just listened to The Doors' S/T a couple hours ago. You ever hear their "In Concert" album? I love that. Jim Morrison's voice sounds better on that than on the studio recordings.

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I've been listening to more and more electronic stuff lately. Really digging this guy Steve Aoki:


<- used in the trailers for Project X, probably my most anticipated movie right now.

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Hey, I just listened to The Doors' S/T a couple hours ago. You ever hear their "In Concert" album? I love that. Jim Morrison's voice sounds better on that than on the studio recordings.
We really are music buddies.

Nope, haven't heard that album. All this Doors talk makes me want to watch the movie.

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I've been listening to more and more electronic stuff lately. Really digging this guy Steve Aoki
Tiesto & Aoki are coming to the Cities, if you're interested.


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One of my favorite and most talented guitarists I've heard....he's great live too.

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Maybe Ice Cube's greatest opus. Incredible song.


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Better diss track of the two:

Ice Cube - No Vaseline (torches NWA)



DJ Quik - Dollaz and Sense (MC Eiht diss)


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Road trip coming up. Need to find some new music. Into Indie mostly, preferably upbeat so I don't fall asleep while driving... Like some hip hop here and there if it's good, don't want any pop-ish crap though.

Suggestions needed!

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Road trip coming up. Need to find some new music. Into Indie mostly, preferably upbeat so I don't fall asleep while driving... Like some hip hop here and there if it's good, don't want any pop-ish crap though.

Suggestions needed!

Annnnd go!!!!
Arctic Monkeys, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Rival Sons, Ash Grunwald, The Heavy, Radio Moscow, White Rabbits, The Dead Weather, Eagles of Death Metal are all bands I like that seem to fit into the Indie category. Good driving music and most of it has a nice energy.

Can recommend specific albums if you wish.

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Can recommend specific albums if you wish.
I've got some of those already listed.

Instead of albums, just go with a song or three from different artists. Would like to spread it around.

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I've got some of those already listed.

Instead of albums, just go with a song or three from different artists. Would like to spread it around.
Arctic Monkeys
  • My Propeller
  • Crying Lightning
  • Dangerous Animals
  • Potion Approaching

Black Rebel Motorcycle Club
  • River Styx
  • Shuffle Your Feet
  • 666 Conducer
  • Beat the Devil's Tattoo

Rival Sons
  • Young Love
  • Memphis Sun
  • Pressure and Time

Ash Grunwald
  • Can U Find a Way
  • Mojo
  • Fish Out of Water
  • Raw

The Heavy
  • Colleen
  • Short Change Hero
  • Set Me Free

Radio Moscow
  • Hold On Me
  • City Lights
  • Broke Down

White Rabbits
  • Midnight And I

The Dead Weather
  • I Can't Hear You
  • 60 Feet Tall
  • I Cut Like a Buffalo
  • Hang You From The Heavens

Eagles of Death Metal
  • Wannabe In LA
  • Flames Grow Higher
  • Don't Speak (I Came To Make A Bang)

Clutch
  • The Devil & Me
  • The Regulator (Acoustic)
  • Cypress Grove
  • The Incomparable Mr. Flannery
  • Gravel Road

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Ha, awesome. Thanks. I'll be checking out most of 'em.

Anyone else can feel free to throw some stuff out as well.

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Speaking in Tongues and Miss Alissa are also good if you like Eagles of Death Metal.

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Oh, goodie, a chance to impose my musical tastes on other people!

I've got something like 2500 plays of Arcade Fire on last.fm, plus unhealthy amounts of concert merch, so I probably have to include them... they're best heard in album form, but here are starting places (YT quality is *****, so up it to 480 if it's an option): [1] [2] [3] [4]

Also The Shins are awesome indie rock: [1] [2] [3]

If live in MN and you're not listening to Minneapolis Hip-Hop, then you're wasting it. Brother Ali [1] [2] [3] [4] and Atmosphere [1] [2] [3]

Cloud Cult is also local, more indie. Huge ****ing sound, amazing concerts. If you want to be absolutely devastated, read up on their backstory while you listen. [1] [2] [3]

One more local band, because you need more bluegrass in your life: Trampled by Turtles [1] [2]

Celtic punk is way the **** cooler than it sounds. Flogging Molly [1] [2] [3] and Dropkick Murphys, who got Bobby Orr, Shawn Thornton, and Milan Lucic to be in their latest video (link 3): [1] [2] [3]

Oh man, that look longer to type up than I was expecting. I could keep going for a long time... haven't hit any ska, or garage rock revival, or very much "indie rock", or blues rock. Lemme know if you like any of this stuff and I'll hit you up with more.

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