Sonny Terry & Brownie McGhee - any fans? Each a star in his own right, but together they were dynamite! There was Sonny with his intermittent whoops and his sharp blasts of harmonica, and Brownie with his lightning finger-picking, they complemented each other perfectly. Add drums, piano, bass and you've got a blues band on fire. The old See For Miles CD is as good a place as any to start.
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- World's Foremost Authority
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This thread has remained sans comments for too long. So I'll post, probably not for the first time, this Michael Franks composition.
Things that a fella can't forget...
Mike Boom wrote:It is brilliant of course, probably the best of the complete Thick as a Brick boots.
- John aka Josh
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Muskrat wrote:This thread has remained sans comments for too long. So I'll post, probably not for the first time, this Michael Franks composition.
Featuring John Mayall.