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Ahhhhhhhhh, SRV.

What an amazing talent.

The man could bend a string.


Hard to believe he will have been gone 24 years next month. :(


It is. :(


He used fat strings but still bent em. Got the sound he wanted. Strong hands and hard work unleashed his amazing talent.


dd1, you said earlier that JB's best sound for you was listening to him live. It's the same for me with SRV. 


This one's unable to embed here. The '83', El Mocambo gig. It's a small venue so you're up close and personal. One of the all time great, guitar performances.



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yepp SRV my favorite   

he played here twice, first in 1984 then i did not know who he was, then again in 1985 and i was there, still considered by many the best consert ever here in town

then he should come back in 1988 but was cancelled, i think he broke his ankle .....

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"Crossing the Line" from Go Live in Paris.  Hunted for this CD for years and finally found it.  Steve Winwood...Stomu Yamashta...Klaus Schulze,,,Michael Shrieve and the almighty Al DiMeola on the best night of that band's short career.

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And as you cross the circle line
Well, the ice-wall creaks behind
You're a rabbit on the run

And the silver splinters fly
In the corner of your eye
Shining in the setting sun

Well, do you ever get the feeling
That the story's too damn real
And in the present tense?

Or that everybody's on the stage
And it seems like you're the only person
Sitting in the audience?


EDIT: oops

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This garden universe vibrates complete
Some, we get a sound so sweet

Vibrations reach on up to become light
And then through gamma, out of sight

Between the eyes and ears there lie
The sounds of colour and the light of a sigh

And to hear the sun, what a thing to believe
But it's all around if we could but perceive

To know ultraviolet, infrared and X-rays
Beauty to find in so many ways

Two notes of the chord, that's our poor scope
But to reach the chord is our life's hope

And to name the chord is important to some
So they give it a word, and the word is...


Moody Blues "In Search of the Lost Chord"
The Word - Graeme Edge



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