Standard blues vocabulary. I can follow it almost note for note after a few listen. I like the custom paint job on the Strat. Only Clapton can risk doing that to a classic strat. The guy playing the left handed strat has uses his fingers and a thumb pick like I do except at times

Storm, there's a guy who sometimes play along with me, he's left handed but when he plays, he uses a right handed guitar but plays it left handed, now that looks confusing as heck to me.


The paint job sure is something else on Clapton's Strat.

Anta, my son introduced me to Gary Clark Jr. music, he's not bad at all... nice style.

I've been jamming an oldie by Janis Joplin "A woman left lonely" the keyboard sounds sweet especially during the break. If you can, post it for me thanks. I'm on my phone as I'm out in the boonies with no comp.

Anything happening with Sick Kids function?

Prashad posted:

I refuse to listen to any Eric Clapton music after listening to the racist rant of Clapton in the 1970s.


I'll remove the gun pointed at your head. Consider yourself free of my demand that you listen to his music.

Footage of the outburst features in a new documentary about his career, “Eric Clapton: A Life in 12 Bars,” and according to the Daily Mail, at a London Q&A session promoting the film, the 72-year-old musician said he was “disgusted” by his past.

“I sabotaged everything I got involved with. I was so ashamed of who I was, a kind of semi-racist, which didn’t make sense. Half of my friends were black, I dated a black woman and I championed black music,” he continued.

Known for his love of the blues, Clapton was also pals with several leading black musicians, including Jimi Hendrix and B.B. King, who he collaborated with on 2000 album “Riding with the King.”

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