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October 9, Retrieved May 25, Robert Johnson. II The Complete Recordings. Elmore James. The Big T. King songs Freddie King songs Fleetwood Mac songs. Namespaces Article Talk. Not an old time blues player, but certainly and innovator. His style, swagger, and chops have been ripped, recycled, and repeated throughout music history -- continuing to this day. Clapton said Chuck Berry "laid the law" for playing rock and roll guitar. He was right. Elmore James Elmore James was a Mississippi born bluesman.
Robert Johnson This quote from the Rock Hall just about sums it up: "Legend has it that Robert Johnson met the devil at a crossroads and gave him his soul in exchange for mastery of the guitar. Auerbach eventually engages a wah, induces feedback, and then climbs up the fretboard with flurries of tremolo picking until he reaches a dramatic climax.
Gary Clark Jr. They both favor Strats, but the similarities pretty much end there. Jimmie rarely plays fast or dirty, and is never flash. He mostly sticks to stabbing single notes within a traditional framework giving them plenty of space to breathe.
Much as the native people did with the mighty buffalo, Koch uses every part of the scale on these amazing seven minutes, blending major, minor, and chromatic lines brilliantly over the changes and milking several notes out of every bend. Yes sir! He stays in familiar pentatonic territory for the first four bars, and then shades his phrases with canny chromaticism in the next four.
He plays even more ear-tweaking lines in the next few measures before taking the express train back downtown for a gritty finish. He does a killer, thematic break mid-tune but saves his best stuff for the end of the song. Clapton simplifies Johnson's guitar line and sets it to a straight eighth-note or rock rhythm. King and Albert King. Clapton also simplifies and standardizes Johnson's vocal lines. During the instrumental break, Cream takes an improvisational approach characteristic of their later live performances.
It appeared on bootleg albums before finally being released in on BBC Sessions. Johnson, although Clapton and Cream extensively reworked the song. The expanded version of Cream's Farewell Concert film released in contains the performance. Clapton biographer Schumacher notes "Given the passion of the solo performances on 'Crossroads,' it seems almost miraculous that Cream is able to return to the song itself.
He replied:. I can't remember. I really haven't heard that in so long—and I really don't like it, actually. I think there's something wrong with it. I wouldn't be at all surprised if we weren't lost at that point in the song, because that used to happen a lot.View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Encyclopedia Of Modern Blues Acoustic To Electric on Discogs. Label: Dejavu Retro Gold Collection - R2CD • Format: 2x, CD Album, Compilation • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock, Blues • Dust My Broom.