Little Charlie & The Nightcats featured Rick Estrin on harp.
Justin Johnson cranked it up, floored it and blew the doors off. One of the greatest slide players around.
Altered Five Blues Band powers it up and flips the switch.
Kinda ran out of time (and steam) tonight, so I’ll make it short.
In 2020, the world stood still… in the movies too.
The End is an experimental narrative short film, in black & white and color, made only with movies gifs with a perfect loop, more than 500.
The End is also a tribute to the cinema, from silent films to now.
Music by Enrico Morricone. [h/t Mme. Jujujive]
The Brothers Comatose with AJ Lee covers Neil Young – and do it better.
Justin Johnson‘s style mashup works.
23 year old Kingfish Ingram has already recorded and/or performed with Rick Derringer, Samantha Fish, Eric Gales, Guitar Shorty, Buddy Guy, Bob Margolin, Keb Mo, Mr. Sipp and the Tedeschi Trucks Band. Amazing.
Whoa. It’s the weekend already. Lotta time flies these days and we’ll see you tomorrow sooner than you think.
“Like Aon Focal Eile, I had no idea how big that would be. I was afraid I’d get a slagging from the Irish speaking people but the boss man in Glór na Gael wrote me a very nice letter thanking me for having a song with a full Irish title in the charts.” Richie Kavanaugh
Brazil native Indiara Sfair & Guilherme Tosin cover Robert Johnson’s Walking Blues. Sfair is/was a member of Brazilian blues band “Milk’n’Blues.”
Justin Johnson‘s axe is a shovel, and he sells ’em, too.
Utoob comment: “Just imagine what he could do with a backhoe.”
G.E. Smith gets all swampy and stuff with a tribute to late bassman Tom “T Bone” Wolk. Both backed Hall & Oates and were the core of the SNL Band (1985-1995).
Have a great weekend, folks, see you back here tomorrow.
Awesome [via BlenderGuru email].
Les Paul with Carol Kaye.
Don’t know who she is? You’ve heard her many times before.
Justin Johnson covers ZZ Top‘s “La Grange” with no backup.
Ah, May is here, and in a few more months we’ll be “allowed” to have some of our freedoms back. Perhaps soon we’ll find out who’s been doctoring the statistics to justify their abhorrent destruction of prosperity.
Ah well. Have a great weekend, folks, ignore the scolds and have fun anyway. That’ll really piss ’em off. 😀
Okay, I think I see a pattern. Here’s one more.
Okay, I’ll stop, but not before I link to this Danier Leather commercial.
Alvin Lee & Ten Years After‘s “I’m Going Home” is one of the greatest speed metal rock tribute songs ever, and this live version dates to 1969 – Woodstock. TYA had only one Top 40 hit.
How ’bout some Samantha Fish?
Definitely dangerous. Hand her something with four wires nailed to it and she’ll jam it down your throat. I want to hear what she can do with a diddley bow.
That’s Justin Johnson playing classic Son House on a custom-made glorified diddley bow.
Have a great three-day weekend folks and please remember what Memorial Day is all about. See you back here tomorrow.
Fishbone was, and is, one of the tightest high-speed ska bands I ever heard. [The above is dedicated to Professor Christine Ford, whose evil testimony under oath has been proven to be fabricated in order to impune the character of an innocent man.]
One of the best slide guitar players in the business. Ry Cooder‘s 1988 swamp rock take on Elvis‘ “All Shook Up” was awesome.
Killer stuff from Justin Johnson. Turn it up. It’s the musical equivalent to stress on the 405 through L.A. at rush hour and I love it.
Have a great weekend, folks, see you back here after I tear up my kitchen tomorrow.
I really don’t know what to make of this, but it somehow seems appropriate given the fires in California. Reminds me of early Devo vids. [h/t Bunkessa]
Justin Johnson amazes me. Plays lead, rhythm, bass and chorus at the same time on a 4-string cigar box slider. One of the commenters on the Utoobage posted “I’m convinced this guy is f***ing Buckethead,” and others agreed, so let’s roll with that.
“I was eating it, and I put the mask on and then the bucket on my head. I went to the mirror. I just said, ‘Buckethead. That’s Buckethead right there.’ It was just one of those things. After that, I wanted to be that thing all the time.” –Buckethead
Yeah, that’s a hella nice jam despite the silly visual gimmicks. Brian Carroll rocks.
Then here comes this guy.
Have a great weekend, folks. Be back here tomorrow for more stuff.
Nate Smith jams it. Betcha can’t spot the mistake.
Seems I heard Justin Johnson before, but only accidentally. Sure, it’s a compilation vid, but that there is some righteous awesome. Reminds me of this guy:
Ry Cooder took the slide guitar and shoved it right though my temporal lobes with his 1987 album “Get Rhythm.” It’s a must-have if you like Swamp Rock.
Have a great weekend, folks. See you tomorrow when the time is right.