There still is a lot and very good, the problem is that it takes a lot to find it But as I said , there is talent out there and maybe now the technical and instrumental level has never been better While it is true that my big heroes are mostly from the 60s and 70s, I can assure you that in the later decades, groups like Oasis , U2 and the Raconteurs are real headlights on my road. Jack White himself with the Raconteurs has shown that classic rock can sound modern, and his album Consoler of the Lonely , is among the best in rock history in my view.
GE: You can tell the veteran touch on the record which makes you sound very good, but the songs are still there. What do you most value in a band or an artist you like, the sound? MA: The songs, and in 2nd place the songs, and 3rd the songs The song is everything and everything else must mold around what the song needs. The sound is the vehicle between the song and the public. And finally attitude is the lie that has been sold us saying that anyone can do this.
What he needs to do is to continue writing songs the way he does, without attitude. Each one has a very different sound, but you manage to give it a personal touch that brings it all together.
Which guitar did you use to record it? A guitar I had parked in the house for years, but on this album it was almost my main instrument. Ironically, it was my favourite for years when I played in a tribute band of The Who. GE: When you write a song, do you have in mind which guitar would best suit it, or is it a process in which you will find it?
MA: Well it can happen in many ways. So you know for sure that this is the guitar with which you will record the song. What effects did you use to get that sound? A medal for the producer. My great influences, and the reason I formed a trio back in the day, were people like Jimi Hendrix Experience , Cream and Rory Gallagher, all those bands that mainly drink from the blues. Basically I feel that I have a blues soul, and soul being a 2. It is clear that this seems to have become one of your main strengths onstage.
Besides, if your sound had to be described, it could well be through this song, what guitar and amp did you use to record it? MA: It was clear in my mind that I was going to record with London MJM Fuzz, which has been my go-to pedal to go crazy with for about a decade, but in the studio we realised things worked better with the combination of various pedals, among which a Catalinebread Dirty Little Secret.
MA: This is a great question, really. CD de audio , CD, 9 marzo "Vuelva a intentarlo". Ver condiciones. Comprados juntos habitualmente. Previous page. Live In Monterey. Hendrix Jimi. CD de audio. Live At Woodstock. Hendrix, Jimi. The Cry Of Love. Jimi Hendrix. Next page. Electric Ladyland. The Jimi Hendrix Experience. Valleys Of Neptune. Disco de vinilo. Are You Experienced. Detalles del producto Dimensiones del producto : Opiniones de clientes. Ha surgido un problema al filtrar las opiniones justo en este momento.
Vuelva a intentarlo en otro momento. Pero yo en concreto lo he disfrutado mucho. El sonido es espectacular Pero un serie de blues espectaculares Compra verificada.
Yet another mishmash of "recordings" that I doubt, if Jimi had lived, he would ever have approved for release. It maybe unreleased recordings but it certainly isn't unreleased material. The only reason I gave this 2 stars instead of 1 is because of Hear my Train a coming. Save your money and dont buy it unless you simply must have everything and anything released with Jimi's name on it.
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