Tag Archives: Rock and Roll

Saluting Sergeant Pepper

Recently, the busy folks at Google made available an online tour of the famed Abbey Road Studios.  Anyone with internet access can go online and see inside the place where some of the most famous recordings were made.   The building … Continue reading

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King of the Slide Guitar

The slack-stringed, wailing, electric guitar riff that opens “Dust My Broom” is a sound that will forever immortalize Elmore James.  Although this tune was first recorded by the legendary Robert Johnson, it was the version by James that became an … Continue reading

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Something Blue and Borrowed

Well the podcasting bug struck again.  This time I was inspired by all the places you hear the chord progression that makes up the twelve bar blues.  The blues is a sound that has been borrowed and incorporated into a … Continue reading

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