Thursday Night Acoustic Excellence: Russian Guitarist Alexandr Misko: “Billie Jean”

25Scottishdragon
1 week, 2 days ago
re: #24 William Lewis Opertration Steinboch and the He 177 are shown tangentially in one scene that is a bit of foreshadowing. The Blitz is depicted as progressing into 1942 and 1943, which left me a bit flummoxed. The Lysander ...

I’ve been getting burned out on acoustic guitarists who treat their instruments like hipster bongos, but here comes this Russian player, Alexandr Misko, to make me realize the percussive finger-style genre isn’t completely devoid of merit yet. Very impressive simultaneous bass, chords, melody and bongos in this one. …

Sunday Jam: Joe Bonamassa Live at the Vienna Opera House: “Dislocated Boy”

Acoustically perfect
58The Very Reverend Battleaxe of Knowledge
8/28/16 7:09:06 pm
re: #53 Joe Bacon They'll also have their alder-smoked salmon at events like Bumbershoot and the Street Food Festival and various street fairs like the U-District and Fremont.

Sunday Evening Acoustic Awesomeness: Antoine Dufour, “1979”

Shakedown 1979
550Blind Frog Belly White
7/04/16 1:22:42 pm
re: #548 SteveMcGaziBolaGate RN Well, he did that before, back in the late 1990s, and ended up flying too close to the sun. The wax melted, his wings fell apart, and pretty soon he wasn't Speaker anymore.

Overnight Acoustic Jam: Ian Ethan Case, “The Infinite Race” (18-String Guitar)

Tour de force
328Eric The Fruit Bat
4/05/16 6:50:06 pm
re: #23 mmmirele I used to be at a GSIB myself until the Great Recession reared it's ugly head (and I also had a shitty boss who was all image and zero performance) At least now I'm more in my ...