I did learn playing spontaneously from him because one thing he would do, and you can hear him on his records, he would go in and make an entire album and he wouldn't even have songs written.
He would just start making up words about whatever was happening to him that day. He made up songs spontaneously right there in the moment as it was happening. You had to watch him because you never knew what would happen. So that whole experience was a crash course on how to play spontaneously with other musicians. From your perspective, how has the music business changed? In some ways it's a good thing and in some ways it's a bad thing.
The cool thing is, now someone can make their own record with a computer and a good program. You can make a record in your living room that will sound pretty decent. Then you can use Facebook and those kinds of things to market it and create an own audience.
Now music that would have normally never gotten a chance can be heard. Unlike when everything was just dominated by labels. On the other hand, you get swamped with stuff and you really have to look through to find the good stuff.
Record sales are dwindling too. It used to be we would go out on tour as a means of selling CDs. Now the CDs provide us a means to go out and play shows. So I really make my living playing live. So the CDs enable you to go out and play and have good crowds, so for somebody like me the touring is essential.
I keep touring. I do cities a year. I'm one of the lucky ones because I love touring. But the business is in an incredible state of change and where it's going we just don't know. The illegal downloading just pisses me off. Do not be stealing music from people. I think you've got a go back to the three Kings -- B.
Start there, those three guys, that's the bible of blues guitar licks. Then there's Buddy Guy. The thing I love about him is he just throws caution to the wind and he just plays with this insane energy, passion and feeling. He has no worry at all about going over the top into what some people would call overplaying. Jimi plays the Blues with his entire soul.
Working some classic tunes, he shows what a profound Blues talent underpinned all that magnificent flash. This amazing value album gives you some of Leslie's most famous songs in their original form, with that distinctive tone already in place.
The legendary concert sounds crystal clear after Tom Dowd's digital remix, and the Allman's were absolutely smokin'! An excellent backing unit allows Robben to express himself without having to impress anyone.
All I Want is You Blues for the Modern Daze Pray for Rain. Walter Trout and Bernie Marsden. Deel publicatie : Facebook Twitter Pinterest E-mail. We horen graag je mening! Voeg reactie toe Reactie annuleren. Deze site maakt gebruik van cookies om inhoud en advertenties te personaliseren, om functies van sociale media te bieden en om ons verkeer te analyseren. The band is on tour throughout the US in support of the new album so pick up a copy and get out to see the band live.
Prepare to get the blues blown through you with some great tone and amazing playing from one of the best Blues bands in the business. Walter Trout Tour Dates. Our profound thanks go out to Walter, his family and the band for all the enthusiasm and over-the-top representation of Mesa for more than 30 years.
Here's to 30 more and thanks for the great ride so far! Select A Category Available Categories:.Label: Provogue - PRD 2,Mascot Label Group - PRD 2 • Format: CD Album • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock, Blues • Style: Blues Rock Walter Trout - Blues For The Modern Daze (, CD) | Discogs/5(14).