I'll admit I didn't know much about Buckethead.While listening to your post, I read up on the guy.What an odd story. In wiki, it says at one point he was putting out a cd per day! The story sounds insane.
I really enjoy his guitar work :-) I don't agree at all with him on other issues ;-)
Check out these guys....https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0HWv7YJtYCA
No doubt he's a great player! He's just one f those people that I hear their stuff on occasion, but just didn't know who they were.That link you gave, won't do anything on my iPad. So it type it in, but I couldn't get anything to come up.Possibly due to the "7" that is bellow the line of type! Wtf is is that?? Any idea?What's the YouTube vid called, so I can search it? I like where your music choices lead....Thanks!
Or youtube.. Riverside Reality Dream Live. or any of their albums.
Thanks man!Found it under Riverside YouTube search.I just said to the wife half an hour ago that I can't blow the day laying here listening to Buckethead!...now I'm listening to this! LolIt's beautiful - and the guys dead? Typical.
Wow! I di didn't realize he had died?! I just looked it up and I guess he dropdead recently at 40 years old. Sad. Give them a chance though, check out the other albums on YouTube.
I certainly will.I appreciate the musical leads you give out.I grew up on progressive/fusion, then life got in the way, then I ended up hanging out with blues guys.I miss this type of music a lot.
Timbo, this was a great progressive/ fusion album from 1978http://youtu.be/oHJrOg79kQUU.K. is the self-titled debut album by the progressive rock supergroup U.K., released in 1978 through E.G. Records and Polydor Records. It features John Wetton, Eddie Jobson, Bill Bruford, and Allan Holdsworth.
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