>Off the Beaten Path>The Greatest SooperGroop Of All-time
Took a little trip down memory lane on Youtube. Came across The Traveling Wilbury's. Great stuff; first album was written and recorded in about two weeks. Everyone just happened to be in town:
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"Stop trying to spoil the mystery of life, I was really getting into it."
I love the Wilburys!
I've got a fever...
Great call. One of my favorite Wilbury songs is "Poor House" off the second album (Volume 3). A lesser known track, with a killer slide guitar solo from George Harrison.
On your deathbed, you won't wish that you'd spent more time at the office. But you will wish that you'd spent more time running. Because if you had, you wouldn't be on your deathbed.
2 reasons I learned to play guitar: be able to play Blackbird. Be able to play that opening riff from End of the Line.
Come all you no-hopers, you jokers and roguesWe're on the road to nowhere, let's find out where it goes
Good one. Harrison was an innovative guitarist. Created some great licks, never flashy and overdone, and always served the song. Up there in the pantheon of all-time greats.
The first riff I learned was Alice Cooper's "School's Out."
"Day Tripper" is a good lick. "Here Comes The Sun" is a nice challenge. Harrison created a lot of interesting stuff.
Dylan is actually a very good guitarist as well. Good fingerpicker.
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