Call me crazy, hell, I will call me crazy for saying it, but Warren Zevon's cover of Knocking On Heaven's Door after he was diagnosed with terminal cancer is pretty drymounting amazing to me and just a notch above the original. I know, I know, BOO THIS MAN!
Solid spin on an old Hendrix staple by my most favorite, least known blues man - not many people are "worthy" of covering Jimi.
If you like blues, and you can catch him here in the states, do it.
Trout has waaaay more skills than will be represented in this cover of Red House ,but it does a pretty good job of introducing his "style" to those of you who may be unfamiliar with him.
I've been fortunate to see him play with Buddy Guy, and another time with Bonomassa. He's always quite expressive and used to remind me of a Chris Farley when he was younger as he'd be all untucked and pouring sweat looking like a wild man living in a van down by the river by the third song into the show
"lance wrote:drymount, man, this is better than Disneyland!chef wrote: I used to think if I died in an evil place, then my soul wouldn't be able to make it to Heaven. But now? drymount! I mean, I don't care where it goes, as long as it ain't here.
alor of good stuff...this is what I was hoping for.
love me some blues. prolly 10 years ago me and a buddy went to a riverboat casino...a blues band was playing. we ended up spending the night listening to the band and never boarded the casino. 'the blues ain't nuthin but a good woman gone bad'.