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Robben Ford

...t was fusion then – the commercial, mass-appeal version of jazz – is now so-called “smooth jazz.” Yeah. There’s not a lot to say about that. It’s not very inspired, I would say. It’s serving a purpose that is other than musical, certainly other than artistic – in terms of stretching and growing as a musician. Where did your chordal and harmonic vocabulary come from? I learned all my chords out of the Mickey Baker book. So when I was with Charlie,...

Tom Petty and Mike Campbell

...ate ’70s with his 1950 Fender Broadcaster. Photos by Neil Zlozower. So the non-Tom Petty model specs out the same… Yeah, it does. I saw Bruce Springsteen had one and I was telling him “I invented that!” (laughs). They still make them, and they’re really good, actually. I still use mine in the show. But my favorite Rick is the semi-hollow blond one I played [on “The Tonight Show”]. That’s the one I used to record “The Waiting” and all those classic...

Arlen Roth

..., a little there – but I never wanted to actually emulate somebody note-for-note. I’d just grab little snippets. I’ll hear some beautiful thing Scotty Anderson does and think, “Wow, I’d love to be able to do a little something of that.” Or certain things that influenced me tremendously without even knowing it, almost subliminally. Bobby Fuller’s solo on “I Fought The Law” has affected me since I was a little kid. I go into this block-chord melody...

Guitar Hot Sheet

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Leslie West

Leslie West

...time I get the opportunity. I turn them on just by themselves, no pedals, no nothin’. Just to hear the amp sound and what can I do to make them sound better. Not so much the volume, it’s the tone. You’re planning a tour, right? Yeah, with Uli John Roth and Michael Schenker. I’d just gotten out of the hospital [Ed. Note: West, who is diabetic, underwent surgery in June to remove his right leg above the knee after complications.] and I had to consi...

Buck Owens and The Buckaroos

..., and the people knew that. We had a blast!” March 25, 1966, brought their now-legendary Carnegie Hall concert, recorded and released on Capitol, still in print today. Forty years later, Brumley still marvels at the outcome. “There was no fixin’ on that whole album, and I don’t think there’s a mistake on it. We were used to that, which was good for us and made us really get on the stick. It was a habit – go in the studio, play something, and get i...

Taj Mahal

...ple weren’t afraid to mix it up and be entertainers, as opposed to just one-note hooeys. In an era when a lot of stuff was hampering people getting together and getting along, we were in an educated environment, being inspired and bombarded by people who were getting a lot closer to what they felt were their roots. When I saw young white musicians learning how to play banjo, doing all this mountain music and country music, I thought, “Oh yeah! You...

Howard Roberts

...rbinger of the attitude and aura he exuded, especially after he became well-known. Roberts met jazz great Barney Kessel after hearing him play one night. That meeting developed into an important and lasting friendship; Kessel introduced Roberts to guitarist Jack Marshall, who was becoming a heavy hitter in the Hollywood music scene. Marshall became a close friend, employer, and mentor to the young guitarist, and would eventually sign him to Capito...

Rocco Prestia

...Power, they I the tower of power!” Prestia’s incessant, two-fingered, 16th-note approach is best illustrated on the aforementioned “What Is Hip?” from the band’s self-titled third album. A minor miracle of stamina, for starters, it drives the song’s jackhammer groove like few bass parts in the R&B canon. The album, featuring singer Lenny White, also produced another funk workout (and Prestia tour de force), “Soul Vaccination,” and the ballad “So...
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