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One of my favorite blues tracks. Rock Me Baby features Jorma Kaukonen on lead guitar and Jack Casady on bass. There’s nothing like a live performance!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XrOM_KnmvUw&feature=emb_logo
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Hey Arthur(!),
thanks for the track.
Now,...THAT'S a way to kick off a day!

I love it, when Musicians 'trust themselves', to play it slow.
Pluck the notes, like ripe cherrys,..from the tree.
,..hold them,
...look a them,
listen to them(!),
....before popping them in their mouth!

I believe this tune is an old B.B. King song.
I saw him play it twice.
If you haven't already,
you might want to check out the film:
'The Life of Riley'.
https://youtu.be/812ykp-DAug

I'm pretty sure you'll....LOVE it! 💋

Again, thanks for the kick(!).
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Thanks, Gallagher! I love that track. And you described playing it slow beautifully!

Here’s a more harmonically sophisticated blues, featuring Peter Frampton on guitar, John Regan on bass, Shawn Fichter on drums, and yours truly Arthur Stead on keyboards.

What I loved about playing with Peter (1980 thru ’81 and 2005 - ’07) is that although every song had a structure, when it came time to improvise solos, it was open for interpretation. So that musically speaking every night was different, and anything could happen.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Km6QAyO3......index=27
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Gallagher, I wanted to add that the B.B. King film looks fabulous! What struck me in the trailer was how many of the musicians mentioned him being able to “speak” with just one note. I remember in the early 1970’s, seeing a double header concert with John McLaughlin’s Mahavishnu Orchestra and the Jeff Beck band. McLaughlin was technically incredible with lighting fast runs … but Jeff Beck’s playing “spoke” much more emotionally by just bending a few notes.

I’ve posted this video before, but it's worth seeing again. Jeff Beck performing Cause We've Ended As Lovers, live at Ronnie Scott's in London. Jeff’s playing is exquisite. Ans how about that young bass player’s solo?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lw8fBR_XiPs&feature=emb_logo
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