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  • Stuck in an elevator with an artist : wishlist

    Please post pics of the person or group you'd like to get that close to.

    "The blues is the recognition of a tragedy, and the optimism to deal with it" (Fruteland Jackson)

    "You may think you're playing your instrument, but what you're really playing is the audience" (anonymous)

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    For everything they've been and everything they've been through and for what they are now, I'd be cool with

     

    dg

     

    and on the other side

     

    sg

     

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    Music is a moral law. It gives soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination, and charm and gaiety to life and to everything. - Plato

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    • Special J
      Special J commented
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      Definitely not some old English dudes, no matter how good of guitarists they are.

      I've been fortunate in my line of work to have been able to meet a lot of my musical heroes already. Unfortunately, some of those folks have turned out to be twats. There are a few I'd still like to meet. Willie Nelson comes to mind. But I don't want to get stuck on an elevator with him. I'd like to get stuck on his tour bus, near his stash. So, for the elevator encounter, I'm gonna go with:

      (Kimbra)

       

      And while I'm fantasizing, it will be the unmarried, more fit me of 7 years ago.


    • seibertdr
      seibertdr commented
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      I would go with this choice too. Gilmour is number 1. Scott Gorham and Brian Roberston were the ultimate dual guitars.

  • #3

    Joe Walsh. Who wants to talk about guitars when you could hear about what it

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    • JRicoC
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      Joe was on a recent episode of that Guitar Center show and said he always loves talking to fans, and felt it was important to have time for them. That being said, he says it's important to talk to people about sobriety, and how he always has time in that regard, since it might save a life (or two) ...

  • #4

    Allison Robertson is a good call. I'm a big fan of her playing, and she's very attractive.

    Obviously I'd want to be stuck on an elevator with a hot woman like Katy Perry, but that's just wishful thinking. She'd get sick of me after a few minutes, probably, because I'd have nothing to say to her. I'd just want her body.

    Alex Lifeson, of course. I'd like to ask him what he plays at home when he's not under the Rush umbrella. There's a segment on the Rush in Rio second disc where he's playing some scorching blues -- I think for his pre-show warmup -- and that was really cool to hear him playing in a different idiom. I'd also ask him about theory.

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    The first, and most frequently violated rule of punk is: THERE ARE NO RULES.



    "You know, once you've had that guitar up so loud on the stage, where you can lean back and volume will stop you from falling backward, that's a hard drug to kick." — David Gilmour

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    • PRS_JRW
      PRS_JRW commented
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      Orianthi.jpg

      I would also be cool with David Gilmour, but I would imagine that Orianthi would smell nicer.

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    • kayd_mon
      kayd_mon commented
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      noisebloom wrote:

      Allison Robertson is a good call. I'm a big fan of her playing, and she's very attractive.

      Obviously I'd want to be stuck on an elevator with a hot woman like Katy Perry, but that's just wishful thinking. She'd get sick of me after a few minutes, probably, because I'd have nothing to say to her. I'd just want her body.

      Alex Lifeson, of course. I'd like to ask him what he plays at home when he's not under the Rush umbrella. There's a segment on the Rush in Rio second disc where he's playing some scorching blues -- I think for his pre-show warmup -- and that was really cool to hear him playing in a different idiom. I'd also ask him about theory.


      Yeah, Allison Robertson gets some really great sounds, she plays well, and The Donnas have some very cool songs. 


  • #5

    Robbin Crosby

    www.georgelynch.com
    www.robbincrosby.net

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