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Thread: My favorite all-time live guitar intro. For those that can't take it, the song begins around the 3:20 mark: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7FdWPeHFAMk

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    Eddie is offline
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    My favorite all-time live guitar intro. For those that can't take it, the song begins around the 3:20 mark:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7FdWPeHFAMk

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    Superb. Thnx.
    Yeah, Yeah - IMHO

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    NYCFred is offline
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    wow. haven't heard THAT for a while....

    "heroin" pops up on youtube right alongside....another old fave...
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    For you kids this is the original rock and roll-

    Rock and Roll



    Andy

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    He is part of the Beatles inspiration along with Buddy Holly and Elvis.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JEK
    He is part of the Beatles inspiration along with Buddy Holly and Elvis.

    I know- if you look at the entire video he was inspiration to many future hall of famers.


    Here is another from the same set- this must be old- all the men are wearing a coats and ties. This gives a better idea of his guitar playing which was rather unique back then- remember the high school dance in Back to the Future and Michael J. Fox playing the guitar

    Chuck Berry



    Andy

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    Voosh is offline
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    Didn't Michael J. Fox give Chuck Berry the inspiration in that documentary "Back To The Future?"

    Yeah, so many inspirations along the way. Some of the results I question. Yet, they got a lot of creative juices going. To our benefit. The arts are a very important adjunct to the business of taking care of business.
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    Good stuff today, Andy.

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    Eddie is offline
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    Andy- Anyone who loves RnR should love Chuck Berry. Everything that came after, owes something to him.

    Fred- No one captures the grit of New York like Lou. The only one I can think of who comes close is Garland Jeffreys. I used to keep this song in the car. Would always play it as I drove into the city:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cPZ-Z7RNulQ
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