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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 11-29-2007, 12:08 AM Thread Starter
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Jeff Beck Rocks!

That is all.

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post #2 of 9 (permalink) Old 11-29-2007, 12:12 AM
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I used to have Big Block on cassette tape. He jams.

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I used to have Big Block on cassette tape. He jams.
Crap...your older than I thought, you remember cassette tapes

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Crap...your older than I thought, you remember cassette tapes
How many 8-tracks do you have Rick? No lies! How about 45s?

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How many 8-tracks do you have Rick? No lies! How about 45s?
I taking the 5th Actually I have some Beatles and Buddy Holly on 45's...8 tracks....I know I have some Carlos Santana stuff...in a box somewhere in the crawl space...who knows what history lies in that crawl space

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That is all.
Was Jeff in town recently, or were you just listening to him?

I saw Steve Moorse opening up for Jeff Beck back in the late 80's. Talk about a guitar show!

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Remember the Craig 8 tracks that bolted to the floor of the car? Tooling around in an old VW minivan with the 8 track and bean bags in the back was the bomb. Had a lot of fun in the back of that overgrown bug in the 70s.

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He rocked with Bogert and Appice

I don't dig on much of his solo stuff though. It's good, but too artsy for me. I liked him best with just kick ass rock bands

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wtf is a cassette tape
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