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Right now I'm pretty hung up on some Nine Inch Nails. I'm addicted to this one part in the live version of the song "Gave Up" where this a really damn good solo and it makes me wanna toss my hair around! NIN is my jam for the night.
 

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Ugh... I just heard this version of 50 Cent's "In the Club" where they put the words to NIN's "Closer." I hope for Fiddy's sake that Trent doesn't find out about this or he'll have some new gunshot wounds. Haha. It's an odd combo with Fiddy saying "I'm not into makin' love, come give me a hug." when Trent is saying through gritted teeth "I wanna **** you like an animal!"
 

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I tried to play some heavy metal but it made my Cadillac ill and it threw up!:vomit:
Nora Jones, Bread, Los Lonely Boys, Eric Clapton, Led Zep and "Rockin' & Roll"
These play well in the Caddy with a glass of Chardonna.
 

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At the moment- Live at Yoshi's, Pat Martino - quite probably the greatest jazz guitarist alive. Good stuff - check it out!

Also on deck, Supertramp's Paris double live album from 79.

Then, probably some Van Halen (or AC/DC would always be good).

Hmm, quite a disparate mix I've got going here...

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Kdirk said:
At the moment- Live at Yoshi's, Pat Martino - quite probably the greatest jazz guitarist alive. Good stuff - check it out!


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I will check it out!

My fave right now is Joe Diorio.....I thought he was the best jazz guitarist alive today :)
 

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Lately Eric Clapton has been into the jazz scene. The guy is a master at the guitar!
Dream Band:

Eric Clapton & Mark Knopfler - Guitars
Sting - Bass
Phil Collins - Drums

Would be fronted by the legend Freddie Mercury, but for obvious reasons......
 

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I'll give Clapton his props, but he is first and foremost a ROCK guitarist and is a bit late to the party for Jazz. I won't dispute he's [unbelievably] good but I would have a harder time accepting him as a Jazz guitar God when others have made their entire careers on it. As a rock guitar master, no problem.

I should also point out that Pat Martino had a stroke many years ago now that left him unable to play for a time, yet he came back even better than before - truly an impressive achievement.

As a keyboard guy myself I can only stand in awe at his ability on the 6 string. Wish I could do half of what he does.

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