Tag Archives: Royal Albert Hall
Blues guitar wizard Joe Bonamassa was in London recently, playing a series of shows at four of his favorite venues in the blues-mad British capitol. Bonamassa chose the London shows as an opportunity to play songs that had not previously been part of his live set.… Read More
In this very cool UK video from “Cream at the Royal Albert Hall” Eric Clapton shows in a interview the sound and use of his psychedelic Gibson SG, his wah, woman tone, and blues skill. In our humble opinion, the combination of the SG and Marshall defined the Clapton sound! We also LOVE the voice of the English narrator…”the electronic guitar is also dismissed as nothing more than a jangling noise machine, etc”…he sounds right out of a 60″s British Sci-Fi film—too much!
Former leaders of Britpop arch-rivals Blur and Oasis bury the hatchet for Britain’s Teenage Cancer Trust Performance
By Alex Baker
Gilmore & Bowie performing the Pink Floyd classic “Comfortably Numb” from the DVD “Remember That Night – Live at The Royal Albert Hall“ This performance represents one of the very finest in the history of English rock, with Bowie’s vocals adding additional command and texture to the original composition. Gilmore’s guitar solo design is flawless and executed with exciting intensity. Don’t miss this… Read More