CS70 wrote:The difference between jazz and fusion is between falling asleep and trying to, but the goddamn noise doesn't allow you to
Sam Spoons wrote::D :D :D :D
Actually you're both wrong, the difference between jazz and fusion is whether you need ear plugs or not.
DC-Choppah wrote:RIP Mr Holdsorth - The John Coltrane of the electric guitar.
CS70 wrote:When I listen to Coltrane I'm always brought back to around the summer of 1982, a small TV set and an episode of "The Streets of St. Francisco". Not a bad thing, all considered. And probably it's different episodes every time.
Arpangel wrote:Holdsworth was a great player, no doubt about that, but he leaves me cold, way too many notes and not enough "music"
:lol:I think if you count them, you'll find Holdsworth and Coltrane played exactly the right number of notes.
But maybe not in the right order.
Careful, it sounds like you’re displaying a classic symptom of being vulnerable to joining a cult. I think we need to provide an intervention, it’s for your own good, you’ll thank us later. :lol:I'd be interested in developing my appreciation of jazz