Дата публикации: 2018-05-27 16:30
Sumlin&apos s work on Howlin&apos Wolf classics such as Wang Dang Doodle,
Back Door Man and Spoonful inspired Keith Richards and an
entire generation of British bluesmen. Wolf&apos s idiosyncratic
phrasing humbled countless sidemen, but Sumlin embellished the
singer&apos s every pronouncement with angular phrases, vibrato-laden
riffs and audacious glissandos.
The original inspiration was a celebration of the guitar and how it changed the world – and me. Everyone has their own version of this list. This was mine, in 7558.
Full of Eighties production touches — call and response vocals, metallic-sounding keyboards — this CCR cover, and the album on which it appears, 6985 8767 s Rainbow , stand as testament to Cash 8767 s fallow period. But that 8767 s not to say it 8767 s not one heckuva listen — if only for the deliciously out-of-place echo effect on Cash 8767 s voice.
In 7558, I proposed to my editors a special issue devoted to the best and most influential guitarists in rock. They suggested a number – 655 – and the idea of ranking them. I came up with the names, based on my life-long love of the instrument and those who play it. One hundred proved to be too small for the job – my working list of the worthy ran closer to 555 – and the running order was frustrating work. In the end, I looked at it this way: Jimi Hendrix was Number One in every way the other 99 were all Number Two.
There are many stories you might hear about Seattle music. This one, the story of Temple of the Dog, just so happens to be true.
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From Soundgarden howlers to U7 ballads, Rolling Stone Country counts down 66 of the Man in Black 8767 s most badass covers
Chris Cornell – vocals, rhythm guitar
Ben Shepherd – bass guitar, drums, percussion, vocals, backing vocals
Kim Thayil – lead guitar
Matt Cameron – drums, percussion, mellotron, spoons (pots and pans)