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Discussion in 'Recordings [BG]' started by Richland123, Mar 22, 2014.
Just sitting here listening to some Phil Keaggy (Leland Sklar is on bass)
I've seen Phil live twice, both were a great time.
The first time was solo, the 2nd time was with a band.
If you've seen him play solo, you know that is an understatement, ha.
His "Philly Live" DVD is great.
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Oh boy, those guys are amazing. I used to listen to Keaggy all the time. Must dig some out.
I agree. I have seen his solo act and he is the master of "looping".
He is an amazing guitarist.
The Glass Harp stuff is really good too.
great artist and record. i've seen phil with glass harp a couple times, always worth it. i've seen him solo as well, great looping and acoustic playing.
Incredible groove on "Whatever Life Demands" off of there first (self-titled) album.
I was just thinking about this song last week, for the first time in years! I've never heard this studio version. I bought a live album many years ago called How The West Was One, on the strength of a quote from Jimi Hendrix, where he mentioned Phil's name when asked what it was like to be the best guitarist in the world. I'd never heard of Phil at that time, so I decided to check it out. It includes Phil & his band, and some other Christian artists. Phil's tunes blew me away! I was very impressed, to say the least.
Thanks so much for posting this!
Youtube is for watching. For listening, you want a turntable, stereo amplifier, and speakers or headphones.
This live version is incredible. My favorite guitar player!! I love the 5:00 mark when it settles into a groove and he breaks out the ebow.
yep great record. how the west was won by 2nd chapter of acts, phil keaggy, and a band called david.
the keaggy cuts on there are especially good.
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