Larry "The Mole" Taylor: Canned Heat

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  1. shrimpflea

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    The very definition of bass face.
     
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    Just goes to show that a spirited performance, where you demonstrate to the audience that you are having a good time on stage, and are thoroughly engaged can make for a great show without having to be a virtuoso at the highest level on your instrument. Not too many people have played in front of an audience of that size. I had a big grin on my face watching this, and really enjoyed it.
     
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    Yeahhh, Larry Taylor squeezin' everything out of that jam.:bassist:

    I learned a lot of blues from a John Mayall album Jazz Blues Fusion and he was part of that band after Canned Heat. Last I heard him was with Tom Waits. He is very real.
     
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    jerry Definitely not trending Gold Supporting Member

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    One of my early favorites!!! I stole a lot from him.
     
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    +1:D
     
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    Definitely a great band and a fun, spirited performance. Some impressive feats of sideburn engineering too...
     

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