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Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by muggsy, Jan 19, 2006.
Damn...& I was just re-visiting Pickett's Hey Jude album the last couple days. Great R&B album with some great R&B Jamerson-esque bass grooves. A very young Duane Allman also played on this recording.
RIP, Pick...& thanks.
Wow. Another one of the greats, gone.
RIP Wicked Pickett
I wonder how much money I've made playing his songs. Every time I pick up the bass, seems like I owe more to someone.
Thank you Wilson Pickett.
I think the first song I actually learned to play by ear with the record was Mustang Sally. Turns out he passed while living with in 20 minutes of me. I had no idea.
**PS I have NEVER been able to correctly play 634-5789 (Soulsville) despite numerous attempts. Time to try again.
RIP. He will be missed! I'll be playing a bunch of his stuff this weekend with my R&B gig. He was a huge influence on us all.
"Mustang Sally" is a staple tune for my band The man could SING.
Man , This is really heavy .
I play his entire collection at least once a month .
Definately a somber day .
R.I.P. Wilson .
Don't let the green grass fool You , and Hey Jude are my two of my favorite soul songs.
When the band hits the bridge and Duane goes crazy and Wilson starts howling in Hey Jude...........Wow.
Just heard via NPR. Sad news.
That brought back the old memories of when Otis Redding
Wilson was a talented singer and had great groove and soul.
I learned a lot of good things from the Wicked Pickett.
Early 60's seems young to cross the finish line.
Rest in peace bro, thanks for the memories.
"Funky Broadway" rules all day long. RIP
RIP ... he wrote some great stuff. I've been in a few bands that's played his tunes.... always got people moving.
Wow. My mom's gonna be devestated.
First Lou Rawls, now Pickett. It's the end of a remarkable era. Rest in peace.
Sorry to hear this - he had such a great voice. Along w/ Redding and Johnnie Adams, wicked Pickett was one of my favorite soul/r'n'b vocalists.
Always liked Engine Engine #9 - great bass line.
What else is there to say other than RIP and remeber the man's awesomeness.