Suggested Pop & Rock Musicians-6

JIMI HENDRIX * CREAM * BLIND FAITH * LAURA MARLING * SANTANA *YOLA * JOE COCKER * LEON RUSSELL * CHUCK PROPHET * GILBERT PRICE * EMMA SWIFT * PAUL MCCARTNEY

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The greatest electric guitar innovator of the 60s:

Playlist of Hendrix’s entire debut album:

In case you weren’t lucky enough to see him live (I wasn’t):


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Jack Bruce, vocals & bass; Eric Clapton, guitar; Ginger Baker, drums:

Written by Eric Clapton and George Harrison:



Blind Faith = Steve Winwood, vocals & keyboard; Eric Clapton, guitar; Ginger Baker, drums; Ric Gretch, bass & violin. This recording has been remastered:

From the only live concert video of this group (as well as their first gig):



Another band Clapton belonged to briefly:



Derek & the Dominoes (featuring Eric Clapton & Duane Allman):

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Playlist (and then some) of Santana’s “Abraxis”:

Santana with Alicia Keys:

Recorded Live: 11/26/1989 – Watsonville High School Football Field – Watsonville, CA. After a classical guitar intro of Concierto de Aranjuez (written by Joaquín Rodrigo) this morphs into a blues jam with Cesar Rojas and David Hidalgo (both from Los Lobos):

Playlist (and then some) of his latest album:

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With Allison Russell (on right) of Birds of Chicago:





CHUCK PROPHET—————————————



From “The Roar of the Greasepaint – The Smell of the Crowd”:

From the “Ed Sullivan Show”:

Photos, animation and concept by Hugh Hales-Tooke. Additional photography: Christie Mullen. Starring: Emma Swift and Emily Smith:

Performers: Vocals: Emma Swift– Guitar, keyboards, bass, percussion: Patrick Sansone– Guitar: Robyn Hitchcock– Pedal steel: Thayer Serrano– Bass: Jon Estes– Drums and percussion: Jon Radford:

Performers same as above video.  Both songs from her album Blonde On The Tracks:


Paul McCartney played a secret free live gig at Amoeba’s Record Store in Los Angeles on June 27, 2007. Several releases have surfaced of these recordings. On July 12, 2019, it was released in full:

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