Very pleased with the sax guy’s, uh, “approach.” He must have influenced Steve Mackay’s playing on the Stooges’ “L.A. Blues.”
Always surprised to hear somebody so nimble on a Firebird (or am I a total wanker and is that an Explorer?) They just seem so unwieldy… Also why do I always forget my weighty rings when I go out to play lead guitar with British Blues-Rock bands?
Yeah, should you ever bump into Steamhammer’s “Mountains,” “Steamhammer”, “Mk. II” or “Reflection” for less than $30, you better jump. (I’m sure you can do $5 better or so on cd, and great on tape!) Watch out: “Reflection” is when things get arty and weird, then heavy.
Also, thanks Euro-television programme: I didn’t actually want to watch the band. Those floating, hovering, wafting pastoral impressions of cymbals and rings really hit the spot. What do you owe to history, anyway?