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The Bluest Blues

Posted by **khfpl** on Mar 1, 2014 at 12:15:42 PM:

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... I always wondered and still wonder why Hari didn't venture more into the Blues space. There are a couple of examples showing that he could have done that and easily, albeit in his special way of playing, which btw would him made very special also in this genre.

Alin Lee on this:

"You obviously struck a chord with George because you two recorded several songs together. Do you have a favorite you did with him?

Yeah, “The Bluest Blues.” The first guitar solo is George and it’s really beautiful…one of the best slide guitar solos I’ve ever heard. I said, “I got this one that needs a bit slide on it George.” and he said, “I’ll be right over.” And he played this beautiful, melodic solo. George doesn’t jam like me. I’m a jammer, I fire from the hip. But George writes a song when he does a solo, he writes a tune that becomes the solo. So he had this beautiful melody and a really nice touch. It kind of put me on the spot because I had to come up with something to match it. I think I did pretty good."

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