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I've yet to warm up to Bob Dylan's voice, I've tried multiple times, and will try again one day, but it hasn't clicked yet.
Walk Right In is amazing, you have to hear it in full to get the 12 string work, in some small way it changed the face of music.
Not quite as magical as the Rooftop Singer's version, but Wanda Jackson's take of Walk Right In is a pretty cool to hear.
You won't find a nylon guitar playing in Country Blues
Not trying to throw out an "I told you so" or anything, your comment is true 99% of the time, but it made me think of Jerry Reed and how incredibly well he was able to incoporate nylon string guitar into country and blues. It ain't country blues in a Big Bill Broonzy kind of way but Jerry Reed has recorded some of the greatest country blues of all time using nylon string.
Originally Posted by Bobbycob
There's 3 reason why the Rolling Stones are better. I'm going to list them here. 1. Jimi Hendrix from Rolling Stones was a better guitarist then Jimmy Page 2. The bassist from Rolling Stones isn't dead 3. Rolling Stobes wrote Stairway to Heaven and The Ocean so we all know they are superior here.