Sunday, September 03, 2006

The Phil Keaggy Podcast - September edition

This morning, quite early, I listened to the Phil Keaggy podcast and I really enjoyed it. The September edition of the podcast is Phil giving a tour of his guitar playing over the years. Clocking in at over 50 minutes, Phil plays 60 second snippets of guitar solos from almost every year since 1966. While the podcast is heavy on electric playing (almost but not quite) ignoring the acoustic playing that has been his signature for the past ten years, it is just a lot of fun and makes for great listening.

If you're a fan this one is a no-brainer. If you're unfamiliar with his playing this is a way to give it a listen. It's free!

(I review a recent album here.)

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

directs 'bob robert'(see the beatles album revolver and lennon's lyric in 'dr.robert')to the soundtrack to the 2005 film: HUSTLE AND FLOW--- there's even a song by al green called 'jesus is waiting' but i prefer the edgey: "It's hard out here for a pimp"

the barkeep at Fagan's Restaurant!