Interview Date: June 7, 2012 @ 7pm EDT
Special Guest: Earl Slick - is one of the most in-demand and top guitarists living today; the "who's who" in music ask for him by name, and you should know him too. You might have come across him for playing on albums like "Young Americans," " Station to Station," and "Reality" for David Bowie or for playing on "Double Fantasy," "Season of Glass," and "Milk and Honey" for John Lennon and Yoko Ono. He has multiple side projects like Phantom, Rocker and Slick, New York Dolls, Ian Hunter, Robert Smith, plus 8 solo albums under his belt and much, much more. In this podcast we talk about all the musicians in the studio during John Lennon's "Double Fantasy" album, Milk and Honey, what the mood was like in the studio with Phil Spector and Yoko Ono, what some of the David Bowie tours were like and much more.
A little tribute to the favourite tools of some of the greatest players
Jimi Hendrix and the Fender Stratocaster
He played it left-handed, flipping a standard model over to accommodate.
You should know this by now.