eduardoritoseduardoritos Posts: 3,633
edited December 1969 in Off topic/NON-DINO Music Area
I'm whit Ford's Handfull of Blues, and this band really rocks.

Do you like?


  • Indeed Robben Ford kicks butt. You'll get no argument from me.  The jazz fusion thing is when I get itchy to move on but that blues and blues/rock thing never gets old.  :clap1:
  • BaddstuffBaddstuff Posts: 1,305
    love that CD especially the instrumental track The Miller's Son. One of my favorite RF tracks. I like the way the whole guitar
    part is constructed and executed. Classic Robben. Robben Ford & The Blue Line from 1992 is also worth having, among others.
  • jebbuddajebbudda Posts: 5,030
    A breath of funky fresh air to the blooze box . :up:

    Highly RECOMMENDED !
  • inmyhandsinmyhands Posts: 11,653
    Robben probably uses his pinky finger more than any other guitarist I can think of. It's just part of his blues style. He also uses a lot of 1,3,5,6 and 1,3,5,6, flatted 7th progressions. I think B.B. originated this, but, Robben's really taken it into a full identity type of thing.
  • RoadRacerXRoadRacerX Posts: 845
    I remember hearing someone absolutely RIP at a NAMM show about 10 years ago.  I walked quickly over to where the music was coming from, and it was Robben Ford.  I've been a fan ever since.  :clap1:
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