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    Default I'm a musician from Spain

    Hi there! I'm Spanish. I've just found your forum. I'm a blues musician and I'd like to exchange music and musical views with the other forumites. I hope to be a regular. Cheers!

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    Fifth Beatle gryphon's Avatar
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    South Netherlands

    Default Welcome!

    Welcome to MD! Do you play Spanish guitar ?
    Nice to be able to go back to trust and friendship!!!!!!!!!

    It's a mixed up sensation this being alive
    Oh! it wears a man down into the ground
    It's the strangest elation
    I can't describe it
    Oh it leaves a man weary
    It makes a man frown.
    .............................Chris Simpson ( "Mixed Up Sensations" 1975 Martin's Cafe )

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    Grumpy Old Man Music Head's Avatar
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    Welcome to the forum.

    We hope you're a regular too.
    A man only learns in two ways, one by reading, and the other by association with smarter people.
    Will Rogers

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    Serial Under Achiever Tiggi's Avatar
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    Hi Quique, & welcome to MD.

    Are your tastes restricted to Blues mainly, or do you like others stuff ??

    Hope you enjoy the site...

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    I thank you all for the welcome. Tiggi, I like any type of music as long as it's "good" (blues, jazz, R&B, flamenco, chill-out, pop, younameit...). But so far I've only played blues with the several bands I've been with. I'm looking forward to tackling more challenging styles though. Cheers!

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    Roadie Jardine's Avatar
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    I love the blues, i don't know what it is but a good blues man can make a guitar talk in more ways than any shredder.

    Have you ever heard Davy Knowles and Back Door Slam? if you haven't check them out. The latest album has it all.

    who are some of the rising stars over there in Europe?

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    Jardine, thanks for your post. There aren't "rising stars" as far as blues is concerned over here (not since Eric Clapton, John Mayall and Fleetwood Mac ) Seriously, there are many followers but it's not a mainstream type of music. Unfortunately, my American friends tell me that the situation for the blues in the U.S. is even worse!

    Thanks for your recommendations. I'm gonna take a look right now! Cheers

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    If you're looking for challenging styles try some bulerias from Paco de Lucia if you've already tackled flamenco. Otherwise flamenco in general should be tough enough on your hands :P

    Wait...I'm assuming you play the guitar ?

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