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Unread 08-03-2006, 12:26 AM   #76
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Johnny Cash not so much his skill that inspires me but his whole attitude about life --how you can just feel it in his music. I guess the very first guitarists who made me want to play would be SRV(the very first song I heard from him was Voodoo Chile) and Edge.

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Unread 08-03-2006, 01:07 AM   #77
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Johnny Cash not so much his skill that inspires me but his whole attitude about life --how you can just feel it in his music. I guess the very first guitarists who made me want to play would be SRV(the very first song I heard from him was Voodoo Chile) and Edge.
Or do you mean Voodoo Child?? oh-uh -seriously-SRV has been a huge inspiration to so many people-Everytime I play blues-I try to play like stevie-no I don't sound like Stevie but just trying helps develop my own special blues tone-
Outside of blues tho-Santana-yeah I know it's lame but the guy has a niche and I want to play like that too-anytime someone makes me get up and play-well that's my inspiration for the moment
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Unread 08-03-2006, 03:43 AM   #78
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Johnny Cash..well I think he was good...not as good as Jimi Hendrix of xourse, but not bad...I like the film with reese witherspoon : walk the line

did somenone see that film? ( I`m sorry if I say something wrong..I`m new here....
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Johnny Cash..well I think he was good...not as good as Jimi Hendrix of xourse, but not bad...I like the film with reese witherspoon : walk the line

did somenone see that film? ( I`m sorry if I say something wrong..I`m new here....
First, welcome to the boards.

Second, don't worry about saying something wrong . . . at least, not yet.

Third, Walk the Line, excellent film.

Fourth, Johnny Cash was/is a true Music Legend. While his prowess as a guitarist may not have been in the same league, or perhaps "category", with Jimi Hendrix, he was every bit on par with Hendrix as a songwriter.

In fact, I think the biggest takehome from Cash was his phenomenal songwritting. That's the true lesson to be learned there.

Incidentally, who here knew that Cash covered a Nine Inch Nails song?

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Unread 08-03-2006, 06:58 AM   #80
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ok, i won`t mind another time by saying something wrong^^ thanks :P
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Johnny cash also has a part on a 80's-early 90's metal band (that wasnt very good) called One Bad Pig. I forget the album and song, but I had the CD, and one day...they were being interviewed on a local christian rock station.

They talked all about how they just happen to see him @ the studio, and asked if he would just say "Hello everybody, I'm Johnny Cash" to start the song, and he did...and I believe he said a few more words later.
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Ooooh...I found it!

From : http://www.onebadpig.com/Bios/bios.html

Honorary Members - This is the list of people that have filled in to help the band at one time or another, mostly when we played live.



Johnny Cash - sang a duet with Kosher on our cover of Cash's "Man in Black"from the 1991 album "I Scream Sunday". This song also appears on the "best of" 1994 album "The Quintessential One Bad Pig vol. 1"
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Or do you mean Voodoo Child??
No, Chile. Hendrix did Child I believe.
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No, Chile. Hendrix did Child I believe.
There was a "Voodoo Chile" and a "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)", both by Hendrix.

SRV's version was "Voodoo Chile (Slight Return)". I don't know if the mis-spelling was intentional or not.
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johnny cash and his badn weren't that good at all. I mean, they wrote some good music, adn they had talent for music writing, but they honestly weren't that good. But that didn't really amtter for the type of music they played. I don't know if that makes any sense.
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johnny cash and his badn weren't that good at all. I mean, they wrote some good music, adn they had talent for music writing, but they honestly weren't that good. But that didn't really amtter for the type of music they played. I don't know if that makes any sense.
Define "good".
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No, Chile. Hendrix did Child I believe.
Shoot-that was Jimi-my bad-it's kinda the same way when I get Novacaine (Bon Jovi) and Cocaine (Clapton) mixd up-
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