Earth Vs. No.47 on Gibson.com's Greatest Guitar Albums

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Earth Vs. No.47 on Gibson.com's Greatest Guitar Albums

Postby godofhaircare » 4th Aug 10, 08:50

http://www.gibson.com/en-us/Lifestyle/Features/top-50-guitar-albums-0726/

Recieved and email from Gibson.com about the Greatest Guitar Albums of All Time and i was pleasantly surprised to find Earth Vs in there.

After counting down from the 1 getting all the usual contenders Zep, Clapton, Hendrix etc... and then finding my personal favourite album of ALL TIME!!

It just shows how great an album it is..... :D
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Re: Earth Vs. No.47 on Gibson.com's Greatest Guitar Albums

Postby Dark Lord of Barnet » 4th Aug 10, 20:52

Amazing to hear it even mentioned in something from America! Hopefully that e-mail will inspire a few more people to check the band out...
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Re: Earth Vs. No.47 on Gibson.com's Greatest Guitar Albums

Postby WiredOut » 5th Aug 10, 14:17

I wonder that it could be that all of Ginger's recent work with prominent American musicians might be also raising the profile of his past work (plus there are the advantages that come with a more moderate, temperant attitude these days ;) ).
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Re: Earth Vs. No.47 on Gibson.com's Greatest Guitar Albums

Postby beerofthedark » 6th Aug 10, 11:47

WiredOut wrote:I wonder that it could be that all of Ginger's recent work with prominent American musicians might be also raising the profile of his past work (plus there are the advantages that come with a more moderate, temperant attitude these days ;) ).

temperant? An angry Formicidaen?

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Re: Earth Vs. No.47 on Gibson.com's Greatest Guitar Albums

Postby Assmask » 6th Aug 10, 17:53

beerofthedark wrote:
WiredOut wrote:I wonder that it could be that all of Ginger's recent work with prominent American musicians might be also raising the profile of his past work (plus there are the advantages that come with a more moderate, temperant attitude these days ;) ).

temperant? An angry Formicidaen?

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Re: Earth Vs. No.47 on Gibson.com's Greatest Guitar Albums

Postby beerofthedark » 9th Aug 10, 08:38

Assmask wrote:
beerofthedark wrote:
WiredOut wrote:I wonder that it could be that all of Ginger's recent work with prominent American musicians might be also raising the profile of his past work (plus there are the advantages that come with a more moderate, temperant attitude these days ;) ).

temperant? An angry Formicidaen?

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