I had the pleasure of seeing Buckethead when he came here and it was the smallest, intimate, greatest show I've seen to date. It was literally just
him and some backing tracks. I found myself, jaw open, for a good 2 hours. I think there was maybe 30 people there. Kinda sad but that's also why it
You should check out some of his stuff released as Death Cube K (get it? anagram of Buckethead?) or some of his supergroup stuff along with Brian
Mantia, Bernie Worrell and Les Claypool (Colonel Claypool's Bucket of Bernie Brains).
It's a shame none of the material he recorded during his time in Guns n Roses in the late 90s has come out, I'd love to hear that.
Thanks, I will do that. I've already accumulated a 20 song playlist on Youtube. I ran across some live GnR performances in Rio. Not great quality,
but I must say, he looks a little like the mask he wears now.
But I was always told "Zoom with your feet" Hard to do in a concert venue...But I must say the audio quality os more than acceptable...the intro
was cool too...
I've turned into a buckethead fan...didn't take long at all.
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