Roy Buchanan. Lonely Nights – Live From My Fathers Place, Roslyn, NY, 27th September 1977 (CD)

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Leroy "the man who tumbled the Stones down" Buchanan (1939-1988) was a virtuoso master of the Fender Telecaster; namely a '53 model 2324 nicknamed 'Nancy'. Feted by the Stones, Lennon, Robbie Robertson & Jeff Beck for his unique tone and 'pinch' harmonic styling's that adorned his albums for Polydor and Atlantic during the 70's.

Lonely Nights - Live From My Fathers Place, Roslyn, NY, 27th September 1977 (CD)

Captured and broadcast by WLIR-FM at the time of his gold studio album "Loading Zone", hear why Rolling Stone ranked him #57 on a list of the "100 greatest guitarists of all time".He was found hanged by his own shirt in a prison cell on August 14th 1988 in the Fairfax County Jail. U.S.FM Radio Broadcast

  1. I’m a Ram
  2. Honky Tonk
  3. Since You’ve Been Gone
  4. Further On Up the Road
  5. Delta Woman
  6. Slow Down
  7. I’m Evil
  8. Lonely Nights
  9. Green Onions
  10. The Messiah Will Come Again
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