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    I WANA KNOW HOW MANY PEEPS LIKE EDDIE USING KEYBOARDS AND HOW MANY DONT AND WHY [img]graemlins/thumb.gif[/img]

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    The man is great on the keys, but I still prefer his guitar playing. I especially liked what he did early on with running his keyboard through Marshalls and so on... That was pretty damn innovative. [img]graemlins/thumb.gif[/img]

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    i don't know about innovative...i'm pretty sure Keith Emerson, Jon Lord, and Rick Wakeman, among others, did the Moog through a Marshall thing long before Ed did it...
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    Originally posted by twonabomber:
    i don't know about innovative...i'm pretty sure Keith Emerson, Jon Lord, and Rick Wakeman, among others, did the Moog through a Marshall thing long before Ed did it...
    Try a Wurlitzer through a Marshall, and altough written on guitar, I don't think anyone's done anything just like And the Cradle Will Rock.

    Honestly, I love his keyboard work. Alot of people look at Jump as a pop tune, and I don't really see it that way. To me that song is very heavy with lots of power, and I'll probably never get tired of listening to it.

    Why Can't this be love, Feels So Good, and the list goes on and on. I thought his program and lines for Why Can't this be Love were pretty innovative...no question, Two Thumbs up for Eddie jammin a little ebony and ivory...
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