Like a lot of Beatles songs, "Sour Milk Sea" was recorded—in the Sixties—at Abbey Road Studios in London. Also like a lot of Beatles songs, it was written by George Harrison and features Harrison on lead guitar, Paul McCartney on bass and Ringo Starr on drums.
"I remember hearing 'Hey Jude' by Wilson Pickett and calling either Ahmet Ertegun or Tom Dowd and saying, 'Who's that guitar player?'" says Eric Clapton in the top video below. It turns out the guitar player was a 22-year-old Duane Allman, aka "Skydog."
Today, GuitarWorld.com presents the exclusive premiere of "Almost Gone," a new song by Walter Trout. The track is from Trout's new album, Battle Scars, which will be released worldwide October 23 by Mascot Label Group’s Provogue Records. The new disc chronicles Trout's recent struggle with liver failure and his subsequent recovery.
From working with Steve Vai, David Lee Roth, Paul Gilbert, to sharing the bill with Yngwie Malmsteen, Billy Sheehan has some amazing stories to tell. With that in mind, No Guitar is Safe, invited Sheehan to be a guest on the most recent episode of their weekly podcast.