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Keith Ferguson: Texas Blues Bass (Englisch) Taschenbuch – August 2014

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Detlef Schmidt has been a guitar and bass collector ever since 1984. As a collector, he has a worldwide network of fellow collectors of early Fender Precision Basses. As a bass player, he is touring with bands in Europe.

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Dies ist ein Buch für Menschen, die sich noch an die erste T-Birds Scheibe erinnern können (d.h. eher etwas für ältere Semester). Die T-Birds prägten Anfang der 80er Jahre den neuen Sound aus Texas, der dann später in Gestalt von SRV die Blues-Welt eroberte. Und am Bass war Keith Ferguson, der einen ganz eigenen Stil spielte. Detlef Schmidt hat mit seinem Buch nicht nur eine wunderbare und ausführliche Biographie vorgelegt (alleine die Fotos sind schon das Geld wert) sondern auch die Anfänge des modernen Texas-Blues in aller Tiefe und Breite beleuchtet. Die Querverbindungen (z.B. zu ZZ Top, SRV oder Johnny Winter) werden klar, die ganze Szene, besonders in Austin wird beleuchtet und liebevoll gewürdigt.
Wirklich ein ganz besonderer Leckerbissen, nicht nur für Bassisten, sondern für alle Freunde des (Texas-) Blues.
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This Biographie about one of the great and most influential, but still unknown bassplayers of the blues. Keith Ferguson was a tragic figure and a hero at the same time. The book is a collection of memories by people who knew Keith Ferguson and since most people remember him as a fashion- and style-guru and that he would not drive cars, you will read this manier times. Some editing would have been great at that point. Another problem is that the german author does not give a summary of his experience of researching the book. Therefor he never judges Ferguson's addictions or explains why some crucial people didn't participate in this book.
Otherwise this collection is a great book on a great and lovely guy, who was always living on the verge of desaster. Many great pictures of Keith Ferguson, on and off stage make him come alive again. A lot of great information on his instruments and his playing and his attitude towards the music business but also people in general is provided. The whole book is full of love for this lost musical society of Austin/TX and one of its most important protagonists!
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Nach der im amerikanischen Eigenverlag erschienenen Biographie über den Gitarristen Billy Bauer ist die Keith Ferguson-Bio mit
das Beste,was ich an englischsprachigen Bios bisher gelesen habe(uns das ist fast alles,was erschienen ist).
Bill Milkowski,Author der Jaco-Bio,sollte ein Frei-Exemplar bekommen,damit er mal lesen kann,wie man eine Bio schreibt
(und Milkowski war mal einer meiner Lieblingsjournalisten im Guitar Player Magazine).
Großartige Intervies der Familie und Bandmitglieder,coole Fotos(Jimmie Vaughan mit langen Haaren),eine genaue Beschreibung
aller Bässe,die K.F. spielte,kurz-rundherum gelungen.
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HASH(0x97db2c84) von 5 Sternen with lots of great pictures, complete discography 21. September 2014
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Absolutely a must have for Texas Blues lovers let alone blues bass players! One of the key figures in the development of the Austin 80's Blues scene and roots rock with The Fabulous Thunderbirds and The Tailgators and many other bands before and after. His times with Johnny Winter, Stevie Ray and many others not so known. Narration based on interviews from many of his band partners and friends, with lots of great pictures, complete discography, sheets and tabs of his low-down and greasy Fender Precision bass lines. The best homage to Keith El Mero Guero Ferguson.

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HASH(0x97db3690) von 5 Sternen Reviews from an online bass players forum said it was a must buy an excellent book. Those reviews were not wrong 18. Oktober 2014
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I did not know what to expect from this book before I ordered it. Reviews from an online bass players forum said it was a must buy an excellent book. Those reviews were not wrong.

Detlef should be commended for putting this book together a complete story , life and times of the infamous Keith Ferguson. The book makes Keith larger than life which for many he was and showed me so much more about him than I ever knew.
Not only do we see the travels of Keith's life we get a complete education of the Austin and Texas blues scene. We learn how the Thunderbirds were formed , their success and failures along the way.
Keith crossed paths with some of the greatest blues and rock icons who ever lived.
Jiimmy Vaughans touching words on Keith starts this wonderful book off.
I learned allot and all of the interviews and fantastic photos Dellef put together here take you back to that place and time.

Keith was a strange and wonderful soul who effected everyone he came in contact with. Not only in the music he made but the spirit he left behind.
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Keith Ferguson is unusual in being a cult figure, but one with relatively little information available online. This book remedies that. I received this yesterday, and had was pleasantly surprised at the presentation, size, and detail within the book. There are interviews and stories from friends and musicians who played with over the years, such as many of the T-Birds (including the very candid and touching foreword by Jimmie Vaughan): Mike Buck, Fran Christina (who was both affectionate and blunt), and even Kim Wilson. I haven't got much further than that, but I'm looking forward to reading about the Tailgator years.

Obviously, the man was pretty much a style icon. The photos are great, many high quality prints from from his friends and family's private collections, plus a bunch of out-takes by Photographer/bus driver Billy Cross.

Really happy to have this book in my hands.
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HASH(0x97db3ac8) von 5 Sternen Best book of 2014! 6. November 2014
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This is a book beyond my wildest dreams. I've followed Keith Ferguson's career since early 1980 when I first saw him with The Fabulous Thunderbirds on their first tour of the UK. I've always believed without any shadow of a doubt that he was, and is one of the most underrated bass players of our generation. Thankfully, Detlef Schmidt has come to the rescue and changed that.

His book chronicles Ferguson's life from the cradle to his early demise with stories from his mother, Margaret, friends and fellow musicians along the way.

The photographs are superb as well as visually stunning, and you'll find yourself opening this book time and time again once you've read it just to have another peek. The letters and postcards he sent friends from all over the world are reproduced here and you get that close intimate feeling of who Keith Ferguson was as a person and a friend.

The section on his basses are fascinating to musicians of any instrument or musical genre alike, as the detail that Herr Schmidt includes is second to none. Being a bass player himself and the author of a previous book on early "Fender Precision Basses 1951 -1954", also on Centrestream Publishing, he leaves no stone unturned with his informative details and descriptions on all of Ferguson's various basses. Included also, for the budding and experienced bass player is bass tablature of some of his best recordings.

When people like Jimmie Vaughan and Billy Gibbons write a forward to a book, you know this is going to be something special, and it is. You'll hear of his life's journey from the famous and not so famous. The beginnings with his early bands in Houston and San Francisco, to his time in London with Johnny Winter, and the later years in Austin with The Fabulous Thunderbirds, The Tailgators, The LeRoi Brothers, Sold Senders, The Excellos and much more.

This flamboyant and charismatic creature of style is to bass players what Keith Richards is to guitar players. Whether it was his much copied early '50's pachuco style with the T-Birds and Tailgators or his later veterano style with the Solid Senders and The Excellos - Keith Ferguson was forever Mexican in spirit as in life, and always totally cool - think Johnny Depp!

So, whether you have a casual or invested interest in the blues, the bass guitar, or just like a great biography to read. You won't be disappointed, or find a better book this year for that matter. In fact this is MY book of the year. Thank you Detlef Schmidt!
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HASH(0x97db3c78) von 5 Sternen It gives a great, in depth look at the life of one ... 9. September 2014
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This book is a must have for anyone who's a blues lover or interested in the Austin culture. It gives a great, in depth look at the life of one of the coolest men who has ever lived. I strongly recommend it.
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