Rob Mackenzie - "Misirlou"

[postlink][/postlink] [starttext]Rob Mackenzie plays "Misirlou" as a tribute to legendary surf guitarist Dick Dale.After releasing 2 albums with his group, Mackenzie Theory,Rob Mackenzie in Melbourne in 1973 and '74, Rob left Australia with his guitar and has lived and played in London, France, NY, and for the past 20 years L.A. [endtext]


Anonymous said...

That was a little 1996 living room jam with Rob, his brother John on drums, nephew Will on rhythm guitar (Will had been playing one year)and nephew Dave on Bass (Dave had been playing music for literally 4 days). It was recorded on a cheap cassette recorder with the cassettes inbuilt mic. Considering all that, it sounds good, but it isn't a "record" nor a tribute to anyone, just an easy tune to play with beginner nephews.

Rob was visiting Australia for a few days and used his gibson, instead of the strat he'd have used if back in Los Angeles.