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    • SlipClips was good last night, you guys 💃
    • Hello friends! We are back with some sound treats and sick beats! First up is our ode to Ottawa's rich football tradition, a look back at our youthful indiscretions and a grim portrait of where we stand today. Enjoy! Union Of Authority - Ottawa Rriders
    • Jack White from SNL on October 10th, playing an Eddie-designed guitar, and doing a tribute tapping. Killer performance:    
    • In case you missed Jack White's white hot performances on SNL from October 10th. The heavy blues medley is as great as it gets (complete with a brief reworking of Blind Willie Johnson's "Jesus is Coming Soon"):   
    • BTW, Todd, i also enjoyed reading your post.   Once thing I was surprised about Eddie's passing was the praise from Ozzy Osborne.  Ozzie chose Randy Rhoads to join his band to emulate Eddie's playing and 2 hand tapping style.   His guitar playing was responsible for reinventing Ozzy with hits like Crazy Train & Mr Crowley.  Randy was planning on leaving the band to pursue other avenues and was asked to stay on for another tour.   And on that tour Randy died in a plane crash.  To me it seemed to be insensitive to Randy to dismiss Randy as a copy-cat.   “That thing with finger-tapping in the 80s, with the hair bands, everybody was doing that finger tapping. Once you’ve seen the master do it, everyone else comes second. Anybody after Eddie Van Halen was in second, as far as I’m concerned.”   https://www.nme.com/en_asia/news/music/ozzy-osbourne-pays-tribute-to-eddie-van-halen-2775671   Eddie Van Halen said in an interview in 1982  that 'Randy Rhoads Learned It All From Me' - this suggest to me there was rivalry between the guitarists. 
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