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Re: About Bill "the Buddha" Dickens


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Posted by Blisshead on February 26, 2001 at 07:57:36:

In Reply to: About Bill "the Buddha" Dickens posted by Dave Wood on February 26, 2001 at 05:52:37:

: What albums would you recommend by him?
: Where can I find the albums/videos online?
: He should be the master of the 7-string (and 9-string) and I'd like to find out more about him.

He sells videos from his website, I think. The album I would recommend is Snap Crackle and Pop, bobby Rock and Neil Zaza featuring Bill the Buddha Dickens, you can buy it at CDnow or Amazon. www.billthevuddhadickens.com has some really cool real player files, check out the one called chordal improv. I had heard about this guy but had not been able to find anything he played, his website wasn't up yet so I had no discography to look at. We began to joke that maybe "the buddha" was really a metaphor for the bassist in all of us etc. www.conklinguitars has a bit about him as well. -B


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