In this interview guitarist, Frank Sampedro discusses what it is like to work with Neil Young. Guitarist Sampedro, along with bassist Billy Talbot and drummer Ralph Molina have played with Neil Young sporadically for over four decades. Despite the frequent breaks in playing together as well as a general lack of rehearsing, this group of musicians is often able to pick up right where they left off with a sound that is appreciated by fans.
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Horse for Hire: Frank “Poncho” Sampedro on Playing with Neil Young – See more at: http://www.guitarplayer.com/article/horse-for-hire-frank-poncho-sampedro-on-playing-with-neil-young/152528#sthash.E6vlL5TF.dpuf
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Thanks, for this.
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