They Played What, Where? Vol. 1, No. 1
Was at the Chinatown Chipotle before a screening of "Charlie Wilson's War" (which, by the way, doesn't have a single Gap Band tune on the soundtrack) when an unlikely song came on the restaurant's sound system: Richard Thompson's "1952 Vincent Black Lightning."
It's a magical tune, featuring some great lines and, of course, Thompson's incredible guitar work. (How does one guy finger-picking a single six-string manage to fire off a barrage of notes like that?) But it's not exactly the sort of thing one would expect to hear at a fast food joint serving San Francisco-style burritos. A very pleasant surprise, to say the least.
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