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Subject: RE: RE: RE: RE: RE: Sitar masters
Date: Tuesday, July 04, 2017
Time: 12:07:24 PM
Remote Address: 184.108.40.206
Message ID: 309546
Parent ID: 309539
Thread ID: 309528
When I used the word "master" I didn't mean in the sense that you are talking about, and no, in using the word in that true meaning, BJ didn't master it or many of the instruments he played (the sax might have been it for him). His problem with most instruments was that he learned how to play them real fast and then got bored with them and in many cases he never played them again as he just kept moving on to new ones to learn how to play. With the sitar, he didn't grow tired of it and he did keep playing it to where he was real good at it, but not to where he was a true master of it either, as he died only 2 or 3 years after he learned how to play it. Yet in a way you could say he was a master in how he handled the instruments, even if he wasn't a true master yet. Again, it depends how you use the word. Harrison wasn't a master when he played NW, but in time - years on down the road, I do think he became a master at it; he had the best teachers after all and he became real good at it.
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