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The greatest rockabilly guitarist alive rips it up on an original tune driven by some old-school sampling, using living, breathing musicians instead of machines.
“I stole DJ Fontana’s drum solo on the Elvis version of My Baby Left Me,” confesses Brian. “I made it the beat of the song.”
Like much of the record, Pickpocket features Brian’s ‘Tribute’ Gretsch 6120 guitar and his beloved ’63 Fender Bassman amps.
“The ’63 doesn’t have the rectifier tube, it has the solid-state rectifier,” he explains. “It’s just a tighter sounding amp. I guess I’ve got about a dozen of them now!”