Re: Sad Cafe - a must for Lukather fans
Posted by: nivjourney ()
Date: November 13, 2012 08:12AM

As much as it pains me to admit (we fell out a while ago), but yes... All I could think whilst watching him was "I don't really like you anymore, but you are so fucking good!"
Such a shame he's never done anything major since Sad Cafe, aside from stints with Chilliwack, Champion and Zahalan in Canada and Mike + The Mechanics tour in 1986. He also had alot to do with Michael Learns To Rock in Denmark.
Watching him play, and hearing that tone... made me think of someone like Lukather and how many billions of albums he's played on... Ash could well have done that once upon a time.
Niv

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