SLIDE PERFORMANCE > Bob Brozman - 'Rattlesnake Blues' with extra bite !
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Eric Johnson - Eric's slide tips.
Mississippi Fred McDowell - Ace !
Joe Bonamassa - Joe's influences.
Ry Cooder - 'Vigilante Man' live.
Bukka White - powerful stuff.
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Jack White - makes a Diddley Bow
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Seasick Steve - Trance Wonder
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Bob Brozman - National hero
Dave Hole - Unique technique
Lonnie Pitchford - on Diddley Bow
Will Ray - Stealth Slide maestro
Jerry Douglas - Dobro meister
Jeff Lang - Powerful performer
Xavier Rudd - Balcony lap steel
Kelly Joe Phelps - on Resonator
Rory Block - At the Crossroads
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Bob Brozman
(born March 8, 1954, New York, United States) is an American guitarist and ethnomusicologist.

Bob has performed in a number of styles such as Gypsy jazz, calypso, Blues, ragtime, Hawaiian and Caribbean music. Brozman has also collaborated with musicians from diverse cultural backgrounds such as India, Africa, Japan, Papua New Guinea and Reunion Island. He has been called "an instrumental wizard" and "a walking archive of 20th Century American music." Brozman maintains a steady schedule throughout the year, touring constantly throughout North America, Europe, Australia, Asia, and Africa.
Bob has recorded numerous albums and has won the Guitar Player Readers' Poll three times in the best blues, best world and best slide guitarist categories. In 1999, Brozman and Woody Mann founded International Guitar Seminars, which hosts over 120 students annually at sites in California, New York, and Canada. From 2000 to 2005 his collaborations have landed in the European Top 10 for World Music five times.
Bob Brozman is well known for his use of National resonator instruments from the 1920s and 1930s, as well as National Resophonic resonator instruments. He also uses Weissenborn style hollow neck acoustic steel guitars. Among his National instruments is a baritone version of the tricone guitar, which was designed in conjunction with him in the mid to late 1990s. This instrument is now part of National's actual range of products.
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