Chewing the Gristle with Greg Koch

Andy Aledort

February 04, 2021 Greg Koch / Andy Aledort Season 2 Episode 3
Chewing the Gristle with Greg Koch
Andy Aledort
Chapters
1:55
Jimi Hendrix relics, owned by the good Sir Andy Aledort himself.
7:03
Monterey, California - the legendary jazz fest, the beauty of the town, and an exciting road trip to check out the stage of heroes.
12:57
Some good ol’ (likely-never-been-heard-before) Who stories. Who? The Who!
17:10
Hendrix, Greg’s love and obsession, Andy’s shared fanaticism, the bad-ass-ery of Cream, and the esoteric draw of guitar playing.
34:16
Andy’s evolution on the guitar, how art was always a strong influence in his life, and the way music takes each of us in different directions
53:41
The greatness of Stevie Ray Vaughn.
1:18:44
A story about opening for Mick Taylor
Chewing the Gristle with Greg Koch
Andy Aledort
Feb 04, 2021 Season 2 Episode 3
Greg Koch / Andy Aledort

One of the most lauded guitar instructors and authors in history, Andy literally has hundreds of books and videos to his name. You may also find him playing slide guitar in the Dickie Betts band, collaborating with Double Trouble, contributing to the Experience Hendrix tours, or fronting his various solo projects. Greg raps with the frequent Guitar World contributor about Hendrix, the Who, Cream, SRV, Mick Taylor, and all things guitar!

1:55 - Jimi Hendrix relics, owned by the good Sir Andy Aledort himself.
7:03 - Monterey, California - the legendary jazz fest, the beauty of the town, and an exciting road trip to check out the stage of heroes.
12:57 - Some good ol’ (likely-never-been-heard-before) Who stories.  Who?  The Who!
17:10 - Hendrix, Greg’s love and obsession, Andy’s shared fanaticism, the bad-ass-ery of Cream, and the esoteric draw of guitar playing.
34:16 - Andy’s evolution on the guitar, how art was always a strong influence in his life, and the way music takes each of us in different directions
53:41 - The greatness of Stevie Ray Vaughn.
78:44 - A story about opening for Mick Taylor.

Total Length: 89:30


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One of the world’s premier retailers of exceptional electric and acoustic guitars.

Show Notes Chapter Markers

One of the most lauded guitar instructors and authors in history, Andy literally has hundreds of books and videos to his name. You may also find him playing slide guitar in the Dickie Betts band, collaborating with Double Trouble, contributing to the Experience Hendrix tours, or fronting his various solo projects. Greg raps with the frequent Guitar World contributor about Hendrix, the Who, Cream, SRV, Mick Taylor, and all things guitar!

1:55 - Jimi Hendrix relics, owned by the good Sir Andy Aledort himself.
7:03 - Monterey, California - the legendary jazz fest, the beauty of the town, and an exciting road trip to check out the stage of heroes.
12:57 - Some good ol’ (likely-never-been-heard-before) Who stories.  Who?  The Who!
17:10 - Hendrix, Greg’s love and obsession, Andy’s shared fanaticism, the bad-ass-ery of Cream, and the esoteric draw of guitar playing.
34:16 - Andy’s evolution on the guitar, how art was always a strong influence in his life, and the way music takes each of us in different directions
53:41 - The greatness of Stevie Ray Vaughn.
78:44 - A story about opening for Mick Taylor.

Total Length: 89:30


Fishman
Dedicated to helping musicians achieve the truest sound possible whenever they plug-in.

Wildwood Guitars
One of the world’s premier retailers of exceptional electric and acoustic guitars.

Jimi Hendrix relics, owned by the good Sir Andy Aledort himself.
Monterey, California - the legendary jazz fest, the beauty of the town, and an exciting road trip to check out the stage of heroes.
Some good ol’ (likely-never-been-heard-before) Who stories. Who? The Who!
Hendrix, Greg’s love and obsession, Andy’s shared fanaticism, the bad-ass-ery of Cream, and the esoteric draw of guitar playing.
Andy’s evolution on the guitar, how art was always a strong influence in his life, and the way music takes each of us in different directions
The greatness of Stevie Ray Vaughn.
A story about opening for Mick Taylor