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What influences do you hear in Big B\'s music?

Started by fdsman, February 22, 2010, 06:07:17 pm

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fdsman

February 22, 2010, 06:07:17 pm Last Edit: February 22, 2010, 06:09:39 pm by fdsman
I\'ve heard Black sabbath, Pink floyd, Jimi hendrix, a bit of led, and for some reason, michael hedges <---especially in SBTS and of course the obvious pebber brown and his other teachers, plus of course his own style.
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February 22, 2010, 11:30:16 pm #2 Last Edit: February 23, 2010, 12:40:32 am by Slaw_Slinger
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noodles

February 23, 2010, 12:03:49 am #3 Last Edit: February 23, 2010, 12:04:13 am by noodles
the soundtracks of cemeteries ......... rrrrrr ..... rrr? .... ribbet?

robots! that\'s what you can expect.

stumpdangler

Oh, I\'d say definitely Dinipdidland by that guy Walt and MJ  and MJ and Johnny Sokko and his flying robot and and and perhaps Eddie Hazel and and and his disembodied buddies?

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beau810

Eddie Hazel, Shawn Lane, and any one of the popular shredders, horror movie soundtracks, John Carpenter, Albert and friends

TCM, monsters, monster robots, toys, amusement parks, Walt Dismay, basketball, slaughter houses, his stomach ulcers, chickens, tall shapely women, masks, super powers, kung fu, children, Joseph Merrick, the unexplained,

What I hear the most is his love for his family... and most importantly God.
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NotAHickInIndy

Most importantly God?, i\'m not touching that one, but there are similarities to Paul Gilbert, so he might have been an influence.
"You just have to take pleasure in killing" - Buckethead (final line when asked if he had any advice- Young Buckethead)

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beau810

Underwater cemetaries and peices

At one time people thought he was Paul Gilbert

I would have to say that God is important to Buckethead because he was raised that way.  I can hear it.  Theres too much emotion in his work for me not to hear that influence.
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NotAHickInIndy

I think emotion in music can be interpreted in many different ways (particualy when it\'s instrumental), but I guess I can see "God" as a good possibility.
"You just have to take pleasure in killing" - Buckethead (final line when asked if he had any advice- Young Buckethead)

Slunk_Lord

Disney
The souls of thousands of chickens
Herbie
Bruce Lee
Leatherface
Funky beats
Paul Gilbert
The Sonic Arts
The killswitch
Shawn Lane
Godzilla
Gigan
The slaughterhouse
Bent circuitry
Colma
Aunt Suzie
His mom and dad
Johnny Sokko and his Giant Robot
Basketball
Baseball
Slunks
Headcheese
Pirates
Happiness
A wandering soul, looking for the answer.
Let your inspirations flow into whatever you do.

BelieveIntheBucket

hendrix, p funk, shawn lane, dimebag, paul gilbert, martial arts movies, horror movies, yngwie. those are just a few obvious ones. most of them are pretty obvious through his songs titles and covers he has done. and tributes he has done

BelieveIntheBucket

yeh. re: the god thing. when im listening to TCCoH or IoLM im not thinking \'hmm... this sounds like it was influenced by god..\' im more thinking \'buckethead is psycho\'

ella_mental

As a joke, I was thinking about saying that Buckethead\'s music is the work of the devil, but then I thought I better not because someone will take me seriously and get all up in arms about it.

Chainsaws and sheet metal.