A Tribute to the King (2005 Video)
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December 2004- London's famous Abbey Road Studios plays host to a stellar line- up of legendary guitar gods, for a very special "one-of" tribute concert for Scotty Moore in honour of The King of Rock'n'Roll. While Eric Clapton rocked "That's Alright Mama" with Scotty, Mark Knopfler of Dire Straits invited Scotty for "Blue Moon". Scotty's favorite Elvis tune was sung by David Gilmour when he did his Pink Floydized version of "Don't". Rolling Stones past and present Bill Wyman and Ronnie Wood, Steve Gibbons, Mark Taylor, Albert Lee, Fairport Convention and many more.... agreed, Scotty Moore's guitar truly rocked the world.
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