Meşhur Solak Gitaristler- Famous Left Handed Guitarists

Jimi Hendrix Jimi Hendrix pioneered the explosive possibilities of the electric guitar. Hendrix's innovative style of combining fuzz, feedback and controlled distortion created a new musical form. Because he was unable to read or write music, it is nothing short of remarkable that Jimi Hendrix's meteoric rise in the music took place in just four short years. His musical language continues to influence a host of modern musicians.
Paul McCartney Played Bass for 'the Beatles' in the 60's. Generally considered the greatest pop composer of all time, along with fellow Beatle composer John Lennon. In the Guinness Book of Word Records for most records sold, most #1's (shared) and largest paid audience for a concert (350,000 people 1989 in Brazil). After 'the Beatles' formed Wings, one of the most commercially successful groups of the '70's. Solo carreer in post 70's has been sporadic in both commercial and artistic terms.
Bobby Womack He was born in Cleveland in 1944. Bobby and his brothers sang several memorable songs including his composition "It's All Over Now" which they recorded as The Valentinos for Sam Cooke's label, SAR. When the group who had begun as a gospel unit broke up, Bobby started out on a solo career. When he went down to Memphis to cut an album with Chips Moman, he met Wilson Pickett for whom he wrote "I'm A Midnight Mover". Bobby played guitar on Wilson's dates and began playing on many other sessions for artists such as Jerry Butler, Aretha Franklin, Dionne Warwick and Joe Tex. Bobby became a major soul recording artist of the 1970's, influencing folks such as Rod Stewart and The Stones.
Kurt Cobain Kurt Donald Cobain was the leader of Nirvana, the multi-platinum grunge band that redefined the sound of the nineties. He was introduced to music at a very young age, by his aunt. At seven years of age his parents divorced and he was forced to look at the world in a different light. He spent time under a bridge here he would spend the time alone writting his first lyrics. At the age of 15 Nirvana was born. However at the age of just 27 he killed himself after the presure became too much.
Tony Iommi As founding member of Black Sabbath and architect of such classic riffs as Black Sabbath, Paranoid, War Pigs, Iron Man and Sabbath Bloody Sabbath, Tony Iommi was - and is - the acknowledged progenitor of heavy rock guitar. His unique style and much copied sound have had a profound influence on succeeding generations of guitarists, and many of the leading bands of today owe more than a passing allegiance to the Black Sabbath sound as defined by Tony Iommi
Bob Geldof Bob Geldof was the leader of the successful punk group the Boomtown Rats. Inspired by a documentary on starving Ethiopian children, Geldof contacted music personalities from the U.K. and the U.S. to make a recording, "Do They Know It's Christmas," whose 80 million dollars in benefits were sent to Ethiopia. In 1985, he organized two enormous Live Aid concerts, again featuring some of the most popular acts in modern pop music, and donated the proceeds to charity. As a result, Geldof received a Nobel Peace Prize nomination. He was also knighted.

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