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Kossoff

(ˈkɒsɒf)
n
(Biography) Leon. born 1926, British painter, esp of London scenes
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Bonamassa has always paid tribute to a clutch of players from the "British bluesboom" of the mid to late 1960s - Clapton, Green, Beck, Page and Free's Paul Kossoff are all high on that list - plus the Irishmen Rory Gallagher and Gary Moore.
Bonamassa has always paid tribute to a clutch of players from the "British blues-boom" of the mid to late 1960s -- Clapton, Green, Beck, Page and Free's Paul Kossoff are all high on that list -- plus the Irishmen Rory Gallagher and Gary Moore.
Looking at other great guitars there is Mick Bolton from UFO, Robin Trower from the RT Band Paul Kossoff from Free on bass.
Other pictures, from top left, clockwise: Marc Bolan; Spencer Davis Group; Roger Daltrey of The Who; Paul Kossoff of Free; Cleo Laine and Johnny Dankworth; John Mayall and Joe Cocker
Traditional Blues themes and motivations run right through Bonamassa's veins, yet the New Yorker is equally influenced by some of the great British rock guitarists of the '60s and '70s, like Free's Paul Kossoff, Jeff Beck and Led Zeppelin's Jimmy Page.
Moved to London from New York to form Back Street Crawler with Paul Kossoff in 1975.
Back in time, I would have loved to have played with Paul Kossoff (the Free guitarist who died the year before Bonamassa was born) but, of the living guitarists, generally, I have either shaken their hands or played with them.
Free's lead guitarist Paul Kossoff died from a drug-induced heart failure at the age of 25 in 1976.
My heroes were guys like Paul Kossoff, Peter Green and Eric Clapton," says the prodigious musician, who first picked up a guitar aged four and got his big break playing with BB King, when just 12 years old.
PAUL KOSSOFF Blue Soul (T B ) FOR a few years in the mid 60s Britain was responsible for producing the finest crop of rock guitarists ever with Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck, Peter Green, Jimmy Page, Richie Blackmore, Tony Iommi, and Mick Taylor to name but a few.