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  1. Plays Well with Others is a studio album by American guitarist Greg Koch. Released in 2013. Several accomplished and well known musicians performed on this album with Greg Koch. Release and reception. This album including guitarists: Joe Bonamassa Robben Ford, Paul Barrère. Roscoe Beck was featured on bass and Jon Cleary on piano. [1]

  2. Greg Koch, Joe Bonamassa, Paul Barrere, Robben Ford. Plays Well With Others is a studio album by American guitarist Greg Koch. Released in 2013. Several accomplished and well known musicians performed on this album with Greg Koch. Tracks. 1 Simone (Greg Koch; John Sieger) 03:52. 2 Walk Before You Crawl (Greg Koch; John Sieger) 06:23.

  3. Tracklist. Credits. Acoustic Guitar, Vocals – John Sieger. Bass – Eric Hervey, Roscoe Beck ( tracks: 2,5,6) Drums – Brannen Temple ( tracks: 2,5,6), Dylan Koch. Electric Guitar – Joe Bonamassa ( tracks: 1), Paul Barreré * ( tracks: 4,7,9,10), Robben Ford ( tracks: 2,5,6) Electric Guitar, Slide Guitar – Greg Koch.

  4. 5 de jul. de 2013 · Plays Well With Others. Greg Koch Band. Rock · 2013. Preview. Simone (feat. Joe Bonamassa) 1. 3:52. Walk Before You Crawl (feat. Robben Ford, Roscoe Beck & Brannen Temple) 2. 6:23. Spanish Wine (feat. Jon Cleary) 3. 6:10. This Whole Town Has a Broken Heart (feat. Paul Barreré) 4. 3:40. Sho Nuff (feat. Robben Ford, Roscoe Beck & Brannen Temple) 5:02

  5. 10 de sept. de 2021 · Listen to Plays Well with Others by Greg Koch on Apple Music. Stream songs including "Simone (feat. Joe Bonamassa)", "Walk Before You Crawl (feat. Robben Ford, Roscoe Beck & Brannen Temple)" and more.

  6. Another bona fide guitar star, renowned jazz-blues six-stringer and former Miles Davis sideman Robben Ford, makes his first appearance on the earthy, slow grooving “Walk Before You Crawl” alongside organist Theo Merriweather and the rhythm tandem of bassist Roscoe Beck and drummer Brannen Temple.

  7. 11 de jun. de 2013 · Jazz-bopper Robben Ford adds his unique, sophisticated lines on three cuts, including the strongest track on the album, “Walk Before You Crawl.” This album finally shows Koch in his most accessible context, as part of a rock-solid blues band.