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Robben Ford

Robben Ford (born December 16, 1951) is a jazz and rock guitarist.

He took guitar lessons at age 13 in 1965 and bought his first guitar at age 19 in 1970.

He released his first album in 1972 called Discovering the Blues[?]; Schizophonic[?] (1976) and his best album The Inside Story[?] (1979) which was certifided gold in 1980 when Jeff Beck released There and Back[?].

In 4-years later, he released Words and Music[?] in 1983 and next was the self-titled album[?] in 1986 when Joe Satriani released Not of this Earth[?] and Surfing With the Alien[?] in 1987.

He released his next album called Talk to Your Daughter[?] in 1988 which was certifided gold in 1989 when Joe Satriani released Flying in a Blue Dream[?].


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