I got hooked on the part that starts about 0:38 into the video. Four chords (Dm, G, C, Am) with three notes in between. Of course,he's doing all kinds of things like bending a bit and then there's the "percussion" on the chord strumming.
@MeasurementBlues: "There's not much on them that you can't hear on classic rock radio or YouTube."
Ah, but to get the entire album "The Peaceful Side" by Billy Strayhorn I'll have to record it myself. YouTube only has one cut from that album, "Chelsea Bridge," and a cut of "Take The A Train" from a different album. "The Peaceful Side" is a good album to listen to by a roaring fire on cold night with a bottle of Tawny Port.
On the other hand, YouTube does have most all of Quicksilver Messenger Service and Iron Butterfly, but only one cut, "Cod'ine," from Charles Browning's 'Choirboy's Lament.' I have some other vinyl that doesn't seem to be on YouTube, or at least, incomplete (e. g., Pozo Seco - 'Shades of Time').