Electro wrote:Robin Trower - Bridge of Sighs :rockout: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EQWViLNI2yE
Robin Trower - Bridge of Sighs :rockout:
Have you heard this 2005 version of Daydream?
Electro wrote:Robin Trower - Bridge of Sighs :rockout: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EQWViLNI2yE Good call. Have you heard this 2005 version of Daydream?
I have now :rockout: Another one on the 'to buy' list :grin:
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Rush/Hemispheres/La Villa Strangiato: basically the whole song. For me it shows that Alex Lifeson is one of rock's most underappreciated guitar players.
OSI/Blood/Stockholm: starting at 4:50. best riff ever heard.
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Pure emotion !
Joe Bonamassa - Intro to
Mountain Time/India at the Royal Albert Hall . Love it!
Steve Osman -
John Squire (Stone Roses) - Take your pick from 'Second Coming'
Steve Hackett - Firth of Fifth (Genesis)
I don't like Franz Ferdinand. They're just a mediocre modern rock/pop band but this one song of theirs has a really catchy guitar riff in the middle which is great. Listen to the bit from 0.46 - 1.13
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memo to WHF whycna't we have auto spellchuck check?
It's a long way to the top (ACDC in case ya didn't know Jack)
All Right Now - now if anyone really knows how Kossof played this on any day of the week, well hey! And no, he doesn't use the pinky.
and the whole of Highway to Hell (album that is not just song).
I'm amazed that nobody has mentioned Hendrix, Cream or Peter Green - perhaps it's a generational thing?
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Clapton and Hendrix have been mentioned I believe.
I missed the Hendrix reference then. I saw a reference to Layla, which is a great tune, but hard to see how this would come close to the top in the Clapton canon.
PS "Guitar heroes at the BBC" is on BBC4 from time to time and is really worth watching.
In terms of tracks/riffs:
Hendrix - All along the watchtower
Cream (Clapton) - Spoonful from Wheels of Fire live album
Green - Black Magic Woman from whatever Fleetwood Mac collection you may have.
PS To name-drop, I met Green and Clapton in 196x when my best friend's dad was redecorating John Mayall's house. Sadly I didn't know who they were at the time!
Covenanter wrote:I'm amazed that nobody has mentioned Hendrix, Cream or Peter Green - perhaps it's a generational thing?Chris
Maybe, but then no one has mentioned Vivaldi yet, so guess you could be right
gel wrote:AC/DC - Thunderstruck :rockout:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SiuJwInbLqwA la la la...:cheer:
A la la la...
Good call. Thunderstruck is one of my all time favourite songs.
Covenanter wrote:Hendrix - All along the watchtower
Another good call. 'All Along the Watchtower' is a classic.
I also like 'Voodoo Child', 'Purple Haze' and 'Foxey Lady' by Hendrix too.
Jimmy Page - Dazed And Confused Seattle 75. A mere 45 minutes long. Genius. Otherwise, Since I've Been Loving You.
Richie Blackmore - Catch The Rainbow, Nagoya 1978. Otherwise, Child In Time.
Dave Gilmore - Money 9th May 1977 Oakland. Otherwise, Comfortably Numb.
Tony Iommi - Heaven And Hell Sao Paulo 2009. But for riffs, all of them!!!
Brian Tatler - Am I Evil. Actually that's 5 solos.