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    Here is another one of my favorites. Song, solo(s), duets, whatever... Stevie and Lonnie Mack. This is an answer to that age old question "What is with you, man?"



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    So many...Zappa's "Watermelon In Easter Hay"...Randy Rhoads on "Goodbye To Romance" and "Mr. Crowley" and "I Don't Know"...Brian May on "Bohemian Rhapsody"...

    But one that stuck in my craw that I just had to sit down and figure out was the solo to Wings' "My Love". Just something I had to sort out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JMintzer View Post
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    Lol, right up there with "Oh Sherry" by Steve Perry.

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    Oh I am gonner add one you FCKERS prob never heard... I first heard this when was 16 in 1974 when revising round my Mates for our 'O' Levels and we had Capital FM on the radio with 'Little Nicky Horne' He played mostly MOR US and UK... I had to get my mates stapler and 15" ruler and do air guitar and air wah wah on the stapler... This is epic.... Best ending ever - oooer - goosebumps as I write...

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    I dig this one, especially at the 3:00 minute mark


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    Oh and as some Lizzy fans here - and best chordal riff ever has to be The Rocker!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boogie123 View Post
    I was at this gig....he just kept playing and playing...D string breaks 3/4 way in and the strat is out of tune but he still bangs out a solo!

    Yep - anything Rory does when his blood's up is good - Bad Penny is my fave... and interesting to hear the BOSS ME-5 in action live - you get glimpses too... see my site for more info on getting the Rory tones out of one...
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    Cool

    All the solo's on Hotel California - Walsh, Felder.... who knows who's playing where with them doing call and response. I wanted to play guitar after I heard this album along with the first Boston.

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    Ya, I'm old... That came out when I was in High School.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shawn@PRS View Post
    I dig this one, especially at the 3:00 minute mark

    That was awesome, but I feel sorry for him..he can never seem to find good tone! lol
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    For anybody who has never heard Neil Zaza check this out. Melodic shreding!

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    Quote Originally Posted by garrett View Post
    OH! And how can I forget Larry Carlton's solo on Kid Charlemagne by Steely Dan! That's the perfect solo to me!

    +1

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    [QUOTE=slang05;42715]For anybody who has never heard Neil Zaza check this out. Melodic shreding!

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    Call me crazy, but cue this up to 5:55 and listen to dynamics, tone, phrasing, and tasty! (Especially the NON-talkbox stuff, though the whole thing is brilliant)

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    It really seems like more of an extended jam, rather than a solo, but the multiple guitars on "Keep On Growing" (from the Layla album) has always been one of my favorites. There's actually three guitar parts, at least some of the time. I had always assumed that one of them was Duane Allman. But the caption for this youtube copy of the album version says that all of the guitars were recorded by Clapton. Even so, there's still a bit of an Allman Bros feel to it.

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    Maybe an odd choice, but they all are to somebody I suppose. I like this one because it's understated, simple, and just right to me.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Shawn@PRS View Post
    I dig this one, especially at the 3:00 minute mark

    A-Mazing! Thanks for posting this one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikegarveyblues View Post
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    i think this one my favorite

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    I would to say just about anything Duane Allman (especially Whipping Post), The guitar solos on Reeling in the Years (Steely Dan--don't remember the guitarist), Eric Clapton -Cream, Blind Faith and Derek and the Dominos (ditto for Duane Allman here). Also, check out Jimi Hendrix's new album from the grave....some really cool guitar licks. And finally Pat Metheny's Roots of Coincidence:

    http://youtu.be/fVuzcUH_DsI

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