Discussion in 'The Sound Hound Lounge' started by Braciola, Jun 16, 2018.
Love Jeff, but what fun would ending this thread be -
Anyone passing by should really take a listen to this guy. He can surely rip but he is very melodic and tasteful. Pretty darned amazing, really, especially for a guy just sitting at home in South America and doing his thing.
I've always liked it
Some more . . .
Always loved this solo, its the live version. Solo starts at 1:31
i'm not a metal guy, but that was bad @$$.
For "Tastiest Guitar Solos Ever Recorded" in the pop category, I nominate...
...great band, great song, great solo.
IMHO, of course.
Personally, I don't consider that metal. Rock? Yes Shredding? Yes. BUT, it is very melodic all of the way through, even while playing those blistering runs....and I totally agree, bad @$$....and just an unknown guy from South America sitting at home doing his thing.
BTW, very cool of you to listen to it all even though it's not your thing!
At least half of them have to belong to BB King.
I’ve always loved this as a cool, vibey rock solo. Starts ~2:30.
Got to include Robin Trower - I was at this concert - go to 2:22 -
I feel bad ...
Bloomfield's playing on Work Song has been a favorite of mine for 51 years
I honestly can't tell if it's intentional or not.
My two "go to" solos. Doesn't get any better.
For what it's worth the solo in this song stands out since I can remember.
I think it was the second album I bought back in the day. I just like the overall way it's done.
Steely Dan-Rikki Don’t Lose That Number.