Originally Posted by jbmando
Are you 100% certain that it's Richard Bennett on guitar for this one? If it is, he plays so much like Marty it's hard to tell them apart. Who did the mandolin, Bennett or Marty?
What part are you having trouble with? I could probably help you get it.
...here's part of the article from the Oct 1995 Issue of Vintage Guitar Magazine .
Marty: "Well, one of my favorite guitar dealers is a guy named Danny Shea up in New York City. He has supplied all the major Rock & Roll tours down through the years. He's the only guy I know who has the same phone number in New York for the last fifteen years (laughs). You go in his place and I've always said it looks like a Fender graveyard up there. He's got walls of vintage guitars, you know. So I asked, 'What's the hottest guitar you've got in the house right now?' and he pulled out this Esquire with the form-fitting case. He said, 'This is Mick Ronson's guitar. I sold it to him and he sold it back to me.' I bought that guitar because it's really the best Esquire I've ever heard. I think one of the best examples of that guitar's sound is a song we did called 'High On A Mountain Top.' Richard Bennett actually plays the part on there, but it just rips!"
.... I don't really need the chords I was hoping someone could help out with the lead. There's alot going on in this song.