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Discussion in 'Music to Your Ears' started by HotRodSteve, Jun 10, 2016.
The exit music at mine and my wife's wedding.
A modern submission:
Riff Raff, of coarse...
Can't You Hear Me Knockin? (Stones)
Good Times Bad Times (Zep)
Purple Haze (Jimi)
Iron Man (sabbath)
Meeting of the Spirits (Mahavishnu)
Bitchest Brew (Miles)
I grew up on "oldies" like this one(I'm a 90's kid) but listening to this track today, I can see that songs like this are a definitive(to me at least) link between the late 50's Rock n roll and the psychedelic rock from the same time as Johnny rivers. The guitar tone in here remind me more of Jefferson airplane and/or steppenwolf but the singing style and even the rest of the playing style reminds me of the older stuff. But maybe I'm a weird 90's kid and there's no similarities at all. Lol
Yes -- Long Distance Runaround
Miles -- So What
SRV "Scuttlebuttin' " ???
45 RPM mono mix
Here's I Feel Fine, Daytripper and Zep's Moby Dick...
The first 16 seconds of this
The chorus of More than a Feeling
Not the greatest, but possibly the least-mentioned riff in discussions like these is Drivin Wheel by Foghat.
I'll also toss in Another Thing Coming by Judas Priest and Oh Well by the Mac.
thats ter riff ic
Secret Agent Man is awesome, as is Johnnie B Goode.
My favorite riff to play me be this one
Neil Young and riffs... The Cinnamon Girl clip reminded me of this, The Loner (followed by Cinnamon Girl)
Money for Nothing
The muffin man- Zappa
Hymn 43- Jethro Tull
No time- guess who
Jacobs ladder- rush
^many others but these seem to be under-appreciated
You beat me to it. Just listened to it last night. What a great song.
Yeah some of the simpler ones are the most enduring, it seems. And of course it's not just the notes themselves, it's the attitude with which they're delivered…
Classic example: Sunshine of Your Love - Clapton