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Discussion in 'Music to Your Ears' started by Marn99, Dec 16, 2016.
Anything live from Ween.
Love the tone on this one....2:05 for the lead
2:45 for Luke's lead on this one.....but nice, tasty playing all the way through...
On a Charvel though - contentious around these parts of late...
Living in the Material World by George Harrison is a treasure. He played slide guitar in lyric and musical way I have never heard anybody else do.
Something different - there is a small instrumental intermezzo in the following piece, which I find sort of fascinating because of the suspension/relief effect. Skip to around 1:50 guitar piece is 2:05 to 2:20.
From sometime in the 1980s when music videos were young.
Duane Allman on "Please Call Home". ABB's Idlewild South. It's call and response to the outtro, then it's all Duane. The most beautiful thing I had ever heard at the time. Maybe still.
Go to about 3:35.
Albert Lee - "Luxury Liner" backing Emmylou. Twang, Treble, Chickin' Pickin'; sounds like a Tele. Other threads have links.
Already said it.
So many to choose from ... But, I'll throw these 5, hopefully new ones, into the mix ....
Rory Gallagher - Tattoo'd Lady (preferably the live version, but the album title slips my mind)
Paul Kossoff - The Hunter ( (Free Live, version)
Steve Winood (NOT Dave Mason) - Dear Mr Fantasy
Bert Jansch - Angie
Neil Young - Like a hurricane
Here's an example of my above statement
Sarah Maclachlan’s Witness has one of my favourite solos, played by Pierre Marchand—it’s almost inaudible, like the guitar is trapped in a box…
Jimmy Eats World - The Middle. I know it's 90's punk but the guitarist nailed a fluid flowing piece.