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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Cheap guitar guy, May 27, 2019.
One of my favorite guitar tones.
Yes, Me too, for a Les Paul! I can never figure out the end solo, was he just being sloppy, or have some rather odd time signatures?
Let it Be
Brothers in Arms
The Tom Robinson Band's 2-4-6-8 Motorway.
Back in Black.
What do I win?
Gary Moore: Still got the blues.
Reel'in in the Years
I Love You - the Heartbreakers
David Bowie - Boys keep swinging.
Nearly half the song is a multi solo ending with 2-3 distinct guitar parts plus a bass part.
Hands down winner.
(Really bad video though)
I posted this in the “Solos that fade out” thread. Always been one of my favourites. This classification is solo at the end.
Boys of summer.
Scotty Moore on Elvis Presley's Blue Suede Shoes. And Carl Perkins on Carl's original version Blue Suede Shoes.
The Beatles version of Long Tall Sally.
Several early Gene Vincent rockers with Cliff Gallup on guitar.
Two solos and second is at the end of the song. Borrowed Time by Pearl Black https://choon.co/tracks/638tqrato8/
Good Bye to Love by The Carpenters, has two the short one in the middle then the longer outro one.
Also Maggie May by Rod Stewart, has three counting the mandolin outro one in.
Solo in the middle and end.
UFO - Lights Out + Rock Bottom both have two solos in them. Actually, a lot of UFO songs have two solo sections, but hey, when you're Michael Schenker, it's acceptable
Motorhead - Limb From Limb. The studio version has Lemmy playing the second solo.
Sultans of Swing.