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jonnyone wrote:

How about a list of the above. To get the ball rolling how about the solos from

"Like A Hurricane" Neil Young from Live Rust

"Throw Down the Sword" Wishbone Ash from Argus

"Wuthering Heights" Kate Bush. I think the guitar solo at the end of this was played by Ian Bairnson and it realy soars.

Very bizzare !!! I saw the title of this thread and immediately in my head came the words to Like a Hurricane and then the 1st tune on there is ................

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Frank Zappa - Watermelon In Easter Hay, and the fade out of Muffin Man on Bongo Fury

Neil Young - Like a Hurricane

Steve Hackett - Fountain of Salmacis

Eric Clapton - Prisons on the Road, from the John Mayallalbum Back to the Roots

Eric Clapton, Mick Taylor, Harvey Mandel - Accidental Suicide, the Hendrix tribute, again from Back to the Roots

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A few more:

Jeff Beck - In A Broken Dream (Python Lee Jackson)

George Harrison - The Night Before (The Beatles - Help)

Ry Cooder - Sister Morphine (The Rolling Stones - Sticky Fingers)

Joe Walsh - Long Road Out Of Eden (The Eagles)

Angus Young - Hells Bells (AC/DC - Back In Black)

Sherman Robertson - Our Good Thing is Through (Sherman Robertson - I'm Your Man)

David Lindley - Your Bright Baby Blue Eyes (Jackson Browne - The Pretender)

Robert Cray - Strong Persuader

Robbie Krieger - People Are Strange (The Doors - Strange Days)

Stevie Ray Vaughan - First we Take Manhatton (Jennifer Warnes - Famous Blue Raincoat)

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Mrs Strat has threatened to divorce me for missing off these:

Jimi Hendrix - All Along The Watchtower

Peter Green - Man Of the World - (Fleetwood Mac)

Strat

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Anything Clapton ,SRV, Hendrix , Page , Townsend, Gilmour and there are just loads of others .. in fact too many to mention

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Duvet wrote:

Anything Clapton ,SRV, Hendrix , Page , Townsend, Gilmour and there are just loads of others .. in fact too many to mention

Fair enough Duvester but surely that glorious slow break in Telegraph Road might have been worth a special mention:shock:

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ErikFH wrote:

Jimmy Moff wrote:
Maggot Brain - Funkadelic (Eddie Hazel)

Beyond competition. :^

Wouldn't go quite that far, but pretty darned amazing all the same .. Poor Eddie - RIP!

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Leonard Smalls wrote:

ErikFH wrote:
Jimmy Moff wrote:
Maggot Brain - Funkadelic (Eddie Hazel)

Beyond competition. :^

Wouldn't go quite that far, but pretty darned amazing all the same .. Poor Eddie - RIP!

Wasn'taware of what was coming the first time I listened to it (he was still alive then),but it becameone of those moments that re-scheduled the way I used to listen tomusic.

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The Strat wrote:

Duvet wrote:
Anything Clapton ,SRV, Hendrix , Page , Townsend, Gilmour and there are just loads of others .. in fact too many to mention

Fair enough Duvester but surely that glorious slow break in Telegraph Road might have been worth a special mention:shock:

I slipped Sultans in my list but yeah, Telegraph is just as good!

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Shuggie Otis - Inspiration Information

Durutti Column - Return of the Durutti Column

Those are actually complete albums, but they do havea discerned guitar feel to/over them.

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Ram it down (Judas Priest) LINK

Mr. Crawley (Ozzy) LINK

Comfortably Numb (Pink Floyd) LINK

Parisian walkway(Thin Lizzy) LINK

Shortest Straw (Metallica) LINK

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