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Posted: 8/5/2005 5:43:43 AM EDT
Listening to The Allman Bros. Band- A Decade of Hits.


Smooth guitar work. These guys jammed.
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[Deep Purple] Dah dah dahhhhhhhhhh dah dah dah dah/Dah dah dah dahhhhhhhhdaaaaaaah[/Deep Purple]
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Dickie Betts could definately bring it.

I never get tired of hearing "Little Wing" Stevie R. Vaughn version.
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Jeff Beck... Beck's Bolero!
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Skynyrd, Zep
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The 70's were a beautiful time for guitar rock.
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ZZ Top's Just Got Paid.
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Luther Allison:

Cherry Red Wine and L.A.'s Knocking On Your Door (Live).

Mercy! White boy'll get whiplash listening to Luther!
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Another Luther Allison fan!!! Love that stuff

Love some guitar too... Geez, I can't pick one. There are one or more

The slide guitar in Aerosmith's Rag Doll, plenty from Satriani, SRV, and Hendrix, "Yellow Ledbetter" (and many others) by Pearl Jam, Arc Angels, "Delaware Slide" by George Thorogood, "C'mon Suzie" by Indigenous (and others), "Black and Blue" by Van Halen (and others)... I'm leaving tons out I know...

This does not include the grinding guitars in songs like "Monkey Business" by Skid Row, and some new great stuff by Alter Bridge, Velvet Revolver... and many others.
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If your guitar continues to jam, you should try cleaning it thoroughly, using diffferent magazines or ammo. Duh.

"Hey Joe"
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Steve Morse/Dixie Dregs.

Dickie Betts has had a tumultuous personal life, but is one of the most underated/overshadowed players in rock.

Link Posted: 8/5/2005 6:58:04 AM EDT
Just about anything by Gary Moore, but Parisienne Walkway and The Loner are two standouts. Jeff Beck Cause we Ended as Lovers, Hendrix's version of Voodoo Chile/Slight Return (no disrespect to Stevie Ray, but Jimi wrote it), Stevie Ray's Lennie.

For gettin' me in a mood to pick up the guitar, nothing beats Blue Sky by the Allman Bros....from the opening riff to the end, that song will transform my mood no matter HOW shitty I'm feeling.

Steve Vai's For the Love of God...you can tell the boy's inspired on that tune, no question.

Yngwie's Bach piece on the first album...can't remember the name, but it really is a Bach tune.

That's it for starters, but I could go on all day.
Link Posted: 8/5/2005 7:01:43 AM EDT

Originally Posted By dvr9:

I never get tired of hearing "Little Wing" Stevie R. Vaughn version.

That is just about perfect. It almost brings tears to my eyes. Amazing.
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Originally Posted By raven:
The 70's were a beautiful time for guitar rock.


The music industry wonders why record sales are down... there ain't nothing out there worth buying, boys.
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