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Originally posted by phoenixhasrisin
Does anyone know the name of the song in the Ralph Machio piece?
It sounds like a classical Spanish (Flamenco?) tune.
Originally posted by yeahright
No way I'm qualified to select a "best" and it would be impossible to even name a single all-time favorite. But this one's sure on my list, and it ought to be on everyone's somewhere.
Alvin Lee and 10 Years After at Woodstock
Originally posted by frozen_snowman
Eddie Van Halen “Eruption” definitely No.1
In my Kiddies times I remember turning up the volume and played that solo over and over.
The Neighbor’s loved it – and in 1979 that was a unique sound….
2. Garry Moore “Over the Hills and Far Away’
Very sexy solo ….
3. For some reason I like the solo parts at the end of Motorhead's "Overkill"
Simple but catchy – maybe the driving drum rhythm adds to the ear pleasure and soothes my soul…
I'd have to vote "Comfortably Numb" for the best solo, and David Gilmour as the best guitarist.
Originally posted by Valdimer
I disagree guys.
Just take a listen to Let there be Rock, Angus shreds that Gibson SG! Or, moreover, if you want something with more meaning, listen to Ride On, the solo on that is haunting!
[edit on 16-4-2007 by Valdimer]
Originally posted by clearwater
There ought to be some mention of Yngwie Malmsteen,