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    Has anyone heard the latest George Lynch cd "Furious George"? This guy is such an amazing player, although respected, i dont think not as much as he should be probably due to the fact he came from Dokken, a band thats looked upon as being nothing more then a 80`s hair metal band. Whatever you may think about Dokken there is no denying George`s talent.I always thought it would have been cool if Satriani and Vai would have done a G3 tour with him but then again he doesn`t release instrumental music so it probably wouldn`t have worked. Definitely one of my all time favorite guitar players!
    metaled
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    Last edited by metaled; 01-07-2005, 01:16 PM.

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    I thought this thread was gonna be about George Tabb's band Furious George.
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      No instrumental. Dude check out Mr. Scary the last track on the Dokken release back for the attack. As you say he is SCARY!!!!!!

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        Yeah i know sac.......but you cant do a concert with 1 instrumental song! *LOL*
        I meant the G3 tours are mostly guitarist with alot or all instrumental albums!!!

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          awesome cd with one of the best mixing jobs i have heard in a while !!!!!!!!!! and george is a scary player!!!!!!!!!!
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          • #6
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            I'm going to have to check this out. Who does the vocal work?

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            • #7
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              You'll not get much argument from this board. Alot of fans here, including myself. George is an inspiration to me. I cannot play anywhere near his level, but it's just his freedom of playing and he makes it look soooo easy.
              Originally posted by Scott_F
              On that day, should I ever be so unlucky, I will expect an unholy assault of pure metal mayhem attacking all my senses with a little tiny voice in the background screaming Effing Hails!

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              • #8
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                Lynch is great. Do a search, and you'll find my thread, and others, about this incredible album.
                Wrong room for this thread, btw ...
                Why don't you take your little Cobra Kais and get outta here?!
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                  A guy by the name Kelly Keeling does the vocals.

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                  • #10
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                    Originally posted by metaled
                    A guy by the name Kelly Keeling does the vocals.
                    Keely Keeling: Formerly of Heaven and Earth, Stuart Smith's band, and a contributing writer to the last couple Dokken albums.

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                    • #11
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                      Yup . . . this is the CD from which I "discovered" George Lynch. There's another thread about this in the Sound Room somewhere - unless it was pre-forum-crash.

                      The only thing I would disagree with, (someone else saying), is I didn't think the mix was that great. For a CD thats supposed to feature George Lynch, his chops are often burried in the mix. On "All Along The Watchtower" especially, his guitar is almost hidden behind the singer.

                      Still, a great album. I love it.

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