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  • #16
    Fade to Black
    Comfortably Numb
    November Rain
    Mr Crowley
    All Along the Watchtower (hendrix)
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    • #17
      Originally posted by Mincer View Post
      Steve Morse, when he first joined Deep Purple:
      Great album. Not quite Deep Purple; at least, not the old Deep Purple. Obviously.

      Still, has *cough* shades of Deep Purple.
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      • #18
        Originally posted by LLL View Post

        Great album. Not quite Deep Purple; at least, not the old Deep Purple. Obviously.

        Still, has *cough* shades of Deep Purple.
        I agree, but it was the best Deep Purple album since 1973.
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        • #19
          Originally posted by Clint 55 View Post

          That was amazing! What struck me is that he did the opposite of what's common and expected. Played mostly up high then went lower to climax, played mostly loud then played more quietly at the end to climax.
          That was SO amazing. I’ve seen that clip quite a few times but it still gets me every time.
          Gary is the perfect blend of blues emotion and rock aggression to me.
          I’d love to be able to do what he does.

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          • #20
            Yap I had forgotten musicians could be that masterful to take u on a ride and keep you on the edge of ur seat.
            Originally posted by NegativeEase
            I'd wager that Clint can best GuitarStv at Wat and WAAAT... but not Watts.

            I think in the International System of Units (SI) a "WAT" is defined as a derived unit of 1 Clint besmirchment per hour

            and WAAAT is defined as a derived unit of 1 Clint kilojoule of described Nirvana transgression per post.

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            • #21
              I Remember You. And here's to play it by the man himself, finally after 30 effing years:


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              • #22


                random ttb clip but the solo is great

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by jeremy View Post


                  random ttb clip but the solo is great
                  There ya go. Good a choice as any. I like this version too:
                  Last edited by Lewguitar; 08-11-2020, 02:13 PM.
                  “Practice cures most tone issues” - John Suhr

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                  • #24
                    I gotta say Mr. Crowley, House of Broken Love, Faithfully, Still Got The Blues.

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by ErikH View Post
                      I gotta say Mr. Crowley, House of Broken Love, Faithfully, Still Got The Blues.
                      I always liked Mark Kendall’s style. Very melodic. He deserved more recognition than he got.

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                      • #26
                        Here are a few that come to mind.

                        Alan Parsons Project - Old and Wise
                        Thin Lizzy - Parisienne Walkways
                        Fleetwood Mac The Chain
                        Thin Lizzy - The Sun Goes Down
                        Chris Rea - Nothing to Fear
                        Paul McCartney - No More Lonely Nights
                        Mike Oldfield - Moonlight Shadow
                        Pink Floyd - Another Brick in the Wall Pt 2
                        Iron Maiden - Strange World

                        To me all fit in beautifully with (or make the) song.

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                        • #27
                          Bob Marley and the Wailers - No Woman No Cry

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                          • #28
                            Originally posted by Erlend_G View Post
                            "The Messiah will come Again" by Roy Buchanan...

                            That man really knew how to play guitar :/... such a sad story about his life and death aswell.
                            Interesting. I only knew this song through Gary Moore. Same hot licks. Same sad ending. Why do the good die young?



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                            • #29
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                              I must have listened to this a dozen times now. Thanks for posting this. That’s amazing. I had heard it before but never knew the name of it. And I had never heard Roy Buchannon’s version.


                              Did anybody else notice that his (Moore’s) neck pickup is installed backwards and that it looks like all of the screws have been removed?
                              What’s that all about?

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                              • #30
                                peter greens lp, the screws are just sunk down below the level of the cover, maybe flush with the top of the bobbin.

                                roy wrote the song, the version i know best is from his '72 album

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