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Gimme your favourite guitar songs!

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Mustn't miss out David Fiuczynski and his twin neck...

[video=youtube;0UzHoDKe6q8]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0UzHoDKe6q8

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Wishbone Ash's album "Argus". This contained many great tracks. For me, their best album. I just love the twin, harmonising, weeping guitars. Here's one of the tracks,"Throw Down The Sword" off the album. The solos beginning at 3mins 39secs get to me every time!

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Man this brings back some memories 16 years old with my whole life ahead of me,great post.

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"In This Place" from Robin Trower's superb "Bridge of Sighs" album. Again, containing many great tracks, so this is a taster. Fairly minimilist, but great feeling. Soulful vocals from Jimmy Dewar too.

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I first heard this guy when he played support for Robin Trower and was blown away. Turned out he was mentored by the great Walter Trout. The track here features Walter.

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Rory Gallagher's "A Million Miles Away" from the Irish Tour DVD. Originally recorded on his album "Tattoo", my favourite album of his along with "Blueprint" and "Irish Tour".

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The great Jimmy Page on "Since I've been loving you", one of my fave Zep tracks of all time. I played the original version of the track from Zep III a couple of years ago, to a work colleague in his early twenties, who likes modern metal etc. and hadn't heard any Zep. The track finished and he muttered "WOW". Zeppelin are now his favourite band. 'Nuff said...

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When you hear the "battle" between Richard Thompson, guitar & Dave Swarbrick on violin, you are listening to Electric Folk being invented.

Great great choice.

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Ha! I repped notaclue on the quiet for this one already, he posted a load more and then stopped! Now you've repped him maybe he'll come back :upgrade:. This and others he posted have been bang on the money...

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I do love a noteworthy indie guitar sound. :geek: Here's another New Zealand indie guitar classic.

Welcome back notaclue.

Saw Pearl Jam @ Isle of Wight on saturday nite, it rained, did I care?

No.

They did this....

I can now die a happy man...............

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The Master at work.........

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Also previously mentioned and while I'm sure there's plenty by them not up to this level (in fact, this is best thing I've heard by them), some great guitar on this by Grateful Dead:

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Full version on that album is over 23 minutes!

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Also previously mentioned and while I'm sure there's plenty by them not up to this level (in fact, this is best thing I've heard by them), some great guitar on this by Grateful Dead:

[video=youtube;0aTWEHTU99Q]

Full version on that album is over 23 minutes!

Showing my age, saw them do this @ Bickershaw Festival in 1972.

One of the wettest fests EVER.

Bailed out & went home sunday morning.

Had a bath, had lunch, went back.

Sun came out and saw New Riders of the Purple Sage followed by the Dead.

The sun set, the moon came out, they did Dark Star :hash:

Jerry Garcia- Lead Guitar /vocals.

Bob Weir- rhythm /vocals

Phil Lesh- bass/vocal.

Bill Kreutzmann - drums.

Pigpen - vocals/organ/harmonica .

Keith Godchaux - piano.

Donna Jean Godchaux - vocals.

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Set one .

Truckin',

Sugaree,

Mr. Charlie,

Beat It on Down The Line,

He's Gone,

Chinatown Shuffle,

China Cat Sunflower > I Know You Rider,

Black Throated Wind.

Next Time You See Me.

Playin' .

Tennessee Jed.

Good Lovin',

Casey Jones

Set Two.

Greatest Story Ever Told.

Big Boss Man,

Ramble On Rose,

Jack Straw.

Dark Star >

Drums >

Other One >

Sing Me Back Home.

Sugar Magnolia.

Lovelight >

Going Down The Road Feeling Bad >

Not Fade Away.

E : One More Saturday Night.

(order of some tracks in set one and start set two uncertain )

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