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Discussion in 'The Cellar' started by RickyLee, Apr 26, 2017.
i totally agree with this guy.
Iggy always appreciates the guitar's proportionate relevance to a great song
These two are stand outs imo . Both were ground breaking at the time of their releases etc .
Jeff Beck: Blow by blow
Chet Atkins picks on The Beatles
The Hellecasters: Escape from Hollywood
Bad News, from the eponymous 1987 album produced by Brian May:
some are already mentioned.
Thats what did it for me too. young man and heard that on the radio and was like good lort!
U2's album War was a unique one in which the guitar is still the main instrument but the way the Edge used effects was masterful.
Top 5 Desert Guitar albums
VH1- Van Halen
Heaven and Hell- Black Sabbath
Dark Side of the Moon- Pink Floyd
Ozzy- Blizzard of Ozz- Randy Rhodes
Back in Black - ACDC
So many others but these 5 for the island
Strangers in the Night
All the World's a Stage
the Song Remains the Same
Made in Japan
Neil Young - "Live Rust"
And agree about the Highway to Hell album. One of the best ever.
I don't think that is the best guitar album ever but somehow it has something that brings me back to listen to it time after time. I heard it the week it came out and I heard it for the billionth time last week. Never gets old.
Also might be something to do with being one of the few albums where you can hear the purity of a burst into a cranked superlead with nothing in the way.
No-one's mentioned Allman Bros live at the Fillmore. Burst/Marshall heaven.
Also have to mention Alex Harvey live at the BBC. No-one tortures an SG like Zal Cleminson.