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  • Birthday 01/06/1959
  1. I have to mention Greg Howe and Marty Friedman.
  2. Great call on Alvin Lee. Ten Years After was one of the great heavy blues/rock bands of the late 60s.
  3. Immigrant Song Celebration Day In My Time of Dying Among others. John Bonham RULES!! Great thresd.
  4. Another obscure one is the bass in Pegasus by the Allman Bros. on the Enlightened Rogues album. Choice.
  5. Since we had a bass thread, I figured the next logical step was a guitar thread. Some of my nominees: Comfortably Numb-Floyd Emerald-Thin Lizzy Tales of the Unexpected-Mahogany Rush In Memory of Elizabeth Reed-Allman Brothers Hear My Train A'Comin' (acoustic)-Hendrix Scuttle Buttin-Stevie Ray Vaughan Ride On-AC/DC Whipping Post-Allman Brothers Looking Out For Number One-Bachman Turner Overdrive Do You Feel Like We Do (live)-Frampton This list will probably get really HUGE :guitar:
  6. Draggin'the Line-Tommy James Wrathchild, Run to the Hills, and Prodigal Son-Iron Maiden Higher Ground-RHCP Low Spark of High Heeled Boys-Traffic Let the Good Times Roll0Hendrix Soul Sacrifice-Santana Dazed and Confused (live)-Zep White Room-Cream Among others. Great thread RJS
  7. How about Bachman Turner Overdrive and the Guess Who? I actually saw the Guess Who in '72 and the opening act was another that could be on this list, Steely Dan.
  8. Great call on Montrose. Would have been HUGE if Ronnie Montrose wasn't such a d#$k and run off anybody that could play better than him (which is what I heard happened with Hagar when he quit). Ronnie also did some great work with the Edgar Winter Group. And, speaking of the Edgar Winter Group, who could also be on this list, how about Rick Derringer, who was in the Edgar Winter Group with Ronnie Montrose? Rock and Roll Hootchie Coo, baby.
  9. Frank Marino can play his ass off. Does a very good version of All Along the Watchtower. :rock:
  10. Another one I just thought of is Frank Marino and Mahogany Rush. The title cut on Tales of the Unexpected is MUST HEAR if you like great guitar. The lead switches from a distorted acid rock sound to a clean, crisp jazz sound. Incredible.
  11. Thanks for the welcome, Lucky. Another underrated artist from that time I just flashed on is Johnny Winter.
  12. I have thought about bands that got quite a bit of airplay on AOR back in the late 60s and early 70s and think that Grand Funk, Rare Earth, and Ten Years After are way underrated. Any thoughts on others that may fit this bill?
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