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Old 02-06-2021, 10:27 AM   #11 (permalink)
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Those which immediately come to mind and have guitars at the forefront.

Led Zeppelin – Physical Graffiti
The Pretenders - s/t
The Stooges – Raw Power
Public Image Ltd – Metal Box
Television – Marquee Moon
Sex Pistols – Never Mind The Bollocks
Robert Nighthawk - Live On Maxwell Street
Neil Young – Zuma
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Old 02-06-2021, 12:27 PM   #12 (permalink)
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For some mellower stuff, Eric Johnson comes to mind and aside from Ah Via and Tones, Venus Isle has always been a favorite. A late night drive with that playing has been therapeutic for me at times.

For acoustic, anything by Tommy Emanuel.

Then, there's Stanley Jordan, Frank Gambale, Kazumi Watanabe, and a whole other host of fantastic players with some mellower stuff. It's been a while since I've been down those roads though, so they don't pop into the cerebellum quite like they used to.
Saw Johnson play at the Hendrix tribute concert. He was my fave from that night.
Agreed on the Tommy Emanuel acoustic post.
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Saw Johnson play at the Hendrix tribute concert. He was my fave from that night.
Agreed on the Tommy Emanuel acoustic post.
What an incredible line-up too! Eric's guitar chops are always perfection.
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Another for me is Repeater by Fugazi. Avanti post punk. Sonic Youth noise. Hard riffs. A big step up from Minor Threat as far as Ian goes.
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Those which immediately come to mind and have guitars at the forefront.

Led Zeppelin – Physical Graffiti
The Pretenders - s/t
The Stooges – Raw Power
Public Image Ltd – Metal Box
Television – Marquee Moon
Sex Pistols – Never Mind The Bollocks
Robert Nighthawk - Live On Maxwell Street
Neil Young – Zuma

Raw Power is beautiful. Most beautiful noise I ever heard. Marque Moon is beautiful too. If you are a guitarist I wanna hear what you sound like (assuming these influences are reflections of your sound).
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Old 02-06-2021, 04:30 PM   #16 (permalink)
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1.Ike Turners Kings Of Rhythm/ I’m Tore Up (1976)...17 smoking tracks from the 1950s hardest rocking cat & his crack shot band, best described by the label it’s on Red Lightning,not for the faint hearted

Pick to click: Sad As A Man Can Be

2.Miles Davis / Agharta (1975)...with Peter Cosey who was as under appreciated as Hendrix was revered, sadly this was as close as we would ever get to a Miles & Hendrix collaboration

3.Television/ Marquee Moon (1977)...during the 70s this record & Derek & Dominos / Layla were 2 of my preferred guitar albums

4.MC5 / High Time (1971)...I have always said if more kids had listened to this as much as LZ & Pink Floyd the 1970s would have been much different indeed...

The mighty 5’s swan song & Kramer & Smith shine at every turn

#5.The Yardbirds / Shapes Of Things (1977) ...A 2 record comp with licks from Clapton & Beck so dangerous you could cut yourself on them.More than essential
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Van Halen - Fair Warning
Van Halen - Van Halen II
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Old 02-06-2021, 11:44 PM   #18 (permalink)
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Raw Power is beautiful. Most beautiful noise I ever heard. Marque Moon is beautiful too. If you are a guitarist I wanna hear what you sound like (assuming these influences are reflections of your sound).
Let's just say I can strum and do decent fills and rhythmic stuff on guitar, but not much else. I'm more of a frustrated musician than a *guitarist*.

You've probably already seen this, but thought I'd share: James Williamson giving lessons in Raw Power riffing, Lee Press-On Nails and Nashville tuning.

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This is a masterpiece:

Thin Lizzy Black Rose: A Rock Legend
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?lis...utOlt3xfJXV20a
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Let's just say I can strum and do decent fills and rhythmic stuff on guitar, but not much else. I'm more of a frustrated musician than a *guitarist*.

You've probably already seen this, but thought I'd share: James Williamson giving lessons in Raw Power riffing, Lee Press-On Nails and Nashville tuning.

I have but thanks for reposting anyway
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