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Old 01-23-2011, 10:22 PM   #31 (permalink)
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well I mean Jeff Beck, Duane Allman, Rory Gallagher, Phil Lynott, Robin Trower did more for the blues-rock idiom than riff and solo-stealing Page

I'm not denying Led Zep were great - in fact, I love 'em - just don't like Page's playing all that much
Solo stealing? He's written some of the most memorable riffs of all time.
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Solo stealing? He's written some of the most memorable riffs of all time.
most of the solo work are iimprovisations on what Hubert Sumlin did for Howlin' Wolf and Buddy Guy

as for the riffs, I'm more a Deep Purple guy
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most of the solo work are iimprovisations on what Hubert Sumlin did for Howlin' Wolf and Buddy Guy

as for the riffs, I'm more a Deep Purple guy
Fair enough, although most improvisation from blues guitarists are typically stolen from an older blues guitarist. Just comes with the style.
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but people like Rory Gallagher can put nice enough twists to it like Irish pub melodies or Beck can insert jazzy interludes

i do concur the acoustic part to "Stairway to Heaven" is terrif but I transcribed it to piano and it sounded better
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Classics like High Fidelity and Almost Famous top my list for Hollywood fare. For documentary style films I like Dig and Don't Look Back.
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Fair enough, although most improvisation from blues guitarists are typically stolen from an older blues guitarist. Just comes with the style.
Arent all styles of playing derived somehow from other older musicians?
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Classics like High Fidelity and Almost Famous top my list for Hollywood fare. For documentary style films I like Dig and Don't Look Back.
Ahh another Almost Famous fan!! Man I cant even begin to count the endless number of times ive watched that movie. Glad to know theres a fellow fan of the movie out there.
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