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Old 01-19-2021, 01:51 PM   #51 (permalink)
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I'm not kidding, I really don't remember it. I'll listen to it again.
It starts near the sixth minute maybe before, it basically plays the same thing as the piano, but come on, it's a guitar solo for me. There was a Spanish magazine focused on rock music, and I remember a couple of years ago Firth Of Fifth was chosen by the people as the Most Beautiful Guitar Solo Of All Time, beating Time by Pink Floyd, which ended up being 2nd.

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I starts near the sixth minute maybe before, it basically plays the same thing as the piano, but come on, it's a guitar solo for me.
See my edit of my post.

I really don't associate Genesis much with guitar solos, but if I had to pick one maybe the ending solo on "Supper's Ready"? Or the ending of "All In a Mouse's Night" maybe. I'm also something of an aberration in Genesis fans, in that I don't salivate over Selling England. It's a good album, but far from their best in my opinion. That honour goes to Wind and Wuthering and A Trick of the Tail, with Trespass, Duke and The Lamb coming up close behind.
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Old 01-19-2021, 01:58 PM   #53 (permalink)
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See my edit of my post.

I really don't associate Genesis much with guitar solos, but if I had to pick one maybe the ending solo on "Supper's Ready"? Or the ending of "All In a Mouse's Night" maybe. I'm also something of an aberration in Genesis fans, in that I don't salivate over Selling England. It's a good album, but far from their best in my opinion. That honour goes to Wind and Wuthering and A Trick of the Tail, with Trespass, Duke and The Lamb coming up close behind.
Ahhh ok, thanks, I've already seen it, I also agree that the keyboards have too much presence in that song, but the piano and the guitar are great imo
I personally think that Selling England By The Pound is the best one with The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway being the second one, but I haven't listened to all albums by Genesis so I don't really know.
P.S: Do you like Jethro Tull? I've only listened to Aqualung and Bourée. I love Pink Floyd, Genesis and Yes, but I don't listen to Jethro Tull or King Crimson, don't know if I'm missing something "important".
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I'll always defend Queen from any critics, but the fact that we Spanish people have chosen Bohemian Rhapsody as the best song of all time five freakin' times out of seven (Highway To Hell and Satisfaction won once each) and that Stairway To Heaven didn't even reach the top 10 makes me cry.

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