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Far Cough 8:55 Thu Jan 25
It's old but probably the best guitar performance ever?
Prince:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6SFNW5F8K9Y

and the guitar toss at the end

Move over Jimi :-)

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Gazza_AZ 11:25 Mon Jan 29
Re: It's old but probably the best guitar performance ever?
Last try
M O R E L L O

Gazza_AZ 11:25 Mon Jan 29
Re: It's old but probably the best guitar performance ever?
Tom Murello (bloody autocorrect)
Google it

Gazza_AZ 11:23 Mon Jan 29
Re: It's old but probably the best guitar performance ever?
Tom Murillo (Rage against the Machine) did an excellent guitar solo - with Bruce Springsteen at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction ceremony a few years back.
Its up there with the Prince solo - who knew Prince was that good of a guitar player...

arsene york-hunt 9:32 Mon Jan 29
Re: It's old but probably the best guitar performance ever?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HerXDKeesCY

lowlife 7:54 Mon Jan 29
Re: It's old but probably the best guitar performance ever?
His ‘interview’ with Maria Bartiromo is worth a watch;

https://youtu.be/CTH7m-IyFj4

Massively underrated all-round musician IMO

Far Cough 7:09 Mon Jan 29
Re: It's old but probably the best guitar performance ever?
Jeff Lynne all day long

Northern Sold 2:27 Mon Jan 29
Re: It's old but probably the best guitar performance ever?
Mick Geggus (Cockney Rejects) - Greatest Cockney Rip Off

Dolittle 1:33 Mon Jan 29
Re: It's old but probably the best guitar performance ever?
Jeff Lynne or Chas Hodges?

Razzle 12:46 Mon Jan 29
Re: It's old but probably the best guitar performance ever?
Here's one more to cement it..

https://youtu.be/yYsBZXTy2os

Razzle 12:44 Mon Jan 29
Re: It's old but probably the best guitar performance ever?
I'll raise you a John McLaughlin

https://youtu.be/SdGYBI1fBhs

Athletico Easthamico 1:12 Sat Jan 27
Re: It's old but probably the best guitar performance ever?
Guitar greats on BBC 4 now.

seth 12:36 Sat Jan 27
Re: It's old but probably the best guitar performance ever?
Zeb: wow that's great to hear. I once beat Bic's dad at pool in the Shakespeare's Head in Brighton. Thst's as close as I get to a claim on being linked to Cardiacs. I bought the seaside in an indie record shop in 1989 maybe. Really liked levitation too. Somehow a great humanity to the bands in that scene that has touched a lot of people. The warmth for Tim at the moment is very profound I think.

daveyg 12:08 Sat Jan 27
Re: It's old but probably the best guitar performance ever?
Cough
Just read this about it from Tom Petty
I sort of went over to him and said, “Just cut loose and don’t feel sort of inhibited to copy anything that we have, just play your thing, just have a good time.” It was a hell of a guitar solo, and a hell of a show he actually put on for the band. When he fell back into the audience, everybody in the band freaked out, like, “Oh my God, he’s falling off the stage!” And then that whole thing with the guitar going up in the air. I didn’t even see who caught it. I just saw it go up, and I was astonished that it didn’t come back down again. Everybody wonders where that guitar went, and I gotta tell you, I was on the stage, and I wonder where it went, too.

Brilliant-Genius

zebthecat 11:44 Fri Jan 26
Re: It's old but probably the best guitar performance ever?
Thanks seth and what a song that is.

My absolute favourite band and I have have history with them. Was part of the early 80's psychedelic thing around Croydon and there was a loose group of bands that swapped members and these guys were one of them. A band I was in supported them a couple of times and we used to go to each others gigs and drink a lot. Our drummer was from Ring who's guitarist is in that clip and we used to jam from time to time for a laugh.
Got married and had a kid but many years later ended up in a band with this drummer and came back to the old family again.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N5QYijFfOaQ
Tim Smith is a genius no doubt

daveyg 11:43 Fri Jan 26
Re: It's old but probably the best guitar performance ever?
Just watched that,thanks Cough

seth 11:07 Fri Jan 26
Re: It's old but probably the best guitar performance ever?
One for Zeb:

https://youtu.be/co6eZmQl1yg

To my mind Cardiacs are a band fronted by one of the true bona fide musical geniuses of our generation. Revered by bands as diverse as Blur, Marillion, Napalm Death, Faith No More and Radiohead.

If any of you feel like giving a tenner to a good cause this guy needs a hand: http://www.progarchives.com/forum/forum_posts.asp?TID=112630

BRANDED 10:44 Fri Jan 26
Re: It's old but probably the best guitar performance ever?
well. You don't get good without a decent bow tie.

zebthecat 10:39 Fri Jan 26
Re: It's old but probably the best guitar performance ever?
Good though he is branded I can't get past the bow tie.

As for isolated, check out the Ox
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=80dsyo2Ox-0

lowermarshhammer 10:33 Fri Jan 26
Re: It's old but probably the best guitar performance ever?
Stumbled across this

https://youtu.be/yZ0NOKmxM0M

Jimi, Watchtower, live, separated guitar track only.

It's pretty fucking good.

BRANDED 10:29 Fri Jan 26
Re: It's old but probably the best guitar performance ever?
This is much better

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-C66n1-k8Ew

Northern Sold 10:18 Fri Jan 26
Re: It's old but probably the best guitar performance ever?
Good MATE of mine that I shared a beer with at lunchtime... plays a more than decent axe

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wWU4rMH-YcI

05:40... Mr Scooter Taylor....

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