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Discussion in 'General Metal Discussion' started by MoSeN, Mar 21, 2015.
Way too many to list, but these are the first two that came to mind...
... starts around the 4:50 mark.
.. around 3:30
What can I say, next to Iommi, Blackmore is the greatest living guitarist! Fuck the haters... I love Blackmore's Night!!
Early on, Hank Shermann and Michael Denner. Shermann especially had so many awesome solos on every damn album that Mercyful Fate released. Listening closely, hearing the 'texture' (for a lack of a better word) he creates... wow. It was Shermann who made me fall in love with lead guitar work. Period.
Then later on, Luca Turilli's work in Rhapsody. Prob my favorite neo-classical guitarist.
top of my head...
The whole performance reminds me of jazz. With the solo being the trumpet
Everything that occurs between 5:29 and 8:40
Almost entire Necrophagist discography. But there are too many to list.
1:55, the actual solo is 2:34, another at 3:47
There are probably hundreds I love, but here's one that I always come back to:
starts around the 5:05 mark
Far too many to mention, but here are a few of them:
The following two songs are not metal, but I include them nevertheless:
Nice. Except that Coroner song which I hadn't heard of before it surprises me how I hadn't noticed the solos' good sound in those songs before.
Edit: @Burkhard, I liked the last 2 songs in your post.