Best guitar and/or drum solo

Discussion in 'Life After Brown' started by tourists24, Mar 14, 2009.

  1. tourists24

    tourists24 Well-Known Member

    After going through some other posts with music/musicians; and the fact I am gearing up for my first concert of 2009, I wanted to start a new thread with the hope of some good video.

    Whats the best performance you can recall. I will start with a video link to a concert tour that I attended that had this. Not exactly a solo, but you get the idea:



    *** note** there is about a 20 sec pause at the beginning, but the rest is amazing; especially from about the 4:00 mark on.
     
  2. 55andout?

    55andout? New Member

    Well the solo from Rush's YYZ is my all time favorite but this is right up there with it. I was really sold when they did a little sample from YYZ. GREAT THREAD!
     
  3. tourists24

    tourists24 Well-Known Member



    You know your drums
     
  4. fethrs

    fethrs Well-Known Member

    As soon as I saw the title to this thread I thought of Godsmack and Batalla de los Tambores. I saw them open for Metallica a few years ago and they played that, it was by far the best drum solo I have ever seen and they blew Metallica away.
     
  5. rushfan

    rushfan Well-Known Member

    Of course, I'm biased. I like Neil's solo from R-30 tour.
     
  6. soberups

    soberups Pees in the brown Koolaid

    Overture/Temples of Syrinx off of the "2112" album. Doesnt get any better than that.
     
  7. tourists24

    tourists24 Well-Known Member

    Santana - Europa
     
  8. tourists24

    tourists24 Well-Known Member



    Yngwie Malmsteen Acoustic Guitar Solo

    Ok,,, this guy's not too bad either
     
  9. tourists24

    tourists24 Well-Known Member

    ok,,, I have to throw one more in....



    Andy McKee - Guitar - Drifting
     
  10. Monkey Butt

    Monkey Butt You can call me Chappy Staff Member

    Good one Tour,
    I know I've listened to this at least a 1000 times. I have several versions of it. The Moonflower album is probably the best.
     
    Last edited: Mar 21, 2009
  11. wkmac

    wkmac Well-Known Member

    With a name like Rushfan, I'd have never guessed!
    :wink2:

    Go to Youtube and watch a younger Neil play jazz at a Buddy Rich tribute. Awesome!
     
  12. MC4YOU2

    MC4YOU2 Yep, not wearing brown anymore

    Stevie Ray Vaughn
    Voodoo Chile, Slight Return.
    Channellin' Jimi, I do declare now y'all. A spiritual experience.
     
  13. tourists24

    tourists24 Well-Known Member

    Stevie Ray Vaughan - Voodoo Chile (Slight Return)
     
  14. Monkey Butt

    Monkey Butt You can call me Chappy Staff Member

    Remember the first time I heard this. It was in a music store and can still remember the store person's face. I asked him what Jimi album this was from and he said it was not Jimi but this guy named Stevie Ray Vaughn. I did not believe him at first. Within a couple of months I had everything SRV had put out and continued to add afterwards. Jimi was one of my heroes growing up as a teenager. Now both are gone but their music still remains.
     
  15. wkmac

    wkmac Well-Known Member

    Jimi and SRV are both tragic figures in the sense that at the time of their deaths, both were moving more and more in a jazz oriented direction. Jimi with Little Wing but the SRV with the early Lenny and then IMO one of the most beautiful pieces written in Riveria Paradise.

    I have kids heavily involved in the music business and we are around quite often, great pro players on a personal level, names you guys would know and when both Hendrix and SRV are mentioned, to a player, the regret was what we missed out on had both lived and evolved in their music.

    As a child of the 60's, many kids were fans of the Monkees and I and my friends were no different. In 1967' the Monkees toured the US and when they came to Charlotte NC, a friend's big sister and her boyfriend took us to go see them. The boyfriend however kept talking about this guitarist guy who was going to open up for them but we had no clue. Yeah, you guessed it, it was Jimi. Sadly it was the only time I saw Jimi play and I remember very little of his performance mainly because I'd never heard his music and who pays attention to opening acts? Yeah I learned from that mistake!:happy-very:

    Paid off a few years latter when in the spring of 73' I went to see a fav of mine in Quicksilver Messenger Service at a local Jr. college. (Hoax, the Jr college is now Kennesaw State) and the opening act was a band from Jacksonville Fla. who were very good. This band would explode on the scene in the fall opening for The Who on the Quadraphenia tour. The band was Lynyrd Skynyrd.
     
  16. 55andout?

    55andout? New Member

    This link is classical music on the electric guitar but it is awesome.

    Cannon rock version
     

  17. Warren Haynes is the :censored2:!
     
  18. Monkey Butt

    Monkey Butt You can call me Chappy Staff Member

    Gov't Mule is a great Jam band.
    I have 8 albums by them and one of my favorite is on the New Orleans live album playing with Jimmy Herring.
    Jimmy headed up a band that did Fusion/Electric Jazz versions of the Grateful Dead.
     
  19. tourists24

    tourists24 Well-Known Member

    Warren Haynes puts on a Christmas Jam here every year.... one big musicfest....
     
  20. The Mule is my favorite band. I saw them in Feb. at House of Blues in Houston. I plan on seeing Warren with The Allman Bros. in Oct. Derek Trucks is awesome also. Check this out.