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PostSubject: Awesome solos glossary.   Mon Oct 29, 2007 3:36 pm

Post your own. Add times. Rate the ones up out of 10, we'll see what the REAL best solos are :O

Black Sabbath - "Kill In The Spirit World" [02:18 - 02:56] [Tony Iommi]
Avg. Rating: 8.0.
Jason Becker - "Perpetual Burn" [01:34 - 01:46] [Jason Becker]
Avg. Rating: 9.0.
Blackmore's Night - "Fires at Midnight" [04:45 - 06:34] [Ritchie Blackmore]
Avg. Rating: 6.0.
David Bowie - "Moonage Daydream" [03:14 - 04:27] [Mick Ronson]
Avg. Rating: 8.6.
Pink Floyd - "A Great Day for Freedom" [02:25 - 04:13] [David Gilmour]
Avg. Rating: 4.0.
Sublime - "Santeria" [01:32 - 01:54] [Bradley Nowell]
Avg. Rating: 8.0.


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PostSubject: Re: Awesome solos glossary.   Mon Oct 29, 2007 5:52 pm

Eifion! Shred! T.Rex! wrote:
Post your own. Add times. Rate the ones up out of 10, we'll see what the REAL best solos are :O

Black Sabbath - "Kill In The Spirit World" [02:18 - 02:56] [Tony Iommi]


David Bowie - "Moonage Daydream" [03:14 - 04:27] [Mick Ronson]

8/10 - Haunting and epic.

9/10 - Fits the mood of the song almost perfectly.

I'll listen to the others later. For now...

Pink Floyd - "A Great Day for Freedom" [02:25 - 04:13] [David Gilmour]
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PostSubject: Re: Awesome solos glossary.   Wed Nov 14, 2007 5:52 pm

Sublime - "Santeria" [01:32 - 01:54] [Bradley Nowell]
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PostSubject: Re: Awesome solos glossary.   Thu Nov 15, 2007 9:48 am

Here're mine:

Kill In The Spirit World: 8. (Needs to be longer, and finish on the tonic note.)
Perpetual Burn: 9. (Godly tapping... too short Sad)
Fires at Midnight: 6. (Too overblown, the natural harmonics are questionable. Lovely tone and phrasing, though.)
Moonage Daydream: 8. (YAY!)
A Great Day For Freedom: 3. (I wasn't impressed, let's put it that way. Extremely boring solo, that.)
Santeria: 7. (Good, needs to be longer.)
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PostSubject: Re: Awesome solos glossary.   Thu Nov 15, 2007 1:32 pm

Black Sabbath - "Kill In The Spirit World" 8.5
Jason Becker - "Perpetual Burn" 9
Blackmore's Night - "Fires at Midnight" 6
David Bowie - "Moonage Daydream" 9
Pink Floyd - "A Great Day for Freedom" 5
Sublime - "Santeria" 9. just because of the pure emotion. my spine tingles during this solo.

and a new one:

Stevie Ray Vaughan - "Little Wing" [Stevie Ray Vaughan, based on the composition by Jimi Hendrix] [the whole song is amazing, but my favorite part is 3:16 - 3:58]
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PostSubject: Re: Awesome solos glossary.   Thu Nov 15, 2007 1:39 pm

hotsnakes wrote:
Black Sabbath - "Kill In The Spirit World" 8.5
Jason Becker - "Perpetual Burn" 9
Blackmore's Night - "Fires at Midnight" 6
David Bowie - "Moonage Daydream" 9
Pink Floyd - "A Great Day for Freedom" 5
Sublime - "Santeria" 9. just because of the pure emotion. my spine tingles during this solo.

and a new one:

Stevie Ray Vaughan - "Little Wing" [Stevie Ray Vaughan, based on the composition by Jimi Hendrix] [the whole song is amazing, but my favorite part is 3:16 - 3:58]

No decimals. The decimals are up there for the averages.

And should I stick Little Wing up there with 3:16 - 3:58 as the solo in question?
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PostSubject: Re: Awesome solos glossary.   Sun Nov 18, 2007 4:06 pm

Eifion! Shred! T.Rex! wrote:
hotsnakes wrote:
Black Sabbath - "Kill In The Spirit World" 8.5
Jason Becker - "Perpetual Burn" 9
Blackmore's Night - "Fires at Midnight" 6
David Bowie - "Moonage Daydream" 9
Pink Floyd - "A Great Day for Freedom" 5
Sublime - "Santeria" 9. just because of the pure emotion. my spine tingles during this solo.

and a new one:

Stevie Ray Vaughan - "Little Wing" [Stevie Ray Vaughan, based on the composition by Jimi Hendrix] [the whole song is amazing, but my favorite part is 3:16 - 3:58]

No decimals. The decimals are up there for the averages.

And should I stick Little Wing up there with 3:16 - 3:58 as the solo in question?

yeah

and make KITSW an 8


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PostSubject: Re: Awesome solos glossary.   Sun Nov 18, 2007 4:47 pm

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Solo time : (2:27-3:50
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