pretty sweet, with the exception of some really really bad guitar solos.
yeah, i agree with you there. i think the world has musically moved past guitar solos, other than jam bands.
i wouldn't necessarily say that. theres just a very stark difference between someone who knows how to improvise on a guitar and someone who flails around aimlessly.
well definitely, but even in that realm, you can have someone who is super good at guitar but thinks a flailing, discordant solo fits the song or makes him stylistically different. i just don't see what solos particularly accomplish within an actual song. like... i don't know how to say it. they don't convey anything to me for the most part. like... it's just filler or show offing 99% of the time it seems.
like all music, it is a matter of subjective opinion;)what i mean is that there are people who can shift with nuance in and out of a chord progression with beautiful melodic sensitivity like john scofield or wes montgomery. it is an art form unto itself.
ok, i'll give you that. those guys rule.
is this tyler btw?
would love to hear "Anonymous" and "hmmm", aka professional musicians and music reviewers, doin' those solos.i'm the really, really bad guitarist btw.
I didn't notice any horrible solos. This album is still blowing my mind a week later...start to finish.
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