"The End" Sparring Guitar Sequence-

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"The End" Sparring Guitar Sequence-

Postby Steve-o » Fri Jan 10, 2003 9:01 pm

I cant find the other thread, but I just listened again to the original (several times).....

There are nine parts, 3 each and I really think it goes like this:

Paul George John
Paul George John
Paul George & John-the last riff...

Ram and Auj? I cant remember what you folks said---but the Anthology say confirms the above order.....Modern drummer said it's Harrison/lennon/McCartney in that Ringo article...I can't believe that's true...

The live versions of course have many more than 3 sets (5 on Tripping and more on BITUS)
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Postby Aujouret » Sat Jan 11, 2003 5:04 am

I stand by John's words. Those rough nasty licks at the end are John's.
Also Mark Lewisohn backs up John, as well.
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Postby Jimi Hendrixx » Tue Feb 04, 2003 8:08 pm

I love the guitar solos - i just wish they were longer. Overall, you have to say that the guitar solo idea was brilliant - just wish they really ripped on it. I can understand John's criticism of Abbey Road being a bit too polished - I wish they were a little more raw.

If you want to reaally hear guitar solo done right, check out my version of Machine Gun on Band of Gypsys.
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Postby Jimi Hendrixx » Tue Feb 04, 2003 10:43 pm

Or my version of Purple Haze, manic depression, Machine Gun, and assorted other rock classics.
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Postby Jimi Hendrixx » Thu Feb 06, 2003 11:00 pm

Beautiful music is Abbey Road. It's dreamy and trippin' and all up in clouds. But, sadly, the arrangements, dig, they be too perfect and too prestine for this old hippy to truly groove around the joint, too in a sort of texture way.

One group i groove too outside the Beatle-boys is CREAM - they is bad
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