I like how the writer references all of these random bootlegs. Of course a musician is going to screw up every once in a while. You can't expect them to play great every night.
Pop the cork
Epic and Do You Feel Like We Do on this list?!
This critic must listen to some really sh**ty solo's then.
Purificame...no me abandones.....
Is Fight For Your Right to Party on the list?
This list is full of fail.
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I strongly disagree with the inclusion of "2x4" on this list.
That said, I strongly disagree with any list of this sort. Guitar solos should not be ranked based on the perceived technical skill it took to play them.
Summertime Blues is an awesome solo! The only solos I would really call bad are the ones that essentially bring the song to a screeching halt for the purpose of showing off. Like virtually every solo in the Glam Metal genre. Incidentally, I think the greatest solo ever is the outro to Psycho Killer.
We were once so close to heaven
Peter came out and gave us medals
Declaring us the nicest of the damned
I checked the entire list.
The entire article is an exercise in bad taste.
As someone who rarely plays solo, and memorizes them even less, I've learned the solo for Two Princes (in which, they don't complain about the solo at all. They complain about the song) which is trickier than people would think. The first half of it is easy, but then the second half has some unusual timing.
I consider the solo for All You Need Is Love to be perfectly appropriate for the song.
He complains about a never-released Beatles outtake?
And the complaints get remarkably personal-
So... guitarworld is advocating sexual violence as retribution for "musical crimes?"Duffy deserves to be sodomized by the entire Hells Angels for the disgrace he made of this biker anthem.