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Rainbow - Vielleich Das Nachster Zeit
Rainbow - Weiss Heim
Blackmore's Night - Durch dem wald zum Bach haus
Blackmore's Night - Memmingen
Blackmore's Night - Beyond The Sunset
Focus - Sylvia
Celtic Legacy - Sloidephuc Doin
MSG - Bijou Pleasurette
Jon Lord - Burntwood
Jeff Beck - Where were you?



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Rainbow - Vielleich Das Nachster Zeit



Gaaaaaaaarrrrrggghhh!!!
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Deep Purple - April part 1



How do the sections in your mind look like?

Part one: Instrumental Band Section
Part two: Orchestra section
Part three: Band section with vocals

That´s how I´d see it.




Me too emoticon

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Deep Purple - Wring That Neck
Rainbow - Weiss Heim
Ian Gillan - Second Sight
Santana - Europa (earths cry heavens smile)
Hendrix - EXP
Montrose - One And A Half
Joe Satriani - Rubina's Blue Sky Happiness
Jeff Beck - El Becko
Scorpions - Sails Of Charon
Steve Morse - Eyes Of A Child
Eric Johnson - Cliffs Of Dover
Steve Vai - In The Name Of God

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Gary Moore - a nice one on the Wild Frontier album, what's it called again?

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Frankenstein - Edgar Winter Group
Glad - Traffic
In Memory of Elizabeth Reed - Allman Brothers
The Flasher - Curved Air
Stratus - Billy Cobham

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Steve Vai - In The Name Of God




no, seriously? emoticon



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Atle, that's The Loner. Check out the earlier version of the tune on Cozy Powell's Over The Top album (which is a great album anyway).

It's hardly a coincidence that Moore plays on the CP album although not on that track!


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Gillans micstand wrote: "Scorpions - Sails Of Charon"




This song has lyrics doesn't it?






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Not that I'm aware of,but there may be a version with lyrics.
Check out Yngwie's Inspiration album,that version has no lyrics,I haven't played Scorpions "Taken By Force" in many years,so I'm drawing a blank on it at the moment,but I have jammed on inspiration in recent years.
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