Monday, June 02, 2008

The 100 Greatest Guitar Songs of all Time?

You decide. (You'll have to because an old poop like me hasn't heard half of them.)

4 comments:

Scott Parker said...

I was quite irritated that Terry Kath, Chicago's great guitarist, was not represented with at least one song. I mean, is the solo in "25 or 6 to 4" not at least as good as half the songs on this list? Just listen to the first 7 records and you tell me?

norby said...

I thought I would recognize more songs than I did.

What's impressive is how many names are repeated on the list, and the fact that the name at number one, is only there the one time...

Cap'n Bob Napier said...

Point of order, Mr. Chairman! Other than "Walk Don't Run" and maybe one or two more (I never heard of many of them so I will accept any corrections), these are not guitar songs, as in instrumentals. They're mainly songs with vocals that have, in the opinion of the twit writing the article, good guitar bridges or riffs. At least he got #1 right.

Anders E said...

No Bo on the list? The writer evidently doesn't know Diddley.