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Stratman58
post Jun 19 2007, 08:32 AM
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Who else thinks that Buck from Blue Oyster Cult is one helluva inspiration? He's an awesome guitar player that I believe easily ranks with the top, although he doesn't seem to get the proper recognition.

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post Jun 19 2007, 01:54 PM
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Who else thinks that Buck from Blue Oyster Cult is one helluva inspiration? He's an awesome guitar player that I believe easily ranks with the top, although he doesn't seem to get the proper recognition.

Anybody else with me? huh.gif cool.gif


Well I have to be honest and say I'm not too familiar with the Cults catalogue. Not sure if they're that big over here in Europe?

BUT, a firm favorite of mine for many a year now has to be "Don't Fear the Reaper". Brilliant song and some fine guitar playing in that absolute classic!

I think the intro was one of the first riffs I ever tried to learn smile.gif. The break in the middle with the solo is inspired! I just listened to it up at Youtube and it still sounds spine-tingling! Hard 2 believe it's 31 years old!

I'm gonna plug in my guitar and play the riff now! ... seconds later ... I just did and it felt good smile.gif

David rolleyes.gif


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