Waiting so long – Supertramp

Uma fotomontagem em tributo ao Supertramp sobre a música Waiting So Long do álbum Famous Last Words (1982). Did you get all you want? Did you see the whole show? Where’s all the fun That we used to know? As the memories fade Way out of view I’d love those old days To come back to you I’ve been waiting so long I’m not feeling so strong Do you say what you mean? Do you mean what you say? About this new scene Is it really that way? The blindness goes on The blindness goes on You say it’s not so But what do you know? I’ve been waiting so long I’m not feeling so strong Ain’t nothing new, it’s just the same old thing You got me singing those old blues again Angry music, words of fire Painted faces filled with rage Even then they sound so tired I must be set in my old ways If this world is unimpressive It’s been that way for quite awhile I don’t need no heavy message Just turn me on and make me smile Yes I’ve been waiting such a long time Just for something to ring true Now I’d rather taste the old wine Than mess around with something new And the blindness goes on The blindness goes on… Supertramp: Rick Davies John Helliwell Roger Hodgson Bob Siebenberg Dougie Thomson Caras, vocês são demais! 😉

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Another Man’s Woman – Supertramp

A cover version of “Another Man’s Woman” from Supertramp. Released in the album “Crisis? What Crisis? in 1975, I covered the live version appearing in the anthology or “It Was The Best Of Times”. The middle part of the cover is self improvised, so is not as good as the Rick Davies’ solo. Hope you like it! Many people have been requesting for the sheet. If you want it, please let me know your email adress, so I can send it to you. Thanks!

Who are the best Rock Guitarists of all time? Do you think Blackmore would feature?

Downloadable music scores: Supertramp: From Now On – R. Davies

Hendrix, Jimmy Page, Eric Clapton, Keith Richards. Not necessarily in that order. I’m sure I’m forgetting many. Who is Blackmore? Oh the guy from Deep Purple. He’s alright. Jeff Beck makes my list. Duane Allman.

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Rolling Stone Magazine put out a Top 100 list a few years ago and it’s pretty good, though everyone has their own opinions. My favorites are Warren Haynes, Derek Trucks, Robert Randolph, Trey Anastasio, Duane Allman, Jeff Beck, Jimmy Herring and I like a lot of the new axe grinders like Chuck Garvey and Al Schnier from moe. and Josh Clark from Tea Leaf Green. There are probably hundreds more that are also awesome.

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Years ago Paul mcCartney gave an interview to Rolling Stone magazine and was asked thatsame question.Sir Paul names Hendrix as number one Eddie vanHalen number two

1. Jimi Hendrix (Jimi Hendrix Experence, Band of Gypsys) 2. Jeff Beck (The Yardbirds, Jeff Beck Group, session work, solo) 3. Eddie Van Halen (Van Halen) 4. Eric Clapton (The Yardbirds, Cream, Blind Faith, Derek & The Dominos, solo) 5. Jimmy Page Yardbirds, Led Zeppelin, The Firm 6. Ritchie Blackmore (Deep Purple, Rainbow, Blackmore’s Night) 7. Tony Iommi (Black Sabbath, solo) 8. Chuck Berry (solo) 9. Duane Allman (Allman Brothers Band, Derek & The Dominos, session work)10. Robert Fripp (King Crimson, session work, solo) 11. Scotty Moore (Elvis Presley)12. Steve Howe (Yes, Asia, the Syndicats, solo)13. Brian May (Queen, solo)14. David Gilmour (Pink Floyd, solo)15. Carlos Santana (Santana, solo)16. Pete Townshend (The Who, solo)17. Steve Cropper (Booker T & the MG’s, Mar-Keys, Blues Brothers Band)18. Steve Vai (Frank Zappa, Alcatrazz, David Lee Roth, Whitesnake, solo)19. Yngwie Malmsteen (Steeler, Alcatrazz, solo)20. Roy Buchanan (solo, session work)21. Danny Gatton (solo, session work)22. Phil Keaggy (Glass Harp, solo)23. Jan Akkerman (Focus, solo)24. Steve Morse (Deep Purple, Dixie Dregs, solo)25. Eric Johnson (The Electromagnets, solo)26. Mark Knopfler (Dire Straits)27. Joe Satriani (solo)28. Steve Hackett (Genesis, solo)29. Keith Richards (The Rolling Stones, solo)30. George Harrison (The Beatles, solo)31. Alex Lifeson (Rush)32. Randy Rhoads (Quiet Riot, Ozzy Osbourne)33. Uli Jon Roth (Scorpions, solo)34. Michael Schenker (Scorpions, UFO, MSG)35. Gary Moore (Thin Lizzy, Colosseum II, solo)36, 37, & 38. Joe Messina/Robert White*/Eddie Willis (The Funk Brothers)39. James Burton (Ricky Nelson, Elvis Presley, session work)40. Link Wray (solo)41. Jimmy Nolen (The J.B.’s, Johnny Otis Band, Maceo & All the King’s Men)42. Lonnie Mack (solo, session work)43. Dick Dale (solo)44. Jerry Garcia (Grateful Dead, Jerry Garcia Band, solo, session work)45. Marty Friedman (Cacophony, Megadeth, solo)46. Frank Zappa (Mothers Of Invention, solo)47. Cliff Gallup (Gene Vincent’s Blue Caps)48. Dickey Betts (Allman Brothers Band, Dickey Betts Band)49. Joe Walsh (The Eagles, The James Gang, solo)50. Shawn Lane (Black Oak Arkansas, The Willys, HLS, solo)51. Hank Marvin (The Shadows)52. Bo Diddley (solo)53. Curtis Mayfield (Impressions, solo)54. Terry Kath (Chicago)55. Eddie Hazel (Funkadelic, solo)56 & 57. Thurston Moore / Lee Ranaldo (Sonic Youth)58. Rory Gallagher (solo)59. Tommy Bolin (Deep Purple, session work, solo)60. Warren Haynes (Allman Brothers Band, Govt Mule)61. Mick Taylor (Rolling Stones)62. Mick Ronson (David Bowie)63. Andy Summers (The Police, session work, solo)64 & 65. Glenn Tipton/K.K. Downing (Judas Priest)66. Steve Lukather (Toto, session work)67. Neal Schon (Santana, Journey)68. Slash (Guns N’ Roses, Slash’s Snakepit, Velvet Revolver, session work)69 & 70. Dave Murray/Adrian Smith (Iron Maiden)71. John Petrucci (Dream Theater, Liquid Tension Experiment, solo)72 & 73. James Hetfield/Kirk Hammett (Metallica)74. The Edge (U2)75. Johnny Marr (The Smiths)76. Buckethead (solo, Praxis)77. Paul Gilbert (Mr. Big, Racer X, solo)78. Vinnie Moore (UFO, Alice Cooper, solo)79. Tony MacAlpine (M.A.R.S., Planet X, Ring Of Fire, CAB, solo)80. Billy Gibbons (ZZ Top)81. Alvin Lee (Ten Years After)82 & 83. Angus Young/Malcolm Young (AC/DC)84. Michael Landau (session work, Raging Honkies, Michael Landau Group)85. Carl Verheyen (session work, Supertramp, Carl Verheyen Band)86. Adrian Belew (King Crimson, solo)87 & 88. Scott Gorham/Brian Robertson (Thin Lizzy)89. Neil Young (Buffalo Springfield, CSNY, solo)90 & 91. Dave Davies/Ray Davies (The Kinks)92. Leslie West (Mountain)93. Duane Eddy (solo)94. Derek Trucks (The Allman Brothers Band, Frogwings, Derek Trucks Band)95. Big Jim Sullivan (session work)96. Mickey Baker (session work, Mickey & Sylvia)97. Robin Trower (Procol Harum, solo)98. Jorma Kaukonen (Jefferson Airplane, Hot Tuna)99. Johnny Ramone (The Ramones)100. Frank Marino (Mahogany Rush)——————————————————————————–101. Dimebag Darrell (Pantera)102. Ronnie Montrose (Montrose)103. Martin Barre (Jethro Tull)104. Tom Morello (Rage Against the Machine, Audioslave)105. Carl Perkins (solo)106 & 107. Allen Collins/Gary Rossington (Lynyrd Skynyrd)108. Paul Kossoff (Free)109. John Cipollina (Quicksilver Messenger Service)110. Andy Timmons (Danger Danger, solo)111. Ted Nugent (The Amboy Dukes, Damn Yankees, solo)112. John Fogerty (Creedence Clearwater Revival, solo)113. Chuck Schuldiner (Death)114. Bill Nelson (Be Bop Deluxe, solo)115. Richie Kotzen (Poison, Mr. Big, solo)116. Alex Skolnick (Testament, Savatage, solo)117. Jason Becker (Cacophony, David Lee Roth)118 & 119. Joe Perry/Brad Whitford (Aerosmith)120. Rick Derringer (McCoys, Edgar Winter, solo, ses

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