It seems to be much more a solo -- a long 11 minutes solo -- than a song. Posted August 2, Bucket seemed to enjoy that a lot.
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I'm sure you are well aware of whom I mean. If these guys were releasing as much music pdmasana Buckethead, Id be very, very happy, and id listen to it all. I can almost hear him actually. If Buckethead is a talented freak or not, it has nothing to do with his ability to release an album like that.
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I think his concepts are very unique, he developed his own thing and that's what he does. Please let me know if you disagree. But ZoSoRose suggested 3 songs. I can clearly picture axl singing all over that track.
We in the fan forums know the importance of Izzy but that's not the case for the general rock fan. I was under the impression pdmasana he just could not restrain himself from playing at least 18 notes per second after listening to him playing GNR solos onstage with Axl Rose.
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If it doesn't make you feel anything, then you've got your answer right there. For the amount of material he has released you can't blame the guy for doing big solos Not to mention some solos of the self titeld, VR and Snakepit. Children fear him, critics rage. Take jazz for example: Bucket seemed to enjoy that a lot. At least his music is more than looped phrases for nine minutes with a touch of guitar noodling. I cant understand how Slash can handle listening to this guys voice.
But that doesnt really matter. Of course that if you listen to it many times you can memorize it but it is not the same. Yeah, Slash needs Izzy and Axl.
I would love to recommend you more tracks of Buckethead, the thing is, you shouldn't ask for specific tracks. Edited July 30, by Towelie. You are absolutely right, Slash still has got great riffs and ideas and solos all over his songs. Posted August 6, Maybe he will answer later. I must admit that I gave up on the 9th minute once I realized that Buckethead was not gonna change the chord sequence and that he was just gonna keep on soloing over it like he did on the previous nine minutes.
I just listened to some of the songs you mentioned and his solos are bucketheaad like you described and not like I described. Posted August 2, Other question -- would you like other bands and artists to do the same as Buckethead does?
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You need to be a member in order to leave a comment. Gackt didnt answer me yet.