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Title: THE GUITAR 1970-1979 | THE DECADE OF LEGENDS
Source: YT
URL Source: https://youtu.be/HN1bp7-dfA4
Published: Aug 17, 2018
Author: Rick Beato
Post Date: 2018-09-08 12:33:48 by Liberator
Keywords: Music, Guitar, 1970s
Views: 515
Comments: 8

In this episode I discuss the guitar players that every serious guitarist [or those who just appreciate music/guitar and different styles] should know between 1970-1979. A comprehensive guide of styles covering Classical, Blues, Jazz, Country and Rock & Roll. ~ Rick Beato


Poster Comment:

(btw, where did the 'MUSIC' category go??)

This guy, Rick Beato, does a tremendous job of explaining and breaking down the dynamics and styles of music overall -- and specifically in this case, 1970s Guitarists. As most of us already know, that decade represented the pinochle of amazing axe work.

Pretty fascinating overview and breakdown of what went on (there's a 'Part 1' as well), even to the average guy who listens to but doesn't quite understand what the artist/guitarist is trying to do. Beato is like...an Interpreter.

I'm a R&R guy, more 60s-80s classic-pop at that. And not especially a big fan of some of those prolonged wild guitar rides of 70s. I prefer the solos and rides be somewhat contained and structured as to not distract from the overall track. That's just me.

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#1. To: sneakypete, Deckard, justified, all (#0) (Edited)

For those of you who appreciated Boston...

Rick Beato does a spectacular job of breaking down Tom Scholtz' revolutionary, groundbreaking style...and of this particular track and its intricacies. Who knew what Scholtz had put together was this complicated? But...it was. And still is. 42 years later it's even more impressive:

'What Makes This Song Great?' BOSTON (Hitch A Ride).

The other day I posted links to the best cover band I've ever seen/heard:

Lexington Lab Band.

Check out their crisp, rendition of Hitch A Ride; Spot-on crystal-clear guitar work, bass, keyboards, drums, tone...the girls doing the supporting vocals. A+ WORTHY arrangement and performance. They do this...JUST FOR FUN. And if you appreciate late 70s and 80s stuff, man...they are GOOD.

Liberator  posted on  2018-09-08   12:50:21 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#2. To: Liberator (#1)

I have been a big fan of Roy Clark, Terry kath, Nugent and Eddie Van halen.

So many great players. Not sure how you stack them all?

Big fan of Boston.

Justified  posted on  2018-09-08   13:05:28 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#3. To: Justified (#2)

I have been a big fan of Roy Clark, Terry kath, Nugent and Eddie Van halen.

So many great players. Not sure how you stack them all?

Same here. I appreciate all those guys and their respective style. I guess it depends on our mood. And musical taste at any given moment. (yeah, kinda like food).

Yesterday I liked Chinese better than Italian; Today I might like the Manicotti and marinara better than last night's Chicken & Chinese vegetables and spring roll. Tomorrow? Good ol' fashion American char broiled burger over the Manicotti.

Liberator  posted on  2018-09-08   13:27:42 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#4. To: Justified (#2) (Edited)

Big fan of Boston.

Then you MUST check out Lexington Lab Band doing their Boston set (Hitch A Ride, Peace of Mind, Rock and Roll Band, Foreplay/Longtime.) Stunning.

Liberator  posted on  2018-09-08   13:30:04 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#5. To: Liberator (#0)

As most of us already know, that decade represented the pinochle of amazing axe work.

I'm missing out 'cause I never learned to play pinochle.

Hank Rearden  posted on  2018-09-08   15:03:40 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#6. To: Justified, Liberator (#2) (Edited)

Terry Kath

The early Chicago albums just wouldn't have been anywhere near as good without Terry's blistering guitar performances. Most people think of Chicago as just a "horn band" but Kath elevated them to a level that has never been approached IMHO.

Great singer as well. It's a bloody shame that he tragically died so early, 31 or 32 years old IIRC.

Roy Clark

An under-rated bluegrass genius - multi-instrumentalist and was a virtuoso on any stringed instrument.

Eddie Van Halen

Revolutionized guitar playing in the 70's much in the same way Hendrix did in the sixties.

A few of my faves are Robin Trower, Pete Anderson (Dwight Yoakam's guitarist) Dwayne Allman, Clapton - really just too many to mention.

Just found this gem featuring Terry Kath, Danny Seraphine and and Walter Parazaider, Pre-Chicago in a band called "The Missing Links".

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Deckard  posted on  2018-09-08   16:40:08 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#7. To: Liberator (#0)

VxH  posted on  2018-09-08   19:28:08 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#8. To: Liberator (#0)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dlc6xCPx60U

Toy and Tommy Caldwell created magic with the Marshall Tucker Band. Toy with his flute,and Tommy with his guitar. One of my all-time favorite bands.

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sneakypete  posted on  2018-09-08   20:38:40 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


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