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Eddies Blues - Eddie Cochran
Kommotion - Duane Eddie

I am cheating here because it is not an instrumental but would like to give it a mention because it has a beautiful guitar solo in it.........
Ticket To Heaven - Dire Straits.

Recently bought a cd "THE BEST OF INSTRUMENTAL 60'S GUITAR" VOL 1......which has some great tracks on....

VOL 2 is on my shopping list :wink:


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An instrumental Brian Setzer album sounds very interesting

http://briansetzer.com/new-album-setzer ... strumental


http://briansetzer.com/userfiles/image/ ... Art%5D.jpg

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Floyd Cramer - Last Date

R.E.M. - New Orleans instrumental #1

George Gershwin - Rhapsody in Blue

Glenn Miller - In the Mood

Chet Atkins - Trambone

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just listened to about 2 hours worth of Jazz with my Grandad, mostly Sid Phillips, so he gets a mention.

Other favourites

Angelo Badalamenti- Twin Peaks soundtrack

Booker T - Green Onions

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Richard Hawley wrote:
Take Five-The Dave Brubeck Quartet




Wow yeah...I remember my aunt introduced me to that tune... her fancy man was mad keen on jazz....they had album upon album every artist you could think of, totally cool cover art too......
when he died..she just got rid of all the records....bloody sad really....


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Jerry Reeds Jerrys Breakdown-- kind of head spinning

Ive tried to learn this loads of times and end up putting the guitar away for a while in order to recover


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ni8KBhnebwE

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Jerry Reeds Jerrys Breakdown-- kind of head spinning

Ive tried to learn this loads of times and end up putting the guitar away for a while in order to recover


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ni8KBhnebwE


Jesus, I quit.

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Alan Noir wrote:
johnny wrote:
Jerry Reeds Jerrys Breakdown-- kind of head spinning

Ive tried to learn this loads of times and end up putting the guitar away for a while in order to recover


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ni8KBhnebwE


Jesus, I quit.


This will scare you even more - Sierra was only about 16 when this was filmed...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9_eBoohqKTo

Oh yes - and her main instrument is the mandolin...

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More scarily good bluegrass instrumental work from Sierra Hull -

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hRV1W6_HK4w

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r8hjeZoS3wc

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amazing!!

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The instrumental music of Vig Mihaly/Mihály Víg - who does the scores for the films of Bela Tarr

Haunting, disturbing, beautiful stuff




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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tRl3VQQ0GUA

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My favourite instrumental I've heard in recent years is Hotel Loneliness by Link Wray

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iou3AlPFonY

When I started playing guitar relatively seriously about 4 years ago after a long, long lay off I heard this & it blew me away. Full of great melodies, really evocative and an awesome guitar sound. It's directly influenced at least 80% of my playing ever since.

Also Witchdoctor by our resident Mr Twangalot is phenomenal

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nrjRvCCWjBE

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Also Witchdoctor by our resident Mr Twangalot is phenomenal

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nrjRvCCWjBE


that is beast!

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Just thinking..the new version of Storm a coming would be one hell of an instrumental/ orchestral piece

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