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  1. #11
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    Tank was the working name of that little instrumental on WACF. I think it was finally titled "Growth" if I'm not mistaken.


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    Stevie Ray's version of Little Wing.... Didn't need to sing a single word, the guitar did every bit of the singing...incredible
    Showbiz is so Thrilling, The Camera Rolls she's Willing!
    OH No! They Won't Believe It When they! OH NO! See what Their Seeing. Go See Baby Now!

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    VH-Eruption, Spanish Fly, Cathedral, Balunchitherium
    Eric Johnson-Cliffs of Dover, Trademark
    Jeff Beck-Two Rivers, Cause We've Ended as Lovers (best instrumental ever), Goodbye Porkpie Hat, Beck's BoleroMany more
    Joe Satriani-Always With Me, Always With You, Surfing With the Alien, Summer Song, The Extremist
    Steve Vai-For the Love of God, I would Love To, Erotic Nightmares
    Iron Maiden-Losfer Words (Big 'Orra)
    Led Zeppelin-Moby Dick
    Black Crowes-Sunday Night Buttermilk Waltz
    Gary Moore-The Loner
    Rush-La Villa Strangiato, YYZ, Leave That Thing Alone, The Main Monkey Business
    SRV-Rude Mood, Chitlons Con Carne, Rivera Paradise, Little Wing
    Ronnie Montrose-Mach 1
    Metallica-Orion, The Call of Ktulu
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    How bout The Shadows?
    Apache is a great instrumental and Hank Marvin is a God!

    Apache, from the BBC's 'Top Of The Pops' in 1967:

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    Van Halen - Eruption, Spanish Fly, Tora! Tora!, Growth, SAITP, Cathedral, Intruder, Little Guitars, 1984, 316, Strung Out, Baluchitherium, Doin' Time, Neworld, Primary
    Randy Rhoads - Dee
    Def Leppard - that song that goes after "Bringin' On the Heartbreak" (from the High'n'Dry album)
    Satriani - the Surfing with the Alien album
    Dokken - Mr. Scary, Without Warning
    Led Zep - Moby Dick
    Jeff Beck - the Blow by Blow album
    Vai - the Flexable album
    Iron Maiden - The Ides of March, Transylvania
    Metallica - Orion, Anesthesia (Pulling Teeth)

    I got to remember some other stuffs from some different artists.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Mean Street
    Rush-The Main Monkey Business
    Meanie, old chum, clicky-clicky and listen to this!

    Main Monkey Business: Drums Only.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IronicA
    Meanie, old chum, clicky-clicky and listen to this!

    Main Monkey Business: Drums Only.
    Whoa! Cool stuff, bro.

    Thanks - me like it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by IronicA
    How bout The Shadows?
    Apache is a great instrumental and Hank Marvin is a God!

    Apache, from the BBC's 'Top Of The Pops' in 1967:
    Wow Iro, that's cool! Thanks for posting it!

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    For some reason the first instrumental that comes to mind is "Belly Of The Beast" by Anthrax off the "persistance of time" record. I have no clue why that was the only song that popped into my head. Dont get me wrong...I love it...i just hope that's the right song title!
    The cruelest lies are often told in silence... (Robert Louis Stevenson)

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