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Guitar Heroes

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    Guitar Heroes

    Just for one day. Show something that beats this.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qk0o0yR_GRs&feature=related

    this was 20 years ago. Steve is now playing lead for Deep Purple in his spare time.

    The only guitar player other than Jeff Beck, when it comes down to the asphalt and scrabble. And Greg, Alan White was 14 when Love Me Do came out. He did record with Plastic Ono years later. It was Adam White, a Scott, who played on that track.

    even more stunning, is this Ice Cakes, from the first Dregs record.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pihI5GBNS58&NR=1

     
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    Re: Guitar Heroes

    Nice Software
     
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    Re: Guitar Heroes

    In Response to Guitar Heroes:
    Just for one day. Show something that beats this. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qk0o0yR_GRs&feature=related this was 20 years ago. Steve is now playing lead for Deep Purple in his spare time. The only guitar player other than Jeff Beck, when it comes down to the asphalt and scrabble. And Greg, Alan White was 14 when Love Me Do came out. He did record with Plastic Ono years later. It was Adam White, a Scott, who played on that track. even more stunning, is this Ice Cakes, from the first Dregs record. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pihI5GBNS58&NR=1
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    Thanks for the correction mate.

    I LOVE Morse, but Blackmore IS Deep Purple, and the reason I have 2 degrees in music.

    Dixie Dregs was Steve's.  DP is Ritchie's.  And there is nothing at all wrong wit dat!

    And doesn't Andy smoke up that bass!

    Oh, and far as the asphalt goes - Mr Alan Holdsworth.

    Thanks for the cool vid
     
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