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PostPosted: Mon Oct 15, 2007 3:35 pm 
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Just listening to A Dream Of Death from MFD, and in particular the brilliant guitar work on it, got me thinking...what do you lot reckon might be TD's greatest guitar moment? Bernhard Biebl's work on this track is right up there I reckon, powerful and really soulful. It's hard to beat Song Of The Whale Part 1 though!!


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Just listening to A Dream Of Death from MFD, and in particular the brilliant guitar work on it, got me thinking...what do you lot reckon might be TD's greatest guitar moment? Bernhard Biebl's work on this track is right up there I reckon, powerful and really soulful. It's hard to beat Song Of The Whale Part 1 though!!


As you say Chris ADOD really has some wonderful guitar work from BB,i think BB is a great capture for the band.
Im quite fond of a lot of Zlatko's guitar work from the 92-94 era especially the "Rockoon" title track and "Firetongues" from TOTT.

EFs favorite pieces within TD for me are "Green Desert" all the "Force Majeure" parts, Underwater Sunlight SOTW,Optical Race parts and the sublime "Eletric Lion" off Melrose and of course "Hamlet"........ His most exilerating loud madness must be "Detroit 77" he just throws everything in the stew 8) :P

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My vote goes to "Coldwater Canyon" and "Grind." Of course, the guitar-work in Grind is more a composed part than an improvised solo, but it's excellent nevertheless.


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Hamlet really moves me.


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For me it has to be anything by Edgar as his guitar sound and playing style sum up a huge part of the classic TD sound for me.

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exit81 wrote:
Just listening to A Dream Of Death from MFD, and in particular the brilliant guitar work on it, got me thinking...what do you lot reckon might be TD's greatest guitar moment? Bernhard Biebl's work on this track is right up there I reckon, powerful and really soulful. It's hard to beat Song Of The Whale Part 1 though!!


Pergamon, Part II


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Maybe London is the best.... All of my favourites are Coldwater Canyon, Pergamon Part II, The Looser, Song of the Whale, Underwater Twilight, London, Crystal Curfew, Electric Lion, Sun Gate, Eagle's Crest, and One hour of Madness and Joy.

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I always had a soft spot for Backstreet Hero..the Arizona version.


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I always had a soft spot for Backstreet Hero..the Arizona version.


Great work from Jerome there 8) :D

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I've always liked EF's work on Too cold For My Chinchilla, but one of my fav EF live solos has always been Cool Breeze Of Brighton....his solo, combined with the awesome sequencer and drums backing, plus the flames on the projection screen behind the band... phew! His guitar sounds like it's in physcial pain as that solo progresses....brilliant !!


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I must say the solo on "Ride on the Ray" at the Tempodrom was really superb but sadly missing on the DVD :cry:

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Thank God for audience recordings !! :D


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exit81 wrote:
Thank God for audience recordings !! :D


:shock: :o :arrow: :wink: :wink:

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Odd...in my above post I'd typed Too cold For My Chinchilla (just double checked it too)...but in the posted version it says Too COLD.....???? WTF? :?:


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You have to spell H-ot like that Chris............its been doctored :mrgreen:

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