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I love the solo to 'One hour of madness' too which has to be one of the best if not the best guitar performances of all time.

I just get palpitations when I see Edgar launch into his part on the Astoria gig DVD. That's got to be one of the highlights of that gig, excellent! :D

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I love the solo to 'One hour of madness' too which has to be one of the best if not the best guitar performances of all time.

I just get palpitations when I see Edgar launch into his part on the Astoria gig DVD. That's got to be one of the highlights of that gig, excellent! :D


I feel the same way, that part is one of the musical highlights of my life. 8)

Edgar's new guitar solo on Sphinx Lightning was mindblowing, aswell.

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Desert_Voyager wrote:
Froesesque wrote:
I love the solo to 'One hour of madness' too which has to be one of the best if not the best guitar performances of all time.

I just get palpitations when I see Edgar launch into his part on the Astoria gig DVD. That's got to be one of the highlights of that gig, excellent! :D


I feel the same way, that part is one of the musical highlights of my life. 8)

Edgar's new guitar solo on Sphinx Lightning was mindblowing, aswell.


Yeah, I could see the lumps in the throats of some of the onlookers in the audience during Sphinx Lightning on the DVD

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Froesesque wrote:
Desert_Voyager wrote:
Froesesque wrote:
I love the solo to 'One hour of madness' too which has to be one of the best if not the best guitar performances of all time.

I just get palpitations when I see Edgar launch into his part on the Astoria gig DVD. That's got to be one of the highlights of that gig, excellent! :D


I feel the same way, that part is one of the musical highlights of my life. 8)

Edgar's new guitar solo on Sphinx Lightning was mindblowing, aswell.


Yeah, I could see the lumps in the throats of some of the onlookers in the audience during Sphinx Lightning on the DVD

Me being one...

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I'm amazed 'Cloudburst Flight' hasn't been mentioned yet. Even with all the fantastic playing, it's still amazing. :D


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I'm amazed 'Cloudburst Flight' hasn't been mentioned yet. Even with all the fantastic playing, it's still amazing. :D


Gotta agree with you there, Nebula. It's one of Edgar's best. And the abrupt shift from the shrill wailing of the guitar to the flute-like melody that leads us out of the song just sends chills up the spine.

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Ulrich Schnauss's favourite album :)

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Ulrich Schnauss's favourite album :)


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Nebula wrote:
I'm amazed 'Cloudburst Flight' hasn't been mentioned yet. Even with all the fantastic playing, it's still amazing. :D


Gotta agree with you there, Nebula. It's one of Edgar's best. And the abrupt shift from the shrill wailing of the guitar to the flute-like melody that leads us out of the song just sends chills up the spine.

Love that solo. The way the guitar just shifts from a high pitched lead line to big low chords is just pure magic.


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Pertou wrote:
24db wrote:
Ulrich Schnauss's favourite album :)


+ mine!


shame I didn't include Ulrich's vote in my poll :D

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