Sorry for yet another isolated guitar track, but we couldn't let this one go by. You'll agree when you start listening to it
Sorry for yet another isolated guitar track, but we couldn't let this one go by. You'll agree when you start listening to it.
OK, here's one more isolated guitar recording for you.It's Eddie Van Halen—in all his isolated glory—playing Van Halen's "Hot for Teacher."
It seems readers can't quite get enough of isolated Eddie Van Halen guitar tracks lately, and it's easy to see why.
Ozzy Osbourne recently heard the raw, unmixed master tape of his hit song “Crazy Train” for the first time since he recorded it on March 22, 1980.
Eric Clapton, the guy who played lead guitar on Ringo Starr's "Everybody's in a Hurry But Me" in 1983, turns 72 today.
Stevie Ray Vaughan’s rhythm playing was as strong as his lead work, a fact that is evident on “Pride and Joy,” the first single from Texas Flood, his 1983 debut album with Double Trouble.
On September 6, 1968, guitarist Eric Clapton entered Abbey Road Studio Two in London to overdub lead guitar onto a newly recorded Beatles song called "While My Guitar Gently Weeps."
Even though most of the Beatles' music is no longer readily available on YouTube, you can still find the odd nugget or two.