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 Post subject: Sure JM
PostPosted: Wed Dec 08, 2004 9:13 pm 
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Ahhh yes, the classic rock harmonized lead.....

The Allman Brothers come to mind as my favorite....Memory of Elizabeth Reed, "Blue Sky"....very tasty stuff.

Then we have the Thin Lizzy harmonized lead....The Boys Are Back IN Town, the Kiss harmonized lead...Dee-troit Rock City and the dreaded Eddie Money, Two Tickets To Paradise harmonized lead.

I've played them all at various stages of my musical career.

Sounds like a new Drivel forum topic..."Name your favorite harmonized lead".


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PostPosted: Wed Dec 08, 2004 9:15 pm 
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Boston...take your pick.

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 Post subject: Boston!
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Bartman says "Doh".....how can I forget that one.

Yes, the first Boston album had some nice harmonized leads on it, but the later stuff got old real quick.


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Grand Funk - the first half of the solo in "We're an American Band." Just who was Mark Farner harmonizing with, anyway? :roll:


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Let's just say that if AARP is sending you stuff in the mail, you qualify


And thanks to you too Ron, I got my AARP stuff a couple weeks ago. :)


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Hell AARP just sent me more crap in the mail.....

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