What are some of your favorite songs by two or more famous guitarists playing together?
- SmileyLv 78 years agoFavorite Answer
Love your links!
Jan Akkerman (left channel, Focus) & Peter Banks (right channel, original Yes guitarist and Flash) - "Get Out Of My Fridge"...
Steve Morse (Dixie Dregs) & Steve Howe (Yes) - "Up In The Air"...
Here's Steve Morse and Rik Emmett (of Triumph) playing the same song in the studio;
Kim Mitchell (of Max Webster) & Alex Lifeson (of Rush) played together on the Max Webster song "Battlescar"...
Stevie Ray Vaughn & Albert King...
Chet Atkins & Les Paul...
Les Paul & Jeff Beck...
The "Les Paul & Friends" concert DVD and album was great too...everybody from Steve Vai, Neal Schon, Eric Clapton, Keith Richards, Eddie Van Halen, Billy Gibbons, Buddy Guy, etc was there...great show! Unable to find a link to the jam though ;(
Johnny Winter & Leslie West - "Red House"...
This G-3 set was pretty cool too...Stevie Vai, Eric Johnson, & Joe Satriani - "Redhouse";
The entire "Friday Night in San Francisco" album with Al Di Meola, John McLaughlin and Paco de Lucía is fantastic...
I have many more favourite collaborations besides these...but there's a few anyways :)
- vtd288Lv 78 years ago
"Anyday" - Derek and The Dominos
"Texas Flood" - Albert King and Stevie Ray Vaughan
"Hard to Be" - The Vaughan Brothers
"Had to Cry Today" - Eric Clapton and Steve Winwood
- Anonymous8 years ago
In no particular order and regardless of genre:
"Let the Good Times Roll" by Brad Paisley & B.B. King
"Borsalino" by Chet Atkins & Tommy Emmanuel
"Pipeline" by Stevie Ray Vaughan & Dick Dale
"Twenty Flight Rock" by Jeff Beck & Brian Setzer
"Something" by Chet Atkins & Jerry Reed
"Luxury Liner" by Albert Lee, Vince Gill & Brad Paisley
"The Next Time I'm in Town" by Chet Atkins & Mark Knopfler
"It Had to Be You" by Chet Atkins & Les Paul
"More Than Just This Song" by Brad Paisley & Steve Wariner
"Tennessee Waltz" by Tommy Emmanuel & John Knowles
"Death Valley" by John 5 & Albert Lee
"Cluster Pluck" by Brad Paisley, Vince Gill, Redd Volkaert, John Jorgenson, Albert Lee, Brent Mason, Steve Wariner & James Burton
I'm sorry, but I can't add links because I can't copy and paste on the device I'm using. I believe that all the songs I listed can be found on YouTube though. Do keep in mind that some guitarists I mentioned aren't all that well known. John Knowles, for instance, is a guitarist you can't even find albums by on Amazon...but I think the fact that Chet Atkins named him a C.G.P. (along with only three other guitarists--all of whom are mentioned at least once up above) makes up for his lack of fame.
- Lone WoofLv 78 years ago
While My Guitar Gently Weeps. Harrison and Clapton.
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- David VLv 78 years ago
keith richards and willie nelson dead flowers http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Gzglg7WDmQ
Buddy Guy, Keith Richards & Ronnie Wood - Next Time you see me.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IZXenkhaftI
Eric Clapton & Keith Richards "Spoonful"http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fCpEnAs8vuI
take care dave
- Kal-ElLv 58 years ago
layla - eric clapton and duane allman
- MackLv 78 years ago
I like yours.