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Posted by MilesCity.com Webmaster (+8927) 5 years ago
Chicago Music Exchange wrote:
100 Riffs (A Brief History of Rock N' Roll) - Alex Chadwick plays 100 famous guitar riffs in one take giving you a chronological history of rock n' roll.



https://vimeo.com/43426940

http://www.chicagomusicex.../100riffs/
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Posted by JCF (+388) 5 years ago
That was awesome. Thanks for sharing. Guy is incredible. How some peoples minds work is just amazing - how the hell did he remember all those? awesome.
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Posted by MilesCity.com Webmaster (+8927) 5 years ago
I know, pretty cool.
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Posted by HUBBZ (+70) 5 years ago
My favorite post to this site ever! Loved it!
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Posted by Tucker Bolton (+2922) 5 years ago
Stick with this. It's worth it.
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Posted by ABE (+415) 5 years ago
#37, needs more cowbell.
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Posted by Richard Bonine, Jr. (+13710) 5 years ago
The first video was really cool, but the second one was even better. I hate it we people make playing the guitar look so easy. Wish I could play like that.
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Posted by Big Dave (+440) 5 years ago
Made me feel kind of old. After about number 60, I was not familiar with a lot of the songs.

Sadly, it appears that I have become my parents.
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Posted by les (+21) 5 years ago
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Posted by Big Dave (+440) 5 years ago
Not every day that you go right from Earl Scruggs to the Sex Pistols.
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Posted by Mathew Schmitz (+278) 5 years ago
I noticed that too. And I loved it!
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Posted by Big Dave (+440) 5 years ago
Reminds me of a time listening to a new radio station trying to get their programming figured out - Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap to Puff the Magic Dragon - classic.
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Posted by Tom Masa (+1639) 5 years ago
Great!
I am so glad my air guitar still works.

[This message has been edited by Tom Masa (5/4/2013)]
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Posted by Gunnar Emilsson (+11471) 5 years ago
Speaking of riffs.....the masters of riffs started tour last night, and one can see some of the old farts work here.

http://music.yahoo.com/bl...40682.html

I highly recommend watching the Midnight Rambler......I am extremely pleased to see the lads still have it in them.
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Posted by Tom Masa (+1639) 5 years ago
Saw the Stones in 75 in Colorado. Chaka Kahn & Rufus and Charlie Daniels Band opened for them. They came in by helicopter to the football stadium and really rocked. Great party also in the stands. Great time.
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