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A revista britânica Classic Rock elegeu os 100 melhores solos de guitarra de todos os tempos. Entre os escolhidos, estão artistas como Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, Eagles e Jimi Hendrix.

Que esse é um assunto polêmico todos sabem. Eleger os melhores solos de guitarra, não é uma tarefa possível, porém há de se concordar que faz total sentido ver cada um destes fazendo parte de uma seleção dos melhores.

Na lista, prevalecem os solos de guitarra rock, o que pode gerar ainda mais polêmicas. Mas segundo Classic Rock, a seleção teve a participação não só dos editores da revista, mas também, de alguns artistas e do público leitor.

Ao final do post, você encontra uma playlist para ouvir praticamente todas as músicas que fazem parte da seleção.

Confira os melhores solos de guitarra :

  1. Temple of the Dog – Reach Down (Mike McCready, 1991)
  2. Manic Street Preachers – You Love Us (James Dead Bradfield, 1992)
  3. Pantera – Walk (Dimebag Darrell, 1992)
  4. Ram Jam – Black Betty (Bill Bartlett, 1977)
  5. The Damned – Love Song (Captain Sensible, 1979)
  6. Red Hot Chili Peppers – I Could Have Lied (John Frusciante, 1991)
  7. Suede – Animal Nitrate (Bernard Butler, 1993)
  8. Jane’s Addiction – Three Days (Dave Navarro, 1990)
  9. Lou Reed – Rock Minuet (Lou Reed, 2000)
  10. Bad Brains – Re-Ignition (Dr. Know, 1986)
  11. Joe Bonamassa – No Good Place for the Lonely (Joe Bonamassa, 2016)
  12. Kansas – Carry On Wayward Son (Kerry Livgren, 1976)
  13. Neil Young – Southern Man (Neil Young, 1970)
  14. Jethro Tull – To Cry You a Song (Martin Barre, 1970)
  15. Bad Company – Feel Like Making Love (Mick Ralphs, 1975)
  16. Journey – I’ll Be Alright Without You (Neal Schon, 1986)
  17. The Rolling Stones – The Spider & The Fly (Brian Jones, 1965)
  18. Alter Bridge – Blackbird (Mark Tremonti e Miles Kennedy, 2007)
  19. Billy Cobham – Quadrant 4 (Tommy Bolin, 1973)
  20. U2 – The Fly (The Edge, 1991)
  21. Scorpions – The Sails of Charon (Uli Jon Roth, 1977)
  22. The Cult – She Sells Sanctuary (Billy Duffy, 1985)
  23. Santana – Black Magic Woman (Carlos Santana, 1970)
  24. Steven Wilson – Drive Home (Guthrie Govan, 2013)
  25. The Pretenders – Tattooed Love Boys (James Honeyman-Scott, 1980)
  26. Robert Gordon – If This is Wrong (Link Wray, 1978)
  27. Frank Zappa – Watermelon in Easter Hay (Frank Zappa, 1979)
  28. Extreme – Get the Funk Out (Nuno Bettencourt, 1990)
  29. Television – Marquee Moon (Tom Verlaine, 1977)
  30. The Only Ones – Another Girl Another Planet (John Perry, 1978)
  31. Blue Öyster Cult – (Don’t Fear) The Reaper (Donald “Buck Dharma” Roeser, 1976)
  32. Wishbone Ash – Blowin’ Free (Andy Powell, 1972)
  33. Yngwie Malmsteen – Black Star (Yngwie Malmsteen, 1984)
  34. Be-Bop Deluxe – Sunburst Finish (Bill Nelson, 1976)
  35. Montrose – Rock Candy (Ronnie Montrose, 1973)
  36. Rage Against the Machine – Killing in the Name (Tom Morello, 1991)
  37. The Buzzcocks – Boredom (Pete Shelley, 1977)
  38. The Sex Pistols – Anarchy in the UK (Steve Jones, 1977)
  39. Racer X – Scarified (Paul Gilbert e Bruce Bouillet, 1987)
  40. Rory Gallagher – Walk On Hot Coals (Rory Gallagher, 1974)
  41. UFO – Rock Bottom (Michael Schenker, 1974)
  42. Robin Trower – Too Rolling Stones (Robin Trower, 1974)
  43. Funkadelic – Maggot Brain (Eddie Hazel, 1971)
  44. Iron Maiden – Powerslave (Dave Murray, 1984)
  45. King Crimson – 21st Century Schizoid Man (Robert Fripp, 1969)
  46. Alice in Chains – Man in the Box (Jerry Cantrell, 1990)
  47. David Lee Roth – Shyboy (Steve Vai, 1986)
  48. John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers – So Many Roads (Peter Green, 1969)
  49. Ozzy Osbourne – I Don’t Know (Randy Rhoads, 1980)
  50. Dokken – Tooth and Nail (George Lynch, 1984)
  51. Bill Haley and His Comets – Rock Around the Clock (Danny Cedrone, 1955)
  52. Autograph – Turn Up the Radio (Steve Lynch, 1984)
  53. The Knack – My Sharona (Berton Averre, 1979)
  54. Joe Satriani – Cryin’ (Joe Satriani, 1992)
  55. Iggy and The Stooges – Search and Destroy (James Williamson, 1973)
  56. Albert King – Crosscut Saw (Albert King, 1967)
  57. The Darkness – I Believe in a Thing Called Love (Justin Hawkins, 2003)
  58. White Lion – Wait (Vito Bratta, 1987)
  59. Genesis – Firth of Fifth (Steve Hackett, 1973)
  60. Rush – Limelight (Alex Lifeson, 1981)
  61. Jimi Hendrix – Machine Gun (Jimi Hendrix, 1970)
  62. John Mayall – All Your Love (Eric Clapton, 1966)
  63. The Doors – Light My Fire (Robby Krieger, 1967)
  64. Kiss – Shock Me (Ace Frehley, 1977)
  65. Stray Cats – Stray Cat Strut (Brian Setzer, 1981)
  66. Bon Jovi – Wanted Dead or Alive (Richie Sambora, 1986)
  67. ZZ Top – Sharp Dressed Man (Billy Gibbons, 1983)
  68. Elvis Presley – Hound Dog (Scotty Moore, 1956)
  69. MC5 – Looking At You (Wayne Kramer, 1970)
  70. Thin Lizzy – Dancing in the Moonlight (Scott Gorham, 1977)
  71. Metallica – The Unforgiven (Kirk Hammett, 1991)
  72. Motörhead – Ace of Spades (“Fast” Eddie Clarke, 1980)
  73. Steely Dan – Reelin’ in the Years (Elliott Randall, 1973)
  74. Rainbow – Since You Been Gone (Ritchie Blackmore, 1979)
  75. The Who – Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere (Pete Townshend, 1965)
  76. Aerosmith – Walk This Way (Joe Perry, 1975)
  77. David Bowie – Moonage Daydream (Mick Ronson, 1972)
  78. The Beatles – Something (George Harrison, 1969)
  79. The Rolling Stones – Can’t You Hear Me Knocking (Mick Taylor, 1971)
  80. Stevie Ray Vaughan – Pride and Joy (Stevie Ray Vaughan, 1983)
  81. Dire Straits – Sultans of Swing (Mark Knopfler, 1978)
  82. Jeff Beck – Cause We’re Ended As Lovers (Jeff Beck, 1975)
  83. The Kinks – You Really Got Me (Dave Davies, 1964)
  84. Free – All RIght Now (Paul Kossoff, 1970)
  85. Derek & The Dominos – Layla (Duane Allman, 1970)
  86. Chuck Berry – Johnny B. Goode (Chuck Berry, 1958)
  87. The Rolling Stones – Sympathy for the Devil (Keith Richards, 1968)
  88. The Beatles – While My Guitar Gently Weeps (Eric Clapton, 1968)
  89. Deep Purple – Highway Star (Ritchie Blackmore, 1972)
  90. AC/DC – Let There Be Rock (Angus Young, 1977)
  91. Black Sabbath – Paranoid (Tony Iommi, 1970)
  92. Prince and The Revolution – Purple Rain (Prince, 1984)
  93. Guns N’ Roses – Sweet Child O Mine (Slash, 1987)
  94. Queen – Killer Queen (Brian May, 1974)
  95. Van Halen – Eruption (Eddie Van Halen, 1978)
  96. Jimi Hendrix – All Along the Watchtower (Jimi Hendrix, 1968)
  97. Lynyrd Skynyrd – Free Bird (Allen Collins, 1973)
  98. Eagles – Hotel California (Don Felder e Joe Walsh, 1976)
  99. Pink Floyd – Comfortably Numb (David Gilmour, 1979)
  100. Led Zeppelin – Stairway to Heaven (Jimmy Page, 1971)

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