Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Haristar, Mar 25, 2020.
Nels Cline / Gregg Bendian –
Interstellar Space Revisited: The Music Of John Coltrane
David Torn - What means solid, traveller (promo film) (1996)
Ian MacKaye & Guy Picciotto
Billy Corgan owned the decade
Brad Laner and his exquisite distorto-guitar with Medicine
Danny Gatton (he didn't get a major labor deal until the 90s, which is when I discovered him and saw him in concert).
Bernard Butler vs John Squier
I really like both, although their best work is well behind them at this stage. Squire is the better lead guitarist, technically.
Steve Marker & Duke Erikson
I really the guitars on the first two Garbage albums. Neither of them would be great guitarist, but I loved how they filled the songs with guitar hooks, riffs & textures.
Despiste this my 90's guitar/vocal/composer primal reference is James Dean Bradfield from Manic Street Preachers.
I was going to say the same thing. His guitar break on Animal Nitrate is very representative of his style.
I'll throw Kim Thayil into the mix.
Adam Jones too.
Jerry Cantrell (Alice In Chains)
Steve Vai made his best album in 1990.
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