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10 favourite solos (on John's solo songs)

souncide

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Lots of people seem to have many favourite solos that John did while on RHCP (me included), but what about the ones on his solo work? Here I'll list a few of mine - but I'll provide no especific explanation whatsoever. They're my favourite because of the feelings they bring to me.

10 - The melodica on "A name" (Curtains)

9 - The guitar solo on "The Will to Death" (The Will to Death)

8 - The guitar solo on "Dissolve" (DC EP)

7 - The last drum part on "Hear Say" (PBX Funicular Intaglio Zone)

6 - The 12-string acoustic guitar solo on "The Past Recedes" (Curtains)

5 - The quick guitar solo on "Cut Out" (Shadows Collide With People)

4 - The guitar solo right before the lyrics on "A Fall Thru The Ground" (Smile From The Streets You Hold)

3 - The many guitar solos on "Forever Away" (The Brown Bunny Soundtrack)

2 - The guitar solo on "Ten to Butter Blood Vodoo" (Niandra LaDes and Usually a T-Shirt)

1 - The guitar solo on "Look On" (Inside of Emptiness)


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Great list souncide. I haven't listened to some of these songs in a while, got to get round to doing it. Maybe tonight. Thanks for the input and hope to read more from you.

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Love the list. Might do mine at some point, though most people will be, like, "dafuq". :)

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And this entry has now been featured, because it's awesome.

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Cool list. I love the guitar solos on "Hey" by RHCP.<- not a solo song ;)

I agree, the solos of Forever Away are awesome, some of my favourite ones as well.

I think the solo on the "A Samurai Workout"-titletheme-song where John did keyboards / drum machine is quite cool as well.

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