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Check out this transcription of Santana's "Incident at Neshabur." It's taken from their famous performance at the Fillmore West in 1971, also featuring Neal Shon and Gregg Rolie. Have fun!
"Behind Blue Eyes" is a classic track by The Who, written by Pete Townshend and originally released in 1971 on the album "Who's Next." This complete transcription in Guitar Pro 8 includes the original audio embedded. The famous intro and chorus part is a brilliant example of alternate picking over open chords Em, G, D, Dsus4, Cadd9, and A sus2. Have fun!
"Jessica" is one of The Allman Brothers Band's most famous instrumental tracks. It features some exceptional harmonized lead work by Dickie Betts and an iconic extended guitar solo in the key of A major. This solo is chock full of classic major pentatonic licks.
The song is featured on The Allman Brothers Band's album "Brothers and Sisters," which was a significant release for the band. It was their first album without the legendary slide guitarist Duane Allman, who tragically died in a motorcycle accident in 1971. Despite Duane's absence, the album showcased the band's resilience and ability to continue creating remarkable music.
Check out this full lead transcription in Guitar Pro 8 with original audio. It is authentic to the original positions and fingerings as per live videos from the lineup in 1973.
The song Mystery Mountain was released in 1971 by Journey on their debut self-titled album. The band's lineup in the early years (pre-Steve Perry) included Gregg Rolie on keyboards/vocals, and a young Neal Schon on guitar, both of whom had previously been part of Santana. The band's sound was decidedly more progressive, featuring longer songs with extended solo sections and creative chord progressions.
The extended guitar solo at the end of Mystery Mountain is a great example of some brilliant melodic jamming. Studying the solo offers a valuable opportunity to delve into Schon's early style, as he brilliantly mixes major and minor pentatonic scales to capture an F# mixolydian tonality. The full transcription in Guitar Pro 8 is attached below. Have fun!