Randy Rhoads favorite solos?

Discussion in 'Music Talk' started by death_metal_fan, Dec 10, 2004.

  1. death_metal_fan

    death_metal_fan oh goody, it's a woody!

    I'm sure every guitar player at some point in his life has been influenced by Randy's unbelievable skill on the guitar. It's a shame he was taken away from us before his time. I always felt he was too good for Ozzy's band (his speed was usually double that of the rest band) and he surely was one talented dude. Who knows what he may have been able to accomplish with a faster band.

    Well the question here is what is your favorite solo by Randy? Mine would definitely be Mr. Crowley.

    R.I.P. Randy.
  2. jayswami

    jayswami Blue J

    crazy train
  3. d_ist_urb_ed

    d_ist_urb_ed Genuflect b*tches!

    Crazy train it is man, i love it
  4. jayswami

    jayswami Blue J

    i also like dee/good bye to romance from the same blizzard of oz album.. shows a different mellow side of randy
  5. jayanth

    jayanth <.: : Call Quits : :.>

    Mama, Mama I'm Coming Home........

    Mr. Crowley

    Perry Mason
  6. jayswami

    jayswami Blue J

    Mama I am coming and Perry Mason would be Zack Wylde
  7. tejas

    tejas ..........

    Crazy train.

    And yeah, Mama and Perry mason, were done by Wylde.
  8. 6String_assasin

    6String_assasin The Painkiller

    @jayanth, mama mason gone wylde..lol.

    mine wud b crazy train.
  9. Mamasteen

    Mamasteen <A-W-A-Y>

    "GoodBye to romance" out of the few choices he left for us. Also check out "Randy Rhoads years" by Quiet Riot.

    And Jayanth lol@mama i'm coming home. how can you be such an ignorant guitarist?
  10. jayanth

    jayanth <.: : Call Quits : :.>

    Oh Rhandy Roads song, Mr .Crowley, Crazy Train, spiders In the Night, Over The Mountain..

    I generally assume rhandy as Ozzy.. Sorry bout that..
  11. thecoolone

    thecoolone Judas Priest My Guide

    Has to be crazy train !!
    and also the classical piece Dee which he made for his mom is also amazing.
    it showed his skill as a guitarist both as a heavy metal one and also a classical one !!
    he was the first one to incorporate Classical style of playin in Heavy Metal.. which later on many other guitarsist soon followed.

    Killer of Giants , done by Zak shows the new style that Randy had developed and copied by many.
    he's one of my all time fav guitarist

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