Ravenlord wrote:Hmm, I heard a bit of an agent steel influence in there too. It's all right, but could they not have the solo in tune with the rest of the band or was it intended that way?
Edit: Just noticed you have Blaze Bayley on your wishlist. I saw him live last night. Even in London there were only about 50 people there. He is a really good front man and worked the crowd really well. It was an enjoyable show but I certainly wouldn't put it up in my best...
Poor Blaze, cursed for life. He is doing a US tour, but be won't be coming to Seattle as far as I know. It's a shame cause his solo albums are so good. Pretty sure the UK and USA are both pretty big Blaze haters, where as it seems fans in South America and other parts are Europe are more open minded about him. I went a bar last night that was playing Iron Maiden albums all day from newest to oldest and they just skipped the two blaze albums other then a couple songs with Bruce on vocals and honestly Bruce doesn't do them very well either since both their styles are so different. Kind of like Ripper and Barlow in the Iced Earth deal.
Well glad someone else in the US or UK wanted to see him live.