Can anyone reccomend me some rock songs that have guitar or sax solo's that fade out at the end. Kinda specific but i love when songs do that
Can anyone reccomend me some rock songs that have guitar or sax solo's that fade out at the end.
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For example something like "No words" by Wings
Night Boat to Cairo
Glamour Profession by Steely Dan has a Larry Carlton fade out
Golf Girl by Caravan has a flute solo fade-out
Pink Floyd - Pigs (three different ones)
the guitar solo starts at 9:30 if you cant wait:
the fade out annoys me because its such a great solo and I wanted to hear how far it continued
>the fade out annoys me because its such a great solo and I wanted to hear how far it continued
bands love to do that
kiss comes to mind
people actually like that?
basically this. one of the best parts of a solo is hearing it end and rewinding back at the start of it because it is just that good.
Prepare yourself, Nino Ferrer, l’arbre noir
room a thousand years wide by soundgarden, also drawing flies on the same album has a sax and guitar fade out.
Supertramp - My Kind of Lady
There is an awesome sax solo at end that fades out.
how about both soloing over each other
Amazed nobody has posted Baker Street until now.
First one that came to mind, love this song
Now that I think of it Camel did it quite a few times
You know this happens because the soloist fucks up lol
This one has a great sax solo in the end. But the whole song is good
80s Pop/Art Rock frequently does this. Just loom through any Playlist of shit like that you'll find something.
I think Can't You Hear Me Knocking does it
Try pretty much anything by Morphine
Clarity by John Mayer
The Police had a few sax outros when Sting was noodling about larping as a jazz sax player. I think Man In A Suitcase and something from Ghost in the Machine have sax outros
Doors Touch Me
breakfast in america (album
This song is really long and meanders too much but the free jazz dueling sax solos at the end are worth sitting through the song for
Both Ends Burning has both guitar solo, sax solo, and another guitar solo that fades out at the end