Let’s start with Freedom by Jimi Hendrix. Always loved this song… And well, every guitar player knows that Hendrix was the one who changed the game for the very first time in the rock guitar history… this is a great quote from him: “Who are you to judge the life i live i know i’m not perfect and i don’t live to be.”
Wild Dogs by Tommy Bolin feat. Marco Mendoza and Atma Anur. Remebering Tommy on the anniversary of his death (Aug.1, 1951 – Dec. 4, 1976) I discovered him listening to “Come taste the band – Deep Purple” but also for his contribution to Spectrum (Billy Cobham). He played with Zephyr (from 1969 to 1971 and the James Gang (from 1973 to 1974) in addition to maintaining his solo artist career. “If you’re not having fun it’s not worth doing” – Tommy Bolin
Space Truckin’… a song by Deep Purple. It is the seventh and final track on the Machine Head album and of course… what about the version on the Made In Japan album?? I still have the original vinyl, i still remember the air guitar… and i still do it!! This is my Space Truckin’.
Woodstock by Joni Mitchell “We are stardust, We are golden, We’ve got to get ourselves, Back to the garden” pure poetry… The song, as well as the festival it commemorates, is the symbol of an era!!
No Quarter by Led Zeppelin feat. Terry Ilous on vocals. The black of the night, the white of the snow, the brilliant gray of steel… “They choose the path where no-one goes They hold no quarter””