Alex Lifeson Selects His Top 5 Essential Albums

Alex Lifeson Selects His Top 5 Essential Albums The latest issue (#15, March/April 2018) of Guitar Tricks Insider includes a two-page feature on Alex Lifeson, where he reveals his Top 5 Essential Albums.

From the feature:
Alex Lifeson is one mutt of a guitar player. He combines the blues intensity of John Mayall's early fire breathers Eric Clapton, Mick Taylor and Peter Green, with the architectural vision of progressive innovators, Steve Howe and Steve Hackett, and the fractured creative vision of modernists, like Jeff Beck and Trevor Rabin.

It's all there to be seen and heard based on his list of Essential Albums.
The list includes:
  • 1. Electric Ladyland - The Jimi Hendrix Experience
  • 2. Blow by Blow - Jeff Beck
  • 3. Discipline - King Crimson
  • 4. Sounds [sic] Good To Me - Bill Bruford
  • 5. Voyage of the Acolyte - Steve Hackett
  • The issue also includes a piece on Rush's instrumental piece Leave That Thing Alone as part of the magazine's 8 Intense Instrumentals. You can read the entire digital version of the magazine at this location.

    Thanks to Ed from RushIsABand for the news.

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