Guitar Solos - The Book of Souls

LordIncubus

Prowler
Are you sure that on EOTC that it's a Murray solo and that it's not Janick?

THE BOOK OF SOULS


01 – If Eternety Should Fail
Smith - 6:14 / 7:12 (with vocal Bruce)


02 – Speed of Light
Murray – 2:49 / 3:09
Smith – 3:09 / 3:30


03 – The Great Unknown
Gers – 3:07 / 3:28
Smith – 4:33 / 4:54
Murray – 4:55 / 5:15


04 – The Red in the Black
Smith – 6:44 / 7:14
Gers – 7:14 / 7:32
Murray – 7:33 / 7:50
Smith - 8:39 / 9:10


05 – When the Rivers Run Deep
Murray – 3:07 / 3:36
Gers – 3:37 / 3:51
Smith – 4:20 / 4:49


06 – The Book of Souls
Murray – 6:15 / 6:39
Gers – 8:20 / 8:44
Smith – 8:45 / 9:09
Smith - 9:20 / 9:43


07 – Death or Glory
Murray – 3:19 / 3:40
Smith – 3:40 / 4:01


08 – Shadows of the Valley
Gers – 4:46 / 5:12
Smith – 5:24 / 5:50
Murray – 6:40 / 6:52


09 – Tears of a Clown
Smith – 3:02 / 3:41
Murray – 3:41 / 4:01


10 – The Man of Sorrows
Murray - intro (0:00 / 0:32 )
Murray – 4:09 / 4:26
Smith – 4:27 / 4:44
Gers – 5:20 / 5:37


The Empire of Clouds
Murray – 10:04 / 10:34
Smith – 12:02 / 12/32
 

Zare

Automaton Sovietico
Regarding Murray discussion couple of pages ago. I can't believe someone is calling underperformance on him. He wrote The Man Of Sorrows which is possibly the best song of the album and he put three brilliant solos in there. Even if you discard every other great performance (such as Death Or Glory), that's worth a lot.

Just my $2 * 10 ^ -2.
 

Lampwick 43

Covid Warrior
My favorite solos on the album are Adrian's 2nd solo in TRATB, Dave's solo in Book of Souls, Adrian's solo in Book of Souls, and all of Dave's solos in The Man of Sorrows.
 
100% Adrian. Definitely his vibrato. Wider and more controlled than jans
Adrian totally.
And confirmed by the live show. Plus, they have there one of the most interesting choreography bits of the show: Adrian plays the slide lines, then he casually tosses the slide off to continue with the rest of the solo, and Bruce catches it mid-air.
 

adrian fn rules

Chili-head
Adrian totally.
And confirmed by the live show. Plus, they have there one of the most interesting choreography bits of the show: Adrian plays the slide lines, then he casually tosses the slide off to continue with the rest of the solo, and Bruce catches it mid-air.
Never saw him catch it in mid air although I have seen him pick it up after Adrian drops it and then he throws it to the crowd.
 
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