This song just grows and grows on me. Actually gives me goosebumps
These parts might as well be overdubbed. I mean there are already 3 guitars in the chorus. It might be any of Amigos playing this part. Really hope they do play it in the live renditions of the song.Who plays the guitar licks/melodies under the chorus? Adrian or maybe Dave (like in TWM)? But Janick usually plays this kind of little melodies.
I'm sure they will. Btw, the guitar melodies under the chorus in SOL are played by Adrian (a song that he co-wrote).These parts might as well be overdubbed. I mean there are already 3 guitars in the chorus. It might be any of Amigos playing this part. Really hope they do play it in the live renditions of the song.
Sorry, not under the chorus - during the pre-chorus. They are presented in the studio version too (0:55 & 3:40 in this video).Sorry but which guitar melodies?? I think that it is just in the last chorus that he plays something that was not on the studio version,right?
Well, ok! This melody part on SOL is played by two guitars and is a main part of the song. So I would expect them to be played live. What he does on TWOTW (he probably is as you say) is subtle. Since he did changes in the choruses for DOG, IESF you never know what he would do live. look lick though and it keeps things interesting. I however have high hopes for DOTFP
Does contain some Wrathchild indeed.After I started playing the new song on guitar I noticed how well the bass line from the intro of Wrathchild flows with the intro of this song (you just need to change key and, of course, lower the tempo a bit).
Not sure - I've heard a few isolated vocal tracks from BOS and the vocals had a fair amount of reverb on those. Maybe it's something Kevin Shirley has decided to do more on the last couple of albums. I haven't heard any isolated vocal tracks from TFF but there didn't seem to be much, other than on Satellite 15 obviously.Question is - from which version it is? First version had problems with channels and created reverb on vocal. But still - this is great.