***HELLO EVERYONE ***
How are you all my friends? I hope you are happy always. Owh yeah, in this post I cover an Outro song from the band Guns and Roses entitled November rain. The guitar solo outro in this song is iconic and in my opinion this is the best outro.
I'm a big fan of the guitarist of this band. That's why I made a video like this, TRIBUTE TO SLASH !!!
Slash who was born with the name Saul Hudson was born on July 23, 1965 in Hampstead, England. His father is a white Jew and his mother is African-American. His father was an artist who worked with Neil Young and Joni Michelle, while his mother was a designer for David Bowie. After his parents divorced, he moved with his mother to America in 1970. At the age of 14, he was given a guitar by his grandmother. At first, he was heavily influenced by AC/DC, Jeff Beck, Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, etc.
When his guitar skills began to show its fangs, he tried to apply for the band "Poison" with Steven Adler. Unfortunately both failed because they did not pass the face selection. Luckily they didn't give up, they both formed the band Road Crew in 1983. When they met the Hollywood Rose group, they were interested in forming a new band called Guns n' Roses with new members Axl Rose, Duff McKagan, and Izzy Stradlin. With the appearance of long curly hair that covered his face, a cigarette tucked in his lips, and a long hat, Slash became a very iconic figure as a true rock guitarist.
In 1987, Slash with Guns n 'Roses released the album Appetite for Destruction, which spawned hit singles such as Welcome to Jungle, Sweet Child of Mine, and Paradise City. This album exploded hard and sold up to 15 million copies only in the United States alone and was able to perch on the best-selling album charts for 3 years. No wonder this album is called the best-selling debut album of all time. Riffs and the song Sweet Child of Mine have always been one of the best rock songs. In 1988, Guns n' Roses released the acoustic album GNR Lies and created hits such as Patience and 2 highly controversial songs: Used To Love Her and One in a Million. This album sold 5 million copies and entered the top 5 albums. Unfortunately because it was considered excessive drug addiction, Steven Adler was fired from GNR and replaced by Matt Sorum. Dizzy Red also joined to fill the keyboard position.
In 1991, GNR released their most ambitious double album Use Your Illusion I and II. This album produces 2 songs that have complex, dramatic and artistic compositions such as November Rain and Estrange, but unfortunately the seeds of division in GNR began to emerge. Axl Rose directed his music more towards progressive rock, while Slash and McKagan tended to Hard Rock. The album also produced hits like Don't Cry, Yesterday, Civil War, etc. Unfortunately, after this album was completed, Izzy left GNR because Axl Rose was authoritarian and founded the band Juju Hounds. Finally his position was replaced by Gilby Clark.
After releasing the album Spaghetti Incident? The less successful, GNR began to be on the verge of disintegration, let alone Axl's very strong dominance. Finally, Slash chose a solo career and formed Slash's Snakepit with Matt Sorum, Gilbi Clarke, Dizzy Reed, Mike Inez and Eric Dover. The album It's Five O'Clock Somewhere sold 1.5 million copies in America. In 1996 Slash officially announced his departure from GNR. In 2000, Slash's Snakepit released the album Ain't Life Grand. In 2004, Slash with Matt Sorum and Duff McKagan formed the band Velvet Revolver with Scott Weiland as vocalist and Dave Kushner as guitarist. And produced 2 albums that were quite successful: Contraband (2004) and Libertad (2007).
In the late '80s, Slash was almost the only guitarist with symptoms of slow shredding, reminiscent of the hard rock guitarist style invented by Page and Beck rather than Paganini and Bach. With his rebellious, street child image and dirty playing style, Slash became a Hard Rock guitar icon, playing with wild and aggressive riffs, inspired by blues music that has strength in bending techniques and slashing vibrato, so that he can beat vertuso shred troops like Yngwie. Malmsteen or Steve Vai. All the advancements in guitar have made things complicated, says Slash. "I'm not intimidated by any of that stuff, my basic roots come from hard rock. You can do a million notes using that foundation."
Slash's playing showed a new generation of guitarists that emotion was as important as chops, paving the way for the rise of grunge and the rebirth of '90s punk rock. In the midst of the fender strat mania of the 80s that many guitarists loved, Slash revived interest in the Les Paul. Although Slash is a loyal hard rock guitarist, he is often a favorite guest guitarist on records from a wide variety of artists including Iggy Pop, Alice Cooper, Paul Rodgers, Carole King, and Michael Jackson.