The second season of Greatest Lists continues with the Top 25 Guitar Solos from the 90s. In this episode, Eric selects the #8 pick, “Cliffs of Dover” by Eric Johnson from the 1990 album Ah Via Musicom. Listen to get the scoop on the featured guitarist Eric Johnson, the song’s history, and the hosts’ personal perspective and breakdown.
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- “Cliffs of Dover” by Eric Johnson
- “Trademark” by Eric Johnson
- “Nothing Can Keep Me From You” by Eric Johnson
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While you are here, watch Eric perform “Cliffs of Dover” live on Austin City Limits in 1988…
Also watch the music video for the bonus song “Trademark”…
And finally, listen to Eric sing during this live performance of “Nothing Can Keep Me From You”…