#1
I bought a glass slide the other day & I was wondering if anyone knows any good songs that use a slide. I already know Free Bird uses one. Any others?

Thanks in advance
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#3
Allman Bros. use slides extensively - as a general genre, delta blues use slides, check out Son House, Tampa Red, Charlie Patton and Robert johnson for early blues slide stuff. Also Muddy waters and Elmore james. In more modern rock, Jimmy page and keith richards used slides on occasion also.
#4
scar tissue solo -rhcp
some white stripes stuff like catch hell blues
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#5
Get the album Hittin' the Note by The Allman Bros. You'll hear slide like you've never heard it before.
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#6
Allman Bros
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Derek Trucks

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#7
YouTube "Any Day Derek Trucks Crossroads" .

Slide orgasms may ensue.

And +1 to any Allman Brothers recs.

Check out Elmore James, too.
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#8
The Edge of U2 occasionally does.

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#9
"Motherless Children" by Clapton has one of the most pimp slide parts ever IMO. There's also a good deal of Zeppelin - "In My Time of Dying," "When the Levee Breaks."
#10
"Rollin' and Tumblin" off of Cream's Royal Albert Hall concert is some of Clapton's better slide work, imo
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#11
Anything by Johnny Shines, Hound Dog Taylor, Elmore James, a lot of stuff by Muddy Waters and Howlin Wolf, tons of blues in general.

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#12
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"Rollin' and Tumblin" off of Cream's Royal Albert Hall concert is some of Clapton's better slide work, imo

I like Canned Heat's version of that song better than Cream's. Only good slide work of Clapton's IMO is the London Sessions with Howlin Wolf.
#13
Quote by Flying Couch
"Motherless Children" by Clapton has one of the most pimp slide parts ever IMO. There's also a good deal of Zeppelin - "In My Time of Dying," "When the Levee Breaks."

As well as What is and What Should Never Be, You Shook Me, and Travelin Riverside Blues.