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i see it, but then again, it's rock music. There are always going to be sound-alike riffs.

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i see it, but then again, it's rock music. There are always going to be sound-alike riffs.



But Crossroads is such an iconic riff... it's just weird.
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Has anyone ever noticed the similarity of these riffs? they're almost exactly the same!

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Steve Miller is possibly the most brilliant musical thief to have ever lived. If you listen to him you'll hear bits and pieces of other songs in pretty much everything he's ever written. Jet Airliner is probably the most obvious of them, he's also borrowed Heavily from the song Cocaine, and Sweet Home Alabama among others.
#7
First time I heard Jet Airliner on the radio, I thought it was crossroads. Me and my dad always play "who sings it?" when we're driving, and when he asked me I said Clapton and he looked at me like I was an idiot Then the Vocals started and I was like "wait, what the ****?"