1. Moonage Daydream – Mick Ronson A sci-fi blowout: Ronson picks the song up and sends it spinning into outer space. 2. Voodoo Child – Jimi Hendrix Evil blues from the greatest rock guitarist ever. 3. Since I’ve Been Loving You – Jimmy Page Passionate, desperate lyricism. 4. Shine On You Crazy Diamond – David Gilmour Moving, meditational, un-showy expression of melody and tone. 5. Like A Hurricane – Neil Young Not technically adept, Young can play one note like a primal force. 6. Hotel California – Joe Walsh and Don Felder Soaring, uplifting twin lead takes off into the ether. 7. Purple Rain – Prince Wild, fluid and free as his soulful vocals. 8. While My Guitar Gently Weeps – Eric Clapton Seamlessly integrated, Clapton weeps and wails all over George Harrison’s mournful melody. 9. Love Spreads – John Squire Bluesy slide work out to a funky beat gives Britpop wings. 10. Cause We’ve Ended As Lovers – Jeff Beck Heartfelt emotion on a Stevie Wonder cover from the most technically dazzling guitarist since Jimi.