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Eric Johnson

Cliffs of Dover (4:10)

"Cliffs of Dover" is an instrumental song by guitarist Eric Johnson which appeared on his 1990 Ah Via Musicom album. Composed in the key of G major, the song was recorded on a Gibson ES-335. The song takes its name from the white Cliffs of Dover along the British shoreline. It also features on the video game Guitar Hero III. "Cliffs of Dover" was voted number 17 in Guitar World magazine's list of 100 Greatest Guitar…

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  • Yeah, for a fast playing it has a good groove. AfiaAfia.com
  • this is fun to play on guitar hero!!
  • Ótima!
  • Nice
  • Great sound, melodic and fluid. Superb piece of work.
  • He’s so versatile he can play electric, acoustic, lap steel and bass guitar. Though Eric Johnson doesn’t play all of these instruments on this composition from his third studio record, the piece suitably displays his many talents. Particularly notable for its solos, the Grammy-winning song was named after the white cliffs found in southeast England. -- watchmojo
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  • I love beautiful excelent music..
  • I love it.

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