Jeez this is tough. OK, here we go.
The Outlaws, "High Tide and Green Grass" from Bring It Back Alive.
This was Hughie Thomasson's homage to the Duane/Dicky's high flying interplay.
The only downside is that Henry Paul (later Skynatd, appropriate ) his partner in the original had left the band.
Neil Young, Powder Finger" from Live Rust.
His guitar work in the song shares a reference with Jimi's "National Anthem".
Angry, cutting, steam shovel notes of guns and war.
Best listened too with top down, volume @ 9.
The third was tough...Beatles on the roof Santana, Woodstock... but it's this one -
I was electrified the first time that I heard this and wondered who the heck it was.
I give you, Lou Reed - "Sweet Jane" from "Rock and Roll Animal".
Steve Hunter and Dick Wagner were on fire that night.
Their opening notes drew you in but confused as to who was playing through some guitar styles. Great song
ps - Steve - Cream, 1967, 3rd row, ☺