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Back To The Future - Mysterious Self-Playing Guitar
When Marty is playing at the dance, he starts to fade. He takes his hands off the guitar, but miraculously, it keeps playing! how do you explain that? Also, he played nothing but slides that entire song, and anyone knows there more than that to Johnny B. Good.
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Spike writes:
Marty's hand fades during "Earth Angel" and the music changes appropriately. And he quite clearly plays more than 'just slides' when playing Johnny B. Goode!
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MikefrekinScott writes:
Spike is right..cause this is one of my favorate movies..I've watched it numerous times..and during Earth Angel when Marty's hand fades, you can hear the guitar playing start to get really scetchy and bad sounding...
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Jz writes:
And If Marty dissapeared He would not have been born and he wouldn't have gone back in time and his parents would've married and then he would have gone back in time
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Bambam writes:
You say that he only played 'slides' in earth angel and it takes a lot more than that to play Johnny B. Goode, as any musition would know, you only play what is required in a song. If he had played solo's all the way through earth angel it would not have fitted the song. Just because he can play better, it doesn't mean he would all the time.
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