Interestingly enough i couldn't find a section devoted solely to this topic. I am aware of some of his guest appearances.
Predictably the Jeffrey Osborne album STAY WITH ME TONIGHT (Stay with Me Tonight & Two Wrongs Don't Make a Right)
personally i think the latter is a more blazing solo, however, the Stay With Me Tonight Solo is far more distinctive in it's typical BM voicing.
Have a Cigar (MI2 soundtrack with the Foo Fighters)
Tired of You (Foo Fighters, One By One)
When Death Calls (awesome solo on the 80's Black Sabbath incarnation)
What's YOUR favorite BM side jam?
Which is the rarest most unheard of one? Is it Diggin My Potatoes with Lonnie Donnegan?
a favorite of mine is his solo on Raining In My Heart (buddy holly) performed with Status Quo, the gradual building of the solo, though typical of BM is pretty damned enchanting.
I would have to go for his ripping solo on the sone "New Damage" with Soundgarden. Honorable mentions to his tasty parts in Eddie Howell's Man From Manhatten and his excellent playing on the hard to listen to Anita Dobson album.
Bigfish wrote: What about these three from '89.
All cracking breaks;
Holly Johnson - Lovetrain
Living in a Box - Blow the house down.
Can't believe no one's heard these..
AHHh yeah... i used to have downloads of all those from the old brian may tribute site.
I love that guitar harmony on Blow the House Down... dated song as it is.
New Damage was awesome too.
He also pulled off a really SCATHING solo on a guest spot with Jerry Lee Lewis on the Hammersmith DVD. too bad his cable came off on the most ripping one he'd started.
What about his guitar work on:
'Someone To Die For' feat. Jimmy Gnecco singing
'FBI' from the tribute to the Shadows
Kudos to who mentioned:
'Mr. Your a Better Man Than I' by: The Yardbirds
'New Damage' by: Soundgarden
P.S. I would've enjoyed 'You & I' more if they had done more justice in the final mix w/ Brian's guitar work.