Like many bands of the era, Dokken earned their craft by playing high-energy glam metal in the Los Angeles clubs and finally hit the big time with a string of hit singles in the mid-eighties (including Into The Fire and Alone Again). The band may have been named after its singer Don Dokken, but what made them so great to most of the fans was George Lynch’s fierce guitar playing. He was and still is the most bluesy and soulful shredder.
Number of tabs: 2
|Alone Again||Tooth and Nail||Guitars, Bass & Backing Track|
|Alone Again||Tooth and Nail||Full Score|