John Frusciante – Unreachable

Cover of the album "The Empyrean" by John Frusciante

Song: Unreachable

Artist: John Frusciante

Album: The Empyrean

John Frusciante is/was/is/was/is the guitarist for the Red Hot Chili Peppers. After the band’s original guitarist, Hillel Slovak, passed away in 1988, John took over. He’s gone through some ups and downs, but just a few months ago he re-joined the band again after 10 years. He’s the guitarist on most of the band’s hit songs/albums (Stadium Arcadium, By the Way, Californication, Under the Bridge). Apart from the band, he has released 12 solo albums. This song is one of my favorites. Throw it on with headphones and listen to the whole thing. Also, check out this video of him doing a solo song at a Chili Pepper show back in 2003.

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