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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by RoscoeElegante, Dec 5, 2017 at 9:30 AM.
I love this track but I don't like the outro at all.
Pigs fades in to Sheep
It does not appear anyone has mentioned the late, great Clarence's work on Truck Stop Girl.
Keith Richard Locked Away, the last minute or so. My favorite Tele sound ever.
I just love how he eases on out that back door.
Maybe someone will be kind enough to post it for me.
Night Train GNR
That's the one! The coolest fades are those that move into another song.
I have heard this song hundreds of times over the years, but I had never heard the album version until yesterday. Skip to about 2:45 if you don't want to hear the whole thing.
I'd say FF to the 9:45 ish mark but you'd be missing an epic song with an incredible fade.
Thorn Tree in the Garden
My absolute favorite, and also the most frustrating. The fade-out starts at 4:00. Why did they fade out during that friggin' guitar solo? It always bothered me but I'd sit there and listen to the fade-out over and over and try to catch as much as I could before I couldn't hear it anymore. I'd do anything to hear the rest of what happened after the fade-out.
I can't believe no one has mentioned The Beatles' "Hey, Jude." (Or did I miss it?)
It's even referenced in the ELO song "Shangri-La."
Talk Talk - Wealth
Quiet, almost random organ notes drifting out like water or birdsong... you can almost still hear them on the edge of your hearing long after it's over. The perfect ending to one of the most perfect albums ever made.
Yet another Dire Straits outro!
Great choices! My favorite is still the incredibly wistful fade on Springsteen's Racing in the Street.
Some Dire Straits already mentioned, but I'm surprised no one picked Brothers in Arms. I can't imagine that song without the long fade ...
Over the Hills and Far Away - Zeppelin
Fade out at the end of the Dark Side of the Moon LP - Pink Floyd