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Discussion in 'Music to Your Ears' started by RoscoeElegante, Jul 19, 2019.
It was a good drive home from work today...
Hmm, forgot these
Right there with you. Every. Time.
Every time my previous band played, “Turn the Page”, the hair stood up on the back of my neck (no goosebumps). We played the song as a cross between Bob Seeger and Metallica’s version. Our singer always nailed that song.
This one, for sure. The slide solo gives me goosebumps every time, but the very last line . . .
+1 for Wichita Lineman.
Maybe cliche, but The Doors - Riders On The Storm
Bobbie Gentry - Ballad of Billy Joe
Vickie Lawrence - The Night The Lights Went Out In Georgia
Bongwater's version of Kisses Sweeter Than Wine
Ween - Cold Blows the Wind
Carlos Santana plays guitar on this one.
Certain recordings capture the opening glissando of Gershwin's 'Rhapsody In Blue' so well, my spine goes all squishy. One in particular I have on heavy vinyl is capable of eliciting a physical response.
Somewhere out there, there must exist a recording of Annie Lennox performing 'You Have Placed A Chill' totally solo. Just Annie. No backing. I saw it when it was broadcast and my eyes went a little leaky. The audience remained silent for at least five seconds while they digested what they'd witnessed, then erupted as one. Annie is good at the worst of times. Usually, She's superb. This was beyond measurement. This turned bones to mush, flesh to jelly.
Mavis steals the show. At the very end, She whispers 'Beautiful'. Yes Mavis, it was was and you are.
Raw Wilko covering Van Morrison.
still does too.
I always found this song very moving the solo is so great as well.
I Can't Get No Satisfaction......The Stones.......song of a generation.