Your favourite coda?

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  1. blowtorch

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    Starts at 3:18

     
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    This version of "Silver Threads And Golden Needles" has a great coda at the end. Starts around 2:06

     
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    Just a short one but I love this song. Starts at 2:15

     
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    I'm well aware of the song's origin. I was referring to a forum member, who amazingly has posted here now, but not had a pop at the song - maybe the member missed the original post?

    My favourite coda? - certainly not this one!

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    My fingers started drumming that riff as soon as I saw your post. I'll counter with a more mellow coda from the same folks.

     
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    I was referring to a forum member, who amazingly has posted here now, but not had a pop at the song - maybe the member missed the original post? ('Having a go' was obviously lost in transatlantic crossing; it's a term used in the UK for criticising - not the attempt to cover a song).
     
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    Always loved this one by JJ Cale.
     
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