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    Posted: June 14 2019 at 07:40
Hi,

Apart from some lyrics, almost all of the music mentioned here has been a part of my sexiest and loving'est moments ever ... and the only goosebumps I might have would be some nails running slowly through my back, or my own nails running through hers!

Some lyrics are the bigger problem for me, and while I like Steve Wilson, and have no issues with his work in PT, on his own, every now and then one of his lyrics hits me wrong ... and badly wrong. It's not the lyric itself ... it's how he says it ... it's more than "personal" .... it ends up sounding vindictive and malicious, and that kind of stuff has a way of turning me off that person's work. So far, I have not let go of SW, in this example, but one more moment of that ugly side, and I will never play another SW moment, or possibly even another PT moment, even though I love that band ... but it's the mates that make it, for me, not him!
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That godly church organ ascension in 'Awaken' gets me every time.
All of 'Aspirations' by Gentle Giant.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Rednight Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: June 13 2019 at 10:35
The ending section of Maxophone's When We Were Young. Otherworldly.

Edited by Rednight - June 13 2019 at 10:35
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And did I forget the Rolling Stones: "Gimme Shelter", "Jumpin' Jack Flash", "Going Home", "Street Fighting Man", "Live With Me"...
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Multiple Beatles songs, mostly from Rubber Soul and onwards ("Norwegian Wood", "In My Life", "She Said She Said", "A Day In the Life", "Hey Jude", "Something" et al)
The Beach Boys: "God Only Knows", "Don't Talk (Put Your Head On My Shoulder)", "Pet Sounds" (instrumental track)
The Who: "Christmas", "The Acid Queen", "The Punk And the Godfather", "I Can See For Miles", "Anyway Anyhow Anywhere", "I'm a Boy"
David Bowie: "Starman", "Heroes"
Pink Floyd: "Comfortably Numb", "Time"
Mike Oldfield: the "ceremonial" introduction of instruments at the end of side 1 of Tubular Bells
Genesis: "The Carpet Crawlers"
Television: "Marquee Moon" (especially the guitar build-up)
Talking Heads: "Found a Job" (the outro), "Mind", "Air", "The Great Curve"
The Clash: "London Calling", "Clampdown", Kingston Advice", "Four Horsemen"
The Police: "King of Pain", "Don't Stand So Close To Me"
R.E.M.: "Pilgrimage", "Perfect Circle", "The Flowers of Guatemala", "Everybody Hurts"
Nirvana: "Smells Like Teen Spirit", "Drain You", "Heart Shaped Box", "All Apologies"
Soundgarden: "Black Hole Sun"
Björk: "Isobel"
Blur: "Brothers And Sisters", "Tender"
Pulp: "Feeling Called Love", "I Spy"
Radiohead: "No Surprises", "Planet Telex", "High And Dry", "Airbag", "Everything In Its Right Place"
Jarboli: "Utopija"
Pussy Riot: "I Can't Breathe"


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Originally posted by Finnforest Finnforest wrote:

Originally posted by Barbu Barbu wrote:

Big Neil - Powderfinger

 


That album is so amazing. Powderfinger and Thrasher, especially. 

Absolutely, one of those classics you buy in pair, one copy for the living room shelves and one copy for the car.
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There must be many.. but the ones I remember now, that also frequently come accompanied by watery eyes (mainly in Rush), are these:


Rush:

 · A Farewell to Kings: 

The combination of power and those amazing, epic, beautiful, direct, addressing, historical, justice and better society through intelligence and common sense driven lyrics... being screamed by Geddy:

Can't we find
The minds that made us strong?
Oh can't we learn
To feel what's right and what's wrong? What's wrong

[Lifeson's breaking guitar solo over the bass and drums section]

Cities full of hatred
Fear and lies
Withered hearts
And cruel, tormented eyes
Scheming demons
Dressed in kingly guise
Beating down the multitude
And scoffing at the wise
Whoa can't we raise our eyes
And make a start?
Can't we find the minds
To lead us closer to the heart?


 · Xanadu 
   The ending guitar solo from that starting low note (but it could easily be the entire song: the birds, synth, chimes and guitar with volume effect at the beginning and the breaking of the drums & guitar picking after that).

 · Here Again
   The slow guitar solo

Genesis:

 · The Fountain of Salmacis
   The ending march with the guitar solo

 · One for the Vine
   The synth part near the end
 
 
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Originally posted by Finnforest Finnforest wrote:

Originally posted by Tom Ozric Tom Ozric wrote:

Many songs, but the violin solo part of Losing It (Rush, from Signals) is exhilarating.


Good call....I'm gonna play it now for the Oz!Big smile
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Originally posted by Tom Ozric Tom Ozric wrote:

Many songs, but the violin solo part of Losing It (Rush, from Signals) is exhilarating.


Good call....I'm gonna play it now for the Oz!Big smile
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Many songs, but the violin solo part of Losing It (Rush, from Signals) is exhilarating.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote miamiscot Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: June 03 2019 at 14:58
Neal Morse Band "A Love That Never Dies"

Gets me every time.
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Originally posted by Barbu Barbu wrote:

Big Neil - Powderfinger

 


That album is so amazing. Powderfinger and Thrasher, especially. 
she's my little rock n roll, yeah....
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Anything from Icehouse

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Big Neil - Powderfinger

Strawbs - The Hangman

VdGG - Arrow

Many Oldfield guitar solos.
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Apocalypse in 9/8 section of Supper's Ready by Genesis, In The Dead Of Night by U.K., Romantic Warrior by Return To Forever, Further Away by I.Q., Watermelon In Easter Hay Frank Zappa.

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Originally posted by dougmcauliffe dougmcauliffe wrote:

Camel is a band with many songs that give me chills

Song within a Song, particularly the ending gets me every time. It's just out of this world.

Echoes by them as well, the verse in particular

There's really several throughout several throughout what ive listened to so far (Mirage, Snow goose, Moonmadness, Rain Dances, Breathless, Rajaz, Nod and a Wink) they're simply one of my favorite bands ever.

Outside of that I can only really think of The ending of Suppers Ready and Cinema Show.

Perhaps the Night Watch by King Crimson and Starless

I feel the same about Camel, very emotional and moody music.  That part where Andy sings about the red guitar on Rajaz (Straight to my heart?)  -- that part gets me every time.
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Two more: July Morning and Gypsy (both from Uriah Heep), when the swirling Hammond and heavy guitar riffs blend, an adrenaline rush, so exciting and compelling!

Edited by TenYearsAfter - June 02 2019 at 13:49
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Camel is a band with many songs that give me chills

Song within a Song, particularly the ending gets me every time. It's just out of this world.

Echoes by them as well, the verse in particular

There's really several throughout several throughout what ive listened to so far (Mirage, Snow goose, Moonmadness, Rain Dances, Breathless, Rajaz, Nod and a Wink) they're simply one of my favorite bands ever.

Outside of that I can only really think of The ending of Suppers Ready and Cinema Show.

Perhaps the Night Watch by King Crimson and Starless
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Originally posted by TenYearsAfter TenYearsAfter wrote:

The final parts of The Musical Box (Genesis), Forgotten Sons (Marillion) and Out Of The Blue (Roxy Music) on Viva!, the mindblowing violin solo by Jobson.
 

I think that may be my favourite live album. What a line up they had at that time!
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Watchtower - solo to Fall of Reason, UK - In the Dead of Night, Allan Holdsworth - The Unmerry Go Round, Yes - Starship Trooper outro, Yes - opening to It Can Happen, Barnabas - opening to Breathless Wonderment, Pink Floyd - Comfortably Numb, Tori Amos - Silent All These Years, King's X - Out of the Silent Planet, Zebra - Who's Behind the Door, Eric Johnson - Cliffs of Dover, Yngwie Malmsteen - Icarus Dream Suite, Triumph - The Blinding Light Show, Gary Numan - Films and Cars, Devo - Beautiful World, Dire Straits - Brothers in Arms and opening to Money for Nothing, Big Country - In a Big Country, Scorpions - Sails of Charon, Michael Schenker - Captain Nemo, Rush - Broon's Bane/Trees/Xanadu sequence on Exit Stage Left, Kate Bush - Jig of Life and Under Ice, Police - Don't Stand So Close to Me, Message in a Bottle, Driven to Tears, and Secret Journey, King Crimson - In the Hall of the Crimson King and Elephant Talk, ELP - Lucky Man, Tarkus, and Toccata Ginastera, Genesis - Dancing With the Moonlit King, Tool - Schism, ... there's just too many!!! I give up.
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