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For Absent Friends

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Category: Progressive Music Lounges
Forum Name: Prog Recommendations/Featured albums
Forum Description: Make or seek recommendations and discuss specific prog albums
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Topic: For Absent Friends
Posted By: Pneubauer
Subject: For Absent Friends
Date Posted: September 13 2006 at 20:54
Both Opeth and Genesis have a song by this name... upon finding this out I decided to listen to the Opeth version to see if it was a cover (which I would have liked to hear). I guess it wasn't a cover... but theres one guitar lick, which is played at about 0:56 and again at the end... I know I've heard it before and I THOUGHT it was in a Genesis song... I could be very wrong... I suppose I assumed it was because of the title of the song... I just want to figure out what it is from!

Edit: I thought it might have been Hairless Heart... but... Im not entirely sure... Maybe it isnt from anything... but it reeeeally sounds like it is.

Also, a minor detail, theres an acoustic guitar bit... not sure how many times its repeated but you can hear it at 1:08 for example... which sounds like the beginning of something I've heard before...but it cuts off...

Help please! I'm going mad!



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Posted By: Pneubauer
Date Posted: September 13 2006 at 21:46
No one? I guess I'm just crazy then?

Oh well. Confused





Posted By: lightbulb_son
Date Posted: September 13 2006 at 21:54
I didn't see any similarity but maybe I'm not listening hard enough.

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When the world is sick
Can't no one be well
But I dreamt we were all
beautiful and strong



Posted By: Asphalt
Date Posted: September 14 2006 at 01:25
apart from the title, there really isn't much of a resemblance Wacko



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