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Old 07-07-2005, 11:00 PM   #16
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I lot of the times i like them like in quadrophenia and 4th of july but bob dylan has a lot of instrumental songs i don't really like.
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Old 07-07-2005, 11:02 PM   #17
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bob dylan has a lot of instrumental songs i don't really like.
umm...Dylan has very few instrumental songs, with most of them being on his Self Portrait album (which is hardly his best work...). Besides that album, the only one I can think of by him is Nashville Skyline Rag which is actually a very good song.
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umm...Dylan has very few instrumental songs, with most of them being on his Self Portrait album (which is hardly his best work...). Besides that album, the only one I can think of by him is Nashville Skyline Rag which is actually a very good song.
Oh, well, i guess i was wrong about that.
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rock music just wasn't made for instrumentals.
Tell that to Dick Dale.
And oh, it seems many of you haven't heard Pet Sounds and Let's Go Away For Awhile by the Beach Boys.
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Speed of Life, A New Career In A New Town, & V2 Schnieder, from Low, & Heroes, by Bowie, are 3 excellent instrumentals, plus the ambient tracks from these great albums also.
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Old 07-08-2005, 09:08 AM   #22
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Tell that to Dick Dale.
And oh, it seems many of you haven't heard Pet Sounds and Let's Go Away For Awhile by the Beach Boys.

yeah I've them; just don't like 'em.
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