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Old 03-23-2006, 10:55 PM   #16
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I guess anything from Explosions In The Sky?
absolutely

or anything by: Godspeed You! Black Emperor and 65daysofstatic

mi favorite song of all-time is: "Sleep" (by GY!BE)

"Jerusalem" by Sleep (the band, not the song) too, 70 minutes of pure and heavy drone metal
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Pink Floyd - Atom Heart Mother
Hey... that's not an instrumental! You forgot Mason's 'Quiet in the studio!' or something like that.

Seriously, outside of that line it's one hell of a classical/jazz/prog rock/avant garde instrumental piece!

Also... Joe Satriani's Always With Me, Always With You.

And Def Leppard's criminally underrated Satriani inspired instrumental Disintegrate from their '99 album Euphoria!
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Hey... that's not an instrumental! You forgot Mason's 'Quiet in the studio!' or something like that.

Seriously, outside of that line it's one hell of a classical/jazz/prog rock/avant garde instrumental piece!
Pfft, spoken word doesn't equate to vocals. Another one I love is A Saucerful Of Secrets. The end is beautiful, especially the live versions with David's "ohh"s. Can't forget Interstellar Overdrive either. The part (on the stereo version of the album) that rapidly pans between the left and right channels makes my head explode when I'm listening on headphones.
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Can't forget Interstellar Overdrive either. The part (on the stereo version of the album) that rapidly pans between the left and right channels makes my head explode when I'm listening on headphones.
yes yes yes!!!

aSoS...

pre DSOTM Floyd
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Re: Your Favourite Instrumental Regardless Of Genre

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Stevie Ray Vaughan; Little Wing
that's near the top on my list too


#1 is probably: bruce cockburn - mistress of storms

very close to number 1: bruce cockburn - down to the delta
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Tender Surrender by Steve Vai is AMAZING. Listen to it. Listen to it.
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Pink Floyd - One Of These Days (yeah, I know Nick Mason speaks one line on it - it's still an instrumental!)

The entire Blade Runner soundtrack by Vangelis.
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Maurice Ravel - 'Bolero' is brilliant, especially with a good helping of Torvill and Dean, but I want to categorically state my favourite instrumental ever is 'Miles Runs The Voodoo Down' by Miles Davis from 'Bitches Brew'. It's just plain badass.
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Instrumental music is something I need to check out more....but a personal favourite is U Boat of Kasabian's album...it rocks
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Old 03-25-2006, 02:11 PM   #26
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Bugger..I can't change it now...I meant Ovary Stripe not U Boat as it most definitely has vocals...
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Rush - YYZ
Rush - 2112 Overture

Mark Knopfler - Going Home (the Local Hero/Wild Theme)

Iron Maiden - Genghis Khan


There's also some classical (or, perhaps more properly 'baroque') music that I have on my computer that I ripped from a burned cd... but the CDDB evidently doesn't have the original cds listed, and so I'm not sure what the pieces I liked were... so, I'll have to get back on that once I do some research.
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that's really tough but I'll go with the first one that came to mind - Jimi Hendrix Star Spangled Banner
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This is a great question! Technically, my all-time favorite piece of music, Gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue, is an instrumental. I also love Copland's Appalacian Spring.

But I think you're asking more contemporary instrumentals--in which case, I would say a song from the 60's, "Java" by Al Hirt. It makes me smile.
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baba o reily (off of pete townshend's lifehouse chronicles)

10 minutes of brilliance

if that doesn't count then: sparks-the who
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