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Silent All These Years and Winter, by Tori Amos.  her voice is amazing.

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pink floyd - comfortably numb

pink floyd - marooned

deftones - change

deftones - passenger

zee avi - bitter heart

zee avi - first of the gang to die

norah jones - one flight down

norah jones - the painter song

coldplay - talk (the intro riff gets me all the time)

coldplay - message

jane monheit - over the rainbow

journey - faithfully

hans zimmer - time

evanescence - my immortal

sarah mclachlan - angel

the cranberries - ode to my family

oasis - don't look back in anger

the killers - human

sungha jung - can't take my eyes off you (frankie veilly acoustic fingerpicking cover)

roxette - it must have been love (not the best audiophile track, but i love this song all the same)

alicia keys - if i ain't got you


Edited by avexdevil - 12/5/10 at 9:28pm
post #123 of 142

Metallica All Nightmare Long

Metallica The Unamed Feeling

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Great thread, helped me (re)discover lots of great recordings.

 

My list:

 

Eva Cassidy (Live at Blues Alley) - Stormy Monday (could add the whole album...)

Ray Charles (Genius Loves Company) - Fever (with Natalie Cole)

E.S.T (Live In Hamburg) - The Rube Thing

Peter Cincotti (Peter Cincotti) - Sway

Sade (Dimond Life) - Sally

 

Bob Dylan  (Oh Mercy) - Man In The Long Black Coat

Bonnie Raitt (Road Tested) - Love Me Like A Man

Van Morrison (Moondance) - Crazy Love

Alan Parsons Project (I Robot) - ...

 

Wishbone Ash (Argus [2002 Remastered]) - Phoenix (Bonus Live Track)

Deep Purple (Fireball) - Fools

Coheed and Cambria (The Second Stage Turbine Blade) Time Consumer

 

Shostakovich (Symphony No.5) - Allegro (Best I know is from Vinyl - DG 2531 361)

post #125 of 142

The Gale by Insomnium. Right when the vocals kick in is amazing smily_headphones1.gif

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Reviving a great thread.

 

The Prayer by Celine Dion and Andrea Bocelli... That one song that actually makes me shiver and cry. I don't know why...

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The Philip Glass Ensemble - Pruit Igoe & Prophecies

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LOL, Cant believe Stranglehold isn't in here

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Anything by Dillon Francis :D That nerd is a beast

post #130 of 142
Quote:
Originally Posted by planx View Post

Reviving a great thread.

 

The Prayer by Celine Dion and Andrea Bocelli... That one song that actually makes me shiver and cry. I don't know why...

 

+1 for this song.

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Edited by eucariote - 11/25/12 at 7:46pm
post #132 of 142

The Prayer by Celine Dion and Andrea Bocelli,

Time To Say Goodbye by Sarah Brightman and Andrea Bocelli,

3 Gymnopedies, Gymnopedie No.1 by Erik Satie,

Fight Of The Navigator (soundtrack), by Alan Silvestri,

The Mirror Of Love (Also called The Lovers) by The Enid,

Jerusalem by The Enid (their version is amazing, from their Final Noise album)

Afraid Of Sunlight by Marillion,

A Salty Dog by Procol Harum,

Wreck Of The Hesperus by Procal Harum,

Come In Out Of The Rain by Wendy Moten,

Only Hope (might help by watching the film A Walk To Remember) by Mandy Moore,

Watermark by Enya,

Earth Song by Micheal Jackson,

If Today Was Your Last Day by Nickelback,

Gravenimage by Sonata Arctica,

Light Through The Veins by John Hopkins,

One World by Celtic Woman,

Prayer by Hayley Westenra,

Easier To Run by Linkin Park,

Bedshaped by Keane,

Treasure by Amethystium,

Bolero by Ravel,

The Drugs Don't Work by The Verve,

Goodbye Kiss by Kasabian

Wuthering Heights by Kate Bush,

You're The Voice by John Farnham,

Question by The Moody Blues,

Twelve Dances with God - In A Stone Circle by Andrew Giddings & Ian Anderson

Song From A Secret Garden by Secret Garden,

Nocturne by Secret Garden,

The Land Before Time - End Credits by James Horner,

Broken Wings by Mr.Mister

Lift by Poets Of The Fall,

Mission by Rush,

Under The Westway by Blur,

Bastian's Happy Flight (from Never Ending Story) by Klaus Doldinger,

Crystalise by Lindsey Stirling

Shadows by Lindsey Stirling

Take Me Away (Re-Ward Vocal Remix) by 4Strings,

The Night by Scooter,

Symmetry C (Lange Breakbeat Remix) by Brainchild,

Dead In The Water by Ellie Goulding (that string section in the middle gets me every time)

 

In no particular order mind you, and a pretty long list, but I hope some of you like them very much. Worth a listen! :)


Edited by musical-kage - 11/27/12 at 6:12pm
post #133 of 142

Great thread. Lots of good stuff on here. Thought I'd contribute for once:

 

To Build a Home – The Cinematic Orchestra

Whispering from Spring Awakening

Evergreen – Mostly Autumn

World Trade Center Piano Theme – Craig Armstrong

Fouri Dal Mondo – Ludovico Einaudi

Now or Never (Acoustic Version) – DJ Shah feat. Aruna

My Gift of Silence – Blackfield

Sally's Song (Amy Lee Version) – Danny Elfman

Blackbird – Alter Bridge

Hurt – Christina Aguilera

He Films The Clouds Pt. 2 – Maybeshewill

The Funeral – Band of Horses

Whiskey Lullaby – Brad Baisley ft. Alison Krauss

In My Arms – Gaya

It's Been Awhile – Staind

Hung Over As the Queen in Maida Vale

Seven Devils – Florence + The Machine

Perfect Day – Miriam Stockley

 

And Carol to the Bells because Christmas is right around the corner

post #134 of 142

Love this thread. So many to choose from. Lets see:

 

All Delighted People - Sufjan Stevens

A Lack of Color - Death Cab for Cutie

If I Go, I'm Goin - Gregory Alan Isakov

Home - Radical Face

Heartbeats - Jose Gonzales

If You're Gone - Matchbox Twenty

 

Just to name a few...

post #135 of 142

Aujourd hui C'est Toi

 

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