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post #136 of 159
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...


Originally Posted by musical-kage View Post

The Prayer by Celine Dion and Andrea Bocelli,


Watch this. Amazing.



post #137 of 159

Hehe, I know :) That is where I originally heard the track. I actually prefer the bass on their mix to the other one, but I thought the other one would be known more

post #138 of 159
Originally Posted by lozanoa11 View Post

Your Hand in Mine - Explosions in the Sky


Originally Posted by A Love Supreme View Post

He has the most chilling voice of all time. When I saw him perform this live everyone in the room was just frozen in sheer awe.


Avalanche by Leonard Cohen


Originally Posted by wuwhere View Post

Aujourd hui C'est Toi



Hey, it worked..  Here's another one that gets me every time.  Tall Dwarfs - Nothing's going to Happen (~2:35-3:00).


post #139 of 159

Loving Arms- Dobie Gray

Love Songs-Brandi Carlile

I'd Rather Leave While I'm Inlove-Rita Coolidge

Baby Can I Hold You-Tracy Chapman

If I Only Had Time-Earl Grant

Baby Lay Down-Ruby Winters

This Is My Life-Shirley Bassey

post #140 of 159

Aaron Lewis, Fred Durst - Outside (acoustic)

Fix You - Coldplay

Hotel California - The Eagles (Hell Freezes Over)

Little Wing - Stevie Ray Vaughn

The Hazards of Love 4 - The Decemberists

Sometimes Around Midnight - The Airborne Toxic Event

post #141 of 159

Rush - Natural Science


Radiohead - House of Cards

those two do it for me : D

post #142 of 159

Kind of Blue - Miles Davis

Astronomy - Blue Oyster Cult

Teardrop - Massive Attack

post #143 of 159

The big string piece from On The Nature Of Daylight, The Blue Notebooks, by Max Richter. The intensity and clarity makes this elegantly haunting, but not eerie. You just have to listen to it.

post #144 of 159

You Know Where to Find Me - Imogen Heap

Nara - E. S. Posthumus



Horizons (ft. Veela) - Feint


I have eclectic tastes. :P

Edited by Vitriform - 7/4/14 at 10:37pm
post #145 of 159
Fire and Rain - James Taylor
post #146 of 159

Only You - Peter Hewlett & Josie Aiello

post #147 of 159

This Will Be Our Year - The Zombies




Supper's Ready - Genesis


Edited by Leckel1996 - 7/11/14 at 1:50am
post #148 of 159
Wire - Map Ref. 41°n 93°w
Deafheaven - The Pecan Tree
Aphex Twin - Flim
Wolves in the Throne Room - Astral Blood
Plaid - Nafovanny
Pantha du Prince - Saturn Strobe
post #149 of 159

The guitar solo in Pink Floyd's 'Time'
The "Send up a prayer in my name" vocal and key change in 'The Loneliness Of A Tower Crane Driver' by Elbow
The bridge in Foals' 'Spanish Sahara'
Gravity by Idina Menzel
Let it Go by Passenger
A Day in the Life by Beatles
Comfortably Numb by Pink Floyd
Rolling Stones Gimme Shelter
Kashmir by Led Zeppelin

post #150 of 159

Man with no name -  Teleport

Astral Projection - Mahadeva





Edited by lupusromanus - 7/19/14 at 12:54pm
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