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post #76 of 159
Some of these have already been mentioned:

Wish You Were Here - Pink Floyd
How it ends - Devotchka
Mad World - Roland Orzabal
Two Headed Boy - Neutral Milk Hotel
All Mixed Up - Red House Painters
I've Seen All Good People (the 'Your Move' portion) - Yes
Ain't No Sunshine - Bill Withers
Helplessly Hoping - Crosby Stills Nash & Young
The Man Who Sold the World - Nirvana
post #77 of 159
"A Thorn Tree In the Garden" Eric Clapton or (Derick and Dominos)
post #78 of 159
Sia - Breathe me
Radiohead - No Surprises
Sting - Shape of my Heart
Coldplay - The Message, Gravity
Late Night Alumni - Empty Streets
Nas - Film

Rachmaninov - Piano Concerto No 2 in C minor Op 18
Chopin - Ballad in G minor
Mozart - Requiem (Lacrimosa)
post #79 of 159
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Originally Posted by zeromacro View Post
Sting - Shape of my Heart
^A beautiful song made special by Larry Adler


Karma County - A Bride of the Fair Countryside (demo - B-side to Postcard single)
post #80 of 159
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Originally Posted by esotericjester View Post
Some of these have already been mentioned:

Wish You Were Here - Pink Floyd
How it ends - Devotchka
Mad World - Roland Orzabal
Two Headed Boy - Neutral Milk Hotel
All Mixed Up - Red House Painters
I've Seen All Good People (the 'Your Move' portion) - Yes
Ain't No Sunshine - Bill Withers
Helplessly Hoping - Crosby Stills Nash & Young
The Man Who Sold the World - Nirvana

Some awesome songs on this thread
post #81 of 159
If I mentioned this already I apologize. I just can't forget Miles Davis' "So What". Amazing in it's simplicity.
post #82 of 159
Patti Griffin - Rain
Arc Angels - See What Tomorrow Brings (when they're singing about SRV)
Aimee Mann - The Scientist (Live)
Pink Floyd - Breathe
Allman Brothers - Melissa
Drive-By Truckers - 3 Dimes Down
Sia - Breathe Me
Patricia Barber - Bye Bye Blackbird
Ani DiFranco - Gravel
Yes - Turn of the Century
Radiohead - Lucky
John Coltrane - Greensleeves
Freedy Johnston - Evie's Tears
John Lennon - Imagine
Rolling Stones - Intro riff to Can't You Hear Me Knocking
Metallica - One
Diana Krall - Peel Me a Grape
The Beatles - Paperback Writer
Sonny Rollins - St. Thomas
Jane's Addiction - Superhero
Cannonball Adderley - Somethin' Else

Wow...that's a lot of chills.
post #83 of 159
Joy Division_Love Will Tear Us Apart
The Cure_ Strange Days
Airiel_Liquid Paper
Bjork_Hyperballad (from Post Live)
Steady As We Go_Dave Matthews Band (from Weekend On The Rocks)
Tom Sawyer_Rush (for some reason, this song can never be loud enough for me!)
We Both Go Down Together_The Decemberists
On The Bus Mall_The Decemberists
Cayman_Mira
Even Now_Mira
The Fix_Minus The Bear (I love the duelling guitars, really makes soundstage evident)
Late Night, Maudlin Street_Morrissey (this song has made me actually cry many times, even when I have been at my happiest)
post #84 of 159
Cold Play- Talk
Third Eyed Blind- The God of Wine
The Cure- The Last day of Summer
Goldfrapp-- Lovely Head
post #85 of 159

Andrea Bocelli Sarah Brightman Time To Say Goodbye

post #86 of 159

Great Thread, lot's of great tunes.

 

Don't Give Up, Peter Gabriel w/ Paula Cole on the Secret World Live CD.

 

Hurricane, Bob Dylan

 

Stay (Wasting Time), Dave Mathews Live at Folsom Field

 

Tennessee Stud, Johnny Cash

post #87 of 159

Of Montreal - Heimdalsgate Like A Promethean Curse

 

and more recently the entire XX album


Edited by bridge8989 - 5/30/10 at 4:08am
post #88 of 159

These are tracks that just really blow me away and gives me goosebumps for different reasons, and spanning a wide range of musical styles. Some gives me goosebumps because of the haunting emotions, or the beauty, or the dynamics, or the aggression and power, or the mysterious and captivating mood.

 

Dead Can Dance - Cantara

Boowy - Just A Hero (live version from 1986 "Gigs" tour)

Jonantha Brooke - West Point (live version)

The Bleak - Cold, Black Room

PIG - Blades / Painiac (Nothing Touches Me)

Strapping Young Lad - Oh My F-cking God

Kawai Sonoko - Jessy's Tragedy / Silent Revenge / Somerset Maugham Over the Equator / Tokimeki / Aoi Station

Massive Attack - Inertia Creeps / Angel

Caroline Lufkin - Every Little Thing

Olivia Lufkin - Tears & Rainbows

Solar Fields - Mirror's Edge Intro

Orbital - Sad But True

Telefon Tel Aviv - Fairenheit Fair Enough

Lamb - Gorecki

Hitman: contracts - Slaughter House

Half-Life - Vague Voices / Hard Technology Rock

El Mobo - Nightmare Creatures II teaser music

The Last Emperor - Rain (I want a divorce)

Tokyo Love Story - Tenderly-Rika's Theme

Black Magic M-66 - Attack

Songs Inspired by Neon Genesis Evangelion - Prologue de Refrain

Bubble Gum Crisis: part 2, Mad Machine - Don't Forget

Steam: The Turkish Bath - Mahalle

Conan the Barbarian - Riders of Doom / Wifeing-Love Theme

Starship Troopers - Klendathu Drop

Eric Johnson - Manhattan (G3 live version)

Toots Thielemans/Quincy Jones - Velas

Oginome Yoko - Morning Call

Morikawa Miho - I Couldn't Say Because I was Lonely

Goto Maki - Lady-Rise

Anzen Chitai - Sad Cayote

Nokko - Natural

Psy_S - Parachute Limit

B'z - Spirit Loose / Heartbroken

Front 242 - Moldavia

Kraftwerk - Prologue

Debussy - Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faune

Samuel Barber - Adagio for Strings

Mahler - Adagio (Symphony No.5)

David Huang - Baby Don't Go Away

Sarah Mclachlan - Dear God

Stone Roses - I wanna Be Adored

Peter Gabriel - Red Rain

Garbage - #1 Crush

Depeche Mode - Walk In My Shoes

Cure - Fascination Street

Lori Carson - 16 Days

Unreal Championship 2 - Acid Rain

Royal Space Force: Wings of Honneamise - Fade

Red Faction - bigbeat01

Lisa Ekdahl - Rivers of Love

 

 

 

 

 

 

post #89 of 159

Your Hand in Mine - Explosions in the Sky

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