The only accrptabe answers will be some song by AC/DC.
Because they are all the same?
That's a tough one. A lot of Pink Floyd tunes popped into my head. Then some of my beloved '60s garage. There is one song that always relaxes me though, and carries me to simpler times and other places. "Tuesday Afternoon" by the Moody Blues...............https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wM8JjT-97i8
Hey man you nailed it,Moody blues forever
Postmodern Jukebox's cover of "Talk Dirty": https://youtu.be/yvEWNlcefAw
Iron Maiden 'The Phantom of the Opera' or Nightwish 'Ghost Love Score'. Both would have to be live versions with the current lineups.
"Everything is awesome", from the Lego movie. Of course, the rest of my life might be much shorter than I had anticipated!
Of course, the rest of my life might be much shorter than I had anticipated!I just started thinking in those terms lately. Had a heart attack last Saturday night/Sunday morning and ended up getting a stent the day before my 63rd birthday. Just what I've always wanted.........
Hang in there taminator. I hope all goes good and you mend well !!
Godspeed and good luck Taminator13!
Comfortably Numb off the Delicate Sound of Thunder album.It's the best version out there as far as I'm concerned. The radio station around here will play it occasionally but they always cut off the last of it which is why I like that version, the bastards.
"Bridge of Sighs" by Robin Trower. The "other" slow hand.
Isn't it obvious?https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dQw4w9WgXcQ
Moonlight Serenade - Glenn Miller.
Song? I don't think I could pick an album or even a composer or group to only listen to forever. If you told me I could only have one song, I'd prefer nothing.
Completely agree. If it has to be one might as well make it Man of Constant Sorrow.
Scheherazade - Eugene Ormandy
Tough call, of course. I love music from almost every genre, except that rap stuff that they try to call music. I would have to say, Spanish Steps, by Van Morison. Listen once, and you will know why. Plus, I am a sax player by trade. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xf_LWHBYEdE
Soulshine....Allman Brothers live version
Bach's Partita #3 in E Major.Here's a non-traditional rendition:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s8f2KYcd6VM
Paradise By The Dashboard Light ... Meatloaf
The AIR TRASH Tallywacker Choir singing "The songbook" Starting with the AIR TRASH "HIM," seguing into The 12 Daze of Jumping and top itoff with the segue into "BLOOD ON THE RISERS!!!!!!!!"Blue skyz Black Death!!!,skybill-out
Rhick As a Brick
I'm thinking something from Pink Floyd with an awesomely long Gilmour solo. Something live from Animals or The Wall. Can't nail it down just now but, for sure Pink Floyd.
Leave a comment.. Let me know what you think! :)