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Old 10-13-2005, 10:17 AM   #1
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Default Favorite instrumental parts in songs?

I have some favorite instrumental parts in songs.

Debbie Gibson songs

Out Of The Blue. I like the instrumental thing after she says, 'Now with you". It sounds like, "Now with you(Clash) out of the blue". It sounds like someone banged cymbals together. Oh I love it!

Out Of The Blue. She says, "Here with you, then it goes into an instrumental part. I love it!

Staying Together

The thing at the end. She says,It's right before you, it's right before your eyes, then there is like one final loud note, then the song ends. Love it!

Fallen Angel
(She says this line)All your red hot love i've found (ah-ah, ah-ah), then it goes into an extended instrumental party. I say extended because some of this beat is played previously in the song, but now it has an additional added part

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To You

One part goes into a great instrumental part.

Sraight Up

I love the flute sound! And I like the opening

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She Bop. I love opening! It sounds like running. I don't know how to explain it, but it sounds as if someone is running. Daddadum-dum(Very fast)
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The instrumental in Layla is incredible.
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'She bops' is full of innuendo
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I have some favorite instrumental parts in songs.

Jethro Tull songs:

the opening guitar riff of "Aqualung"

the flute intro of "Cross-Eyed Mary"

the guitar solo of "A New Day Yesterday"

the strings on "Reasons For Waiting"
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Howard Jones - No One Is To Blame. I love the piano part
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I was just gonna say that I think it's the best part of the song!

I also like the instrumental at the end of "November Rain" by Guns N' Roses



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Family:

Jim King's sax solo on "The Weaver's Answer"

Poli Palmer's overamplified flute on "Drowned In Wine"

Charlie Whitney's echoey guitar on "Stop For the Traffic (Through The Heart of Me")

Whitney's Southern-style banjo riff on "Song For Sinking Lovers"

Rob Townsend's drums on "A Song For Me"

John Weider's violin on the instrumental "Normans"

Whitney's searing guitar riff on "Between Blue And Me"

the marching band ensemble on "Save Some For Thee"
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Korn/Evanesence-Thoughtless
Green Day-2,000 light years away. (the bass part)
Father Away- Evanesence
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The saxophone solos in the songs "Miracles" by Jefferson Starship, and "Deacon Blues" by Steely Dan.
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The beginning of Sheila E.'s "The Glamorous Life"
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Eric Clapton solos: Cream/"Deserted Cities of the Heart," which is currently playing on my computer's CD player.
Derek and the Dominoes/"Why Does Love Got to be so Sad?"

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One more Family moment - Charlie Whitney's guitar volley on "Good News Bad News"
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Raphael Ravenscroft's sax solo in Baker Street by Gerry Rafferty
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I've always loved the sort of classical harpsichord sounding part in the middle of the Beatles In My Live.
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It was a piano played by George Martin, recorded straight and played at double speed.
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