Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by MikaelaArsenault, Oct 11, 2018.
Sparks As I Sit Down to Play The Organ at the Notre Dame Cathedral
Jethro Tull - Ring Out Solstice Bells
Jethro Tull - Big Riff and Mando[lin]
Runrig - And the Accordians Played
The Residents, "Broccoli and Saxophone"
Again, a piece of music and not a song.
Nine pages and no Stereolab!! They put out Harmonium, Jenny Ondioline (google that one!), Melochord 75 ...
So sue me. Haven't you noticed the other non-vocal tracks on this thread? There's a lot of them. Is "The Drum Thing" by John Coltrane a song or a piece of music? "Musette" by Can? "Second Fiddle" by Tommy McCook. Und so weiter.
Gonna Play My Trombone- Larry and His Magic Trombone
D Generation - Guitar Mafia
Paul Revere and the Raiders - Hard and Heavy 5-String Soul Banjo
Of course. I like Rupert Holmes' "Widescreen" debut album, his best album in my opinion. He is an underrated songwriter and performer and most people here think his only song is "Escape (The Pina Colada Song)."
Love Widescreen- great, entertaining debut from Rupert Holmes. Here's his song "Guitars", my favorite track from a later album of his called Pursuit Of Happiness:
Prince - Tamborine
Penguin Cafe Orchestra - Music for a Found Harmonium
Also if I may: Duelling Sitars:
"Penny Whistle Song" - Hans Zimmer
Nobody mentioned "Piano Picker"...
While my guitar gently weeps - Beatles, big fat bass - Britney, banging on my drum - Lou Reed, piano man - Billy Joel, teardrops on my guitar - Swift, new York's alright if you like saxophones - fear, violin- Kate Bush, flute thing - blues project, Mr tambourine man - Dylan
Two for the price of one. Wire, "Piano Tuner (Keep Strumming Those Guitars)".
Ned Collette - At the Piano
The Birthday Party, "Mr. Clarinet"
Ennio Morricone, "Man With a Harmonica'
Judy Dyble - Harpsong
Jimmy Webb - Piano
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