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#1
Not trying to sound like a wuss or nothing but what's the most musically beautiful song or part of a song you can think of? I would say for me it's the piano interlude in Layla right before the solo starts. I could listen to that all day
#3
The entire song layla

I likes the part of for mom early version by buckethead right after the intro.
#4
last section of poet and the pendulum - nightwish "mother and father" or something
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#6
The vocal part in Reckoner by Radiohead, around 2:23
#8
The ending of Gardenia by Dog Fashion Disco is really good.

Most of the old Evanescence really gets me. Stuff before Fallen. The acoustic version of Understanding is a good example.
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#10
The ending solos in Mordecai or Selkies by BTBAM.
Amazing and beautiful at the same awesome time. Hahaha.
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#11
the solo of "little motel" by modest mouse

edit: or the entire song "hearts" by yes

edit: or "always with me, always with you" by satch

or "the rain song" by zeppelin

damn, i dont think i can really just pick one
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#12
sigur ros saeglopur

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EBTH2E5QPEE

when it all calms down. 4:39 specifically.
I could list a bunch from them

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the solo of "little motel" by modest mouse

and right after it I love

The remainders of a shooting star
Landed directly on our broke-down little car
Before then we had made a wish
That we would be missed


radiohead no surprises:
such a pretty house and such a pretty garden no alarms and no surprises
exit music-the build up
Anatomy Anatomy
Whale Blue Review

Park that car
Drop that phone
Sleep on the floor
Dream about me
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#13
I think the melodic guitar intro to "This Aint A Love Song" by Bon Jovi is quite beautiful, they have some great piano lead songs aswell that fit into this category. Other than that the whole of "Deacon Blues" By Steely Dan.
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the whole song gets me every time.



its the song that got me into them

great to listen to stoned
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#18
Everlong by Foo Fighters. the whole thing. Especially live
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#20
'I Remember' by Damien Rice, the whole song.

Edit: Especially this version http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aEV5WSBmhIA
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#21
Collapse the Light Into Earth - Porcupine Tree (whole song)
Heartattack in a Layby - Porcupine Tree (whole song)
Samuel Barber's Adagio (the violin pedal after the build up)
To Live is To Die - Metallica (acoustic part)
Hallelujah - Jeff Buckley (whole song)

some of many
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I think the melodic guitar intro to "This Aint A Love Song" by Bon Jovi is quite beautiful, they have some great piano lead songs aswell that fit into this category. Other than that the whole of "Deacon Blues" By Steely Dan.


Well you and I seem to disagree about the Bon Jovi. I think the whole "These Days" album is totally smug and try-hard, but you are definately on the same wave length as me with "Deacon Blues". As soon as the words "learn to work...the saxophone" come in it blows me away.

A couple more Steely Dan moments:

Here at the Western World - the whole prechorus and chorus are amazing, it's probably my favourite of their songs.

Doctor Wu - immediately after the first chorus when the sax comes in sounds so beautiful.
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Also, 'Slow Dancing In A Burning Room' by John Mayer. Beautifully tragic.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hX-nuY9LJAs

Edit: and 'Tommy C' by Dan Le Sac vs. Scroobius Pip: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b5LdYA0wef8&f=22
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#25
The acoustic part right after the clean electric intro in 'Windowpane'...plus Akerfeldt's vocals are really incredible
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#27
When the strings come in during Collapse the Light into Earth by Porcupine Tree.
The entire song Heartattack in a Layby by Porcupine Tree.
During Sufjan Stevens's John Wayne Gacy Jr., when he says "oh my god"
Death Whispered a Lullaby by Opeth.
#28
Opeth's To Bid You Farewell. And Face of Melinda. And Hours of Wealth. And Burden. And everything off of Damnation. Ok, everything they ever made.

Fanboyism aside, probably the end of Selkies by BTBAM.
#29
Most of Nightwish's discography.

But the first thing that popped into my head was the very end of AFI's "The Interview," when it's just piano and vocals, "Come down, come down, come, to Decemberunderground..."
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#30
The chorus/bridge in Saviour by RHCP.
"Breathe, breathe in the air
Don't be afraid to care"

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And most of Tallulah.
Tallulah by Sonata Arctica? Nice one.

I'd say the solo of Land Of The Miracle by Edguy.
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Tallulah by Sonata Arctica? Nice one.


Yes! It gets me every time

Except the line about the drummer; it makes me lol
#36
The entirety of Sting's "Fields of Gold". Can bring a person to tears.
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People who finish things, and"
#39
Gymnopedie No.1 - Erik Satie
Life By Light - Glass Hammer
Hallelujah - Jeff Buckley
1 Ghosts I - NIN...sad sounding yet beautiful
#40
-The chorus of "Eat the Meek" by NOFX
-The violin solo (which Buckethead plays with a real violin) in "I Love my Parents."
-The ending of Stairway
-The first verse of All Along the Watchtower (Hendrix version)
-The main riff of Big Sur Moon

There are many other beautiful parts of songs.
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