#1
Alot of people have seen covers where the people covering a song will substitute an instrument for a vocal part (The guy from Animals as Leaders did it for 'Paranoid Android').

But, are there any people who have substituted vocals for an instrumental part?
It'd be quite interesting to hear from a technical and experimental viewpoint.

Anybody got any links?
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#2
yeah. it's called "a cappella."
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#12
Quote by Joe-Floyd-lover
Clare Torry's vocals on Pink Floyd's "The Great Gig in The Sky"

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

It kind of counts... Clare Torry was instructed to make her voice sound like an instrument, rather than voice.

Ye, that part gives me chills. Really gets to your core.
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#13
What about the other way around.

The guitar replaces the vocals!

Check out John 5 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-zprnSk6iIY
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