#1
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DhGPNNWgwbc

I don't know if you guys have ever seen this...But watch that and aknowledge the intense guitar solo, but then the piano solo. IT'S SO INTENSE. WHO AGREES?!
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#3
Yea, I'd agree on that. But I like blues piano more
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#4
In my life -The Beatles
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#5
Look at the description: "From the semantically incorrectly named Unplugged DVD (7599-38311-2) on which acoustic rather than unplugged electrical instruments, or even performers, predominate."



Yeah the piano in that song's pretty good.
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#6
Best piano solo is in Neil Zaza's 'Cinematic', don't remember the player's name, but it's awesome. Check it out.
#8
The only correct answer^^ David Bowie - Aladdin Sane (played by Mike Garson)
#10
Ben Folds - Philosophy (Live) inc. Theme from Dr. Pyser. "The Last Polka" is also excellent, as is "For Those of Y'all That Wear Fanny Packs." The song is ludicrous but the piano solos are outrageous.

Purely instrumental, it would have to be the album True Love Waits: Christopher O'Riley Plays Radiohead.
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#13
^ pfffft. Rachmaninoff's Piano Concerto No. 2, n00b.

I know the 3rd one is the really famous one, but the 2nd one is my personal favorite.
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#16
Revelation by Ozzy is amazing, I think it's based off the 5th caprice, but I haven't given it a listen in a while.
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#17
Anyone who says moonlight sonata is a noob

Can it be classical? If so then Chopins prelude No. 2 Op. 28
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#20
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Anyone who says moonlight sonata is a noob


not if i say the third movement... there's a guitar pro tab for it on this site i think, quite amazing when you view both tracks at once to see what is being played with each hand.
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#21
Quote by fronkpies
Anyone who says moonlight sonata is a noob

Can it be classical? If so then Chopins prelude No. 2 Op. 28

3rd movement > you.

EDIT: Beaten to it, you ****er.
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#23
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Oh yes, Thats what im talking about.
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#25
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Edit: Beaten to it, you ****er.




SForbz i still prefer the sonata but that was bloody impressive
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#26
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Anyone who says moonlight sonata is a noob

Can it be classical? If so then Chopins prelude No. 2 Op. 28

lol, well the third movement is certainly not noobish.