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What are some of the most powerful or meaningful moments in music for you?

Here's some I could think of off the top of my head:

Dave Matthews Band - All Along the Watchtower, the Central Park version, when Dave yells "Fire" over and over

Dream Theater - In the Name of God, the chorus, specifically the last one

SRV - Little Wing, almost the whole song

King Crimson - In the Court of the Crimson King, theme

Metallica - Orion, about four minutes in

Pink Floyd - Careful With That Axe, Eugene, the scream

Yes - Close to the Edge, theme

RHCP - Venice Queen, acoustic part

Beatles - Norwegian Wood, whole song

Beatles - We Can Work It Out, bridge

Beatles - In My Life, whole song
#2
The drum solo in that one Phil Collins song.

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IMO, kinda cliché though but, when Slash steps up on the piano on the November Rain video=)
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This might be a little gay,, but a powerful moment for me was in the superbowl right after 9/11, the halftime show with U2 had this huge screen that showed all the victims names on it
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shouldnt when Dime got killed be one of the most powerful moments in music?



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the first time you listen to stairway is pretty powerful

but the first time i listened to killing in the name changed my life
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the first time you listen to stairway is pretty powerful

but the first time i listened to killing in the name changed my life



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Nice name by the way. Mexican?
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Arch Enemy's "Silverwing", it's like some beautiful hybrid of metal and some nameless anime theme song

Maksim and his classical piano/techno stuff is very cool

and Nevermore's "This Godless Endeavor" - it's a damn opus
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Nice name by the way. Mexican?


nah english but i fcukcin love the zapatistas, there an inspiration 2 us all

and you the first person to understand about the name
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That one night in buenos aires...Man that was the most Powerful/Meaningful thing I have ever seen in a long time.I think that was the best performance Megadeth ever put on man.It was so perfect.
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Sgt. Peppers - The Beatles

Wish You Were Here - Pink Floyd

Definitely Maybe - Oasis
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those jazzy turnaround chords all over Dark Side of the Moon...actually, all of Dark Side of the Moon
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As for the Dimebag thing, I meant powerful moments in the actual songs.

And I can't believe I forgot Time.
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also the song that got me on the guitar in the first place

whiskey in the jar - thin lizzy
and
JH- All Along The Watch Tower
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Pretty much all of Relationship of Command.
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Hendrix live at the Filmore East.
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What are some of the most powerful or meaningful moments in music for you?

Here's some I could think of off the top of my head:

Beatles - We Can Work It Out, bridge




"Life is very short, and theres no tiiiiime for fussing and fighting my friend. I have always thought, that it's a criiiiime......."

Absolutely.

If you can bear to hear the truth you've spoken
Twisted by knaves to make a trap for fools,
Or watch the things you gave your life to, broken,
And stoop and build 'em up with worn-out tools
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imagine - john lennon is one IMO the most in touch with people's feeling songs that I have ever heard
and l.o.v.e.- nat king cole
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#27
um, comfortably numb solo? the opening riff to new level by pantera (that chromatic thingy) has always seemed to grab me when its played loudly

edit: the zakk wylde thing reminded me, at the beginning of the no more tears solo (its more prominent in the BLS versions), actually that whole solo is ****ing amazing
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When In Rainbows was released!
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The grunt at the beginning of Video Games.
It had me in tears.
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Zakk Wylde.

Him and Dimebag are huge heroes to me. I've always lived my life my own way, but they two are the closest I have to role models.
#36
The beautiful chord sequence in "your hand in mine" by Explosions in the sky.

Innocence faded - dream theater.
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The final few words of Children Of the Sea by Black Sabbath. Such a wonderful voice, that Ronnie James Dio has.
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The solo in Little Wing, two parts in Beethoven's 9th: at 1:35, and when the choir come in for Ode to Joy at 4:20.

And Hallelujah by Jeff Buckley.
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jimi hendrix playin the star spangled banner at woodstock in 69 i think
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