#1
Just like to know what peoples favourite acoustic, non distorted songs are really.
For me they're:

Breathe Her and Machines - Biffy Clyro
Sultans of Swing - Dire Straits
Better together - Jack Johnson
Seaside - Kooks (hate the rest)
Stairway to Heaven - Led zep
Behind Your Eyes - Nine Black Alps
That's Entertainment - Paul Weller
I Miss You - Blink 182


Personal favourites.
Very different from the sort of stuff i like normally.
#4
i like mosquito song by queens of the stone age although you could never play the song with all of the extra stuff in the background
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#7
Far too many to name. If you mean songs, then Los Lobos' "Sabor A Mi", but if you mean just any piece of music, then "Clair De Lune", the guitar version:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T1i_2HYmJkA
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Far too many to name. If you mean songs, then Los Lobos' "Sabor A Mi", but if you mean just any piece of music, then "Clair De Lune", the guitar version:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T1i_2HYmJkA

Sooooooooooo overrated man.

I don't know, maybe I just don't get the French (JK), but I was never so moved by this son. Not even when played on the piano.
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#10
polly - nirvana
candy daze - the vines
sofa song - the kooks
this lullaby - QOTSA
hurricane - bob dylan
changes - black sabbath
friend of the devil - grateful dead

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#11
Under the Bridge- RHCP
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#12
OP, Stairway is distorted in the solo and the ending but...

Supernothing - Gimp
A Call to Arms (album) - Bandits of the Acoustic Revolution
#13
Rylynn - Andy Mckee

And if you mean a song with words, then The Tide - The Spill Canvas.
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Sooooooooooo overrated man.

I don't know, maybe I just don't get the French (JK), but I was never so moved by this son. Not even when played on the piano.
Eh...there are plenty classical pieces (and even some composers too) that I've never been a fan of. Although an obviously great violinist, I never did really care much for Paganini. I like a couple pieces, but for the most part, he doesn't appeal to me.
#15
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A lot of Beatles stuff...Yesterday, Blackbird, Something, You Know My Name( Look Up the Number), Real Love
A lot of Nirvana...All Apologies Unplugged version, Polly(not New Wave), Dumb, Something in the Way
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#16
Scar Tissue - RHCP
Going to California - Led Zeppelin
Windowpane - Opeth
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Rylynn - Andy Mckee


+1

Personally, I love anything from Porcupine Tree in the Lightbulb Sun era, i.e. Lightbulb Sun, Feel So Low, Last Chance to Evacuate Planet Earth Before It Is Recycled, etc.

That shouldn't suggest that I don't like their new stuff though.
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Eh...there are plenty classical pieces (and even some composers too) that I've never been a fan of. Although an obviously great violinist, I never did really care much for Paganini. I like a couple pieces, but for the most part, he doesn't appeal to me.

Yeah, I'm kind of indifferent when it comes to Paganini. Very nice stuff, but not really my thing.


Berlioz on the other hand...

*ejaculates listen to Symphonie Fantastique*
*lights cigarette*

I take back what I said about the French...
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#19
The times They are A-Changin' - Bob Dylan
Plus Rylynn is brilliant.
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#20
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Rylynn - Andy Mckee

And if you mean a song with words, then The Tide - The Spill Canvas.



Maan, the Tide's an amazing song.

Theres about a million John Frusciante songs. (Lou Bergs, Lever Pulled, The Past Recedes, Carvel, Every Person, My Smile is a Rifle, As Can Be, Height Down )

Bright eyes - Landlocked Blues, Bowl of Oranges, Poison Oak, Let's Not Sht Ourselves
#21
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Rylynn - Andy Mckee

And if you mean a song with words, then The Tide - The Spill Canvas.

i dont like the singers voice for the tide, but i do regard them as good songwriters

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#22
slaves shall server by behemoth.
oh and every necryptic song is crystal clean
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#25
Caught Up - The Fall of Troy
I know they usually have screaming and spazzyness all over, but this song is just the guitarist, and its pretty bluesy with no screaming.