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#2
any song in the world... YOU! put the emotion in the song

edit: any song (with a guitar)
Last edited by just17n8 at Oct 23, 2007,
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Quote by just17n8
any song in the world... YOU! put the emotion in the song

+1

the emotion comes from the listener.

It's possible for 2 people to interpret a song completely differently.

so while one may find it exciting and 'emotional' someone else may find it bland and boring.
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#5
the solos in The Final Cut by Coheed and Cambria. rather long, but really nice and expressive.
#6
Anything by Stevie Ray Vaughan... one of, or possibly the most, expressive guitarists of all time
#7
Honestly, No one can tell you what's full of emotion, cause it's a personal preference.

If I were to tell you what song i think is filled with emotion, I would have to say Seize The Day - Avenged Sevenfold.
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Anything by Stevie Ray Vaughan... one of, or possibly the most, expressive guitarists of all time


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#11
well when it comes to songs i've got some for you

Little Wing - by both Jimi Hendrix and Stevie Ray Vaughan
Texas Flood live is the best, but album is good, SRV
Machine Gun- Jimi Hendrix (Band of Gypsys)
#12
fade to black i'd say but yeah in the video alexi is god posted if you take away the backing track it'd probably be still amazing yet not as amazing
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fade to black i'd say but yeah in the video alexi is god posted if you take away the backing track it'd probably be still amazing yet not as amazing



Punctuate, please.
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If you are rowing down the road in your canoe and your wagon wheel falls off. How many pancakes does it take to make a doghouse?

Green, because a vest has no sleeves.

Can't we all just get a bong?
#15
two words:


the blues
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#17
like some other guy said ((haha) anything by coheed, especially the final cut. But try to put YOUR emotion into an original, it helps with creativity. Helpful hint, use lots of effects if you wish, especially delay. It'll carry the cries through
#19
The cleans, and main solo, but mostly the clean solos of One by Metallica
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#21
I agree with the SRV comments......

Pink Floyd as well....
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#22
The. Blues.

Jimi Hendrix
B.B. King
Stevie Ray Vaughan
Creedence Clearwater Revival
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#23
Layla & Other Assorted Love Songs is one of the best classic rock/blues albums out there. Hell, it's one of the best albums period. Check out "Key to the Highway", "Nobody Knows You When You're Down and Out", "Have You Ever Loved a Woman", and "It's Too Late". Just sit back and crank it up. Seriously, this is the kind of album that makes you want to drop whatever you're doing and just start jamming out.
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#24
Im going to be the guy who says "Stairway"

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Im going to be the guy who says "Stairway"

:3


why ya gotta be that guy?
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#26
I almost forgot the Derek and the Dominos album, possibly some of Clapton's best work, doing what he really wanted to do, play the blues. All of it is great, Duane Allman, Eric Clapton, possibly best guitar duo ever
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Quote by just17n8
any song in the world... YOU! put the emotion in the song

edit: any song (with a guitar)


+infiniti


listen to Atreyu's "Lip Gloss And Black" especially the solo at the end....he fills it with so much emotion that the guitar itself would implode if one more drop of coolness were laid on it... and i must say the same about the solos in Black Label Society's "I Never Dreamed" (Lynard Skynard cover)


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Indian Summer - Angry Son
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#32
I have to say, anything by Stevie Ray Vaughn, that man, is just an inspiration to us all. I would also have to go with the solo to Crazy Train, that always manages to bring a tear to my eye. Also, the song Altitudes, by Jason Becker, and For the Love of God, by Steve Vai.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mJEnUcsC28M
^^ Yes I know its Freebird, but, just seeing the crowd ERUPT when the first note of the solo is played, its just awe-inspiring.
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#33
I think that any of John Frusciante's solo work is very very emotional, especially "a firm kick" and "the past recedes"
#35
ZZ top - Tush?

or if your looking for emotion, Underoath - Youre ever so inviting.
#36
Cause We've Ended as Lovers by Jeff Beck.

Truly an amazing, emotional song.
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#37
It is hard to answer your question without knowing which emotion you are looking to express in music -- rage? jealousy? pollyanna happiness? apathy in the face of doom?

... there's a whole range to experience!
#38
Lenny- SRV
Little Wing- Hendrix
Stairway to Heaven- Zeppelin
Whole Lotta Rosie- AC/DC
For the Love of God- Steve Vai
Peace Sells- Megadeth

Mostly sad songs there, but a few happy/ angrier ones.
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#40
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+1

the emotion comes from the listener.

It's possible for 2 people to interpret a song completely differently.

so while one may find it exciting and 'emotional' someone else may find it bland and boring.

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nah i agree with you there its stupid when people say that shredders have no emotion.
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