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Re: Beautiful Songs
« Reply #100 on: 01 Jan 2007, 13:40 »

But they're still beautiful.

My point was a little to the left. Care to try for it again?
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Re: Beautiful Songs
« Reply #101 on: 02 Jan 2007, 01:26 »

How about this: your olympic athlete metaphor was excruciatingly irrelevant.  Paranoid Android is a beatiful song, actually much more beautiful than Exit Music (For A Film).
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Re: Beautiful Songs
« Reply #102 on: 02 Jan 2007, 03:39 »

You know, I happened across the poem "Twa Corbies" the other day, and if the song is as gorgeous as that little piece of wordcraft then I'm satisfied.
I can't imagine that there's more than one Twa Corbies (As I was walking all alane/I heard twa corbies making a mane, right?) although I have heard it sung in completely different ways. It's my very favourite ballad (came up in A-level poetry too and the rest of the class looked at me funny for knowing it already).

Also Diamond Day by Vashti Bunyan - I think I heard it on a mobile phone advert and loved it so much I had to track it down.

Lastly, Waterloo Sunset by the Kinks, very beautiful lyrics and a great deal of personal meaning.
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Re: Beautiful Songs
« Reply #103 on: 02 Jan 2007, 03:45 »

Yeah, it uses a version of the original text, some minor changes in the language to make it fit the song better. It's one of my favourite poems of all time, gets so much better if you've also read 'Three Ravens'. Cynicism isn't a new thing, kids.
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Re: Beautiful Songs
« Reply #104 on: 02 Jan 2007, 03:55 »

Hehe, yeah, they made us compare the two in English class. I definitely prefer Twa Corbies. I think I orginally heard it on Radio 4 - they had some 3-part documentary series about ballads. I think one of the others may have been The Selkie. That's another great folk song. But Twa Corbies really stuck in my mind.
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Re: Beautiful Songs
« Reply #105 on: 02 Jan 2007, 04:11 »

How about this: your olympic athlete metaphor was excruciatingly irrelevant.

As you can probably guess I greatly disagree!
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Re: Beautiful Songs
« Reply #106 on: 02 Jan 2007, 04:13 »

I wholeheartedly agree with anything Jeff Buckley related mentioned in this thread, though I do prefer Leonard Cohen's original Hallelujah to Buckley's.

I cry lots at The Velocity of Saul at the Time of His Conversion by Okkervil River. This is an actual conversation, "Why are you crying, Brittany? Are you okay?" "*sniff* This song is so gorgeous..." All their songs are beautiful, but this is the MOST.
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Re: Beautiful Songs
« Reply #107 on: 02 Jan 2007, 05:26 »

How about this: your olympic athlete metaphor was excruciatingly irrelevant.

As you can probably guess I greatly disagree!

I implore you to understand how much more I disagree with you than you disagree with me!
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Re: Beautiful Songs
« Reply #108 on: 02 Jan 2007, 06:12 »

Now you're just being contrary.
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Re: Beautiful Songs
« Reply #109 on: 02 Jan 2007, 06:17 »

Now you're just being contrary.

That's not true!
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Re: Beautiful Songs
« Reply #110 on: 02 Jan 2007, 06:33 »

Now you're just being contrary.

Ah, but no. . . I am not.
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Re: Beautiful Songs
« Reply #111 on: 06 Jan 2007, 00:38 »

my top 4:
1. Hot Hot Heat- Middle of Nowhere
2. Hellogoodbye- Here(in your arms)
3. Elefant-Now that I miss her
4. Regina Spektor- Samson
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Re: Beautiful Songs
« Reply #112 on: 06 Jan 2007, 00:42 »

soitenly untitled #3 by sigur ros is one of the most beautiful songs i've ever heard, especially when it's played live and it's melded with untitled #2.

I think I like Staralfur better, but that is an excellent song
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Re: Beautiful Songs
« Reply #113 on: 30 Jan 2007, 14:11 »

5) Naked As We Came - Iron & Wine

Oh.

Good pick.

it is indeed  :]
that's a fun song to play too.

2. Hellogoodbye- Here(in your arms)

i like that song too much...  :/
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Re: Beautiful Songs
« Reply #114 on: 30 Jan 2007, 18:03 »


Remember the Mountain Bed- Jeff Tweedy, his solo version is stunning.

Three Peaches- Neutral Milk Hotel. That song is incredible, every time I listen to it, I'm all shivers.
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Re: Beautiful Songs
« Reply #115 on: 31 Jan 2007, 02:04 »

Porcupine Tree-Collapse the Light Into Earth
"               "   -Feel so Low
"               "   -Stars Die
And a good chunk of their "Pink Floyd of the 90's" era

Smashing Pumpkins-Disarm
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Re: Beautiful Songs
« Reply #116 on: 01 Feb 2007, 06:55 »

A few:

Nick Cave - I Still Love You
Sneaker Pimps - Destroying Angel
Emm Gryner - Green Goodnight
Tom Waits - Barcarolle

A few unconventional choices:

Download - Suni-c (this is all in Ka-Spel's vocal work, really)
Skinny Puppy - Worlock (all versions are good, but I have to make special mention of the 'Eye of the Beholder' mix - when it gets to a certain pitch and has this dual layered straight voice/vocoder voice and incredibly haunting strings rising--it's just breathtaking)
Tear Garden - In Search of My Rose
Assemblage 23 - 30 kft
Interlace - Missing Link
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Re: Beautiful Songs
« Reply #117 on: 04 Feb 2007, 15:28 »

The Luckiest by Ben Folds is beautiful.
Also. Lazarus by Porcupine Tree and P.S. You Rock My World by The Eels. They're just awesomely wonderful pretty songs.
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Re: Beautiful Songs
« Reply #118 on: 04 Feb 2007, 17:15 »

Mogwai Fear Satan - Mogwai off Young Team. Anyone? No? Good.
I could say this for a lot of Elliott Smith and Nick Drake, but that's probably because I like them, which makes sense as to why I would say that.
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Re: Beautiful Songs
« Reply #119 on: 04 Feb 2007, 21:32 »

a LOT of Modest Mouse:
Baby Blue Sedan
Grey Ice Water
Whenever You Breathe In, I Breathe Out (Positive, Negative)
Broke
The World At Large
Talkin' Shit About a Pretty Sunset
Wild Pack of Family Dogs
and way more, this is just the cream of the crop IMHO.

Casmir Pulaski Day- Sufjan
Camera- REM
You Are the Everything- REM
Communist Daughter-  Neutral Milk Hotel
KC Accidental- Broken Social Scene
Anthems for a Seventeen Year Old Girl- BSS
Metal Heart- Cat Power (actually pretty much all of Moon Pix)
Frou Frou Foxes and Midnight Fires-Cocteau Twins
Zombie- The Cranberries
Lovesong- The Cure
Pictures of You- The Cure
Lullaby-The Cure
9 Crimes- Damien Rice
Accidental Babies- Damien Rice
On The Bus Mall- The Decemberists
Eli, The Barrow Boy- The Decemberists
Something from Electro Shock Blues- Eels
Kings Crossing- Elliot Smith
Everything theyve done- GY!BE
Sawdust and Diamonds- Joanna Newsom


aw fuck it i got bored looking through my music, but those are songs I think are beautiful up through J. Probably more then you wanted me to post, but I guess you all get a bonus.
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Re: Beautiful Songs
« Reply #120 on: 04 Feb 2007, 22:07 »

Right now it is a tie between Love - Andmoreagain and King Crimson - Epitaph.
Actually, there is no contest: Andmoreagain is amazing. The chorus has me swooning, it is that good.
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Re: Beautiful Songs
« Reply #121 on: 04 Feb 2007, 22:53 »

Peach, Plum, Pear - Joanna Newsom
After Hours - The Velvet Underground
Soldier Girl - The Polyphonic Spree
Owen Pallett's cover of This Modern Love and pretty much any other cover he's done.

Or song.

Ok, just Owen Pallett.

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Re: Beautiful Songs
« Reply #122 on: 04 Feb 2007, 23:35 »

Actually, pretty much any song by Love is fucking beautiful.  Andmoreagain is probably at the top of the list, though.  Good pick

My picks:

Jack Rose - Sunflower River Blues
Beatles - Here Comes The Sun
Donovan - Atlantis (I can't quite understand what it is about this song that gives me the beautiful-music chills every time.)
Acid Mothers Temple and the Melting Parasio UFO - Le La Lo
Jack Rose - Sunflower River Blues
Kyuss - Phototropic
Kyuss - Whitewater
Masters of Reality - 100 Years (Of Tears on the Wind)
Masters of Reality - Lover's Sky
Jack Rose - Sunflower River Blues
Dungen - Du E For Fin For Mig
Ramona Cordova - Giver's Reply
Ramona Cordova - Chesser
Ramona Cordova - Heavy On My Head
The Incredible String Band - A Very Cellular Song
Jack Rose - Sunflower River Blues
Crosby Stills Nash and Young - Wooden Ships
Crosby Stills Nash and Young - Helplessly Hoping
Colour Haze - Peace, Brothers and Sisters!
JACK ROSE - SUNFLOWER RIVER BLUES

OK, seriously, just get the album "Kensington Blues" by Jack Rose, and the album "The Boy Who Floated Freely" by Ramona Cordova, and you will be totally set for beautiful music.  Dead serious.  Really.
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Re: Beautiful Songs
« Reply #123 on: 05 Feb 2007, 03:45 »

Dead Can Dance - Severance

Ween - I Don't Want It

Yeah Yeah Yeahs - Maps

Leonard Cohen - Hey, That's No Way to Say Goodbye
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Re: Beautiful Songs
« Reply #124 on: 11 Feb 2007, 15:55 »

"Landslide" the Fleetwood Mac version.  i haven't heard the Dixie Chicks version, but the version by the Smashing Pumpkins isn't as good as the FM one.
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Re: Beautiful Songs
« Reply #125 on: 11 Feb 2007, 17:19 »

Good god, Ghost Song by Patrick Wolf is WAY! up there.  I like to play it just to make people in the room sad.  Hearbreaking.
Folk Song by the Standard is really sad, makes me feel epic, or something.
Analyse, by Thom Yorke made me sad about the first fifty times I listened to it, but I am kind of burn-ed out about it.
Something about the first bar or so of vocals of The Iliad by Tapes n Tapes also is quite heartbreaking.
Well, that's all I got right off the top of my head.
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Re: Beautiful Songs
« Reply #126 on: 11 Feb 2007, 17:54 »

The Crane Wife by The Decembrists
Silver by Jesu
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Re: Beautiful Songs
« Reply #127 on: 11 Feb 2007, 17:57 »

Stars - Set Yourself on Fire, no not just the song the entire fucking album
David Bowie - Life on Mars?, Space Oddity, The Man Who Sold The World, and Ziggy Stardust (less than the others)

and most importantly, Robin Trower - everything off of Bridge of Sighs and Victims Of The Fury



actually, more like all of Robins first 7 or so albums and then from 20th Century Blues onward
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Re: Beautiful Songs
« Reply #128 on: 25 Mar 2007, 15:09 »

How about this: your olympic athlete metaphor was excruciatingly irrelevant.

As you can probably guess I greatly disagree!

I implore you to understand how much more I disagree with you than you disagree with me!

Was that a Kung Pow!  reference?

On topic: "Violence" by Anathema.  I usually don't care for Anathema, but this song was like, soundtrack epicness+gorgeous.
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Re: Beautiful Songs
« Reply #129 on: 25 Mar 2007, 15:40 »

Hmm, as well as the songs I posted earlier, I think I could add:

Peter Murphy - Indigo Eyes
White Stripes - I'm Bound to Pack It Up
David Bowie - After All
Joy Division - Ceremony
Chrissy Hynde and some other dude - State of Independence
Blackbox Recorder - It's Only The End of the World
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Re: Beautiful Songs
« Reply #130 on: 25 Mar 2007, 15:48 »

I'm glad someone mentioned that Spiderland is beautiful.  I think the most beautiful song on that album is "Washer."
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Re: Beautiful Songs
« Reply #131 on: 25 Mar 2007, 18:29 »


On topic: "Violence" by Anathema.  I usually don't care for Anathema, but this song was like, soundtrack epicness+gorgeous.

Meh Violence is ok but I wouldn't call it beautiful "Temporary Peace" of "J'ai Fait Une Promesse" I'd call those beautiful
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Re: Beautiful Songs
« Reply #132 on: 26 Mar 2007, 21:41 »

mine are:

Doves - Words (along with most of the songs off Last Broadcast)
Radiohead - Let Down
Yeah Yeah Yeahs - Maps (everyone else heard this one too often or something?)
Cocteau Twins - Pearly Dewdrop's Drops
Something For Kate - Hawaiian Robots
Dappled Cities Fly - Blame It On The Boys
Halogen - You Get To Me

and I'll second whoever said Death Cab For Cutie's What Sarah Said. Huzzah for lame and sappy!
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Re: Beautiful Songs
« Reply #133 on: 26 Mar 2007, 23:02 »

Billie Holiday's 1938 recording of "On the Sentimental Side".
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Re: Beautiful Songs
« Reply #134 on: 26 Mar 2007, 23:17 »

Autechre - Corc
Boards of Canada - Everything you Do is a Balloon
Aphex Twin - Tha
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Re: Beautiful Songs
« Reply #135 on: 26 Mar 2007, 23:27 »

There are so many beautiful songs. I'll try to list some of the ones that I find the most effective.


Regina Spektor - Samson
Charlotte Martin - Wild Horses (screw it, this is so much better than the Stones' version)
Dead Can Dance - Host of Seraphim
Explosions in the Sky - Your hand in Mine
Explosions in the Sky - The Only Moment We Were Alone
Eluvium - Under the Water It Glowed
Eluvium - Prelude for Time Feelers
My Bloody Valentine - Sometimes
Matthew Good Band - Flight Recorder From Viking 7
Jethro Tull - Wond'ring Aloud
Jethro Tull - Cheap Day Return
Broken Social Scene - Lover's Spit
Tom Waiits - Anywhere I Lay My Head
Tom Waits - Alice
Tom Waits - Nirvana
Miles Davis - Blue in Green
Port Royal - Regine Olsen

All I feel like listing at the moment. There are some awesome songs already listed, so I tried to list a bunc that haven;t, with a few exceptions that needed to be in here.
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Re: Beautiful Songs
« Reply #136 on: 27 Mar 2007, 00:11 »

mine are:

Doves - Words (along with most of the songs off Last Broadcast)
Radiohead - Let Down
Yeah Yeah Yeahs - Maps (everyone else heard this one too often or something?)
Cocteau Twins - Pearly Dewdrop's Drops
Something For Kate - Hawaiian Robots
Dappled Cities Fly - Blame It On The Boys
Halogen - You Get To Me

and I'll second whoever said Death Cab For Cutie's What Sarah Said. Huzzah for lame and sappy!

I mentioned Maps before. It's a lovely song.

I'll second Pearly Dewdrop's Drops, too.
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Re: Beautiful Songs
« Reply #137 on: 27 Mar 2007, 08:12 »


On topic: "Violence" by Anathema.  I usually don't care for Anathema, but this song was like, soundtrack epicness+gorgeous.

Meh Violence is ok but I wouldn't call it beautiful "Temporary Peace" of "J'ai Fait Une Promesse" I'd call those beautiful

The last third or so of the song, the happy sounding, ambient part is what really got me.  It made me really happy and almost moved me to tears.
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Re: Beautiful Songs
« Reply #138 on: 05 Apr 2007, 02:20 »

J'ai dormi sous l'eau - Air
Let Go - Frou Frou
White Whisper - Deep Forest
Distractions - Zero 7
Sven-g-englar - Sigur Ros
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Re: Beautiful Songs
« Reply #139 on: 05 Apr 2007, 03:16 »

Lilly Allen- LDN - as long as you don'tpay attention to the lyrics, its beautiful

The Sparks - Dick Around - quirky quirky lyrics, but still TOTALLY AWESOME

Weezer - The World Has Turned And Left Me Here

JohnnyCash - There'll Be Peace In The Valley

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Re: Beautiful Songs
« Reply #140 on: 05 Apr 2007, 20:07 »

a few that i can recently remember to have moved me to tears or swoonage:

" I'd Like To Walk Around In Your Mind" - vashti bunyan
"Lay and Love" - Bonnie Prince Billy
"Major Label Debut" - Broken Social Scene
"Smile Around the Face" - Four Tet
"Fingerbib" - Aphex Twin
"Cast Anchor" - Hanne Hukkelburg
"Mother Heroic" - Bjork
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Re: Beautiful Songs
« Reply #141 on: 05 Apr 2007, 20:44 »

"The Luckiest" by Ben Folds is pretty freaking gorgeous.  I'm absolutely in love with that song right now.

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Next door, there's an old man,
who lived to his ninties,
and one day passed away in his sleep.
And his wife, she stayed a couple of days,
and then passed away.
I'm sorry I know, that's a strange way to tell you, i know,
we belong.
That I know.
That I am,
I am,
I am,
the luckiest.
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Re: Beautiful Songs
« Reply #142 on: 07 Apr 2007, 02:30 »

These are songs that I somehow manage to think are beautiful:

1. Savage Circus - Beyond Reality
2. Rhapsody - Echoes of Tragedy
3. Rhapsody - The Magic of the Wizard's Dream
4. Wintersun - Death and the Healing
5. Sonata Arctica - Tallulah

...yeah, I may have a bit weird thoughts about which songs are beautiful. Maybe it's because I really don't listen much of really happy and beautiful music, just listening that what brings up memories, has odd/cool/fantastic atmosphere in the music or just something that sounds great, even though it might be very sad, angst and heavy. :)
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Re: Beautiful Songs
« Reply #143 on: 07 Apr 2007, 02:35 »

radiohead - a reminder (and lots of stuff)
elliott smith - king's crossing (and lots of stuff)
lcd soundsystem - someone great
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Re: Beautiful Songs
« Reply #144 on: 09 Apr 2007, 00:26 »

Tom Waits - Closing Time
The whole album with these exceptions:
- Virginia Avenue
- Midnight Lullaby
- Lonely
- Ice Cream Man

I really like Tom Waits's early stuff, the new stuff is good too but somehow I still prefer the older albums.
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Re: Beautiful Songs
« Reply #145 on: 09 Apr 2007, 01:50 »

Celtic Frost - Tristesses de la Lune

There's something about Female's singing in French that is inexplicably beautiful...
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« Reply #146 on: 09 Apr 2007, 05:25 »

John Butler Trio - Ocean
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