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Re: Beautiful Songs
« Reply #50 on: 25 Dec 2006, 13:19 »

this thread seems too broad...any song can be a beautiful one if you really like it.
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Re: Beautiful Songs
« Reply #51 on: 25 Dec 2006, 13:29 »

Well, yes and no - I like a lot of stuff off of Raw Power but I'm hesitant to call it "beautiful." I also wouldn't call anything the Eagles Of Death Metal have ever done "gorgeous" despite the fact that their new one is probably one of my favourite albums of the year.
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Re: Beautiful Songs
« Reply #52 on: 25 Dec 2006, 15:52 »

Hmmmm. Lemme see.

Epilogue [For Lisa] by Shawn Lane is a very beautiful song, one of my favourites
Midnight Tango by Al DiMeola is also a beautiful song, I love it
Angelica by Anathema is beautiful
Pachelbel's Canon is beautiful, full stop
Saw you Drown by Katatonia is very nice
Sand and Mercury and Mandylion by The Gathering are very very nice songs

That is all for now.
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Re: Beautiful Songs
« Reply #53 on: 25 Dec 2006, 17:40 »

Lauryn Hill - Cant take my eyes of U
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Re: Beautiful Songs
« Reply #54 on: 25 Dec 2006, 18:58 »

Khar, I'm with you on the DCD stuff - in fact, I was listening to The Host Of Seraphim tonight, because I bought my mum a copy of Baraka for Christmas. Song Of Sophia, which is a little one-and-a-half minute vocal solo by Gerrard, never fails to floor me.

Vector Lovers' Neon Sky Rain is a tune I would call "beautiful" - simple, ambient electronic with a jazz, cyberpunk feel. I love it to bits. Also, heaps of stuff by the Waifs, and so much more.
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Re: Beautiful Songs
« Reply #55 on: 25 Dec 2006, 21:04 »

Elliott Smith- The White Lady Loves You More and The Biggest Lie.
Also, basically any Nick Drake song.
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Re: Beautiful Songs
« Reply #56 on: 25 Dec 2006, 21:18 »

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.
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Re: Beautiful Songs
« Reply #57 on: 26 Dec 2006, 05:38 »

A Silver Mt. Zion - "Tho' You Are Gone I Still Often Walk With You"
Ben Folds - "Narcolepsy"
Deftones - "Change (In The House Of Flies)"
just about anything by Elliot Smith, alhough the songs on From A Basement On A Hill tend to choke me up a little more than others...

I could probably list about 1000 songs from my own collection that make me cry, in a good way...but I shall leave it at these for now
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Re: Beautiful Songs
« Reply #58 on: 26 Dec 2006, 12:03 »

Boards of Canada - Dayvan Cowboy


that is the song that does it for me
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Re: Beautiful Songs
« Reply #59 on: 26 Dec 2006, 14:45 »

the beatles - Julia (truly!)
elbow - flying dream
mirah - don't die in me

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Re: Beautiful Songs
« Reply #60 on: 26 Dec 2006, 15:05 »

Jeff Buckley- Hallelujah
The Beatles- Blackbird
Frostman- Guided by Voices
Going to California- Led Zeppelin
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Re: Beautiful Songs
« Reply #61 on: 26 Dec 2006, 19:16 »

I always liked Fran?oise Hardy's Tr?ume, but that's probably just me.
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Re: Beautiful Songs
« Reply #62 on: 26 Dec 2006, 20:20 »

1) The Art Teacher - Rufus Wainwright

2) That Was the Worst Christmas Ever! - Sufjan Stevens

3) I Found a Reason - Cat Power

4) The Greatest - Cat Power

5) Naked As We Came - Iron & Wine

6) At the Bottom of Everything - Bright Eyes

7) My Heart Is an Apple - Arcade Fire

8 ) Neighborhood #1 - Arcade Fire
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Re: Beautiful Songs
« Reply #63 on: 26 Dec 2006, 21:18 »

This is going to take me some time.
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Re: Beautiful Songs
« Reply #64 on: 26 Dec 2006, 22:29 »

I'm going to be in and out of this thread like t'were a whore's vagina, but let me first add in almost all of the songs from Ryan Adams' Jacksonville City Nights.
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Re: Beautiful Songs
« Reply #65 on: 26 Dec 2006, 23:44 »

Gravity Rides Everything - Modest Mouse

I Am A Scientist - Guided by Voices

Back and Forth - The Dismemberment Plan

Fight Test - The Flaming Lips

Stockholm Syndrome - Yo La Tengo

While My Guitar Gently Weeps - The Beatles

That's all I got for now.

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Re: Beautiful Songs
« Reply #66 on: 27 Dec 2006, 00:50 »

5) Naked As We Came - Iron & Wine

Oh.

Good pick.
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Re: Beautiful Songs
« Reply #67 on: 27 Dec 2006, 01:41 »

The Knife - The Captain
Low - July
Nick Drake - River Man
Erik Truffaz - Nina Valeria
Charles Mingus - Theme for Lester Young
DJ Shadow - Midnight in a Perfect World
Boris - Feedbacker part 2
The Jesus Lizard - Zachariah
Radiohead - Idioteque
Oren Ambarchi - Girl With Silver Eyes
At The Drive-In - Invalid Litter Dept.
Death in June - Crush My Soul
Death In June - The Accidental Prot?g?
Fugazi - Forensic Scene
Maudlin of the Well - Geography
Team Sleep - Blvd Nights
Miranda Sex Garden - A Fairytale About Slavery
Built To Spill - I Would Hurt a Fly
Q And Not U - Kiss Distinctly American
Mission Of Burma - Mica
Silkworm - Slow Hands
Atheist - Your Life's Retribution (seriously)
Chet Baker - Lament For The Living
Sol Invictus - A German Requiem
Sol Invictus - December Song
Sol Invictus - Old London Weeps
Sol Invictus - A Window to the Sun
Pink Floyd - Atom Heart Mother Suite
Miles Davis - Blue in Green
Anathema - Kingdom

I think that's enough for now.
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Re: Beautiful Songs
« Reply #68 on: 27 Dec 2006, 02:17 »

Some odd choices for SI tracks. Won't argue with 'December Song', but I'd have had things like 'Our Lady of the Wild Flowers, 'The Praties Song', 'Come, Join the Dance', 'The Silver Swan' and 'The Hill of Crosses' and 'Amongst the Ruins above the others you posted. Have you ever heard 'The Praties Song'? It's staggeringly beautiful.

"Oh I wish that we were geese,
Night and morn, Night and morn
Oh I wish that we were geese!
And could live our lives in peace!
Till the hour of our release!
Night and morn! Night and morn!"

'Twa Corbies' as well possible.

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Re: Beautiful Songs
« Reply #69 on: 27 Dec 2006, 02:20 »

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.
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Re: Beautiful Songs
« Reply #70 on: 27 Dec 2006, 02:46 »

Khar, I'm going to make another list soon with more SI songs, and some DCD songs (mainly from the first album, though). I wanted to take just one or two songs from each album, otherwise I'll just post the entire Hill of Croses and most of The Devil's Steed.
Also, I dont know that song, I kind of promised myself to stop downloading SI album untill I buy them. So far I havent found any, and I cant order from the interwebs untill I'm 18.

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« Reply #71 on: 27 Dec 2006, 04:22 »

I have a feeling my music tastes will raise some eyebrows, but it is what it is.  A few that come right to mind without looking through my collection are the following:

Steve Vai, "For the Love of God"

Spock's Beard, "The Door"
Spock's Beard, "June"

The Gathering, "Shrink"

Kip Winger, "How Far Will We Go"  (Yes, I said it.  Kip Winger.  His solo stuff is very good.)

Tori Amos, "Your Cloud"
Tori Amos, "Gold Dust"
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« Reply #72 on: 27 Dec 2006, 04:31 »

Boards of Canada - Dayvan Cowboy


that is the song that does it for me

forgot that one...have you seen the video, with the footage of Kittinger's jump?
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Re: Beautiful Songs
« Reply #73 on: 27 Dec 2006, 04:49 »

I'll arbitrarily limit myself to one selection per artist, here.

Tool - H
A Perfect Circle - The Noose
Sublime - 40 Ounces To Freedom
Nine Inch Nails - The Day The Whole World Went Away
Smashing Pumpkins - Disarm
Pantera - Cemetary Gates
Black Sabbath - Planet Caravan
Opeth - The Drapery Falls (this one is INEXPLICABLY beautiful)
Pink Floyd - Time
Gary Jules - Mad World (yeah, well, it's much better than the Tears For Fears original)

...and I'll arbitrarily cut myself off here.
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Re: Beautiful Songs
« Reply #74 on: 27 Dec 2006, 06:15 »

Khar, I'm going to make another list soon with more SI songs, and some DCD songs (mainly from the first album, though). I wanted to take just one or two songs from each album, otherwise I'll just post the entire Hill of Croses and most of The Devil's Steed.
Also, I dont know that song, I kind of promised myself to stop downloading SI album untill I buy them. So far I havent found any, and I cant order from the interwebs untill I'm 18.



I don't suspect you'll have much luck as far as buying it goes, it's on 'In a Garden Green', and as far as I'm aware every Sol Invictus album except The Devils Steed is currently exceedingly hard to get hold of, because they're either out of print or have very poor distribution.
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Re: Beautiful Songs
« Reply #75 on: 27 Dec 2006, 06:30 »

ok how on this particular site no ones managed to mention "do you relize" by the flaming lips one will have to enlighten me, other than that i would have to say the whole of the album "sounds of pain" by Uaral is a very strong contender for this prize i don't think even the fact that it uses growl vocals can bring it down

i agree with khars first option on his list as well as bridge over troubled water

also in my time of need by opeth and breath by pink floyd
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Re: Beautiful Songs
« Reply #77 on: 29 Dec 2006, 05:36 »

elliott smith - last hour
pink floyd - echoes, is there anybody out there
radiohead - you and whose army?
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Re: Beautiful Songs
« Reply #78 on: 29 Dec 2006, 09:48 »

Actually, all of 'Nattens Madrigal' by Ulver is beautiful. Just listening to it again for the goodness knows what time. It really tugs at something inside you. Best bits of album, the acoustic break and just after that on 'Of Wolf and Fear', the end of 'Of Wolf and Hatred', and the openings of 'Of Wolf and the Passion' and 'Of Wolf and the Night'. Fucking incredible work. Such beauty in such ugliness. One of my favourite albums of all time for sure.
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« Reply #79 on: 29 Dec 2006, 11:49 »

Ataraxia by Team Sleep is another one that is pure beauty.  Actually, just about anything where Chino Moreno sings instead of screams is probably a win.
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Re: Beautiful Songs
« Reply #80 on: 29 Dec 2006, 12:30 »

The Weakerthans have been playing a song called "Night Windows" live for over a year. It's really gorgeous. Can't wait for the new record, where it'll hopefully make an appearance.
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Re: Beautiful Songs
« Reply #81 on: 29 Dec 2006, 12:35 »

How 'bout Ulver's Perdition City in its entirety...
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« Reply #82 on: 29 Dec 2006, 13:42 »

Folky stuff here. All really beautiful, and they have special meaning to me as well.

Deanta - Harvest of Culloden
Someone who lived hundreds of years ago - A Health to the Company
Words possibly by Shakespeare, music by someone else - The Rain it Raineth Every Day (although probably a lot of people have set this one to music. It depends on which version you're hearing, I suppose. I think the one I've heard is incredibly gorgeous.)
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« Reply #83 on: 29 Dec 2006, 14:53 »

As Far as beautiful songs go, I can't get past Jesu's Silver. The ending is so amazing. Here are some other beautiful ones though:

Altered Course by Isis
The whole Harmony in Ultraviolet album by Tim Hecker.
Almost all of Sigur Ros's back catalog.
Peacock Tail by Boards of Canada.

I could probably go on for a long time, but these are all fairly beautiful and awesome.
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« Reply #84 on: 29 Dec 2006, 19:24 »

Ataraxia by Team Sleep is another one that is pure beauty.  Actually, just about anything where Chino Moreno sings instead of screams is probably a win.
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« Reply #85 on: 29 Dec 2006, 20:41 »


The whole Harmony in Ultraviolet album by Tim Hecker.


i agree! also, the entier body of eluvium's work, 'eingya' by helios and 'Raising Your Voice...Trying To Stop An Echo' by hammock (all 3 also terrific ambient stuff) are incredibly beautiful. great stuff, all.
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« Reply #86 on: 29 Dec 2006, 23:17 »

Apart from 'Va(r)nitas Vanitas... (...Omnia Vanitas)' the top ten most beautiful Sopor Aeternus songs are probably (in rough order):

Hades 'Pluton'
The Goat
Holy Water Moonlight
On Satur(n)days We Used to Sleep
The Conqueror Worm
?ber den Fluss
There Was a Country By The Sea
Todeswunch (Vers)
Daffodils
Consolatrix Has Left the Building or The Feast of Blood

Am I the only person here that listens to this glorious stuff, by the way?
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Re: Beautiful Songs
« Reply #87 on: 30 Dec 2006, 08:41 »

Led Zeppelin- The Rain Song
Led Zeppelin- Ten Years Gone
David Bowie- Life On Mars?
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« Reply #88 on: 30 Dec 2006, 11:17 »

Radiohead- Paranoid Android
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« Reply #89 on: 30 Dec 2006, 13:20 »

There are a lot of Radiohead songs I would pick before Paranoid Android. What about "Exit Music (For A Film)"?
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« Reply #90 on: 30 Dec 2006, 18:57 »

Dream Theater - Wait For Sleep
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« Reply #91 on: 30 Dec 2006, 22:42 »

Radiohead- Paranoid Android

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« Reply #92 on: 31 Dec 2006, 02:24 »

radiohead - you and whose army?

I agree here. I think what marks this song's real beauty is that the first half of it or so is really shit, quite tuneless and ugly. But then the piano kicks in, and suddenly it takes off into the stars.
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« Reply #93 on: 31 Dec 2006, 12:26 »

There are a lot of Radiohead songs I would pick before Paranoid Android. What about "Exit Music (For A Film)"?

Ah, but wasn't the thread called "Beautiful Songs," not "The most beautiful song by any given band?"
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« Reply #94 on: 31 Dec 2006, 12:59 »

If you send a team to the Olympics, you do not initially choose your B- and C-list athletes.
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« Reply #95 on: 31 Dec 2006, 16:09 »

either:

My Dying Bride - The Snow in My Hand

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Smashing Pumpkins - Porcelina of the Vast Oceans
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« Reply #96 on: 31 Dec 2006, 16:20 »

Belle & Sebastian.

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« Reply #97 on: 31 Dec 2006, 20:03 »

Guys, guys.

Mother Love Bone - Chloe Dancer / Crown Of Thorns
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« Reply #98 on: 01 Jan 2007, 02:41 »

If you send a team to the Olympics, you do not initially choose your B- and C-list athletes.

But they're still beautiful.
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« Reply #99 on: 01 Jan 2007, 12:40 »

"I'll Follow You Into The Dark", "Passenger Seat", or "What Sarah Said" by Death Cab.  especially the first one.

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