Save The Best For Last?
What's a favourite song of yours that you wish would go on forever because the end/fade out is the best part? Maybe it takes an unexpected twist or just has that killer chorus.
My pick is The Carpenters - 'Goodbye To Love', starts out like a show tune ballad and ends with a killer guitar solo and vocal harmony heaven, the last 60 seconds justifying their place in musical history.
- BinksLv 74 weeks ago
Modest Mouse - Spitting Venom, starts out kind of brash, but about midway through the tempo changes as though a victory and revelation, and concludes with a most incredible and hypnotic ending. Highly recommended.
- 4 weeks ago
Hi fellow Rock fan,
My pick is Kitchen's of Distinction- Mad as Snow
I chose that because it is a fairly short but highly effective song. Using the first premise on your question, this has a totally different ending to the main song that does go on for a long time, but personally I could zone out for a lot longer in it :)
The songs you pick I notice have a good combination of the right stuff. The type that can cause some powerful emotions. I also liked your intro to it.
Cheers Sad Eyed Lady.
- KurtLv 54 weeks ago
"Van Diemen's Land" - A solo performance sung by U2 guitarist The Edge. Nice song that starts fading out at 2 1/2 minutes for no apparent reason. More of this would have been a pleasure. From the CD Rattle and Hum.
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- dman63Lv 74 weeks ago
“Pretty Maids All In A Row” - a Joe Walsh cut from the Eagles “Hotel California” album. The harmonies at the end are awesome - too bad they can’t just keep on going.