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One Song for the Rest of Your Life

You can only listen to one song for the rest of your life, what is it?

And if you could only listen to this one song, are there activities that you do where you would no longer listen to music or are there activities you think you would stop all together?

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It would be this:

And I’d have to become a pizza delivery driver who drives a Smartcar refitted with a Hayabusa engine.

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Rachmaninoff piano concerto 2 1st mvmt

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Does that include all of the various covers?

you can’t mean that -

What are you a 3rd concerto kind of guy?

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One version of one song.

Well, let’s say you get one live version by the same band as well.

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His music is well constructed and effective, but monotonous in texture, which consists in essence mainly of artificial and gushing tunes accompanied by a variety of figures derived from arpeggios.

IMO~

you do know that I am kidding right?

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Don’t really listen to music, so my prefered song is 4:33

If you want an actual song:

@polo77j

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That’s a tough one. Coin flip.

Edit: I’ll stick to the thread premise.

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Not great for a T Nation thread, but probably Miles Davis’ “So What” (first song off Kind of Blue). Such a transcendental song.

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Happy Birthday.

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Fantastic piece … that song introduced me to Bill Evans

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That trumpet is beautifully lyrical!

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If it comes with the music video, WAP.

If not, I’d probably go with Space Oddity or Dream Theater’s Metropolis Pt 1 with the vocal track removed for the latter.

If I get to choose a song in a foreign language, it’d probably be this:

Fearless - Pink Floyd

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