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Re: Top 5 songs


Scorpions - Lonesome Crow, Yellow Raven
Running Wild - Uaschitschun
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What about Siberian Khatru? I don't know what the name means but from the lyrics it sounds like it might be a bird? emoticon

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Re: Top 5 songs




quote:

Miss Goodbody wrote:
I was thinking about adding a top 5 - songs with thunder effects but I can only think of the entire Shades of DP emoticon



Dire Straits - Brothers In Arms

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Milan Fahrnholz wrote:
How about top 5 songs that have wind blowing?



Like Blowin' In The Wind? emoticon

furthermore:
mark III - Stormbringer
Jimi - The Wind Cries Mary
Scorpions - Wind Of Change
Roger Whittaker - Storm


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Day of the Eagle: Robin Trower

Pheonix: Wishbone Ash

Fly Away: Blackfoot

Bird Has Flown: Deep Purple

Constipated Duck: Jeff Beck
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Phoenix - Wishbone Ash
Vulture Blood - Warhorse
Broken Wings - Atomic Rooster
Feathers From Your Tree - Blue Cheer
Bird has Flown - Deep Purple

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I've seen a lot of mention of Blue Cheer, but I've never heard anything by them, at least I think I haven't. What's the deal with that band?
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Blue Cheer were a band from America's West Coast, during the mid 60s, producing something that can only be described as distorted, bone-crunching noise. A sound totally at odds with the psychedelic peace movement of their contemporaries.

Probably the first heavy metal band, their Vincbus Eruptum album preceeded Black Sabbath's debut by a year.

It's acquired taste. They have little finesse, no subtlety, and not much songwriting ability, but what they do have is a charm about them which I absolutely adore.

They didn't have the ability to take their music to the next level, but I just enjoy it for what it is. It's great stuff.

If you are interested, the aforementioned Vincebus Eruptum album is the place to do so. Even if you don't like it, it's still a nice reminder that heavy metal did not start with Ozzy Osbourne's emergence from Birmingham's club scene!

Their most famous track was probably their version of the old classic Summertime Blues. Mental!

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Where eagles dare - Iron Maiden

Average song, terrible lyrics. Not really a song about birds, but one of Harris' war-is-so-cool-songs! Listening to Maiden-Songs by Steve Harris I always appreciate that I can switch off my little English-skills in my head.

Actually I should switch them on more often! emoticon
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