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Discussion in 'the Art of Noise' started by pradaesk, Jan 2, 2005.
Sometimes Coldplay can really tug at your heart strings..
Johnny Cash - "Hurt"
Christina England Hale - "Ave Maria"
Wake up Alone- Amy Winehouse
Asleep- The Smiths
Throw your arms around me- Hunters and Collectors
I've been loving you too long- Otis Redding
Dont give up on me- Soloman Bourke
How can you mend a broken heart- Al Green feat. Joss Stone
"Jigsaw Falling Into Place" - Radiohead
Last flowers till the hospital - RADIOHEAD http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OtVjjZDDIAs
Going nowhere - THE CURE http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pir3FcV6RWE
I sung the last goodbye
The broken rhyme I underlined
There's an ocean of sorrow in You.
If death should take me now
Count my mistakes and let me through
Whisper in my ear
"You've taken more than we've received"
And the ocean of sorrow is You.
The Scientist - Coldplay
Breezy by Conor Oberst, I will wail like a baby everytime I hear it.
duffy - stepping stone
.... *oh crap *
Bon Iver's cover of I Can't Make You Love Me
Beyonce - Start Over
Beyonce - Scared Of Lonely
Jessie J - Who You Are
Denis & Denis - Sacuvaj nesto
Carrie Underwood - Just A Dream
Carrie Underwood - Starts With Goodbye
Anges - Deep Blue Wall
Mine would have to be certain songs of these artists...
... Joni Mitchell, Feist, Rufus Wainwright, Rickie Lee Jones,
Rufus Wainwright, Neil Young, Devendra Banhart, Carole King,
Ed Harcourt, Karen Elson, Richard Hawley and Andrew Bird.
Or to make it specific...
Joni Mitchell: Blue.
Joni Mitchell: I Don't Know Where I Stand.
Rufus Wainwright: Leaving for Paris No. 2.
Feist: Bittersweet Melodies.
Neil Young: Motion Pictures.
PJ Harvey: The Desperate Kingdom of Love.
Andrew Bird: Effigy.
Rickie Lee Jones: Living It Up.
Marianne Faithfull: If I Never Get to Love You.
Rachael Yamagata: Horizon.
Keren Ann: Seventeen.
Serge Gainsbourg: Je suis venu te dire que je m'en vais.
Rihanna - Cold Case Love
Pixie - Where is my mind
Frank used such a great pattern to describe how he felt under the ocean, the sound of the wave, Caribbean fish, and maybe a little drop of sunshine.(is it how you say so? I don't remember that.) I'm totally eased from all the tension and just enjoying brain scuba diving in this song. I don't know why, but the chorus always touches my heart, like a scissor cutting me through.
Lush - When I die
'cause when I die, die
I'll see you again
RIP Chris Acland
Mainly incidental music from emotionally charged scenes in series and film. Max Richter's Departure from The Leftovers is a current favourite, so is most of Frank Talley and James Reichert's compositions for Library Music in the 70s.
Some classical music which comes to mind:
Chopin's Waltz CSharp minor Op 64 #2 and definitely Nocturnal Op 9 #2
Moonlight Sonata from Beethoven, obviously
Balanescu Quartet's moody rendition of Maria Tănase's folk songs
Orchestral versions of Moscow Nights
Any of Cesaria Evora's Mornas
Some Enka music if I'm feeling sorry for myself, mostly from Yuko Oka and Meiko Kaji (corny, I know!)
Special mention to Cup of Coffee and Nobody Loves You from Garbage. Save Me and Dry Land from Joan Armatrading. Diamonds and Rust by Joan Baez. Vera Lynn's It Hurts say Goodbye.
Ryuichi Sakamoto - Nostalgia
Linkin Park - Easier to Run... this song reminds me the most of Chester, very heart breaking lyrics and vocal performance