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gshredder2112  
1 Feb 2011 19:12 | Quote
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Whats your top5 favorite instrumental songs?
nullnaught  
1 Feb 2011 19:18 | Quote
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Heres 2 that come to mind.

jerrys breakdown.

foggy mountain breakdown.

gshredder2112  
1 Feb 2011 19:20 | Quote
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#1 Shawn lane-gray pianos flying
#2 eric johson-cliffs of dover
#3 Danny Gatton-redneck jazz explosion
#4 Al di meola-Race with the devil on a spanish highway
#5 Racer x-Scarified
BodomBeachTerror  
1 Feb 2011 19:22 | Quote
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Nuff Said
EMB5490  
1 Feb 2011 19:41 | Quote
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^^^ Haha possibly yes

In no particular order

Saucerful of Secrets-pink floyd (ive posted it about 50 times on this forum. If you havent clicked on one of my embeds of the video shame on you.)

The eleven-grateful dead

2001/Also Sparach Zaruthrusta- Phish



One of these Days-Pink Floyd (posted this one like 30 times already)

In memory of elizabeth Reed-Allman Brothers

These qare just ones that come to mind with absolutly no vocals... I didnt include jazz or classical because everything is basically no vocals except opera and jazz vocals you know...

I also have to add this, the song itself isnt a jam but this video is sick.


Domigan_Lefty  
1 Feb 2011 19:41 | Quote
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Buckethead.
Buckethead.
Buckethead.
Buckethead.
Buckethead.
EMB5490  
1 Feb 2011 19:41 | Quote
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hey. My embedds didnt work....


allow me to add

Maggot Brain-Funkadelic/Eddie Hazel
nullnaught  
1 Feb 2011 20:11 | Quote
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Excellent post BBT
AlexB  
2 Feb 2011 00:09 | Quote
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MoshZilla1016  
2 Feb 2011 09:13 | Quote
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macandkanga  
2 Feb 2011 10:31 | Quote
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I love instrumentals so I have a lot of these! I'll just post what comes to mind:

1. Shawn Lane - Time is the Enemy
2. Kansas - Magnum Opus I.II.III.IV.V.VI.(It's a long song with many parts!)
3. Mahavishnu Orchestra - Vision is a Naked Sword
4. Focus - Hocus Pocus
5. Tribal Tech - Ominous

nullnaught  
2 Feb 2011 11:01 | Quote
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number 3

Beethoven's moonlight sonata 3rd movement


MoshZilla1016  
2 Feb 2011 11:32 | Quote
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macandkanga says:
I love instrumentals so I have a lot of these! I'll just post what comes to mind:

Same here man, It's just what comes to mind. Kansas Magnum Opus is a favorite of mine also but I only thought of it while reading your post. There are too many to recall.
nullnaught  
2 Feb 2011 12:03 | Quote
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This is from my hero. freddy chopin


harleyofdoom  
2 Feb 2011 12:06 | Quote
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I just realized how hard it is to remember the names of instrumental songs, theses are just some that stick out in my mind.
nullnaught  
2 Feb 2011 12:08 | Quote
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number 5


macandkanga  
2 Feb 2011 12:38 | Quote
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@Moshzilla,

Yeah, most of what I listen to is fusion and its all instrumental. Also, classical music is almost all instrumental. Maybe the thread should be top 5 instrumentals from non-instrumental artists? Lol

Speaking of non-instrumental artists: Barry White - Love's Theme
I know its cheesy but I love that song!

BodomBeachTerror  
2 Feb 2011 12:42 | Quote
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nullnaught  
2 Feb 2011 13:12 | Quote
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@ macandkanda.... i dont mean to sound sarcastic but how does someone do an instrumental piece without being a instrumental artist? Do you mean like an artist who rarely does instrumentals?
DarkRiff  
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In no particular order

Hocus Pocus - Focus (Kings of the instrumentals IMO)
Glasgow Kiss - John Petrucci
Transylvania - Iron Maiden
Marooned - David Gilmour
Steve Vai - For the Love of God

Honorably Mentions:
Kiss My Axe - Al di Meola
Nottingham Lace - Buckethead
Night of the Slunk - Buckethead
No Boundaries - Michael Angelo Batio

and there is probably more I can't think of right now.
macandkanga  
2 Feb 2011 18:48 | Quote
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@nullnaught,

Yeah, like Metallica wouldnt be considered an instrumental band because 99% of their songs have singing. But then there's instrumental songs (without singing) like The Call of Ktulu and Orion. Which by the way are epic.
GuitarJoe  
2 Feb 2011 18:56 | Quote
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yeah call of ktulu and orion are my top 2.
then meeting of spirits by mahavishnu orchestra, mediteranean sundance by al di meola and paco de lucia, and high on fire by elo
MoshZilla1016  
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nullnaught  
2 Feb 2011 19:16 | Quote
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@ macandkanda ----like this tune.



or even this lovely tune

nullnaught  
2 Feb 2011 19:21 | Quote
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This is so cool.





Another lovely tune.



opps. thats more than 5.
GuitarJoe  
2 Feb 2011 23:01 | Quote
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sorry i meant fire on high by elictric light orchestra not high on fire. i listen to too much metal lol
ChicagoMedic  
3 Feb 2011 00:54 | Quote
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END OF TEH THREAD!!!11!!1

This is just so epic, EPIC!
nullnaught  
3 Feb 2011 03:02 | Quote
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End of the thread?????
JustJeff  
3 Feb 2011 07:26 | Quote
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That stuff by jeff casarona is pretty good... great instrumental music... :-P


On a serious note, this:

gshredder2112  
3 Feb 2011 11:45 | Quote
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NOOES!!!!!!! DONT KEEL MEH THREAD
BodomBeachTerror  
3 Feb 2011 11:56 | Quote
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He was just sayin that his won haha
btimm  
3 Feb 2011 12:04 | Quote
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btimm  
3 Feb 2011 12:09 | Quote
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No one put this yet??? :o

btimm  
3 Feb 2011 12:10 | Quote
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It's not guitar, but an amazing instrumental and my favorite Coltrane song and likely my favorite jazz tune as well:

MoshZilla1016  
3 Feb 2011 15:09 | Quote
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I can't believe no one has mentioned this EPIC tune...
MoshZilla1016  
3 Feb 2011 20:03 | Quote
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nullnaught  
3 Feb 2011 20:14 | Quote
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Good one MoshZilla. Best drum solo ever.
les_paul  
3 Feb 2011 21:33 | Quote
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I can't get the video to post so here is a link.

Warren Haynes & Trey Anastasio

JustJeff  
4 Feb 2011 01:09 | Quote
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Reinhardt  
4 Feb 2011 09:04 | Quote
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Everything from "Seis cuerdas"


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