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Discussion in 'The OT' started by BubblePuppy, Aug 27, 2008.
Taps. Does it every time I hear it.
Man, that's a great call. The entire Massey Hall recording is phenomenal. I enjoy the DVD as well.
Taps, and Amazing Grace on the bagpipes.
For those of you that like a well sung National Anthem, check this out... I received this as an email forward this afternoon...
The Piano Echoes - UNKLE
There are quite a few that do it to me. A couple of the Foo Fighters songs do as do some of The Who and Yes.
yup, those hit's me every time i hear them played.
This came up on another forum that I frequent. I was amazed then and again. Great stuff.
One of my favorites by the best band in American music history...
Lee Greenwood (I think) "God Bless the USA"
Alan Jackson's "Where Were You When the World Stopped Turning". A song about 9/11.
Anything played by Itzhak Perlma.
Everlong by the Foo Fighters... makes me think of my fiance.
"All Is Clear" and "For Old Times" by Michael Tomlinson
What ever song they are singing in the last 3 minutes of any Cold Case episode, like this one from Sunday night. It was actually sung by Tracie Thoms, one of the cast members. /steve
Yeah, that show weekly uses music for emotional manipulation better than any other show I've ever seen.
Many on this thread are among my "gotcha's." One that get's me for personal reasons:
Jean Valjean's theme from Le Miserables always gets me.