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I'm not talking about music that is solely piano, but rather songs that have piano moments (beginning, ending, solos). Share those with the forum. I'll name a few
1) The 2nd half of Clapton's Layla
2) Pink Floyd Us and Them
3) Al Stewart Year of the Cat
4) Marshal Tucker Band In My Own Way (below)
5) Ronnie Milsap - Smokey Mountain Rain
This post was edited by NCHawk on 3/22/2013 at 9:49 PM
From the album Where We All Belong by The Marshall Tucker Band in 1974. Songs written by Toy Caldwell except Now She's Gone by Toy and Tommy Caldwell.
**Note from Ltrainxpress** I was not able to get the Live album part from 24 Hours at a time to See You Later, Im gone. My CD is so messed up and Im truly sorry because these live versions are true gems. 24 Hours At A Time becomes a 13 minute jam for crying out loud! Get this album!
1. This Ol Cowboy
2. Low Down Ways
3. In My Own Way
4. How Can I Slow Down
5. Where A Country Boy Belongs
6. Now Shes Gone
7. Try One More Time
9. 24 Hours At A Time
10. Everyday (I Have The Blues)-composed by Peter Chapman
11. Take The Highway
12. See You Later, Im Gone
Toy Caldwell-Lead guitar, slide guitar, accoustic guitar, lead vocals on This Ol' Cowboy
George McCorkle-rhythm guitar, acoustic, banjo
Jerry Eubanks-flute and saxophone
Doug Gray-lead vocals
*Note from Ltrainxpress* I do not claim anything by the Marshall Tucker Band I simply want to spread their great music to everyone
BEST VERSION ON YOUTUBE! *Next upload in 1080p, this was a mistake. The sound quality is still good.* L.A. Woman (1971). I do not pretend to own the following piece of art. Enjoy.
"Light My Fire" is a song originally performed by The Doors which was recorded in August 1966 and released the first week of January 1967. It spent three weeks at #1 on the Billboard's Hot 100, and one week on the Cashbox Top 100. It was re-released in 1968, peaking at #87. The song was largely written by Robby Krieger, and credited to the entire band. A live version was released in 1983 on their album Alive, She Cried, the first of several live or compilation albums released in subsequent decades to include the song.
"Light My Fire" also achieved modest success in Australia, where it peaked at #22 on the ARIA chart. The single originally reached #49 in the UK in 1967, but experienced belated success in that country in 1991 when a re-issue peaked at #7. The re-issue occurred on the back of revived interest in the band following Oliver Stone's film biopic "The Doors". The single has been certified in 1967 a gold by the Recording Industry Association of America.
The song is #35 on Rolling Stone's list of the 500 Greatest Songs of All Time.It was also included in the Songs of the Century list and was ranked number 7 in VH1's 100 Greatest Songs of All Time list.
I Thought there was only one Lovelight with Janis, turns out theres two!
Pig and Janis. The Grateful Dead Live at Euphoria Ballroom 1970-07-16
For those too young to remember them, REO Speedwagon was a GREAT rock and roll band prior to the they played in the 80's with Kevin Cronin as the lead. Neal Doughty was one of the most amazing piano/keyboard players I ever had the pleasure of seeing. Here you go, and you're welcome.
157 Riverside Avenue THE REAL Speedwagon...well except for Duke Tomato and the other guys...heh
Terry Luttrell Vocals
Gary Richrath Guitar
Gregg Philbin Bass
Neal Doughty Keyboards
Alan Gratzer Drums
Life is hard. It's really hard if you're stupid.
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