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The Most Iconic Sounds* in Classic Rock/Pop?: 9/21/2017 02:15:23


Darth Darth Binks
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*Verses, Solos, Riffs, Harmonies, Melodies, etc.

I cannot compile a list myself. Whenever I think I have a good list down, I remember another sound.

I know for certain that the following are on my list no matter what:

- The guitar riffs and solos in "Hotel California" (Eagles).

- The harmonica in "Piano Man" (Billy Joel)

- Eric Burdon wailing "House of the Rising Sun" (Animals)

- The melody of "Another Brick in the Wall" (Pink Floyd)

- The 'na, na, na NANANANAH. NANANANAH. HEYY JUDE' from "Hey Jude" (Beatles)

There are many more that are iconic in my eye, but I'm not sure if they are iconic to anyone else. Ideas?
The Most Iconic Sounds* in Classic Rock/Pop?: 9/21/2017 02:27:28


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Ring Ring Ring Ring Ring Ring Ring Banana Phone.
The Most Iconic Sounds* in Classic Rock/Pop?: 9/21/2017 02:53:22


Wulfhere
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The Most Iconic Sounds* in Classic Rock/Pop?: 9/21/2017 02:54:39


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Intro to Johnny B. Goode by Chuck Berry.
The Most Iconic Sounds* in Classic Rock/Pop?: 9/21/2017 03:56:22


Wulfhere
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>jazz music

you dont belong here, maybe try reddit front page
The Most Iconic Sounds* in Classic Rock/Pop?: 9/21/2017 19:50:51


Cata Cauda
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^
Jazz > Any other music genre.
The Most Iconic Sounds* in Classic Rock/Pop?: 9/21/2017 21:44:15


Wulfhere
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back to plebbit
The Most Iconic Sounds* in Classic Rock/Pop?: 9/21/2017 23:00:49


The Cruelest
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Guitar stuff in "All along the Watchtower" (Jimi Hendrix's interpretation) idk how to describe what happens in that song. The opening is pretty iconic but there is also a good solo starting @ 1:42

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TLV4_xaYynY

Guitar solo in "Free Bird" (Lynyrd Skynrd) is a must. These people seem to think it is the 3rd best Guitar solo of all time (http://www.guitarworld.com/100-greatest-guitar-solos-no-3-free-bird-allen-collins-gary-rossington)

https://youtu.be/np0solnL1XY?t=4m54s

Not really sure either of those are "Classic Rock/Pop" but people think they are good.

Edited 9/21/2017 23:15:20
The Most Iconic Sounds* in Classic Rock/Pop?: 9/21/2017 23:31:25


Wulfhere
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>African people music

XD my dude
The Most Iconic Sounds* in Classic Rock/Pop?: 9/22/2017 04:08:06


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The sax intro from "turn the page".
The Most Iconic Sounds* in Classic Rock/Pop?: 9/22/2017 04:11:31


Darth Darth Binks
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I'm seeing some good ones being thrown in the air. Very nice. ^ While on the topic of saxes, would the "Baker Street" saxophone be one to put on the list?
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