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Posted: 08 Jan 07, 00:38 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

On the VH1 Legends show, near the end, when they were talking about Innuendo, there was a beautiful solo piano riff. It sounded similar to the melody of "Who wants to Live Forever?". Is there another version of "Who wants to Live Forever?" without the orchestra? Or is this riff from another song?

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Posted: 08 Jan 07, 00:56 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

There's "Forever" - piano version of WWTLF by Brian

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Posted: 08 Jan 07, 01:37 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Yeah believe it or not, there are songs you might not have heard of if you only download stuff for free rather than buying the CDs. This track has been a bonus on every edition of the A Kind of Magic CD in every country ;)

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Posted: 13 Jan 07, 14:03 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Thanks for the info!

I don't download songs for free, but I will admit to buying songs (as opposed to albums) from I-tunes. Here in the U.S. there hasn't been much opportunity to experience their music and videos. My favorite classic rock stations now play a lot of their 70s stuff, but a few weeks ago, I would not have been able to name a single song released after "Under Pressure". Thank goodness for YouTube.

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Posted: 13 Jan 07, 14:40 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

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Posted: 13 Jan 07, 14:45 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

It's cool. I really encourage people to buy the actual CD of A Kind of Magic though. Not just for the songs, but the CD booklets smell fabulous! (It's all that black ink)

Who else smells their CD booklets?

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Posted: 13 Jan 07, 18:36 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Why suppose someone has only downloaded stuff for free? We now live in a time where you can legally download music through e.g. I-Tunes. There you can pick the songs you want if you don't want to buy a complete album.

btw: I bought my first vinyl single in 1970, so I do know that era as well.

omg, that makes me feel old :-)


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Posted: 13 Jan 07, 21:18 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Beyotch Knowles wrote:

Thanks for the info!

I don't download songs for free, but I will admit to buying songs (as opposed to albums) from I-tunes. Here in the U.S. there hasn't been much opportunity to experience their music and videos. My favorite classic rock stations now play a lot of their 70s stuff, but a few weeks ago, I would not have been able to name a single song released after "Under Pressure". Thank goodness for YouTube.


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Posted: 13 Jan 07, 22:02 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Bubbles the bunny wrote:

Who else smells their CD booklets?
I do. It's an important part of the album buying experience.


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