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Grisaille's avatar

Musicians, what song(s) are you currently learning, and for what instrument (vocalists welcome!)?

Asked by Grisaille (12018points) June 27th, 2009

Me:

Tight Trite Night (Andy McKee Version) – Guitar

Trilogie (Antoine Dufour) – Guitar

9 Crimes (Damien Rice) – Guitar and Vocals

Whadda ‘bout you folks? Learning anything in particular, or working on the next big hit? :]

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Tink's avatar

Roadside (Rise Against) -Guitar not too good for a beginner like myself and Vocals I would say I’m pretty good :)

Jack79's avatar

Just adding a few new numbers to my repertoir, which is something I do whenever I hear a song and it strikes me as something interesting. The next additions will be “Ironic” by Alanis Morissette and “Jumping Jack Flash” by the Stones.

sandystrachan's avatar

Number of the beast.
Layla.
Welcome home sanitarium .
Entrails ripped from a virgins c*nt .
All on guitar , but during playing these i break out into some Black dog , and some childrens songs for my girls .

DeanV's avatar

Song 2
Time Is Running Out
Wipeout

I’m learning them all on drums, but most of the people I am playing them with are learning the vocals, bass, guitars and some synthesizer.

TheNimrod's avatar

New Born (Muse) guitar and piano
The Writhing South (Say Anything) guitar and vocals
Billy Jean (Michael Jackson) bass

I like a lot of the answers I’ve seen so far. I’m looking forward to finding some more inspiration from this.

aprilsimnel's avatar

Bass:
Day Tripper – The Beatles
I’m Beginning to See the Light – The Velvet Underground

Piano:
Jerusalem (And Did Those Feet) – Poem by William Blake, with music by Sir Hubert Parry

loser's avatar

The theme from Xena on guitar.
Laugh, it’s okay!

Tink's avatar

I just finished Exo-Politics by Muse on drums

DeanV's avatar

@Tink1113 That’s a fun one. It was one of the first ones I learned.

Tink's avatar

Yeah I really liked it when I first heard it, I bet playing it on guitar would be challenging

Grisaille's avatar

L’via L’viaquez is pretty interesting to play on guitar, as is Falling Down (one of my favorite songs). Never tried Exo-pol.

Tink's avatar

Never heard of Exo-politics?!

Grisaille's avatar

Never tried.

:P

Tink's avatar

Oh phew :)
I would like to play it on guitar but I’m currently learning another one. And if I try to, I’ll forget the other one

OpryLeigh's avatar

Habanera from Carmen (vocals) for a charity concert I will be singing in.

loser's avatar

@Leanne1986 Wow! That ain’t easy!

OpryLeigh's avatar

@loser tell me about it!!!

fathippo's avatar

half way through putting lithium by nirvana onto the piano… well it repeats a lot so all but this one part that just won’t work…
was trying the unforgiven by metallica on guitar… but im confused man… =)

aprilsimnel's avatar

You know, I’d love to learn the bass line to the theme of the old US 70s cop comedy programme, Barney Miller. It’s just so utterly bad-ass. Listen to this guy play the whole thing.

A lot of 70s shows had really great jazzy theme tunes, didn’t they?

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