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    buckingham rabbit
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    seven minutes or over that don’t get boring or tedious:

    Three Mile Pilot–Androsyn
    The Move–The Last Thing on My Mind
    Velvet Underground–Oh! Sweet Nuthin’
    Yo La Tengo–Blue Line Swinger
    Dream Syndicate–Days of Wine and Roses
    Catherine Wheel–Fripp
    Phil Ochs–Pleasures of the Harbor
    American Analog Set–Magnificent Seventies
    Television–Marquee Moon
    B Dylan–Sad-Eyed Lady of the Lowlands
    Eric Burdon–Sky Pilot
    Belle and Sebastian–This is Just a Modern Rock Song

    #71115

    Cloud9
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    Kiss My Jazz * It Sounds A Lot Like Yo La Tengo

    18 Minutes of Beautiful Music

    #71116

    Chris
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    It is kind of late so all I can think of is…

    Lynard Skynard – Freebird

    Black Sabbath – War Pigs

    What more could you want in an Epic Song? <img>

    Later, Chris

    #71117

    Cloud9
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    How Could I Forget:

    Motorpsycho * The Wheel (16.58)
    Motorpsycho * The Golden Gore (13.00)
    Dinosaur Jr * Alone (8.00)

    <small>[ 07-28-2002, 02:40 AM: Message edited by: King Me Baby ]</small>

    #71118

    FlyingCloud
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    King me Baby: of course Dinosaur Jr. – Alone!

    also:
    Red House Painters – Between days (very epic – love it)
    Sonic Youth – Karen Revisited (wonderful song, was great live, too, with minutes of pure noise in the end)
    Built to Spill – Broken chairs (could go on and on forever)

    #71119

    Bucky Ramone
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    Built to Spill – Cortez the killer (22 minutes….)
    Neu – E-Musik
    Calexico – Fade

    ….and of course (already mentioned): ‘Marquee Moon’

    #71120

    tom
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    Wipers- Youth of America
    Red House Painters-Silly Love Songs
    Nick Cave-Oh My Lord
    Jimi Hendrix-1983 A Merman…
    The Doors-The End
    Led Zepplin-Kashmir
    Grandaddy-He’s Simple, He’s Dumb, He’s the Pilot
    Mike Johnson-Eclipse
    Modest Mouse-Night on the Sun, The Stars are Projectors
    Mermen-The Whales are Coming…
    Watt/j/Funkadelic-Maggot Brain
    Pink Floyd-Interstallar Overdrive
    Iron Butterfly-In A Gadda Da Vida

    The Plan and Alone are probably my two favorite Epic songs.

    #71121

    rosa
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    Ooo! Iron Butterfly!

    Also, I didn’t time these, but I’m pretty sure they make the cut:

    Guns n’ Roses- ‘November Rain’
    Doors- ‘When The Music’s Over’
    Pearl Jam- ‘WMA’
    Smoke City- ‘Underwater Love’
    Led Zeppelin- ‘Moby Dick’. Let’s hear it for 5-minute drum solos. Or not.

    xo
    r

    #71122

    tom
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    I forgot to mention my favorite Led Zeppilin song, No Quarter.

    #71123

    SG
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    Cecil Taylor-Calling It The Eighth(58 Minutes)
    John Coltrane-Crescent(live 1966)(55 minutes)
    Miles Davis-Prelude(over 30 minutes)
    Acetone-Borderlord
    Yo La Tengo-Mushroom Cloud Of Hiss
    Red House Painters-River,Cruiser,Void,etc.(definitely agree on Between Days FC!)
    Mercury Rev-Frittering
    Jimi Hendrix-Voodoo Chile
    Neil Young-Cowgirl In The Sand,etc.(Like A Hurricane from Weld goes on for 20 minutes I think)
    Allman Brothers-Whipping Post,You Don`t Love Me,In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed
    Versus-Morning Glory,Frederick`s Of Hollywood(like to blast this on my headphones really loud and airdrum)
    Husker Du-Reoccuring Dreams

    #71124

    SG
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    Velvet Underground-Sister Ray
    Gil Evans-Priestess
    Come-Saints Around My Neck
    Jimmy Smith-The Sermon
    Charles Mingus-Meditations
    John Handy-If Only We Knew
    Albert Ayler-Truth Is Marching In
    Modest Mouse-Trucker`s Atlas

    <small>[ 08-09-2002, 12:53 PM: Message edited by: Salamiguy ]</small>

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