What are your favorite rock insturmentals?

LuckyDuck

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It jut depends upon my mood. For some good old head-banging metal, it's Nightwish or Rammstein. For bombastic orchestral music, it's Two Steps From Hell. For Folk-Rock, it's the Lumineers or Of Monsters and Men. For Pop-Rock, it's Lady Gaga, Shakira or, Florence and he Machine. For R&B/Jazz, its Emily Sande, Macy Gray and Aretha Franklin. For Classical, its Mozart. For Opera, its Sarah Brightman. For Bluegrass/Country Blues, its Mean Mary James, The Dead South and Reverend Peyton's Big Damn Band.
 

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This isn't an instrumental...but pink floyd has these black ladies singing background vocals who are just fantastic.

On their live album "delicate sound of thunder" the ladies sing a part alone by themselves (I thunk the song is dogs of war)...it's just phenomenal! I need to pull out the old vinyl & listen to that again.
 

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I remember listening to this as a teenager cruising down in Honolulu back in the early 70's.
 

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Technically, most of what has been listed can't be described as rock instrumentals (Bach?),
They are, however, examples of how a person would be unfair to himself to limit his listening to only one style.
 

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