Your favorite songs with no lyrics

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  1. jerzey devil

    jerzey devil Jerzey-Duz-It

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    I'd like to say just pick one but I can't so I can't ask you to.

    George Benson - Breezin



    Led Zeppelin- Moby Dick



    Maynard Fergusen - Birdland



    Chuck Magione - Feels So Good

     
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    Medicine wheel by Between the buried and me
     
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    [YT]_bpS-cOBK6Q[/YT]

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    Pliny Pete Puts Butts In Seats

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    Sleepwalk by Santo And Johnny
    I Remember Clifford by Lee Morgan
    Quiks Groove by DJ Quik
     
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    AxeMurderer2010 Home Sweet Home.

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    Your hand in mine by Explosions in the sky.

    I can listen to that song over and over.
    I saw them live when they opened up for NIN in San Antonio a couple years ago, hooked since then. We even use it to help put our boys to sleep.
     
  7. jerzey devil

    jerzey devil Jerzey-Duz-It

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    I'll add a couple of honorable mentions.

    Eric Johnson - Cliffs of Dover



    Eric Clapton - Signe

     
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    This the first one that comes to mind. The song is called Radio Protector by 65daysofstatic.:)
     
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    KhabibTheBeagle Papi de la Sherdog

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    Honorable mention? Cliffs of Dover is second to none.
     
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    0 by omar rodriguez lopez and John frusciante. Beautiful guitar melodies.
     
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    bearVSshark Braf Zachland

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    I usually enjoy punk, but Igotta agree with you here
     
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    Moby Dick is a good choice too, as another poster mentioned.

    Joe Satriani has tons of great music.

     
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    LionExMachina There are No Pacts between Lions and Sherdogs. Banned

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    "Mystic Brew" by Ronnie Foster.

    Madlib's remix of the same song ("Mystic Bounce") does to me what church does to my mom.
     
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    Genesis included a lot of instrumental material across their albums.

    Horizons (from Foxtrot in 1972):

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    After the Ordeal (from Selling England by the Pound in 1973):

    [YT]VZU3AVyAFC4[/YT]
    Hairless Heart (from The Lamb Lies Down in Broadway in 1974):

    [YT]aaJ9KaY_TY8[/YT]
    Los Endos (from A Trick of the Tail in 1976):

    [YT]3EWa_yV1JDE[/YT]
    Wot Gorilla? (from Wind & Wuthering in 1977):

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    Duke's Travels (from Duke in 1980 [technically, Phil repeats lines from an earlier song on the album at the very end of this song, but 99% of it is instrumental and it's too bad ass not to post, so fuck it]):

    [YT]O0ay9UTGdiA[/YT]
    The Brazilian (from Invisible Touch in 1986):

    [YT]8gjI67KBbRg[/YT]
    Submarine (B-side to Man on the Corner from Abacab in 1981):

    [YT]6XmlALdqAwU[/YT]
    Do the Neurotic (B-side to In Too Deep from Invisible Touch in 1986):

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