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'The songs that made you cry'

Discussion in 'music' started by Joe Hutch, May 11, 2021.

  1. aedagnino

    aedagnino pfm Member

    I agree, he's great on that record.
     
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  2. Woodface

    Woodface pfm Member

    It is utterly perfect
     
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  3. aedagnino

    aedagnino pfm Member

    There have been so many 'tearjerkers' through the years! Those that spring to mind:

    Free Will and Testament - Robert Wyatt
    Sound & Vision - David Bowie
    Moments of Pleasure - Kate Bush
    Run Run Se Fue P'al Norte - Violeta Parra
    Lonely Woman - Ornette Coleman
    West End Blues - Louis Armstrong
    Julia - The Beatles
    Girl - The Beatles
    Piazza Grande - Lucio Dalla
    Everything Merges With the Night - Brian Eno

    Could keep going on really, left them at ten...
     
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  4. Seeker_UK

    Seeker_UK I had amnesia once or twice...

    "Spider and I" does it for me...
     
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  5. aedagnino

    aedagnino pfm Member

    For me it's Julie With... from that record, as well as By This River.
     
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  6. mrlamonta

    mrlamonta pfm Member

    Please do not ask my why or indeed mock me but 'Hunted by a Freak' by Mowai gets me. I haven't heard it since the last ATP festival.

    Also, if the wind is blowing in the right direction a few tunes from 'Everybody Digs Bill Evans' can do it for me too.

    :edit: Father and Son by Cat Stevens.
     
  7. thomasp

    thomasp Active Member

    Music from the motion picture Gladiator
     
  8. MEMF1980

    MEMF1980 pfm Member

    Roberta Flack ‘the first time ever I saw your face’ .. it’s almost too much!!!
     
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  9. jimbob75

    jimbob75 pfm Member

    And the Band Played Waltzing Matilda - The Pogues
    Take it with me - Tom Waits
     
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  10. chartz

    chartz If it’s broke fix it!

    I was at a cremation ceremony yesterday and they played various sorts of musics.
    But the one that made me shiver, almost cry was Still Loving You.

    What a great song this is.

    And yet the sound system was so bad.
     
  11. zygote23

    zygote23 pfm Member

    Every time!
     
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  12. bossjw

    bossjw pfm Member

    Boulder to Birmingham by Emmylou Harris
    Saw her performing it on a recent documentary on iplayer....still moves me especially when put in context of why she wrote it
     
  13. fegs

    fegs pfm Member

    Motorcycle Emptiness - Manics , long story but it reminds me of my Dad

    Fade into you - Mazzy Star, has always been a fave tune of mine, two years ago when my wife's Dad was terminally ill in hospital this was playing on the radio as he passed away, can't listen to it now without blubbering
     
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  14. Rk19

    Rk19 pfm Member

    Joan Baez - Hello in There
    Mary Hopkin - Those were the days
    Peter Sarstedt - Where do you go to (my lovely)
    Bob Dylan - Sara
     
  15. vince rocker

    vince rocker pfm Member

    June Tabor's version is the one for me. I haven't heard a recorded version by Eric Bogle but he used to do a good one live. Good song.
     
  16. billo

    billo pfm Member

    Ali Farka Toure and Toumani Diabate "In The Heart of The Moon"
    Even though I don't know what the songs are about!
     
  17. GaryT

    GaryT pfm Member

    I played 'Bailero' by Frederica von Stade at the weekend, and was in absolute floods.
     
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  18. Weekender

    Weekender pfm Member

    I played it at a vinyl night once to...absolutely no reaction whatsoever. :oops:
     
  19. DipsyDave

    DipsyDave pfm Member

    Over Time by Lucinda Williams. Heart-breakingly sad.
     
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  20. evand

    evand pfm Member

    Have you heard Kiri Te Kanawa's take? I first heard it whilst watching a NZ film many years back. Perfect accompaniment for the scene and storyline and indelibly etched into my brain. Naturally I sought out the CD at the time.

    [​IMG]
     
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