I'm talking 'Crazy In Love' standards here folks.
Hit me up.
surely it's do i do
Solo near the end is majestic.
around 4:00 . distortion and horns just sound glorious together.
Tindersticks and M83 have had superb horn lines recently;
Ex Con by Smog too... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kmsMvra1WR8
But that might because it's one of my favourite songs of all time.
I've always loved the Flugelhorn on Billy Bragg's The Saturday Boy
loads of wicked horns on 'Aeroplane...' -- 'Song Against Sex' from 'On Avery Island' is probably worth a mention, too.
!!!: Dear Can. Full song. http://youtu.be/NhvPXo3o-kQ
Acoustic Ladyland: Iggy http://youtu.be/bDfui9FHhSM
Red Prysock: Hand Clappin' http://youtu.be/I4Kkf-NUDNU
Aretha Franklin: Think (Blues Brothers version) http://youtu.be/qE41YPdPuis
From the horns: http://youtu.be/qE41YPdPuis?t=46s
I'm not entirely sure I understand what this thread was about.
Fuck it though...
Haggis Horns: The Traveller (Pt 2): http://youtu.be/jfH-HwH8M0o It's got some trumpets in there somewhere.
by Modest Mouse.
right answer like
especially Carne Voodoo.
Do Make Say Think - Ontario Plates
Broken Social Scene - 7/4 Shoreline
Godspeed - Gathering Storm
Broken Social Scene ones. I used to be particualarly fond of ibi dreams of pavement.
It's All Gonna Break is pretty euphoric.
But yeah came in here to post Shoreline.
This was actually the first thing that popped into my head when I saw this thread...
the horns on the album version took it to a whole other level
they make me all woozy with happiness just thinking about them. not even imagining the song, just the abstract thought of the song.
it's such a simple part, but the horns are so beautifully played and recorded, it just kills me. I struggle to raise a smile most of the time these days, but I'm listening now, and it's utter bliss.
:( so melancholy but so lovely.
James Brown records
Pete Rock/90s boom-bap records
Half Man Half Biscuit - Gubba Look-A-Likes
Sunn O))) - Alice
Foetus - How To Vibrate
Cardiacs and VdGG (and Colin Stetson, and 20th Century Schizoid Man, and about 900 others) would be here but I'm trying to avoid
saxophones because they basically fall under a different category (woodwind innit)
Killer horn parts all the way through, but probably best of all in the final track, Operator. A thoroughly incredible, intense and unusual record.
Everything by Cows.
Bugles count, right?
Radiohead Bloom & Codex
Bjork Vertebrae by Vertebrae
Tindersticks, Gallon Drunk, Jimi Tenor etc. And of course The Sccapegoats. For example:
This is a less concise clip:
I mainly link to because it was filmed directly behind me. Any idea how bizarre it is to find the back of your head on Youtube (from 2001) whilst having breakfast?
I've always liked the horns in 'The Underdog' by Spoon.
Gives me the horn.
Or fela kuti with a ginger baker bonus!
Broken Social Scene, what a song.
Come on, people.
Brown Sugar, Bitch, Rocks Off, etc.
This surely the correct answer?
That's one hell of a sax solo.
always liked the trumpet solo in Kevin Carter by Manic Street Preachers too.
Such a good intro.
by RJD2. On here around 1:32 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rVqAdIMQZlk
Also samples Elliott Smith, which is pretty amazing.
I've also always been very fond of the horn part in 'You Only Move Twice' by Jeniferever. Starts around 4:10, goes supernova at 4:26.
In these new puritans - we want war.
in 'Waitin' For A Superman'.
But the solo in Airborne is superb.
Half amazing/half hilarious.
by titus andronicus
I'm insane - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=USXvbr6SER4
Deranged and marvelous.
All of Young Soul Rebels - but especially this: