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The Meltdown Lounge>If you could nail one song perfectly...
Rain Man 03:08 PM 07-18-2021
Imagine that you're at a party. There's a piano, guitar, drums, harp, and other instruments available. Everyone's having a good time, and people start doing impromptu one-person performances. It's your turn now.

It's just you, your larynx, and one instrument of your choice. What one song would you most like to be able to perform as well as the original artist?

It would be hard for me to pass up Great Balls of Fire. If you nail that song, you're never buying a drink at a party again.
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ptlyon 06:52 AM 07-19-2021
Originally Posted by Frazod:
Faithfully.
Ironic this thread and this post. "Don't stop believing" by Journey was on when I parked the truck this morning.

If anybody could do Steve Perry down to a T they'd be the richest person in the world.
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Stryker 06:59 AM 07-19-2021
Originally Posted by Frazod:
Faithfully.
Excellent choice :-)
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RealSNR 07:02 AM 07-19-2021

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oldman 07:15 AM 07-19-2021
This is one of those chicken or egg questions. Most talented vocalists are not really great guitar, etc. players and great guitar/piano/etc. players really aren't good vocalists. There are exceptions of course, Joe Bonamassa come to mind. But guys like Steve Perry and David Ruffin didn't play an instrument on stage or in the studio.

I guess I'd have to go with Michael McDonald on "What a fool believes" or BB King on either "The thrill is gone" or "Into the night".

But RM is right. If you could do The Killer's "Great balls of fire" you'd be drinking for free a long time.
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wazu 08:14 AM 07-19-2021
“Taylor” by Jack Johnson. Love the guitar.
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burt 08:35 AM 07-19-2021
He Went to Paris, Jimmy Buffet



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Otter 08:38 AM 07-19-2021
I want to see Titty Meat belt out "It's Raining Men" after a couple cocktails.
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Frazod 09:41 AM 07-19-2021
Originally Posted by Stryker:
Excellent choice :-)
I'm actually a pretty good singer, but I have a limited range. If I go beyond it, my voice cracks like a bat over Bo Jackson's knee. Singing Steve Perry stuff is definitely a no go.
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sully1983 09:49 AM 07-19-2021
"November Rain" (Guns & Roses)

I've seen G & R in concert a couple times over the years (last time it was some years ago in Glendale , AZ ). Say what you want about Axl Rose as a person but damn that dude is a one of a kind front man/ lead singer. And "November Rain" is just such an EPIC song all the way thru.
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Coochie liquor 09:54 AM 07-19-2021
Originally Posted by Otter:
I want to see Titty Meat belt out "It's Raining Men" after a couple cocktails.
Pretty sure thatís a weekly occurrence at a KC area gay club/bath house.
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SuperChief 11:25 AM 07-19-2021
What a neat question. So many good songs have the potential to bring the house down.

Knowing the crowd I'd be around, I'd go with:

War Pigs - Black Sabbath (although playing guitar/having no drums would be the suck)
Point of No Return - Kansas
Touch, Peel and Stand - Days of the New
Rocket Man - Elton John
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SuperBowl4 11:29 AM 07-19-2021
KILLER IN YOU - LIMP BIZKIT - me and my guitar ->http://youtu.be/nczZ_f2hapY and http://youtu.be/ofUzHRQkYc0
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eDave 12:04 PM 07-19-2021

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Sofa King 12:12 PM 07-19-2021
Star Spangled Banner
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Chief Northman 12:32 PM 07-19-2021
Freebird is tough to beat…

But Ace Frehley’s solo in “Shock Me” just makes me orgasm
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