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Re: Re: Elbow "The Loneliness of a Tower Crane Driver". Request of a list of deeply moving songs.

On 12/9/2012 8:46 PM, Art Simon wrote:
Wow, I hadn't heard of elbow before, but I was blown away. Thanks!

On Sun, Dec 9, 2012 at 6:04 PM, Sergio Girardi <simpliflying@gmail.com> 
Ok, this is serendipity :)

In the last two days I am totally obsessed with this song:

I must say, I am a bit emotional lately, because I am in love. And this 
get to move me deeply.
So I am at first willing to make them know to more people because no idea 
they did other good songs but only for this they would deserve the nobel 
And, second, I would like to ask you, beloved musician of this list, for
suggestions of other songs which can move as much as this can.
I remember to have been moved by many song till the point of tears.
In this moment, though, I can't think to another more powerful than this.

But, in order to create a true, sincere, pure, elevated, deeply emotional
tracklist, which would never ever ever ever ever include things like "all 
myself" please, I ask you to contribute to my knowledge of highly emotional
songs/themes, so that I can feed my struggling, and my cradling ;)

And I confirm, love is the only thing which moves me more than music.


Art, their first three albums are AMAZING!!!!! Frankly, I've not been as impressed with the last one but
it still is better than 95% of the swill out there in pop these days.

Listen to the album "Leaders of the Free World"...............just awesome!

To me, they are not unlike the Beatles if the Beatles had been from far Northern Britain and had been a little darker and more melancholic. Their productions are amazing and they take lots of chances with found sounds and weird production techniques. I think that their singer also has one of the most beautiful voices in pop today. He sings BETTER in concert than on record if you can believe that.

yours,   Rick