|I know this list is 10 months old, but "Reckoner" by Radiohead consistently moves me. The part when the bass/mix first drops in, the "In Rainbows" swell at the bridge, Thom's super echoey note right afterward, the strings at the coda. Damn.|
|the white rider????????????????|
|Jethro Tull - Moths|
|Strawbs - The Vision of the Lady of the Lake|
|Joe Hisaishi - One Summer's Day|
|The Poops - Fishity Bird|
|Vanishing - APC.|
It sounds so ethereal. Almost heartbraking - the freedom of nonexistence.
|In The Aeroplane Over The Sea - Neutral Milk Hotel|
The Sprawl II - Arcade Fire
Collapse the Light Into Earth - Porcupine Tree
Pretty much all of Deathconsciousness by Have A Nice Life
Foam Born (A) by BTBAM gets more beautiful the more you listen to the album.
We Thought Your Hearts Were Beating - From Indian Lakes
Oh and of course Hospice.
|Well yeah reckoner is astoundnishing, but the one that came to my mind was|
Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Parts I-V)
Gilmour's solos in the beginning, the lyrics, the atmosphere, the four-note chord (you know which I'm talking about), that little laugh in the first verse, how roger's voice suits the whole song, the way it lands to the last part after the second verse, the sax solo..
I've yet to find a detail in that song which isn't beautiful
|astonishing* I'M TIRED GUYS ALRIGHT|
|Your Hand In Mine|
|Torsofuck - Raped by Elephants|
|Dvorak - Symphony 9|
Motion Picture Soundtrack - Radiohead
Epilogue - The Antlers
Can't Get It Out Of My Head - Electric Light Orchestra
A World Alone - Lorde
Re:Stacks - Bon Iver