Here are my choices for the Top 10 Greatest Closing Tracks.
What are yours?
10. “The Court Of The Crimson King”
9. “I Am The Resurrection”
8. “When The Levee Breaks”
7. “Walk On Gilded Splinters”
6. “I Shall Be Released”
5. “Motion Picture Soundtrack”
4. “Feel Like Goin’ Home”
3. “Moonlight Mile”
2. “Lady Of The North”
#1. “See You In The Next One”
There’s no other great closing track.
I miss Kurt.
I miss Kurt too
don’t worry, they may be reanimating him soon
don’t know about greatest but i heard a great one today:
spiritualized – cop shoot cop…
from the 1997 album
second part is just nuts
In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida, Iron Butterfly from In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida
Cease, Bad Religion from The Grey Race
Merry Happy, Kate Nash from Made of Bricks
Nights in White Satin, Moody Blues from Days of Future Passed
The End, Pearl Jam from Backspacer
Bedlam Boys/The Rights of Man, Old Blind Dogs from New Tricks
The End, The Doors from The Doors
Gold Dust Woman, Fleetwood Mac from Rumours
Indifference, Pearl Jam from Vs.
Little Earthquakes, Tori Amos from Little Earthquakes
Love is Blindness, U2 from Achtung Baby
A Day in the Life, Beatles from Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band
Riders on the Storm, The Doors from LA Woman
@meg: the funny, kinda messed-up thing about him dying, though, is that I wouldn’t be as much into Nirvana if he was still alive as he is dead. This might hold true for some people too :(
@ruby stevens: Oh my gawd! Do you have their new album?
not yet!! ^
I also want to give mention to:
Listening to you I get the music.
Gazing at you I get the heat.
Following you I climb the mountain.
I get excitement at your feet
Right behind you I see the millions.
On you I see the glory
From you I get opinions
From you I get the story
Listening to you I get the music
Gazing at you I get the heat
Following you I climb the mountain
I get excitement at your feet
oh, i thought you meant
Oay Lahy E
The music from the last scene of ‘Little Dieter Needs To Fly’
place your left foot first, dancers. it makes all the difference.
you can’t always get what you want
it’s all over now, baby blue
a day in the life
cowgirl in the sand
one for my baby (and one more for the road)
for your pleasure
why’d ya do It?
the last time i saw richard
This is a screamingly obvious choice, but I’ve yet to hear a better closing track…
Anthony Braxton – Dedicated to Multi-Instrumentalist Leroy Jenkins – For Alto (no video)
“Perdido” from Mingus at Carnegie Hall
Only two tracks on the album, but it stills bears mentioning.
Tomorrow Never Knows
A Day In The Life
When The Levee Breaks
Shine on you crazy diamond [Part two]
Meat Is Murder
Some Girls Are Bigger Than Others
A Day in the Life—Sgt. Pepper’s
Tomorrow Never Knows—Revolver
Won’t Get Fooled Again—Who’s Next
Rockin’ in the Free World—Neil Young
Can’t Hardly Wait—The Replacements
Darkness on the Edge of Town—Bruce Springsteen
Lawyers, Guns, and Money—Warren Zevon
Happy New Year—Todd Snider
Hey,Hey, My, My—Neil Young
Watching the Detectives—Elvis Costello
“Train in Vain”- The Clash
“I Shall Be Released”- The Band
“The Tourist”- Radiohead
“Hey, Hey, My, My”- Neil Young
“A Day in the Life”- The Beatles
“You Can’t Always Get What You Want”- The Rolling Stones
“Fight the Power”- Public Enemy
“Positively 4th Street”- Bob Dylan
“Love Reign O’er Me”- The Who