Hear The Great Piano Rock Songs

Hear The Great Piano Rock Songs

Love of my life, and You take my breath away is super, too. This is a good song, but Vienna is better in my opinion. Also, where is Benny and the Jets by Elton John on this list? Who else would take the number one spot but Billy Joel? And especially this song. It begins as a gentle ballad, then progresses into a Dixieland section which sets the stage for the upbeat story of Brenda and Eddie, and seamlessly transitions back into the ballad section of the beginning. If this isn’t the most definitive piano rock song, I don’t know what is. No list of this type would be complete without Elton John. Almost any of his songs could fit here, but this is my favourite. After probably the coolest guitar riff of all time, this song ends with one of the most emotional and beautiful piano pieces in rock. It’s a shame the band broke up after 1 album. I love everything about this song.

Hear The Great Piano Rock Songs

Best Piano Rock Songs

It would be a strong candidate for number 1 if I did a list of most underrated/overlooked songs that once were popular. I’m still amazed I didn’t include this when I made this list a year ago. It’s one of my favourite songs. Say what you will, the piano in this song is great. One of my favorite piano intros ever. I love the way Don Henley’s understated piano sets the stage for the guitar solo. Wonderful song, and the Eagles’ finest, in my opinion. Closer to folk than rock, but it’s too good not to be here. I prefer My Immortal. Possibly the greatest piano riff of all modern music. Should be much higher for bringing the piano to a greater role in pop and rock music in the early 00’s. Definitely a seminal song, both of all time and of the piano rock genre. In The End is that should be number 1 with My Immortal.

Which of these lyrics sound most like something your band would sing
from the above comments, most of these people (who probably have never had any work of art stolen from them where someone went on to make millions from their work) are supportive of Richard Prince’s past practice and work ethic. Several comments are not supportive and feel what he does for a living with other people’s work is wrong. I feel that just because something has been a long standing practice in the past, doesn’t mean it is okay to do, in this case violating the copyright of an author or artist. This case and several others like it have made me feel that copyrights are not worth the paper they are written on because they do not protect us – the creator of the work. This case showed that If a copyright is challenged on the grounds of altering the work, the other party can rebut the lawsuit with a fair use or transformative art defense, and they can win. There is something seriously wrong with this thinking. Someone else created the work in the first place.

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