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Billy Joel- The Ballad of Billy the Kid



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If I had to pick one it would be:

Collective Soul - 'She Said'

You cannot have this conversation without mentioning:

Mason Williams - 'Classical Gas'

I would also consider

ELO - 'Fire on High', 'Turn to Stone', 'Mr. Blue Sky'
Collective Soul - 'Run'

The words to 'Run' are very apropos to our current chaos:

Are these times contagious
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Is there a cure among us?
From this processed sanity?
I weaken with each voice that sings
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Eleanor Rigby - The Beatles
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We'll endorse Michael's nomination of ELO.
Also, Moody Blues, "Nights in White Satin" and the entire Days of Future Passed album.
But especially Elton John's early material with those fantastic Paul Buckmaster string arrangements --
"Your Song," "Madman Across the Water," "Levon," "Burn Down the Mission," many more...
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I have to add another one that popped into my head as I was out on a 4 mile walk at 5 am in 30 weather - Great to be alive.

Procol Harum w/ the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra - Conquistador
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Everything that ELO ever did.
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Kashmir. Led Zeppelin
A Day in the Life. Beatles
A Man Needs a Maid. Neil Young
Expecting to Fly. Buffalo Springfield
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"The Rain Song" by Zeppelin, although in reality the 'orchestra' was simulated by Page, et al.

From wikipedia: "With a working title of "Slush", a reference to its easy listening simulated orchestral arrangement..."
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S&M (concert) METALLICA

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Trans-Siberian Orchestra is best known for their Christmas albums. All filled with classical music, 'The Christmas Attic' is my favorite. I have a rule that they can only be listened to from the day after Thanksgiving to Christmas.

However, their rock opera 'Beethoven's Last Night' is a fictitious story of Mephistopheles coming to collect his soul the night before he died. He was working on his 10th symphony which went unfinished. As with all of their albums it is filled with classical music. Not just Beethoven, but also Mozart, Chopin and Rimsky-Korsakov.
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I don't think mentioned yet:

Bittersweet Symphony - The Verve

Yesterday - Beatles (only a string quartet, but...)

This is a video, but Gary Brooker (Procol Harum) doing "Whiter Shade of Pale" with a full orchestra. It's freakin' good.

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I have to add another one that popped into my head as I was out on a 4 mile walk at 5 am in 30 weather - Great to be alive.

Procol Harum w/ the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra - Conquistador
THIS! Not only an accompaniment, but a LIVE accompaniment. The entire album is great.
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I don't think Renaissance has gotten any love yet, but their orchestral music is worth a listen. Plus Annie Haslam's voice is a thing of beauty
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Here's a good one....

NOFX playing their 18 minute epic "The Decline" with an orchestra at Red Rocks:

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Justin Hayward - "Forever Autumn" from the 1977 'War of the Worlds' soundtrack.
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Styxs Tommy Shaw with the Contemporary Youth Orchestra.

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Knights in White Satin and November Rain are fantastic songs mentioned above. So are the mentions of EL as in ELO and ELton John.

Was just thinking that even though Ian Anderson is well know for playing the flute, Jethro Tull may not have a famous song that could qualify for this topic.
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This is a video, but Gary Brooker (Procol Harum) doing "Whiter Shade of Pale" with a full orchestra. It's freakin' good.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=St6jyEFe5WM
WOW, this version was so good, as you previewed!!
This could have been a big hit even in 2006 ,I was astounded on how good a voice he still has, and the musical accompaniment hit on all cylinders!
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The Good, The Bad and The Ugly Theme

By the Danish National Symphony (or Orchestra?)

Seeing it on YouTube is worth a few minutes.
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Great picks everyone! The Cranberries "Linger" is one of my favorite orchestral soft rock tunes.
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Not a full on orchestra but a good song nonetheless.

"Under Your Scars" - Godsmack

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Always been a sucker for Tuesday Afternoon by the Moody Blues.
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We'll endorse Michael's nomination of ELO.
Also, Moody Blues, "Nights in White Satin" and the entire Days of Future Passed album.
But especially Elton John's early material with those fantastic Paul Buckmaster string arrangements --
"Your Song," "Madman Across the Water," "Levon," "Burn Down the Mission," many more...
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No Leaf Clover by Metallica

They did an entire album with the San Francisco Symphony called S&M.
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"November Rain" by Guns and Roses.

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I saw a video of Tommy Shaw of Styx playing "Fooling Yourself" with an orchestra. It was awesome!!!
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This one, Bobby?

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That Tommy Shaw version with the kids orchestra is great.
I come here to find new, interesting things to listen to (this thread and the other that is titled perfect.

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Here's a good one....

NOFX playing their 18 minute epic "The Decline" with an orchestra at Red Rocks:

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Wow. That was great. Thank you.
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I loved Heart's Cover of Stairway to Heaven, at the Kennedy Center.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LFxOaDeJmXk

Anything that Jeff Lynne has touched with ELO. If I had to give specifics, turn to stone, and telephone line are wonderful.

For something a little less traditional, Tommy Shaw of Styx performed Renegade, accompanied by an Orchestra

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JESUS CHRIST!!!!!!!

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XTC- Green Man. Great song by a greatly underappreciated band. This song will be stuck in my brain for the rest of my life lol.
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Nightwish - "Shudder Before the Beautiful," from the album Endless Forms Most Beautiful.
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I came here to mention the S&M album by Metallica, but some someone else already mentioned it, I'll go with "Hallelujah" by k.d. lang.

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