YouTube: James Horner - The Ludlows(from the Movie Legends of the Fall with Brad Pitt, Anthony Hopkins, Aidan Quinn) Many instrumental Version on YouTube by people who just sit and play it at their piano or synth's. James Horner is definetly one of my favourite Movie composers and seem to often have a Celtic Feeling to his music. He also made Braveheart Soundtrack. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fxVaQUn7L4Y
YouTube: Audioslave - Cochise(just proves that once in a while there can still come real music with real instruments in the 2000's) - This was the debut single of a supergroup that comprised the voice of Soundgarden & Temple of the Dog (Chris Cornell), and the instrumentalists from Rage Against The Machine (Tim Commerford, Tom Morello, & Brad Wilk). http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8uhatY70Acs
Red Hot Chilli Peppers - Hollywood (Africa) Acctually the first 12" I ever bought by Red Hot Chilli Peppers, A Cover Of An Old Meter Song. I coulnd't find the 12" version on YouTube this was the cloestr I could find but it's only instrumental.
Prince - Sign "☮" The Times Live(one of the 80's greatest composers and artist that fluently played over 17 instruments, on Sign of the Times Album he played all instruments, live he used artists like Sheila E and others) Saw his concerts live from 1986, Parade infront of 5000 people, where I managed to grab a Paisley Park Designed Tamburine he threw out to the audience, until early 90's infront of alot bigger crowds, including the Sign "☮" The Times and LoveSexy Tours.
B - Movie - Nowhere Girl 12" Version(this old synth/independant/underground song has stuck in my mind as i was a DJ back then and a DJ friend of mine and me made this a huge hit in the clubs we played in back then, in fact he was the one introducing this song to me, it acctually became an underground hit in many clubs in Europe back in the early 80's)
Oh my The list could go on and on. Wasn't planning on this long list but when I started searching on YouTube just more and more songs came into my memory. I have to stop now as it's time to get my son from Kindergarten.
Would be cool to find out what others listen too and maybe pick up a few good tips. Please make them as links to YouTube so it's possible to listen to them.