Mettalica's song ONE all done on the piano.

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    Beautiful to be sure but the piano simply doesn't replace the guitar in my mind. Maybe I'm too beholden to the original on such an iconic song.
     

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    Very True, but amazing to say the least when done on the piano.
     
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    Several years ago, my wife picked up a Metallica song book where all the songs had been transcribed for piano. I was unaware of her purchase. She memoraized several songs and suprised me on my birthday with a short recital. I am a big Metallica fan and she is a great pianist. It was a beautiful and considerate gift.
     
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    That one is truly amazing!!!!!!!!!!:wow::wow:
     
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    Let me say AGAIN- That TOOL song on the piano is AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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    That is great:wavey:
     
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    Yeah there's a whole album full of their songs done on the piano... good stuff.
    :rock:
     
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    Nice thanks, I like bands that can actually play thear insturments. Metalica is one of them. lotts of classical influences in metal.
    This guy is pretty good.
     
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    THIS.

    Hearing them in a classical version, especially "sober" from TOOL, is unbelievable. TOOL's songs are a little creepy to begin with, that would make great background music to a horror scene in a move.
     
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    Doubtless many of you have heard of Apocalyptica. They've done some fantastic stuff playing Metallica on the cello. "Plays Metallica by four cellos" is a fantastic CD.
     
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    Yep.. I dig them too. The majority of my musical background is piano and cello. Pretty much anyone that covers music that was written as rock, metal, alternative or whatever with a classical instrument, I like.

    Not to keep harpin' on it (no pun intended :supergrin:), there's coincidentally a group that does a string tribute to Tool. They're called Anotomica. Also good stuff.
     
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    That is flat out beautiful !!!:wow:

    There is some pure talent out there that does not get the recognition they deserve, thats for sure.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rbTozgoj9OQ
     
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    Wow. Thanks for sharing that. :)
     
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    You got it Kitty - I was hoping most would enjoy that. Gun enthusiasts typically enjoy the finer things...:wavey:
     
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