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Fav opeth Jam song

Discussion in 'Opeth (Archived)' started by demon of the moor, Dec 10, 2008.

  1. demon of the moor

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    whether it be drums, guitar, keyboard.........mellotron, what song/s do it for you Jammin out.

    I might have to say

    a fair judgement
    masters apprentice
    Heir apparent
    burden
    hessian peel
    soldier of fortune
    Bridge of sighs
    all of damnation
     
  2. The Poona of Peshwa

    The Poona of Peshwa Blood Glutton

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    P: "We neva jam."
    M: "Our songs does not allows us to jam."
     
  3. grey knight

    grey knight Etheraven

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    Intro of Under the weeping moon
    Later parts of Closure
    Intro of Beneath the mire
    Some parts of Hours of Wealth
    Intro of Reverie/Harlequin forest
    And interlude of a song I can't remember what it was...

    I play bass.
     
  4. Arasmas

    Arasmas New Metal Member

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    lol remember that guitar video where the interviewer asks them to "jam" so they play the end of credence, hahahaha lamest thing ever, they were so clueless
     
  5. BefriendedUnit

    BefriendedUnit They wear white for me

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    Mountain Jam by Allman Brothers

    edit: Oh, Opeth.
     
  6. Silent Dance With Death

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    The best album to jam to is Blackwater Park, in my opinion. There are some really great rhythms on that album.
     
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    philno New Metal Member

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    :lol: i remember that

    i like playing random bits off of songs from BWP. leper affinity and BWP more than others. lol jamming songs from orchid/morningrise has to be one of the worse things ever, the riffs sound awful without the extra guitar.
     
  8. Hybrid_Child

    Hybrid_Child Majesty

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    I'm learning Bleak at the moment. Guess that's my favorite. I wouldn't call it jammin' though, just playing the song.
     
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    all the fucking discography.
     
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    The Closure jam was badass.
     
  11. Purple Haze

    Purple Haze Left To Rot

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    The willow tree
     
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    lolwat
     
  13. Purple Haze

    Purple Haze Left To Rot

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    lol..that song was supposed to be the moor or something like that...check the my arms, your hearse thread:loco:
     
  14. grey knight

    grey knight Etheraven

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    Update:

    Godhead's lament (all I remember)
    Baying of the hounds (all kinds of random parts)
     
  15. lammoth

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    ending credits 2 guitars :D
    closure with 1 guitar
    and DEMON OF THE FALL with the whole band \m/
     
  16. wut wut

    wut wut ROADS ICY ROADS

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    If there was an Opeth jam I would put it on all of my sammiches. Sadly, there is none.
     
  17. Silent Dance With Death

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    I see what you did there.
     
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    I Love Chicken Pot Pie As Well As Me Capitalizing All Words Typed Because People That Do This Are Awesome Like Me
     
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    Lateralus14 New Metal Member

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    After all the different responses at this point..how does one define jam exactly anyway?
     
  20. nocturno91

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    That's just what I was thinking. I define it as improvising solos/riffs/whatever over a certain track, so in that case "To Bid You Farewell" wins for me.
     

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