What is the name of that song about a werewolf in love? [more inside]
Extremely vague song description: I heard a woman playing acoustic guitar in Boston at South Station tonight. She was playing a fairly famous song from the 60's or 70's. The song is sung by a male with a deep scratchy voice, like hungover whiskey voice. He is singing powerfully and it is a powerful song. Not a happy song. It's a singer's song, not so much about the music. The song is definitely famous enough, but not something you would regularly hear, or hear at all on a classic rock radio station. I picture the man singing it to have a lot of facial hair. The lyrics may contain the word 'fire' or they may not.
What is the name of the classical piece played in the background of the Act one segment here? I know I've heard it before.
Is there a technical terminology that could describe different styles of popular singing, in the same way that linguists might describe accents? Try your hand at a couple of examples inside. [more inside]
I've had part of a Kate Bush (?) song in my head for days & can't get it to "finish" and identify itself. At the end (or beginning?), a man (her dad or brother?) sings the first lines of "You Always Hurt the One You Love"... "the one you wouldn't hurt at all..." Googling has failed me. What's the song?
What is the song playing in the gameplay trailer for Cradle?
Looking for a song for our Wedding! I have tried the hum to identify sites, and googled like crazy with no luck. The song is new (2011) and "car commercial popular". It has no lyrics and sounds kind of like something Sigur Ros would do. I know this offers nothing, but it is like, "Ahhhh, ummmmm, aaaaaaa uuuuu". It heard it on the radio, an "alternative" station. Its starts slow and builds (all songs I guess), and is quite emotional. Men are doing the vocals, and my last little evidence is that on the movie, If a Tree Falls, toward the middle they play a short segment of a song that sounds identical to the band in question but not the song. I check every song on the credits but it is definitely not there. Thanks all!
What's the English translation of these French songs sung by the Czech band Miou Miou? [more inside]
Gypsies, vagabonds, fools, the ferry and something about a shoe or whatever I have no idea, what is this even....
Please work your magic and help me think of this song, even though you'll pretty much have nothing to go on. [more inside]
I'm looking for a sound file from a Kenny Everett record: Big architect in the sky. [more inside]
Where can I get the chords of a song taken from Night of the Hunter ? [more inside]
Song-finder filter. For a friend, though there isn't a lot to go on. From the 40's or 50's, popular karaoke song especially among old people apparently?. Male and female duet. [more inside]
I need help identifying a song I heard this afternoon. Difficulty: in French, and no Google luck. [more inside]
Another "What's that car commercial song?" question... We've been seeing a VW Passat car commercial lately (Seattle, Wa) and according to Closed Captioning, one of the lines in the mellow background song is "Seek your way and go"... [more inside]
Name this 80s pop-country song! [more inside]
What is the song I've heard with lyric "Dylan is my inspiration", and repeating the word "Dylan"? [more inside]
Trying to identify a song I heard on the radio with just a few lyrics - help please! [more inside]
Can you name the song [29-second excerpt, 462k mp3] that's playing all too quietly in the background of a scene from season 2 episode 8 of Happy Endings?
Soul song ID needed! [more inside]
Please name this ODD song: I first heard it around 1984-6? -Female voice. "punk" / Nina Hagen-esk absurd enough that it would never be a popular song. -Asian "style" melody -had lyrics "ou la la" in it. -may have had words: "on the radio", "chickens", "other news" in it [more inside]
Spanish guitar pop song from circa 2009? Music video features guy walking in a (rainy?) street, kinda sweaty? [more inside]
I am desperately trying to remember a song from a mix-tape around 1996 that involved a male singing in a quiet, resigned, almost-verging-on-happy-about-giving-up tone about how he was going to just stay inside and live his do-nothing life in his crappy run-down home and drink tea with a dormouse. Something to that effect. Minimalist sound, kind of plinky and plonky. [more inside]
[Song Filter] The roommate I had in college during the 2000-2001 year listened to this song that I liked a lot but of course I do not know the name of it, who sang it, or fully remember much of the lyrics. [more inside]
Introduce me to mindblowing covers. I'm interested in cool, unconventional cover versions that turn cliched songs into something new entirely. [more inside]
What is this song? My brain "recognises" it but I can't place where I've heard it before and it's driving me mad.
What rhymes with 'fall'? [more inside]
Hi. Help me find fun pop songs, not in English, which are full of profanity. [more inside]
What is the song at 7.34 in this radio play? (Apologies if you can't listen to it outside the UK...)
What's the name of the haunting clarinet piece at 00:21:25 and 00:43:21 of Radiolab - Stochasticity (.mp3)? If unnamed, who played it? Thanks!
Any SeatSniffer fans? the band I mean! searching for a song [more inside]
Folksy, loud, strong music. Is this a genre? I recently discovered this song, and would like to find more with a similar sound. [more inside]
Rochester, NYers, Christmas music-ID buffs, or anyone familiar with Armand Schaubroeck: what is the song in the background of the classic House of Guitars Christmas television commercial? [more inside]
Please help me find out the name of this song and who performed it. I'm pretty sure it was 1985 when I heard this song on the radio. It was kind of an oddball novelty song that used a lot of sounds like ticking and ringing clocks. [more inside]
SongFilter: the line "symphony of roses" is all I could remember, and I don't remember the station on the radio I heard it on, but it was an indie station, I think. It was just on in the car and Google is failing me entirely. Anyone familiar?
What's the name of the Formula 1 victory song that played during the late 80s/early 90s. My recollection is that it was also used in a popular arcade racing game at the time. It features heavy 80s synth. [more inside]
I'd like to broaden my ESL songbook, and give kids things to sing that would appeal to them. [more inside]
Can you help me ID this song? [more inside]
I'm grasping at straws here, but I heard a song in Nordstrom last night and the chorus went something like: ...by three by five *something something* next in line... ... oh this is all real, oh this is all real... [more inside]
Anyone want to take a crack at deciphering the lyrics from the 2:22-2:31 mark of this song? [more inside]
I can't find a song I heard and it's driving me up a wall. I'm pretty sure it's called "Do It". [more inside]
What is the name of the older (1970's?) song where a hippy-type chap sings. The words are like a rambling story with comments on the state of the world and its indulgences something like; "To do, half past 2, clock tick, time you, fast food, food fast, open for business, convineance, emmeniance, de-grease, de-gas" kind of deal?
Who made the techno-dance song with lyrics, and song title: "my b***"? [more inside]
Help me find very long songs. Preferably 30 minutes or more. [more inside]
Songfilter: There was a song that I was listening on the radio a while back that I'd like to listen to again but my google-fu is failing me. The song is a little slow with light female vocals, and one of the lines in the chorus was or sounded like "I assume, I assume, I assume." Does this ring a bell to anyone?
What is this classical song (short clip on guitar inside)? [more inside]
I'm looking for a song sung by someone with a Seether-like, raspy-sounding voice. The only lyrics I can remember are "you will never be lonely (lonesome?) again." [more inside]
Cannot figure out the name of this song. It is driving me and my friends crazy. We hummed it for you though. Thanks!!!
I woke up with a song in my head in the style of the fall and the chorus went like this: "I think I just saw a pterodactyl... I think I just saw pterodactyl". Does this song exist, or did I just imagine it?