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Happy Sounds By Famous Bands
Instrumental International
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List of instrumental bands. This list does not cite any sources. Please help improve this list by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. June 2015) (Learn how and when to remove this template message).

Mixing together obscure Fireballs covers from the early '60s with much more recent interpretations by more modern bands, it's something of a mix of a '60s instrumental rock compilation and a tribute album - but not quite either. For that reason alone, it's rather uneven listening, and it's fair to say that most of the relatively small band of people who collect Fireballs releases in the first place will be more interested in the vintage material than the newer items. Accepting all these limitations, this is an adequate testament to the modest influence the group had,.

100 Instrumental Songs: Famous Summer Playlist 2015.

For instrumental rock bands, the key to success lies in the music. While this may seem obvious, unlike other rock bands, instrumental rock bands have few, if any lyrics to express themselves  . Bands/Musicians The Best Instrumental Rock Bands/Artists. For instrumental rock bands, the key to success lies in the music. Thus, the music they create speaks volumes more than any lyrics can. While the instrumental rock was at its peak during the 1950s and 1960s, there hasn't been a shortage of good instrumental bands that have emerged since then. To some, instrumental rock can also be called post-rock.

Written by Ingrid Samantha Lim4 August 2016. With these bands, lyrics are out and instrumental sounds reign supreme. From the selection of Malaysian instrumental rock bands that we found, we can say that they do just as the aforementioned icons do: they let their impactful, wordless composition speak for them. Case in point, their glimmering album The Lights We Shed Shall Burn Your Eyes, where the song titles alone – like many instrumental bands of the same ilk – capture a certain haunting beauty such as ‘Have You Ever Danced with The Devil in the Pale Moonlight?. Many of their songs are expansive – they come to an average length of 8 minutes – as the band takes their time to explore and build sonic stories with surging sensibility and resonating introspection.


A1 Inka Casatschok (Ahl/Bayer)
A2 Italia Melodie (Panzutti)
A3 That's Nice (Nielssen)
A4 Kaju (Rugeri / Acim)
A5 Weekend in London (Raffeng)
A6 Un gran Fiesta (Häussler / Selva)
B1 Paganini Beat (Landy)
B2 City Life (Wilden)
B3 Original - Dixieland - Onestep (Selva)
B4 Sacramento (Roler)
B5 Happy Funeral (F. Mayer)
B6 Mireille (Eckert)


print in the outrun says RR 1003 - Cover and label has RL 1003 printed on it. No Barcode or date (probably 1968 or 1969)