Your Top 3 Instrumental Tracks of All Time

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Your Top Three Instrumental Tracks of All Time

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Your Top 3 Instrumental Tracks of All Time

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I will go first.

"Surf Rider" by The Lively Ones.

"The Savage" by The Shadows.

"Waltzinblack" by The Stranglers.

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The Joe 90 Theme.
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I love the song Interplay by the oddly named Derek and Ray. looooove that tune.

Elsewhere predictable as it may be I am rather partial to Turn The Centuires Turn, Waltzinblack and Hot Club.
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Post by droopsnoot »

Waltzinblack, obv.

Most of "White Rock" by Rick Wakeman

Can't think of a third, but the above is an album so probably counts to at least two tracks.

Oh, but then there's "Longships" as well, which is pretty good depending on what comes after it.
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Wouldn't be able to pick three but waltzinblack deffo . One of these days and a tune I heard on come dine with me It's a theme tune to a 70s show and its driving me crackers cos I can't think of the show our indeed the name of the tune

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1) Mr Men theme tune
2) Bagpuss theme tune
3) Mr Benn theme tune
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And...

"The Savage" by The Shadows.

A tune I always have thought that influenced Burnel and Shug at some point down the line.
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Lily Was Here - Dave Stewart and Candy Dulfer
Tubular Bells - Mike Oldfield
Apache - The Shadows
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