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  • So many tough choices... ....sit in bed with John and Yoko playing "Give Peace a Chance" ....chant "Biko!" with the crowd as Peter Gabriel plays Biko ....go nuts as Talking Heads play "Burning Down The House" ....pretend, for a minute, that you're going to change the world singing "40" at the end of a U2 concert I'll chant Biko and dream of the others
  • I think for me it would have to be Queen-Boheman Rapsody.
  • I would kill to have pit seating to see and experience Beethoven co-conduct the London Philharmonic with Gerard Schwartz from the Seattle Philharmonic at the Roman Amphitheater . You said in history, so I am allowed to blend times together. I've seen Schwartz conduct the 9th once, and I was in tears at the Ode to Joy. I don't recall the choir, but they were amazing! Imagine a crystal clear night, at the ides of March, at the Amphitheater in Rome, and exactly at midnight, the fourth movement begins. And if I can dream a bit further, there would be a meteor shower at the moment when the movement crescendos.
  • "Midnight Rambler" by the Rolling Stones.
  • If we could squeeze in a vocalist as well, kdp, I'd choose whichever band Ella Fitzgerald sang with..hearing her live, in person, up close and personal would be an amazing experience..I know, I'm not exactly answering your question, am I? Well, if the vocalist can't happen, how about Kansas playing Dust in the Wind? :)
  • The Beatles - just about any song of theirs.
  • Well, I'll take a page out of Nelson's book and I've got to go classical with this one, though not too distant past. I'd have loved to be there when Van Cliburn played Tchaikovsky's Piano Concerto No. 1 and Rachmaninoff's Piano Concerto No. 3 to win the First International Tchaikovsky Piano Competition in 1958, in the Soviet Union.
  • Honestly (please don't make fun of me), I wish I had been in the crowd during the "Frampton Comes Alive" performance of "Do You Feel Like We Do". I have never heard anything with so much energy and good vibes, plus every solo in the song is incredible. So, that's my answer... that song by that band, on that day.
  • I would like to hear The Beatles play "Yesterday" live.
  • God Bless the Child by Billie Holiday
  • Drat...I thought of another one and have to answer again. Kurt Cobain performing All Apologies acoustically in front of a small audience for the old MTV Unplugged series.
  • Stairway to Heaven by of course Led Zeppelin! You did say only one song kdp. :)
  • Echoes: Pink Floyd
  • Well, technically, this isn't a band, but I'd love to hear Judy Garland doing "The Man That Got Away" with a decent orchestra. (She did this in the 1957 "A Star is Born.") Talk about a show-stopper!
  • Pink Floyd, Comfortably numb. That song gives me chills. In a good way haha
  • "Just Like That" by ABBA.
  • BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY by QUEEN. Too bad I'll never get the chance now.
  • Comfortably Numb..Pink Floyd..I have seen/heard it played live and could listen/watch it played over, and over, and over... Second choice..Echoes..Pink Floyd..didn't see that one. I have attended a LOT of concerts, but have yet to see one that could top a Floyd show.
  • Patsy Cline in a duet with Leanne Rhimes, singing Blue or Crazy.
  • Supper's Ready- Genesis August 1972
  • It would have to be the band the backed 'Meatloaf' and the song would have to be 'Bat out of hell'
  • dear mama - tupac shakur.
  • aerosmith-dream on

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