My archetypal example is the sped-up piano interlude in the Beatles' "In My Life", as it meets the essential criteria: doesn't repeat chord/melodic structure from the verse or chorus
The piano solo in In My Life is the same, harmonically, as the verse. The middle eight, or bridge, is the other section -- "All these places have their moments," etc.
― St3ve Go1db3rg, Tuesday, 20 September 2011 14:44 (five years ago) Permalink
The Posies, "Golden Blunders." Four weeks seemed like a long time then/but nine months is longer now/and even if you never speak again/you've already made the wedding vows. Along with a chromatic climb to get out from the middle eight's key change.
― Woolen Scjarfs (Phil D.), Tuesday, 20 September 2011 14:57 (five years ago) Permalink
Not sure I agree that section is a "bridge" or "middle eight" in "In My Life." Doesn't seem to me that those terms usually refer to repeating sections where you get the title words as a refrain line at the end.
Not sure what I would call them - "verse extension" or something.
― timellison, Tuesday, 20 September 2011 23:27 (five years ago) Permalink
the "look at the beautiful patterns that form on the wall" middle 8 in The Soft Boys "Rock n Roll Toilet"
― the tune is space, Wednesday, 21 September 2011 00:55 (five years ago) Permalink
"The Chain" - McVie's beastly moment.
― collardio gelatinous, Saturday, 5 May 2012 05:28 (four years ago) Permalink
Blondie - Call Me
― I wish to incorporate disco into my small business (chap), Saturday, 5 May 2012 11:36 (four years ago) Permalink
The Kinks "Tired of Waiting"
The 'It's your life and you can do what you want' bit <3<3<3
― Emperor Cos Dashit (Adam Bruneau), Saturday, 5 May 2012 19:09 (four years ago) Permalink