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Post 15 Nov 2017, 18:14
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A musically clever pop song from Korean group Red Velvet.

The song is called "Body Talk" from their "Rookie" EP. I could listen to it all day. So soothing.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MM0AwoKzZTg

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WytRaven wrote:
A musically clever pop song from Korean group Red Velvet.

The song is called "Body Talk" from their "Rookie" EP. I could listen to it all day. So soothing.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MM0AwoKzZTg
Yeah, it's a very catchy song, has got something that causes the track easily get stuck in the listener's head. Smile
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Here is a quite recent song by a British pop songstress Jasmine Thompson:Smile
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Picnic wrote:
Dagda is an Irish duo comprising by Reg Keating and Phillip O'Reilly. Delilah vocals are by Aisling O'Neill and Una Ni Baoghaill.

Dagda - Delilah (2001)
When you listen to this song it creates a greatly sublime yet at the same time serene atmosphere around. Very good music choice, indeed. Smile

Concluding from your previous recommendations I guess that you may like the following track as well:Smile
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I remember that television series. Here, in Poland, it had been shown somewhere around the beginning of 80's, so my memories are rather blurry yet still I remember its specific climate and humor. Now it has been over 35 years since that moment...

Probably nothing can compare with "The Muppet Show" strictly, so I decided to present here something different, a stop-motion movie using the technique called "pixilation", i.e. here live actors use themselves as "puppets" to obtain a comic effect:
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Something with a pure, mesmerizing rhythm:Smile
Post 11 Dec 2017, 17:47
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MHajduk wrote:
Picnic wrote:
Dagda is an Irish duo comprising by Reg Keating and Phillip O'Reilly. Delilah vocals are by Aisling O'Neill and Una Ni Baoghaill.

Dagda - Delilah (2001)
When you listen to this song it creates a greatly sublime yet at the same time serene atmosphere around. Very good music choice, indeed. Smile

The whole album ‎Sleeping With The Gods Of Love (the one that contains the Delilah track) has a nice easy-listening feeling.
Here is one more from the cd - Gods of Love Live Here

MHajduk wrote:

Concluding from your previous recommendations I guess that you may like the following track as well:Smile

This is very nice. Remixes by Klangkarussell are found often in my youtube list.


Here you have Cathy Burton & Omnia - Hearts Connected (R.I.B Remix) - Acoustic
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Status Quo - In The Army Now
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EIxsPBbZ_b8

Natalia Nykiel - Kokosanki
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s5iC0Gbl-64

and the best:
Pendulum - Witchcraft
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ogMNV33AhCY
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A song by Russian artist Asaga.

Asaga - Berline (Original Mix)
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The music presented by you, Picnic, in this thread has got one main feature: it unravels entangled thoughts. This is something that we should look for listening to various music pieces in my opinion. Such kind of music has got a power to lift us onto the "higher ordering level", so to speak. Smile
Picnic wrote:
The whole album ‎Sleeping With The Gods Of Love (the one that contains the Delilah track) has a nice easy-listening feeling.
Here is one more from the cd - Gods of Love Live Here
Yes, this is something I have just described above but
Picnic wrote:
Here you have Cathy Burton & Omnia - Hearts Connected (R.I.B Remix) - Acoustic
is definitely closer to the ideal we should look for (and is the best of your recommendations in that set). Smile
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CandyMan wrote:
Status Quo - In The Army Now
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EIxsPBbZ_b8
I remember this song very well. There were times when this music piece was very often aired on the radio - practically every morning. Smile
CandyMan wrote:
and the best:
Pendulum - Witchcraft
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ogMNV33AhCY
Yes, I agree, this is the best song in this list. I like the passionate (I'd say even furious) yet readable arrangement of the instrumental interludes there. Smile
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Picnic wrote:
A song by Russian artist Asaga.

Asaga - Berline (Original Mix)
This music piece reminds me of some mantras (putting aside all differences between cultural backgrounds of this song and all those Buddhist chants, of course). I mean here a similar construction and analogous ways they affect the listener's mind and mood. Smile
Post 03 Jan 2018, 18:53
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Here you have a handful of nice songs by two young and talented Polish songstresses:
  1. ImageImageImage Blue Cafe - To Ty (That's You)
  2. ImageImageImage Kasia Popowska - Dryfy (Drifts)
  3. ImageImageImage Kasia Popowska - Przyjdzie Taki Dzień (The Day Will Come)
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Post 03 Jan 2018, 19:15
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MHajduk, your nice words prompt me to add one more song still in a similar style. Smile

Blue Tente feat. Stine Grove - Heading home (Mat Silvers Love and Light mix)
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Picnic wrote:
MHajduk, your nice words prompt me to add one more song still in a similar style. Smile

Blue Tente feat. Stine Grove - Heading home (Mat Silvers Love and Light mix)
Undoubtedly, one of the best of your recent recommendations. Smile

Here you have something fabulous:Smile
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^^Very beautiful, a unique combination of sound and image.


Thierry David is a French composer and producer.
Thierry David - Sigh of the Goddess (2011)

Mojave 3 were a British shoegazing band.
Mojave 3 - Bluebird Of Happiness (Ulrich Schnauss Remix) (2003)

David Gilmour would love this one.
Dan Sieg - To The Sun (Downtempo Rework)

A modern mix of a Doors classic song.
Jim Morrison - Indian Summer - UCP Berlin Bootleg
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Chinese new year, year of the dog, reminded me of this:

Nazareth - Hair of the Dog
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A relaxing electronica instrumental song by Massive Attack.

Massive Attack -Weather storm (1994)
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Picnic wrote:
Thierry David is a French composer and producer.
Thierry David - Sigh of the Goddess (2011)

Mojave 3 were a British shoegazing band.
Mojave 3 - Bluebird Of Happiness (Ulrich Schnauss Remix) (2003)

David Gilmour would love this one.
Dan Sieg - To The Sun (Downtempo Rework)

A modern mix of a Doors classic song.
Jim Morrison - Indian Summer - UCP Berlin Bootleg
All aforementioned songs are very good and pleasant to listen to. They give me a feeling of "timelessness", I can forget about the time flow when any of these music pieces is being played. The first and the fourth ones are the most catchy in my opinion, especially the modern mix of The Doors song. Smile
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