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Borsuc



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Loser wrote:
Wow, your zip file is over 40MB! Need some time to digest. Get back to you when I have time to listen to the tracks. Wink
Well I have like 2.74 GB of mp3-converted soundtracks on my HDD; for me it's better than YouTube because:

1) Quality doesn't suck that much, it's a lot superior
2) I can listen to them without having to go online and download them each time (streaming ofc)

so you guys (if you have space on HDD) can listen to them whenever you feel like it Smile
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I download the soundtracks The_Grey_Beast. Thank you! Wink


Kostantinos Bhta is a Greek composer and song writter, also known as Kbhta and K.B.
Among others he writes music for cinema and theatrical performances.

Kostantinos Bhta - Funky Beat
Kostantinos Bhta - The Wave
Post 29 Jul 2008, 15:15
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thimis

Slightly offtopic here, but I have to ask: why surname of this composer ("Βητα") is transliterated to Latin alphabet as "Bhta"? Shouldn't be here simply "Beta"? Shocked
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Yes indeed it's Beta, those are the famous and annoying Greeklish language, i don't like them, but i just copy-paste text on post Razz


A beautiful track from Elmara called Training inside Cafe del Mar Series (CD 14)
Listen and relax
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so late to reply, never realize the gems inside this thread Razz

the musical saw posted by victor is nice (am never realize the saw could sounds like this)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JcDgk3Kst2s

John Butler Trio - Ocean (posted by dap) nice!!
http://fr.youtube.com/watch?v=6VAkOhXIsI0


now my list. Razz
white light ~ namie amuro (i play it while driving, i preffer the instrumental one without voice)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hoJNSNEPwTA

古巨基 - 情歌王 compilation of several popular chinese songs into one songs. the MTV is very touching, dont' watch if u just break up!!!
part 1
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nh4C6QLIR2I
part 2
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XShOYK43nM0

MV 古巨基 - 一刻永恆 (i like this one, like the whole life wrap inside one song)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MrTQAlZGFb8

Wang Lee Hom - Forever Love (very nice)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T_sQaiSRYD4

how far love influence human, man willing to die because of love. or ignorance? damn it.
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Queen - Love Of My Life - karaoke with anime and manga
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uXiD1rJR2p4

Very Happy
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very touching history about an old woman, who bought a canary-bird, but then it had been dead (0.5 mb)

an instrumental... (1 mb)

everything by three drunk students Wink

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MHajduk



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Accordingly to Friday's opening of the Olympic Games I want to present here something not only for listening but also for watching: beautiful, amazing dance with 6 china bowls on the head and 2 china plates in the hands. Wink This traditional Uyghur dance was Golden Cup winner of the International Art Festival held in South Korea: Bowl dance


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Thank you for that excellent link. Their performance was terrific. How about when they poured the water at the end! I was impressed by the apparent incorporation of elements of Classical Western Ballet, as well as the clear invocation of Hindu themes in their choreography. Just a guess, but I suppose the percentage of those young women whose native language is PuTongHua or a related Sino language, and not Uyghur, is very high, perhaps, even 100%. Regardless of their ethnicity, the performance was remarkable. I attempted, but failed, to locate a link to the beautiful bowl dancing I observed in Delhi, about thirty years ago. Unlike the equally impressive Uyghur dance in M.Hajduk's excellent link above, those gals, three decades ago, were dancing ON the bowls. Unbelievably difficult. Can you imagine the strength and dexterity required simply to maintain static balance on a wobbly hemisphere, 25 cm in diameter, let alone a bowl that is gyrating back and forth as the dancers rapidly spin, to and fro, up and down, arms extended, then flexed, shifting their entire body from one position to another? Dim as those lights now, are becoming, I yet can envision that image of those Indian bowl dancers' grace and beauty!
Smile
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I'm glad you liked it, tom. Smile
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Welcome on board!

That song/music reminds me of the electronic "fever" in the 80s! Thanks! Razz
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Borsuc



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Here two songs from Azumi Soundtrack. Hope you enjoy.

Heart to Heart

Behind the Dream -- this one is a bit sad Wink
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Really nice compositions: aerial and calm (especially "Behind The Dream") - correspond excellently with rainy weather here. Smile

BTW, I'm glad this great thread is still alive, I don't like situation when my words are like an epitaph on the grave of the dead thread. Wink
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MHajduk wrote:
...I don't like situation when my words are like an epitaph on the grave of the dead thread.
So long as men can breathe or eyes can see,
So long lives this and this gives life to thee.

Smile
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Lightning Stalker wrote:
Part 4:...
The girl vocal sounds so cute! I like it! Very Happy

MHajduk, a romantic poet, wrote:
I don't like situation when my words are like an epitaph on the grave of the dead thread.
Your line is so beautiful! Very Happy


崔健 - 假行僧 (Fake Wondering Monk) - MV
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iKE9yE4IouI

崔健 - 假行僧 - Live
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hOpEnm7ur5g

Enjoy! Wink
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Borsuc



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Ok glad you guys liked them. Here's another two from the same soundtrack.

First one is a bit hard-core, but it's still a soundtrack: The Guilts of Us

Second one has a calm and sad atmosphere. I just love these kind of songs Wink Outroduction Before the New Day

EDIT: Here's another one (same soundtrack): In the Sense of Genuineness

I thought that since I posted most good ones from this soundtrack I might as well put up this one as well: Into the Sound of Darkness
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I spent some time today listen to most of the tracks listed here.

Lush is a alternative/indie band formed in London, England, 1988.
I can't locate in youtube this particular track i like so here's a link worth the download imho.

Lush - Desire Lines
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Here is another world-class performance: I Will Survive - Piano & Violin Duet. Enjoy! Wink
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