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MHajduk



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YONG wrote:
For those who hate boys' bands and slow/sad melodies, it's time to shut down your computer ...
I decided to risk and listened to these music recommendations. Wink This song seems to be recorded in 80's, right? Quite catchy and lyric track. It reminds me something I listened to before but I can't say what it was. Maybe I can compare their music with the music pieces by the famous Polish pop/rock band 2 plus 1 (some info here): I liked especially excellent strings passages here. Extremely calming melody. Wink


Listen how young talented Polish pianist Rafał Blechacz interprets Chopin's Prelude Op. 28 No. 4:Very Happy
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YONG



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MHajduk wrote:
Rafał Blechacz plays Frederic Chopin's Prelude Op.28 No.4 in E Minor
A classic! Razz


Beyond - 大地

Wink
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MHajduk



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YONG wrote:
Beyond - 大地
Gorgeous tune. Smile Sounds to me like one of the gloomy rock ballads recorded somewhere in 80's. Wink


These two interesting music pieces I've just "discovered" in last two days (and liked from the first notes):
Very Happy
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YONG



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MHajduk wrote:
Mahmud Nomozov & "Surxon" band - Saratonda
The background instrumental play is quite good! Nice song. Razz


陳啟泰 - 幾許風雨

Ken Chan - Final Answer.mp3

Wink
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Picnic



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Hello,

A composition by Vangelis taken from the album 'Chariots Of Fire' released 1981.
Vangelis - Abraham's Theme

A composition by Mike Oldfield taken from album 'Tres Lunas' released 2002.
Mike Oldfield - Sirius
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shoorick



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a new album in retro style by Oleg Skripka:

http://www.krainamriy.com/publish.php?id=75

Серце у мене вразливе - My heart is impressible
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MHajduk



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Really good and "dense" instrumental arrangement. Smile


Interesting example of the Burmese pop:Wink
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Picnic wrote:
A composition by Mike Oldfield taken from album 'Tres Lunas' released 2002.
Mike Oldfield - Sirius
Very reflective, transcendental and spatial track. I suppose that this music piece could correspond well with your recommendation:Wink
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shoorick wrote:
a new album in retro style by Oleg Skripka:

http://www.krainamriy.com/publish.php?id=75

Серце у мене вразливе - My heart is impressible
Hehe, man, that's real dixieland-style music! Smile They perfectly caught the climate of the 20's and 30's (we can hear there Charleston, tango and rumba, IMO). Very good. Very Happy
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MHajduk



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Here you have my music answer: a soundtrack to the Polish criminal comedy "Vabank" (1981):Very Happy
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yes, i do remember this film, i like it very much Smile thanks for track!
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Picnic



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MHajduk wrote:
I suppose that this music piece could correspond well with your recommendation:Wink

Very nice video MHajduk. Following your link i got stuck on youtube and watch similar space videos for about an hour, i especially liked this one, some nice background music.
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I always think that I'm talented. After watching this video, I no longer think so. Embarassed (Watch also Part II of the video.)

Here is another energetic song for those living in sub-zero environment:

Kara - Wanna

Razz
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MHajduk wrote:
Flight through the Virgo Cluster
Beautiful. Reminds me of Contact, one of my favourite movies of all time. Here you have a clip of that movie:

Contact - Introduction - Zoom Out

Razz
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MHajduk



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YONG wrote:
I always think that I'm talented.
How many times I have to tell you that you are talented? What a nasty boy! You should be slapped in your a**! Wink Embarassed
YONG wrote:
After watching this video, I no longer think so. Embarassed (Watch also Part II of the video.)
I would like to see such performances also in Polish edition of the "Got Talent" show, because it's simply improbable! We can see mostly singers and dancers - such kind of the real-time art is very rare. Wink
YONG wrote:
Here is another energetic song for those living in sub-zero environment:

Kara - Wanna
Hehe, yeah this MV has a strong warming features, indeed. Rolling Eyes Wink
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MHajduk wrote:
What a nasty boy! You should be slapped in your a**!
Don't call me "boy". I'm a bit older than you! Twisted Evil Wink
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YONG wrote:
Beautiful. Reminds me of Contact, one of my favourite movies of all time. Here you have a clip of that movie:

Contact - Introduction - Zoom Out
Jodie Foster became my favorite American actress exactly after I watched this movie. I was impressed by her play, especially I was moved by her "spiritual" mimic. Smile
YONG wrote:
Don't call me "boy". I'm a bit older than you! Twisted Evil Wink
Oops... Embarassed seems that I completely forgot about it - you have so YOuNG soul... Wink
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MHajduk



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I found this song just yesterday and hope you may like it as much as I did Wink :
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YONG



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MHajduk wrote:
Zaw Paing - Myat Yay So Ngo Lite Tine
Nice melody. Very Happy

G.E.M. 鄧紫棋 - Although I Need You

Wink
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Gloria Tang's voice reminds me in some moments Anna Maria Jopek's one (I recommended here some of her songs already). I like your music suggestion because of superb vocalization and very dramatic interpretation, not to mention about beautiful singer. Very Happy
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