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MHajduk



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YONG wrote:
Myslovitz - Us
"Myslovitz" is one of my favorite Polish rock bands. I posted some of their songs already in this thread (e.g. "Długość dźwięku samotności"). Smile This song is really heart touching, especially due to the lyric and mild Artur Rojek's unique voice. Wink


Here you have something from my present area of interest (in the music domain) - two good songs by Kazakh singer Dilnaz Akhmadieva, both sung in the Russian language:
Post 28 Jan 2010, 10:26
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YONG



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MHajduk wrote:
Vietnamese Girl in Ta Prohm Temple
This "giant tree roots" photo is simply awesome! You may be surprised to learn that such exposed giant tree roots are quite common here in HK. Let me see if I can show you some photos later. Wink

MHajduk wrote:
Дильназ Ахмадиева (Dilnaz Akhmadieva) - Не забывай (Don't forget)
Hehe, this song is very arousing, sexually! Wink
Post 29 Jan 2010, 02:35
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MHajduk



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YONG wrote:
This "giant tree roots" photo is simply awesome! You may be surprised to learn that such exposed giant tree roots are quite common here in HK.
Yes, you're right I'm surprised and never supposed that there in such huge metropolis as HK you can have similar trees! Seems that you know the secret of peaceful coexistence of human and nature. Wink
YONG wrote:
Let me see if I can show you some photos later. Wink
I'm waiting for it eagerly! Very Happy

Tree roots, a sea and love - all of these you can find in this song: WinkRazz
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MHajduk wrote:
I hope you forgive me this short historical and linguistic digression because I simply can't resist. Wink
Oh no, your historical references are always interesting and enlightening MHajduk.
I can't resist not to add one more link, a peaceful and lovely electronic song by Above & Beyond, a British trance music group - (CD Tri-State 2006)

Above & Beyond feat Hannah Thomas - Home
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MHajduk wrote:
Chay Vireakyuth - Nirk doch knea
Nice MV. Smile

Picnic wrote:
Above & Beyond feat Hannah Thomas - Home
Great video, great lyrics, great music! Smile
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MHajduk



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YONG wrote:
Picnic wrote:
Above & Beyond feat Hannah Thomas - Home
Great video, great lyrics, great music! Smile
I fully agree with YONG that this is a superb music proposition. Smile Sweet and lyric voice of the performer resembles Sarah Brightman's one, IMO.


Nowadays in Poland we have most snowy Winter at least since 20 years. Some people say that this Winter could be compared with 1978/79 and 1963 ones. I spend recently about 2 hours a day making "tunnels" around my house and I'm really fed up of it. Consequently, my thoughts fly away to the warmer places on Earth... Wink Probably this damned Winter will end some day but after it huge floods will come for sure...

Anyway, referring to the future Spring I wish to present here two catchy music themes based on the Uyghur folk (word "gulbagh" borrowed from the Persian language means "flower garden; garden, park"):
  • Gulbagh - interesting pop arrangement,

  • Gulbagh - instrumental version, beautiful dance
Very Happy
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Something in completely different style. Wink Two examples of the good rock songs: first from Cambodia, second from Indonesia. I hope you'll enjoy it. Smile
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YONG



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MHajduk wrote:
Nowadays in Poland we have most snowy Winter at least since 20 years. Some people say that this Winter could be compared with 1978/79 and 1963 ones. I spend recently about 2 hours a day making "tunnels" around my house and I'm really fed up of it. Consequently, my thoughts fly away to the warmer places on Earth... Wink Probably this damned Winter will end some day but after it huge floods will come for sure...
By now, we would have to admit that global warming is causing extreme weather all over the world! I mentioned earlier in this thread that here in HK we had only 10°C (for a couple of days) in November last year. Typically, mid Dec to end of Feb is the winter period here. Guess what: we're having 25°C right now! Confused Wink

BTW, I would say "fed up with" instead of "fed up of". Wink

MHajduk wrote:
Anyway, referring to the future Spring I wish to present here two catchy music themes based on the Uyghur folk (word "gulbagh" borrowed from the Persian language means "flower garden; garden, park"):
  • Gulbagh - interesting pop arrangement,

  • Gulbagh - instrumental version, beautiful dance
Very Happy
Hehe, your typical style! Smile
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MHajduk wrote:
Ungu - Sesungguhnya
Haha, the best of suggestions! Sentimental and catchy. Razz
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Something energetic: Mr. - 黑色狂迷


Something classic: Wei Lan - Goodbye


Something random: Snowy White - Birds of Paradise


Razz
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MHajduk



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YONG wrote:
BTW, I would say "fed up with" instead of "fed up of". Wink
Thank you, I have always problems with prepositions in English language. Verbs themselves don't seem to determine which prepositions should be used. Moreover, use of some of these "modifiers" most often changes completely the verb meaning. Wink
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YONG wrote:
Something energetic: Mr. - 黑色狂迷


Something classic: Wei Lan - Goodbye


Something random: Snowy White - Birds of Paradise
All of these music suggestions are equally good. It's hard to point out the best of them. Wink

The first song is performed in really dramatic style, I'm impressed. Smile

The second one has excellent instrumental background. Janice Wei Lan's vocal is also superb - she sings like a Whitney Houston in some parts of this music piece. Wink

"Birds of Paradise" reminds me very strongly (in its climate and even melody) another great hit:
Wink
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And now something in completely different style:Razz
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MHajduk wrote:
Dire Straits - Brothers in Arms
Yeah, this is another classic. Love it. Smile

MHajduk wrote:
Songs by Tsewang Lhamo
Both are quite similar. Their common style brings me to the following suggestion:

Batsın bu Dünya

Wink
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YONG wrote:
Batsın bu Dünya
Hehe, this track sounds like a Turkish incarnation of the famous Rammstein group. Wink Cool fusion of traditional lyric motives with an aggressive, "bitter" arrangement. Man, this piece of music changes my blood into a hot, liquid metal! Razz

Here you have two songs by Rammstein which somehow are musically related to your today's suggestion:Very Happy
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To me, the voice of the singer is too dark and too "artificial". But the melody of the first song is nice. Smile
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Talking about Turkish music - I've just recalled some songs which I heard for the first time about two years ago. Emre Altuğ is a talented Turkish singer and actor. Here you have a few examples of his songs:Image
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Lenin sent all to PiervoMay...
...
And him also went there...
...
And took a tree trunk
...
AND START TO DRAG!!!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qO735iJhD64

hystorical reference:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Subbotnik

Image

bonus:
- Illich! Will you go to subbotnik tomorrow?
- No... Somebody stole my pneumatic tree!!!
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MHajduk wrote:
Emre Altuğ - Bu kadar mi
I'm really surprised - I didn't think you were brave enough to post the link of such a sexually arousing MV ... hehe ... Laughing Nice melody again. Wink

shoorick wrote:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qO735iJhD64
Haha ... very funny! Reminds me of this movie. Wink
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shoorick & YONG

I have to admit that I've got lost completely in your last suggestions, haha... Rolling Eyes Wink Laughing
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