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YONG



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MHajduk wrote:
Lama Gyurme - Om mani padme hum
To me, these Buddhist music pieces are the slow & calm versions of your favourite Indian music. Smile

MHajduk wrote:
Sonam Pabyor & Kelsang Metok - So ya la nang la
I almost always laugh whenever I listen to songs with such kind of beat & rhythm. Smile


Something slow & melodious:

林子祥 - 舊居中的鋼琴

Wink
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YONG wrote:
MHajduk wrote:
Sonam Pabyor & Kelsang Metok - So ya la nang la
I almost always laugh whenever I listen to songs with such kind of beat & rhythm. Smile
Could you explain me what is so funny about such kind of songs (I'm just curious)? Wink
YONG wrote:
Something slow & melodious:

林子祥 - 舊居中的鋼琴:
Proper song for those who want to recall some sentimental memories of the past. Wink

Something especially for romantic and melancholic forumers, two beautiful songs by Polish singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Seweryn Krajewski:Very Happy
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MHajduk wrote:
Could you explain to me what is so funny in such kind of songs (I'm just curious)?
Yes. Whenever I listen to such songs, I can almost see you dancing in the MVs. And when your head moves sideways, I can't help myself but laugh ... Laughing
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MHajduk wrote:
Seweryn Krajewski - Uciekaj moje serce
Raw, slow and sentimental. You know my type, hehe! Smile
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YONG wrote:
MHajduk wrote:
Could you explain to me what is so funny in such kind of songs (I'm just curious)?
Yes. Whenever I listen to such songs, I can almost see you dancing in the MVs. And when your head moves sideways, I can't help myself but laugh ... Laughing
LOL Laughing you have a great imagination... but I'm afraid that my real dance style is quite different, hehe. Very Happy
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Some classics by Michael Kwan:

關正傑 - 緣
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=af1zrDXxkWA

關正傑 - 明日再明日
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7eXeqQeOn4A

關正傑 - 問君知否
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N0RJNlo1Kvw


Some classics by the renowned Japanese singer-songwriter 五輪真弓 (Mayumi Itsuwa):

合鍵
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9t8sBto1Fio

殘之火
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p0xNfXqKsbU


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_KWsD86CWyc

Smile
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Quite big set of melodious and sad Sad dance songs. I liked most two classics of above presented music suggestions. This one
YONG wrote:
關正傑 - 問君知否
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N0RJNlo1Kvw
sounds perfect and somehow familiar to me (I'm sure that I've listened to it already Wink). Second song from those performed by Mayumi Itsuwa is also wonderful. Very Happy

I'll try to post some of my music recommendations tomorrow. Wink
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A sweet soft ballad by Shelley Harland.

Shelley Harland - In the Dark

Shelley Harland - In the Dark (Tasos Panagis Chill Remix)

The is also a fantastic version of this song 'Amsterdamm varo del reay chill out mix' but very hard to find.
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YONG, maybe these Polish songs in the twist rhythm would improve your mood:
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Picnic wrote:
A sweet soft ballad by Shelley Harland.

Shelley Harland - In the Dark

Shelley Harland - In the Dark (Tasos Panagis Chill Remix)

The is also a fantastic version of this song 'Amsterdamm varo del reay chill out mix' but very hard to find.
Both versions, original and remixed are truly impressive. Smile Sweet and mild voice of the Shelley, perfectly corresponding to the lyrics full of tragic and grief, makes this ballad really touching to everyone who listens to it.
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MHajduk wrote:
YONG, maybe these Polish songs in the twist rhythm would improve your mood ...
Both songs give me a pleasant feel. Thanks. Smile

MHajduk wrote:
This one (關正傑 - 問君知否) sounds perfect and somehow familiar to me (I'm sure that I've listened to it already).
Well, I guess a sage already recommended the original version of this song earlier in this thread. Wink


Something wonderful by the same singer recommended by that sage:

齊豫 - 走在雨中

Razz
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Picnic wrote:
A sweet soft ballad by Shelley Harland.

Shelley Harland - In the Dark

Shelley Harland - In the Dark (Tasos Panagis Chill Remix)

The is also a fantastic version of this song 'Amsterdamm varo del reay chill out mix' but very hard to find.
The remix version seems much better! Very calm and relaxing. Smile
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YONG wrote:
MHajduk wrote:
This one (關正傑 - 問君知否) sounds perfect and somehow familiar to me (I'm sure that I've listened to it already).
Well, I guess a sage already recommended the original version of this song earlier in this thread. Wink
Yes, I thought exactly about this music piece. Wink
YONG wrote:
Something wonderful by the same singer recommended by that sage:

齊豫 - 走在雨中
I guess that you have a rainy day there, in HK? Wink As you probably know, 2010 is an International Chopin Year, so I guess your rainy, full of tears and gloomy song can be compared to this well known classic:Wink
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And now something what I remember from my early childhood, cheerful song from the Russian musical movie "D'Artagnan and Three Musketeers":Very Happy
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MHajduk wrote:
I guess that you have a rainy day there, in HK?
Well, my choice of music has nothing to do with my state of mind. Wink

MHajduk wrote:
As you probably know, 2010 is an International Chopin Year, ...
Frankly, I didn't know about that. Embarassed I only know that 2010 is the Year of the (endangered) Tiger. Wink

MHajduk wrote:
Михаил Боярский (Mikhail Boyarsky) - Песня мушкетеров (Song of the musketeers)
Another pleasant, cheerful song. Smile
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just woke up from a dream, i heard this during my dream, ...
i am trying to find a version of this song which without human voice.

Joy to the world
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y5iRUABBiko
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sleepsleep wrote:
i am trying to find a version of this song which without human voice. Joy to the world

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OYwhicY9ADQ

Wink
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Joy to the world
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y5iRUABBiko
Nice Christmas song. Wink


Something light, up-tempo and energetic - dance song from Turkmenistan:Smile
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thanks yong, i want to find a version that use the instrumental at the starting of the song joy to the world sang by david archuleta ?
but without his voice, whole song, i heard that in dream. hehehe.
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sleepsleep wrote:
thanks yong, i want to find a version that use the instrumental at the starting of the song joy to the world sang by david archuleta ?
but without his voice, whole song, i heard that in dream. hehehe.
So you're looking for the karaoke version of David Archuleta's song. That would be difficult to find - we don't even know whether or not it is available for sale. Wink

MHajduk wrote:
Berdi & B - Oyun etme
It's quite melodious and gives me a pleasant feel. Good choice! Razz
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