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YONG



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MHajduk wrote:
Here you have something what somehow corresponds to the style of your recommendation, a beautiful song from Buryatia:Wink
Nice song. Smile

MHajduk wrote:
Traditional Irish Blessing
This piece is a bit short, yet very very touching. The best of your suggestions.

MHajduk wrote:
Askar Huilang - Blessing
Thanks for the blessing. Something similar and melodious:

葉蒨文 - 祝福 (audio only)

Razz
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MHajduk



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YONG wrote:
Something similar and melodious:

葉蒨文 - 祝福 (audio only)
Hehe, serene and nice track, its specific climate brings me back memories of the late 80's when the movie "Tequila Sunrise" (with the one of my favorite actors, Mel Gibson) was shot. Here you have a soundtrack from this film:Very Happy
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YONG



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MHajduk wrote:
YONG wrote:
Something similar and melodious:

葉蒨文 - 祝福 (audio only)
Hehe, serene and nice track, its specific climate brings me back memories of the late 80's when the movie "Tequila Sunrise" (with the one of my favorite actors, Mel Gibson) was shot. Here you have a soundtrack from this film:Very Happy
Wow! That sexyphone play is really sexy! Wink
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YONG



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Here you have a beautiful saxophone play by a beautiful Japanese girl (Well, I mean musician):

小林香織 - Nothing gonna change my love for you

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MHajduk



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YONG wrote:
Here you have a beautiful saxophone play by a beautiful Japanese girl (Well, I mean musician):

小林香織 - Nothing gonna change my love for you
I have to confess that it was hard to me to concentrate only on the music because I was slightly distracted by all those amazing chiaroscuros moving on her naked shoulders... Wink But yes, she is a talented saxophonist and it was a good performance of the well known classic. Smile


I wonder, if you like this:Smile
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YONG



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Well, my friend, I know that you're still mad at me for that "Is she legal?" incident. I am sorry - I was just kidding then. There is really no need to recommend songs sung by some "extra-legal" female singers. Laughing Seriously, I think the song is catchy and I like it very much. Wink


Here you have a catchy Japanese rap song:

童子-T - もう一度 (featuring BENI)

Razz
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YONG wrote:
Here you have a catchy Japanese rap song:

童子-T - もう一度 (featuring BENI)
Yes, this is quite catchy. Smile I liked especially lyric background melody and female vocal. Wink

Something related:Wink
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YONG



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Nice background theme. Smile

Here you have a live performance of the theme music of a HK movie:

Flute Solo

Wink
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MHajduk



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YONG wrote:
Here you have a live performance of the theme music of a HK movie:

Flute Solo
Quite pleasant and tranquilizing tune. Wink I suppose that you perfectly know the music piece I wish to present here but, nevertheless, I think it's worth to be mentioned:Wink
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shoorick wrote:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ceUEusI0-NU
Well, in my opinion, Taijiquan would be more safe for the pregnant woman (and especially for her baby) than nunchaku juggling. Wink
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shoorick wrote:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ceUEusI0-NU
shoorick, are you a father again? Rolling Eyes Wink

MHajduk wrote:
Vangelis - Hymne (Flute de Pan)
Soothing and peaceful. Good taste. Wink
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YONG



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Time to re-visit some old twisted music:

黃耀明 - 你沒有好結果

Wink
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MHajduk



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YONG wrote:
Time to re-visit some old twisted music:

黃耀明 - 你沒有好結果

Wink
I fully understand now why do you like Janusz Radek's "Kiedy umrę kochanie" so much. Wink Both songs are very similar in music style, both are performed by outstanding artists who are entirely engaged in their "task", they put all their emotions in these music pieces. Smile

Title of the Anthony Wong's song is quite intriguing here. I bet that he could sing about some "bearish" years on the HK stock market. Wink Razz
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YONG



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Thanks! I guess Janusz Radek will always be my favourite Polish singer. Very interesting duet indeed. Razz

Something very melodious:

王傑 - 為了愛夢一生

Wink
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MHajduk



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Excellent MV! Not only because of the superb voice of the singer but also thanks to the awesome graphics inside made in the manner called hyperrealism (I mean here especially the models not the surrounding fabulous space). Smile We can see there paintings very similar to the illustrations created by Howard David Johnson, very interesting indeed. Smile


I suppose that you may enjoy these two soothing and positively loaded songs by the legend of the Polish pop music, Jerzy Połomski:Very Happy
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A Japanese classic:

谷村新司 - 昴

Cool
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MHajduk wrote:
I suppose that you may enjoy these two soothing and positively loaded songs by the legend of the Polish pop music, Jerzy Połomski:Very Happy
The first one is like an evening song to me. The second one gives me a "James Bond" feel - kind of weird, I know! But its instrumental arrangement is kind of like the following song:

The world is not enough

Wink
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YONG wrote:
A Japanese classic:

谷村新司 - 昴
Song about Pleiades (Subaru) is a probably the best Japanese music piece I've heard the last time! Truly impressive, deep and enchanting voice. Smile Hehe, interesting variation on the well known classic theme. Red-haired "agent" reminds me scenes from the "Nikita" movie. Here one of the music tracks from the Luc Besson's film:Wink
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