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YONG



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Something you may like:

HOTCHA - 大場面

Wink
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MHajduk



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YONG wrote:
I like the second one, which is up-tempo, cheerful and energetic. Razz
Me too. Smile I thought you may rather like the first one because it's slow and not too much "joyful", but I was wrong, hehe. Wink
YONG wrote:
Something you may like:

HOTCHA - 大場面

Wink
Yes, I like it, mainly due to its unpretentious character which allows to forget about all everyday troubles and "washes out" all griefs. Wink



Today I wish to recommend a few examples of the Nancy Ajram's MVs. In my private opinion, Lebanese music sounds quite original and fresh to us, who are brought up in so-called "Western" culture. WinkEnjoy! Smile
Post 27 Mar 2010, 12:01
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YONG



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At first, I thought that this over-seven-minute song would be kind of boring - but I was wrong. It serves perfectly as a background music piece! Razz It is one of the best of your recent suggestions. Wink
Post 28 Mar 2010, 05:21
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Something very fresh:

You don't know me!

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Post 28 Mar 2010, 05:42
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YONG wrote:
At first, I thought that this over-seven-minute song would be kind of boring - but I was wrong. It serves perfectly as a background music piece! Razz It is one of the best of your recent suggestions. Wink
Hehe, I found something you've accepted at last. Wink Yes, this MV presents an interesting love story, not to mention about the background melody which is really pleasant. Wink
YONG wrote:
Something very fresh:

You don't know me!

Wink
Yeah, it's a kind of surprise to me. Wink Improbably "explosive" MV and up-tempo, energizing song. Only the language and vocalization may say something about origin of this song (everything else is characteristic for the mainstream music of our times). Smile
Post 28 Mar 2010, 14:36
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Something old but yet still rocking:Wink
Post 29 Mar 2010, 09:49
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MHajduk wrote:
Something old but yet still rocking:Wink
I like the live version. Excellent live performance indeed. Razz Wink
Post 29 Mar 2010, 09:58
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Another excellent live performance of a classic:

Billy Joel - Honesty

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Post 29 Mar 2010, 09:59
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YONG wrote:
Another excellent live performance of a classic:

Billy Joel - Honesty

Wink
Seems that I never heard this song, what a shame! Wink Razz Yeah, that's excellent mainly due to the singer's enchanting interpretation. I've just thought, how much it depends on the particular artist interpretation. The same song could be boring or evergreen depending on the amount of the performer's soul put into it. Wink
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Catchy and melodious rock song from Myanmar (Burma):Wink
Post 29 Mar 2010, 10:30
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MHajduk wrote:
Catchy and melodious rock song from Myanmar (Burma):Wink
Hehe ... the female singer is pretty ... and is my type!!! Razz Razz Razz Wink
Post 30 Mar 2010, 04:05
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Something very slow and melodious:

區瑞強 - 月亮神

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Post 30 Mar 2010, 04:06
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YONG wrote:
Something very slow and melodious:

區瑞強 - 月亮神

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Yeah, it's highly romantic song, mainly due to the unique voice of Albert Au. He can quickly pass through all sounds from quite low and "dark" to high and "bright". I'm simply amazed. Smile

BTW, we have Full Moon today, so this MV is a truly great music recommendation. Wink
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Although I know Tai Oratai since some time (I've presented her songs several times in this thread already), this one I've heard just yesterday and, I have to honestly admit, that I feel "addicted" to it now. Wink Here you have this improbable piece of Thai pop music:Wink
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MHajduk wrote:
Although I know Tai Oratai since some time (I've presented her songs several times in this thread already), this one I've heard just yesterday and, I have to honestly admit, that I feel "addicted" to it now. Wink Here you have this improbable piece of Thai pop music:Wink
Very catchy! I'm a bit surprised that you've got addicted to this song as it does not seem to be your type. Wink
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A live performance of a classic:

Elton John - Your Song

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BTW, since it is a full moon today, I'll give you a bonus:

張武孝 - 我的歌

Enjoy! Razz
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YONG wrote:
MHajduk wrote:
Although I know Tai Oratai since some time (I've presented her songs several times in this thread already), this one I've heard just yesterday and, I have to honestly admit, that I feel "addicted" to it now. Wink Here you have this improbable piece of Thai pop music:Wink
Very catchy! I'm a bit surprised that you've got addicted to this song as it does not seem to be your type. Wink
Yeah, I know... but, in fact, I've presented here in the past some songs I like which and may be considered not strictly "my type". Wink Well, maybe it also shows that my music preferences are evolving now in an interesting direction. Razz
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YONG wrote:
A live performance of a classic:

Elton John - Your Song
YONG wrote:
BTW, since it is a full moon today, I'll give you a bonus:

張武孝 - 我的歌
Both songs are wonderful, but the second one is most interesting to me for one simple reason: I've heard it today for the very first time. Wink


Hehe, here you have another "Moon-related" (catchy and certainly "my style" Wink ) song with a superb video clip made most probably as a Flash animation:Razz
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MHajduk wrote:
Hehe, here you have another "Moon-related" (catchy and certainly "my style" Wink ) song with a superb video clip made most probably as a Flash animation:Razz
Yeah, the MV is superb. The song is up-tempo and very energetic! Wink
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