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LocoDelAssembly wrote:
Just for completion, not because it is any better, Argentine (but still in Japanese) version:

Alfredo Casero - Shima Uta

I think he played this song live at the closing of Korea/Japan FIFA world cup.
I didn't know the song was a big hit in Argentina. Embarassed Well, the instrumental passage in the middle of the song, as commented by MHajduk, is quite cool, IMHO. Razz Wink
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MHajduk wrote:
Limahl - The Neverending Story
That's a real classic! Wink
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YONG wrote:
Something random:

草蜢 - 世界会变得很美

Wink
Title of the song describes very good character of this calm and optimistic music composition. Wink


Something soothing and serene from Sri Lanka:Smile
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MHajduk wrote:
Something soothing and serene from Sri Lanka:Smile
You're right. This sublime song is peaceful and relaxing! Razz Wink
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Something soothing and serene:

Sam Hui - A Song For You

Wink
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YONG wrote:
Something soothing and serene:

Sam Hui - A Song For You

Wink
Hehe, this is lovely song, indeed. Sounds like a track from the 70's to me (at least here, in Poland, such kind of music was composed in those times). Wink I think that some of Polish songs performed by Irena Santor could be compared to your today's recommendation.


Here you can listen something with more contemporary arrangement:
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MHajduk wrote:
I had a big problem with translation of the title, but I think, I've "caught" the main sense of it. Wink
My friend, there is really no need to take it so seriously. If the title and/or the singer(s) of the song is/are unknown or unclear, just name it "You don't know me!". Wink

MHajduk wrote:
Irena Santor & Budka Suflera - Jak fart, to fart (Jak pech, to pech) [Bad luck comes, bad luck goes]
Even though the song is not my type, I think the musical arrangement is fresh and unique. Wink
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Here you have a theme music piece that is totally unknown to me:

My Name Is Khan

Wink
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YONG wrote:
Here you have a theme music piece that is totally unknown to me:

My Name Is Khan

Wink
Hehe, really thrilling track. Wink The main melodic motive repeats over and over again, with continuously increasing power of emotions.


I wish to present something tasty today: music video which shows generosity and, in the same time, simplicity of Uzbek cuisine. Everything "spiced" with an interesting music background Wink Enjoy! Razz
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This is a nice background music piece. Wink

Something very fresh:

Shakira - Gypsy

Wink
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YONG wrote:
This is a nice background music piece. Wink

Something very fresh:

Shakira - Gypsy

Wink
Yeah, Shakira as a half-Lebanese feels excellently the spirit of the Eastern music. Smile

Talking about Gypsies... some time ago I found this song performed by unknown singer (at least I can't find any information about him). This MV as many others Uyghur clips reminds me very much Gypsy songs. Here you have an example of such MV:Wink
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My friend, you probably already know my reaction to your suggestion: Laughing

Here you have a country music piece:

Sarah Buxton - Innocence

Wink
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YONG wrote:
Here you have a country music piece:

Sarah Buxton - Innocence
In some parts sounds like a one of "The Corrs" hits. Smile


Here you have a country music piece from another part of the world. Dance presented here really cheers me up when I'm watching this MV:Wink
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Your suggestion gives me a whole new perspective of the meaning of "country music", hehe ... Laughing Wink

Something classic:

Beyond - 光輝歲月

Wink
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YONG wrote:
Something classic:

Beyond - 光輝歲月
Melody of this "socially engaged" song is quite catchy, voice of the singer sounds very specific too. All those whistled passages present in your recommendation remind me characteristic motive from the song "Mi sueño mejor" by Los Kjarkas (I presented this song a few months ago in this thread). Smile


Here you have another heart moving song by this Bolivian group taken from the album under the title "El amor y la libertad" (1986):Wink
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I like the instrumental arrangement of this song. Besides, the melody sounds quite catchy. Good choice. Wink

Something to show my foul mood:

盧冠廷 - 但願人長久

Mad Wink
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Just in case I am not available tomorrow, I present here, in advance, another classic that I love:

The File of Justice (壹號皇庭) Full Opening Theme

Wink
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Just in case I am also unavailable the day after tomorrow, I present here, in advance, one more classic that I love:

關淑怡 - 人生可有知己

Wink
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All your today's recommendations are wonderful. Smile What is the most strange here at least the second and third ones sound quite familiar to me. Rolling Eyes
YONG wrote:
Something to show my foul mood:

盧冠廷 - 但願人長久
I don't know why but songs performed by Lowell Lo always are very characteristic to me. Maybe it's the matter of his voice or something else. Anyway, this is a beautiful track. Smile Hmm... I am almost sure that I've heard this unforgettable music motive many times and I hope that's not deja vu. Razz Wink I like the part from 1:35 to 2:00 most but, of course, whole song is unusually beautiful. Smile
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