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Tyler



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The Styx:
Come Sail Away - Turn up the volume, it's quiet.
Renegade - Leave the volume up.

Too many of the [music] videos on Youtube are too focused on visual while completely ignoring audio.


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Post 20 Jul 2010, 14:28
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MHajduk



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3200th wrote:
This is the English version of the theme song of a Japanese cartoon. Not sure whether you guys like it or not. Smile

Alluring Secret - Black Vow
Very Happy Well, Asians will probably never stop amazing me - even cartoons there are completely different from "ours". Wink
Tyler wrote:
The Styx:
Come Sail Away - Turn up the volume, it's quiet.
Renegade - Leave the volume up.
I like the beginning of the first song. The second one seems to be characteristic for the "golden age" of rock, i.e. 70's in this particular case. Wink



This song really cheers me up:
and reminds of the title song of the comedy "Le Cerveau/The Brain" with Jean-Paul Belmondo, Bourvil and David Niven:Image
Post 20 Jul 2010, 19:46
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Tyler wrote:

The Styx:
Come Sail Away - Turn up the volume, it's quiet.
Renegade - Leave the volume up.

Nice recommendations, i like good old Styx.

MHajduk wrote:
This song really cheers me up:
Joanna Wang - Nobody's A Nun

Sounds very pleasant and fresh. Reminds me a little bit old Grease song Tell me more



A disco track from the '70
Chic - Good Times (1979)

Oceanlab is a vocal trance group formed in London, England, in 2000. Piano, voice and a deep bassline.
OceanLab - Breaking Ties (Flow Mix) (2008)

German-born guitarist Parijat relaxing music features guitar, keyboards, and percussion.
Parijat - Most Beautiful Splendor (2004) (Track No.7)
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You guys seem to have endless recommendations of beautiful songs. Gosh, this is amazing. Surprised

Since this is a programming forum, I believe it would be fantastic to recommend songs written/sung by gorgeous female singers who happen to have an angelic voice and a degree in IT/Computer Science. What are the odds? Wink

Here is one such gifted singer-songwriter: Vienna Teng.

Lullaby for a stormy night

Green Island Serenade

Let me dedicate these songs to those who have a new-born baby and those who like asian music. Razz
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Picnic wrote:
MHajduk wrote:
This song really cheers me up:
Joanna Wang - Nobody's A Nun

Sounds very pleasant and fresh. Reminds me a little bit old Grease song Tell me more
These songs are very similar, indeed. Good find, BTW. Wink
Picnic wrote:
OceanLab - Breaking Ties (Flow Mix) (2008)
Gloomy and sad but enchanting with its ethereal beauty. Wink
Post 23 Jul 2010, 15:18
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3200th wrote:
Here is one such gifted singer-songwriter: Vienna Teng.

Lullaby for a stormy night

Green Island Serenade
Both ballads are marvelous - in my opinion, every human child on this planet could like them. Razz The second one sounds quite like an Irish song with Chinese lyrics - lovely combination, isn't it? Image
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Tyler



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Some early AC/DC:
Jailbreak - I wonder if they thought they looked cool. Bon's wearing my sisters shirt.
That's the one thing I don't like about 70's/80's rock; they always look like idiots. Smile
Highway to Hell - With Bon Scott.
Later AC/DC:
Back in Black - The song to commemorate Bon's death. Not too somber though...
Rock and Roll Ain't Noise Pollution - Nothin' ta say 'bout this'n.
Post 23 Jul 2010, 16:12
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Something in a completely different style - nice and joyful songs from Egypt:Image
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sleepsleep
my recomendation,,, let us back to mandarin oldies,,,

凤飞飞
her wikipedia (mandarin)

http://zh.wikipedia.org/zh-tw/%E9%B3%B3%E9%A3%9B%E9%A3%9B

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L00w7e-kEpM

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mP7F1ztgAGQ

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-ypv9PUQ_0w

hopefully cheers u guys out there.
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Very nice tracks. Very Happy I had a good time listening to them (especially the second song - Xie Cai Yun [Michelle Hsieh] seems to have voice very similar to Teresa Teng's one). Wink
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Most probably this heart-touching and catchy song is well known to all our Chinese-speaking colleagues, but IMO is worth recommending here anyway:(cover of the "Everytime" by Britney Spears)Wink
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Almost everyday I discover for myself (especially in music domain) something what amazes me... One of my last findings - two songs by a Russian/Ukrainian ensemble Инь Ян (Yin Yang):Very Happy
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"Shanghai Rhapsody" written especially for Expo 2010 in Shanghai by Polish composer Piotr Rubik presents how easily various music motives can be merged in a one indivisible, harmonious instrumental composition. Smile
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Brian May's The Last Horizon

After more than 40 years, the legendary Red Special is still roaring...

Very Happy
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Aside from AC/DC 'Back in Black' album, one of my most played records ever, i haven't listen to above recommendations, but i will later today.


A beautiful song by Eurythmics (Annie Lennox & Dave Stewart), a well known British musical duo formed in 1980.

Eurythmics - Don't ask me why
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Picnic wrote:
Eurythmics - Don't ask me why
Not exactly my style Wink.

Kansas:
Carry On Wayward Son - SO MANY MULLETS!
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Tyler wrote:
Picnic wrote:
Eurythmics - Don't ask me why
Not exactly my style Wink.

He he, i respect that, at the opposite mine completely.


I clicked all muic links on this page, such different genres and styles, it was really a pleasure.


A song by Papercut an artist from Athens, mixing an old Greek song by Belinta Kaith (1923-1978) a good work i think.

Papercut - Mes'ta synefa (means: inside clouds)

It says something like: fota poy mes'ta synefa glistraei to fegari.. lights within the clouds the moon glides..
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Yeah, Brian May is undoubtedly a one of the guitar masters of our times. Smile
Tyler wrote:
Kansas:
Carry On Wayward Son
I like it. A big dose of the rousing rhythm and a little bit of sentimentalism. Wink
Picnic wrote:
A song by Papercut an artist from Athens, mixing an old Greek song by Belinta Kaith (1923-1978) a good work i think.

Papercut - Mes'ta synefa (means: inside clouds)
Wow, man, it's really hard to describe all my emotions which "flow through" me during the listening to this improbably spirited song! Smile


A few catchy songs by Edona Llalloshi, Kosovar singer (born in Pristina):Very Happy
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Excellent and soothing voice of Juliana Kanyomozi, Ugandan female singer, makes all her songs unique, I would say, even somehow uplifting. Believe me, it's something really worth listening!Image
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MHajduk wrote:
Believe me, it's something really worth listening!
Trust you? Rolling Eyes I don't think so! Laughing

Alright, I believe you now! This song is definitely a godsend: what an angelic voice! Wink
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