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Borsuc



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Loser wrote:
Try this. Wink
Thanks but I don't have iTunes Sad

(can you upload it somewhere (mediafire or rapidshare) or send it to my email (octarone (at) yahoo)...

I guess you might consider it illegal but I don't care I'm not particularly swimming in money

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Post 15 Oct 2008, 11:03
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Loser



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Borsuc wrote:
can you upload it somewhere ...
Sorry, I can't. I don't have that song. Sad

Can you just record that song from the link I provided earlier? If you can listen to it (and the quality is quite good, I guess), you must be able to record it. Rolling Eyes
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YouTube quality sucks IMO Razz

well then at least what's the name of it in english, I think I might be able to find it Wink

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I was not talking about the YouTube link; I was talking about this link. The quality of the song is quite good, indeed.

Singer/Songwriter: Itsuwa Mayumi (五輪真弓)
Song: Koibitoyo (恋人よ)

Have a nice day. Wink
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Thanks a lot Very Happy

EDIT: Ok it wasn't easy to find so I uploaded it for you guys:

Mayumi Itsuwa - Koibitoyo Wink

and a really good song from Vangelis:

Vangelis - Monastery

Oh and this song is really epic:

Transformers - Optimus (from the movie Transformers, not a composer called Transformers hehe)

Smile
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Borsuc
From the compositions proposed by you I liked especially "Lovers" from "House of Flying Daggers" and "Battle Adagio" from "Rambo 4". These are really great pieces of classical music, especially the second one, really impressive. Very Happy

Loser
Semi-oldies means "songs from the 80's and 90's", right? Wink I liked the last two Smile
Loser wrote:
太極 - 留住我吧
http://hk.youtube.com/watch?v=x_bDf8Z4DMI
(The melody is perfect!)

優客李林 - 認錯
http://hk.youtube.com/watch?v=PlMp798woBc
(Don't miss the last part of this song, which is the best part!)
Singer from the last one has a very interesting timbre of voice (strong and soft at the same time). Smile
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Oldies & semi-oldies just keep coming ...


齊豫 - 橄欖樹
http://hk.youtube.com/watch?v=HrjQmZ8t8nQ

Don't ask from where I have come
My home is far, far away
Why do you wander so far
Wander so far, wander so far
For the little bird flying in the sky
For the blue brook running in the mountain
For the broad meadow green and wide
I wander, wander so far
Then, is there more?
Yes, for the Olive tree of my dream
Don't ask from where I have come
My home is far, far away
Why do you wander?
Why do you wander so far?
Far, far away
For the Olive tree of my dream
Don't ask from where I have come
My home is far, far away
Why do you wander so far
Wander so far, wander so far


梅艷芳 (Anita Mui) - 似水流年 (Life Written In Water)
http://hk.youtube.com/watch?v=53zwn9WDoOs


Enjoy! Wink
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MHajduk



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Loser, by the words of the song, wrote:
Don't ask from where I have come
I won't, I solemnly promise. Wink
Loser wrote:
齊豫 - 橄欖樹
http://hk.youtube.com/watch?v=HrjQmZ8t8nQ
This song, "Olive" by Qi Yu (Chyi Yu) reminds me some ballads sang by Joan Baez (for example "Blowing in the wind", here performed by Kate Melua: Katie Melua - Blowing in the wind). I'm going to add the "Olive" to my own playlist as I did with the "Forbidden love" of Tat Ming Pair.

The background of this song
Loser wrote:
梅艷芳 (Anita Mui) - 似水流年 (Life Written In Water)
http://hk.youtube.com/watch?v=53zwn9WDoOs
reminds me slightly Johann Pachelbel's Canon in D major Exclamation Anita Mui had very beautiful low voice similar to the voice of Marlene Dietrich (Marlene Dietrich - Where Have All the Flowers Gone?).

I've looked for some other songs performed by Qi Yu and I've found this: Qi Yu - All souls night (sang previously by Canadian artist Loreena McKennitt - All Souls Night). Funny, but I could swear that in the background of the Qi Yu version I've heard some analogies to the Maurice Ravel's "Bolero". Smile

shoorick
Excellent guitar play, interesting voice. Lili Ivanova, Bulgarian singer, which looks like Barbra Streisand, sings in Spanish... Smile
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Loser



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shoorick wrote:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8wPrqXgs83g
The guitar & violin play is simply awesome! Love it! Razz

MHajduk wrote:
I won't (ask from where Loser has come), I solemnly promise.
Funny, I guess you already knew! Wink

MHajduk wrote:
... for example "Blowing in the wind", here performed by Kate Melua ...
A modern interpretation of a classic ... clearly indicates your excellent taste! Wink
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Good evening, Loser! Smile

I suppose that this beautiful allegorical clip full of spatial, colorful scenes according to the interesting melody will bring you nice dreams. Wink Instrumental music work from Kazakhstan performed by artist with very poetical name ("Aigul" as far I know means "Moonflower"):
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That instrument is like a crossover between guitar and pipa. Aigul's play is, of course, a masterpiece! Very Happy
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I think that Aigul plays dutar, traditional two-stringed lute from Central Asia. Here, in this clip filmed partly on the Kashgar market, you can see many dutars with various dimensions:

Here is the photo of dutar (source: http://www.cs.pitt.edu/~mehmud/gallery/music_dance/index.htm)

Image
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MHajduk wrote:
I think that Aigul plays dutar, traditional two-stringed lute from Central Asia.
Wow, you're very knowledgeable! Shocked

MHajduk wrote:
Here, in this clip filmed partly on the Kashgar market, you can see many dutars with various dimensions:
Hehe, the girls are beautiful ... Wink

EDIT: This is my 100th post ... Razz which means that I can't post any more ... Crying or Very sad Twisted Evil
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Good Morning,

Some more tunes mostly instrumental electronic music from various artists, stuff i like.
Enjoy!

En Voice - Hall of Dreams
Giorgio Moroder - The Chase
Giorgio Moroder - Theme from Midnight Express
Moby - Everloving
Moby - My Weakness
Daft Pank - Veridis Quo
BT - The Antikythera Mechanism
Marconi Union - Sleepless
FSOL - Papua New Guinea
David Arkenstone - Magic Forest
Trentemoller - Miss You
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Loser wrote:
MHajduk wrote:
Here, in this clip filmed partly on the Kashgar market, you can see many dutars with various dimensions:
Hehe, the girls are beautiful ... Wink
I agree, they are beautiful singers and dancers. Very Happy
Loser wrote:
EDIT: This is my 100th post ... Razz which means that I can't post any more ... Crying or Very sad Twisted Evil
I have to officially protest. Sad You can't leave us just like that! Who else knows better Mandopop or Cantopop music than you? Very Happy It's not fair IMHO... Wink

Hi thimis! Smile

From your today's propositions I liked especially Giorgio Moroder's "The Chase", Moby's "My Weakness" (melody like from a dream) and Daft Punk's "Veridis Quo". In the last song ("Veridis Quo") I liked organ melodic line. Smile
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Hi MHajduk,

I first heard Moby's 'My weakness' on X-Files and immediately got hooked by this haunted song.
Lyrics goes like this..

Ooh...
This is my weakness.
ooh I go home, home with him.
This is my weakness.
ooh I go home, home with him.
This is my weakness
ooh I go home, home with him.
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Good Good Wink
we need to do a sort of fasm mp3 compilation with all these songs Razz

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Hi, thimis! Smile

I think that Moby's "My Weakness" is so haunted and simply "paralyzing" for the listener, because it is something between medieval, Gregorian chant and ancient music. Its power comes from the fact that this song moves deepest layers of the soul and finds straight way to subconsciousness.

Similar emotions evokes this anthem, dedicated to memory of the Celtic queen Boadicea, which was a leader of the uprising against the Roman Empire:An example of the Gregorian chant:Such spiritual songs exist of course also in other, non-Christian cultures. Here is a very beautiful song of the Malaysian group Raihan:
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thimis wrote:
Trentemoller - Miss You
I love it! It's a perfect background music! Razz

MHajduk wrote:
Similar emotions evokes this anthem, dedicated to memory of the Celtic queen Boadicea, which was a leader of the uprising against the Roman Empire: Enya - Boadicea
I like the mood! Very cool! Razz


Here are two beautiful songs. (Hope that your browser supports the plugins.)

浮世繪 - 月滿繁星夜‏
http://www.1ting.com/player/e2/player_71717.html

達明一派 - 愛在瘟疫蔓延時‏
http://www.st020.cn/play/37754.htm


Enjoy! Wink
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