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MHajduk



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YONG wrote:
Here you have another energetic dancing pop:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4aCRB4A4rEI
PeTeK DiNÇöZ - Yalanı Boşver
Yeah, a catchy Turkish song performed by a well-shaped songstress. Wink


Today I'd like to present here two music themes composed by Eduard Artemyev, an author of the soundtrack to the another mysterious Tarkovsky movie, "Stalker". If you watch it nowadays, after the Chernobyl disaster, you have a feeling that this film sounds almost like a horrible prophecy although it was recorded seven years before that nuclear accident. Cheers! Smile
Post 17 Jan 2011, 12:20
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YONG



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MHajduk wrote:
Eduard Artemyev - "Stalker" music theme
Excellent movie theme music. Absolutely fantastic! Razz

MHajduk wrote:
... another mysterious Tarkovsky movie, "Stalker".
I am a bit surprised by your recommendation of such a dark movie. You are supposed to present cheerful, energetic and up-tempo music pieces! Laughing The sad, sentimental and slow ones are my area of expertise! Wink

MHajduk wrote:
If you watch it nowadays, after the Chernobyl disaster, you have a feeling that this film sounds almost like a horrible prophecy although it was recorded seven years before that nuclear accident.
Speaking of prophecies, I would like to present a shockingly horrible one here. First, take a look at the following web pages:

http://www.8comic.com/love/drawing-2120.html?ch=21-24
http://www.8comic.com/love/drawing-2120.html?ch=21-25
http://www.8comic.com/love/drawing-2120.html?ch=21-26

These pages were part of an episode of a popular HK comic book series written in the period from around 1995 to 1997. The book series was such a big hit that its translated versions were later sold in southeast Asia countries, for example, Malaysia.

And then in 2001, the world suffered one of the most terrible terrorist attacks ever: 911.

Prophecy? Rolling Eyes

Realization? Rolling Eyes

I have no idea.
Post 18 Jan 2011, 05:21
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YONG



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Today I'd like to present a soul-stirring cover of a sad yet touching classic:

The Choir Boys - Tears in Heaven
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jRWMvj-oimk

Enjoy! Wink
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MHajduk



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YONG wrote:
Speaking of prophecies, I would like to present a shockingly horrible one here. First, take a look at the following web pages:

http://www.8comic.com/love/drawing-2120.html?ch=21-24
http://www.8comic.com/love/drawing-2120.html?ch=21-25
http://www.8comic.com/love/drawing-2120.html?ch=21-26

These pages were part of an episode of a popular HK comic book series written in the period from around 1995 to 1997. The book series was such a big hit that its translated versions were later sold in southeast Asia countries, for example, Malaysia.

And then in 2001, the world suffered one of the most terrible terrorist attacks ever: 911.

Prophecy? Rolling Eyes

Realization? Rolling Eyes

I have no idea.
It's hard to compare Chernobyl disaster to the 9/11 because the first catastrophe was an accident caused by unauthorized systems test while the second one was a planned act of terrorism. Moreover, I can't imagine how the Tarkovsky's movie could be an inspiration for the nuclear plant testing. Talking about "Stalker" I meant the scenes with the ruined and abandoned city which looks like a ghost town Pripyat, say, 20 years after the disaster.

The 9/11 catastrophe changed my vision of the world. Things became far more complicated than I thought before. I didn't understand what was going on exactly and that caused fear...

It's the well known fact that the best way to overcome your fear is through knowledge. I realized that some countries and nations due to their history may be the perfect "guide" in this matter. Hence my interest in Uzbek culture and nation becomes more understandable, I hope - they seem to be hospitable people with an acceptable sense of humor (not to mention physical attractiveness of their women, of course Wink ).
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MHajduk



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YONG wrote:
Today I'd like to present a soul-stirring cover of a sad yet touching classic:

The Choir Boys - Tears in Heaven
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jRWMvj-oimk
Voices of the singers sound perfectly in those moody old interiors. Wink
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An aetheric and calming song from the Ganges-Brahmaputra River Delta:Enjoy! Wink
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MHajduk wrote:
An aetheric and calming song from the Ganges-Brahmaputra River Delta:
The songstress's voice is a bit too high for me, I am afraid. But the song is fine. Wink
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Here you have a fresh Hindi song:

pyar tujhe hai humse ya

Enjoy! Wink
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MHajduk



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YONG wrote:
Here you have a fresh Hindi song:

pyar tujhe hai humse ya
Very nice song, every time I listen to this track I have a feeling that the singer has a smile on his face when he performs it (although I don't see him there). Wink


In my humble opinion, the song presented below corresponds to your music recommendation, to some extent: WinkCheers! Very Happy
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YONG



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MHajduk wrote:
In my humble opinion, the song presented below corresponds to your music recommendation, to some extent: Wink
Very catchy introduction. The style is very much like that of HK Chinese music in the 50s and 60s. Wink
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Here you have a recent cover of a classic that I like very much:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iGfC3WwohmA
Gurkan Kan - Diss iS Gurbet

Enjoy! Razz
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YONG wrote:
Here you have a recent cover of a classic that I like very much:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iGfC3WwohmA
Gurkan Kan - Diss iS Gurbet
Yeah, that's a good cover of the famous Coolio's "Gangsta's Paradise". Smile


As far as I remember, you like the voice of this songster:Cheers! Very Happy
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DJ Mauretto



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MHajduk wrote:


Yeah, that's a good cover of the famous Coolio's Gangsta's Paradise


Did you mean Stevie Wonder "Past time Paradise"
Wink

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DJ Mauretto wrote:
MHajduk wrote:


Yeah, that's a good cover of the famous Coolio's Gangsta's Paradise


Did you mean Stevie Wonder "Past time Paradise"
Wink
Hehe, yeah, you're right. Smile I haven't realized that Coolio's song was inspired by the older, Stevie Wonder's one. Thank you. Smile
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MHajduk wrote:
As far as I remember, you like the voice of this songster:
Wow! I seldom use these two words to describe a male voice but the singer's vocal is just 'gorgeous' and 'angelic'! The melody is not just catchy - it is addictive!

I seldom recommend songs like the one below:

Velvet Acid Christ - There is no god

Cheers! Razz
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Tyler



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DJ Mauretto wrote:
MHajduk wrote:


Yeah, that's a good cover of the famous Coolio's Gangsta's Paradise


Did you mean Stevie Wonder "Past time Paradise"
Wink
No, no!!! You're all wrong. The Amish predate them all by centuries. Razz

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JS8K5K4WV84
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YONG wrote:
I seldom recommend songs like the one below:

Velvet Acid Christ - There is no god
I can describe this MV with a one word: provocation. Wink Razz
Tyler wrote:
DJ Mauretto wrote:
MHajduk wrote:


Yeah, that's a good cover of the famous Coolio's Gangsta's Paradise


Did you mean Stevie Wonder "Past time Paradise"
Wink
No, no!!! You're all wrong. The Amish predate them all by centuries. Razz

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JS8K5K4WV84
Haha. Laughing To me, Al Yankovic's version sounds as good as Coolio's one. Smile
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I usually enjoy very much finding similarities between songs from the different countries and epochs. Here you can compare two dance hits, one Polish from the 1980 and other, recorded recently in sunny Uzbekistan. WinkEnjoy! Smile
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MHajduk wrote:
Ziyoda - Sevib qol
What an energetic dance hit! Cool! Razz
Post 22 Jan 2011, 07:05
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Today I'd like to present a Chinese classic:

林竹君 - 鱷魚淚 (Impossible Tears)

Enjoy! Wink
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