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Here are 2 sexy instrumental tracks from the '70, hope you enjoy. Cool


Kool & the Gang - Summer Madness (1974 Light of Worlds)

Bill Conti - Reflections (1976 Rocky OST)
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Picnic wrote:
Kool & the Gang - Summer Madness (1974 Light of Worlds)
Absolutely timeless track - you have a feeling it was recorded just yesterday. Wink Sounds definitely the best when I listen to it on my headphones (I can hear perfectly all those sound "tides" from one side to another Wink). Image
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What a soul-reaching music piece! Razz After the recent natural disasters around the globe, music like this is bitterly reflective to all of us. Wink
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Picnic wrote:
Here are 2 sexy instrumental tracks from the '70, hope you enjoy. Cool


Kool & the Gang - Summer Madness (1974 Light of Worlds)

Bill Conti - Reflections (1976 Rocky OST)
Nice songs, but not my type. Wink
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After years of training in this thread, I am beginning to fall in love with a couple of music genres only found in certain hidden corners of the world. Here is an example:

Ibrahim TatL ses -TurLu TurLu
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fwfyokBHXkM

Wink
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Dorean - To the children (:
http://youtu.be/1GYy9QOdSA0
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A music piece dedicated to the Fukushima Fifty:

Last Samurai - Soundtrack
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JnEQBABBeNo

Salute!
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Overflowz wrote:
Dorean - To the children (:
http://youtu.be/1GYy9QOdSA0
Wow, what a soothing yet sentimental music piece! One of the best of the recent suggestions! Wink
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YONG wrote:
After years of training in this thread, I am beginning to fall in love with a couple of music genres only found in certain hidden corners of the world. Here is an example:

Ibrahim TatL ses -TurLu TurLu
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fwfyokBHXkM
Traditional way of vocalization and remarkable accompaniment on oud makes this song unforgettable, indeed. Smile
Overflowz wrote:
Dorean - To the children (:
http://youtu.be/1GYy9QOdSA0
This repetitive motif of the four notes makes it similar to some The Beatles' songs as well as (forgive me for this strange comparison) to the Bach's fugue, where we can hear some kind of Bach's music signature (after the "B-A-C-H" theme this never finished composition ends abruptly). Wink
YONG wrote:
A music piece dedicated to the Fukushima Fifty:

Last Samurai - Soundtrack
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JnEQBABBeNo
"The Last Samurai" is the movie I like very much. The great soundtrack you've presented reminds me of this trailer made for the Indian movie based on the ancient epic "Mahabharata" that under the outermost historical layer hides the philosophical allegory of the battle between the forces of good and evil:
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Some excellent tracks above Smile

MHajduk wrote:
Picnic wrote:
Kool & the Gang - Summer Madness (1974 Light of Worlds)
Absolutely timeless track - you have a feeling it was recorded just yesterday. Wink Sounds definitely the best when I listen to it on my headphones (I can hear perfectly all those sound "tides" from one side to another Wink). Image


I have the same feeling MHajduk often in music.
An inspired moment in time, what never cease to amaze me is that in music, the most divine and spiritual of the arts, there are plenty of such moments, it's a cosmic thing... Smile


L'amour est bleu First performed in French by Greek singer Vicky Leandros (appearing as Vicky) as the Luxembourgian entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1967,composed by André Popp, and lyrics written by Pierre Cour
In late 1967, Paul Mauriat conducted an orchestral "easy listening" version that was a number-one hit in the USA, the one below.

A Time for Us Theme from the movie Romeo and Juliet, which starred Leonard Whiting and Olivia Hussey.

Enjoy.


Paul Mauriat - L'amour est bleu (Love is blue) (1967)

Henry Mancini - A Time for Us (1969) (Original Music by Nino Rota)
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YONG
Song, which my lover gave me. She's not with me again for some reasons.. But this song makes me really bad.. Cause it remembers me her... ))
MHajduk
Sorry, I don't know enough English to understand what you mean )) But anyway, this song is just strange memories in my mind.
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Picnic wrote:
L'amour est bleu First performed in French by Greek singer Vicky Leandros (appearing as Vicky) as the Luxembourgian entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1967,composed by André Popp, and lyrics written by Pierre Cour
In late 1967, Paul Mauriat conducted an orchestral "easy listening" version that was a number-one hit in the USA, the one below.

(...)

Paul Mauriat - L'amour est bleu (Love is blue) (1967)
Hey, Picnic, tell me, please, what an angel has inspired you today to post this song? Wink Smile I know this melody very well from my childhood but I didn't know who sang it... thanks for reminding me this awesome music theme. Very Happy

BTW, I've searched for other language versions and found this, Japanese one:I think it's really sweet. Wink


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Overflowz wrote:
MHajduk
Sorry, I don't know enough English to understand what you mean )) But anyway, this song is just strange memories in my mind.
Don't worry it was nothing bad. Wink Only some music digressions based on the free associations. Wink

About two months ago I found this Georgian song and since that time I've listened to it many times:
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MHajduk
Hehe, I guess that. Smile and yep, we have very different music style hehe )) it's like our cultury musics. We have also 2-3 different languages and on lazish oropa means "love" Smile
Check this out too. Georgian song called "Iavnana". I can't translate it on English cause that word is not exists in any language except Georgian. Smile
P.S It's from Eurovision 2009
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OlRy8icVCiQ
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Overflowz wrote:
Check this out too. Georgian song called "Iavnana". I can't translate it on English cause that word is not exists in any language except Georgian. Smile
P.S It's from Eurovision 2009
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OlRy8icVCiQ
Yeah, the influence of traditional music is easily noticeable here. Very nice song performed by the pretty lady. Smile
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YONG



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Picnic wrote:
Paul Mauriat - L'amour est bleu (Love is blue) (1967)
Wow! What a sensational classic! Razz

Picnic wrote:
Henry Mancini - A Time for Us (1969) (Original Music by Nino Rota)
This timeless song has been recommended quite a number of times in this thread! Wink
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MHajduk wrote:
About two months ago I found this Georgian song and since that time I've listened to it many times:
Nice song, but not my type. Wink
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Something melodious:

English version of a Chinese semi-classic:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WbQj30GIhuc


Something positive:

在晴朗的天空下 ("Under the Guidance of a Great Man Named Nicolas" by "A Lost Soul")
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wEjqkHFaLPc


Wink
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By the way, I sincerely hope that the love boat of a long-time member will finally land in Marriage Habour.

A funny "incident" happens midway through the MV of the following song:

CHAGE & ASKA - SAY YES
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LwT5hxUc3wA

Wink
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YONG wrote:
Something melodious:

English version of a Chinese semi-classic:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WbQj30GIhuc


Something positive:

在晴朗的天空下 ("Under the Guidance of a Great Man Named Nicolas" by "A Lost Soul")
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wEjqkHFaLPc
These two are stunningly attractive to me. The first of them is a one of the best recommendations I've heard here - I just can't stop listen to it. Smile
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