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YONG



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Picnic wrote:
3 classic tracks by Rainbow's first album (Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow 1975), music that gives me the chills since kid.

Rainbow - Catch The Rainbow
Rainbow - The Temple Of The King
Rainbow - Man on the silver mountain
I am a bit surprised! Razz These music pieces seem to belong to the "Pop Rock" genre; they are very different from your typical recommendations that are usually soothing, relaxing, peaceful, and sometimes mysterious. Wink
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YONG



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Today I would like to present something comfy for my music friends:

區瑞強 (Albert Au) - 少年夢 (Teenage Dream)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VQdiGrP8_d0

Cheers! Wink
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malpolud wrote:
I'd like to share one more music genre I love to listen: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o6QTuXaxU28&feature=related

This is one of Paco's most catchy pieces - a good one to introduce those who have never heard flamenco.
Sounds intriguing, melody flows like water in a stream - completely freely and unpredictably. Wink
Yardman wrote:
Not much with rap/hiphop, but this is the version
that I have heard over the last few years:

US3 - Cantaloop (Flip Fantasia)
Yes, I know this version very well, even better than earlier ones. Smile This theme was quite often aired on our radio some time ago.
YONG wrote:

Emilia - Big Big World
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IwBNY2xqSX8
Very nice and sweet tune, an example of songs that are never outdated. Wink
Picnic wrote:
Rainbow - The Temple Of The King
I like this track the most of the presented threesome - it's more dynamic than the first recommendation but not as much "hard" as the last one. Wink
YONG wrote:
Today I would like to present something comfy for my music friends:

區瑞強 (Albert Au) - 少年夢 (Teenage Dream)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VQdiGrP8_d0
The voice of the singer is truly outstanding there! Mild yet strong enough to "pass through" all those melodic line "meanders". Wink
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MHajduk



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Today I'd like to present two relatively fresh songs by "Princess" - Uzbek pop star Shahzoda.Smile

Accordingly to all information I have been able to gather, these songs have been published on the official Shahzoda's channel on YouTube (http://www.youtube.com/user/ShakhzodaUzOfficial). The same songs are available on her official homepage: http://www.shakhzoda.ru
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of course http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QNJL6nfu__Q

all i wanna say is that they don't really care about us!
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The one of the most recognizable Michael Jackson's songs, with the dynamic rhythm and straightforward text. Smile
edfed wrote:
all i wanna say is that they don't really care about us!
Yeah, we'll see what the future will bring us. Wink
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future may be something like that
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=97nAvTVeR6o
a world wide prison, we will all be illegal cause of their laws.
all around the world but not for some "elite" places and classes, of course my lord!

but i'd prefer a reborn nature on an apocalypse like this one:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XAi3VTSdTxU
it's a perpertual cycle fed by the energy of the universe
night, day, white black, light, dark, etc...
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edfed wrote:
future may be something like that
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=97nAvTVeR6o
a world wide prison, we will all be illegal cause of their laws.
all around the world but not for some "elite" places and classes, of course my lord!
The strangest thing in this entire historical process is that any human civilization which was created to make human life easier and safer shortly after the brilliant beginning usually turns into something dehumanized.
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Sorry if this is a repost, but I just discovered this thread and there's an awful lot of goodness to trawl through. Here's one of my favourite pieces of music to code to:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZlzM51znaas

To me it sounds like the blueprints to some fantastical crystal cathedral. Autechre are seriously low-level - the asm of electronica Wink

Oh, and "Cantaloup Island" is the f***ing bomb BTW. Great shout!
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tripledot wrote:
Sorry if this is a repost, but I just discovered this thread and there's an awful lot of goodness to trawl through. Here's one of my favourite pieces of music to code to:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZlzM51znaas

To me it sounds like the blueprints to some fantastical crystal cathedral. Autechre are seriously low-level - the asm of electronica Wink
That's an excellent recommendation! Smile I've found it very intriguing for its surprising internal structure. The first impression I had during listening to this composition was absolute "amorphy" i.e. "shapelessness" of the melodic line but after a while I realized that there does exist some internal regularity: despite of the almost completely free music flow there is noticeable some recurrence of characteristic motifs.

And yes, I've also had the same feeling of being inside some gigantic hall, maybe a cave full of stalactites and stalagmites. Wink
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For those music friends who like jazz and others who maybe only tolerate such a music genre - something by an English jazz-pop singer and songwriter, Jamie Cullum: (taken from his official YouTube channel http://www.youtube.com/jamiecullumworld). Smile
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I wouldn't be myself if I didn't recommend here another excellent examples of Uzbek music pieces. Wink Here you have something sentimental - two songs by Lola Yuldasheva (from her profile on MySpace http://www.myspace.com/lolayuldasheva/):Razz
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MHajduk wrote:
Today I'd like to present two relatively fresh songs by "Princess" - Uzbek pop star Shahzoda.Smile

Accordingly to all information I have been able to gather, these songs have been published on the official Shahzoda's channel on YouTube (http://www.youtube.com/user/ShakhzodaUzOfficial). The same songs are available on her official homepage: http://www.shakhzoda.ru
Both music pieces are energetic; they are perfect song choices to defy the freezing weather! Wink
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edfed wrote:
... but i'd prefer a reborn nature on an apocalypse like this one: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XAi3VTSdTxU
it's a perpertual cycle fed by the energy of the universe
night, day, white black, light, dark, etc...
To me, "Earth Song" is one of the best of MJ's songs. It is probably the best from an environmental protection point of view. Wink
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tripledot wrote:
Here's one of my favourite pieces of music to code to:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZlzM51znaas

To me it sounds like the blueprints to some fantastical crystal cathedral. Autechre are seriously low-level - the asm of electronica Wink
This music piece gives me a strange feeling: orderliness out of disorder. A unique recommendation. Wink
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R.I.P.

Whitney Houston - The Greatest Love of All
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qNXUwqwXcn8

Crying or Very sad
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YONG wrote:
R.I.P.

Whitney Houston - The Greatest Love of All
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qNXUwqwXcn8

Crying or Very sad
Whitney Houston died? I'm simply shocked... Shocked

BTW, I'm not sure if I've heard this song before. Well, the words seem to get quite new meaning now - it's like a music testament.
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RIP Whitney, sad news indeed.

For the jazz aficionados, here's a couple of oldies but goodies:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CsiQ8YNhEnQ
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZrfzenYhv9w

Not exactly jazz, but the guitarwork on this one is pretty damn virtuoso:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0mPlAr0Y62o

I'm pleasantly surprised people found Autechre listenable - they can be quite, ahem, challenging. Here's another of their gems, that somehow slows down and speeds up at the same time:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NP8bnM73LZc

@YONG: Yes, order from chaos for sure. The arpeggio sounds like it's grown from an elaborate L-system to me. I'm really into fractal melodies, but developing rules that generate human-sounding progressions can get incredibly complex. It's almost impossible to quantify what sounds 'right' to our ears; the best generative stuff tends to be massaged into shape by human hands.

Not to be greedy, but I just gotta throw in one more:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A8A9e4Lp0N0

I have a theory: Bjork's music is sex. And by that I don't just mean it's really good. It sounds to me like she's trying to transcribe the emotional and physical sensations of sex into musical form. Discuss.
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