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MHajduk



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typedef wrote:
Phil Collins (One Of the greatest): http://grooveshark.com/#!/artist/Phil+Collins/451

Play all the top songs. They are good Very Happy
It has been a while since I listened to Phil Collins's songs, thanks for reminding me them. Smile Beside the best known hits, there are couple of songs from the "Tarzan" soundtrack that seem to be quite new to me ("You'll Be in My Heart" is really good). Wink
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Thanks, here's Moby, lol.. Good tune

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CWGNA3u4-Sg&feature=related
Hehe, imagine what kind of impression can it make when played through a subwoofer at 9am. Wink It's better than 0.5 liter of very very strong black tea of the well-known English brand! Razz
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Today I'd like to present a couple of songs produced by Dunamus Soundz Records, a record label located in Nassau, Bahamas (as you may hear it, they have a really cool intro there). In the Flash mp3 player that you can find on the left side of the site scroll down to find this song:
  • Manifest - Good Ole Man
and a bit more to find the third (counting from the end):
  • Rabbi - Here I am
Enjoy! Smile
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Nice stuff. I love beats myself more than lyrics. I'll see if I can rip the instrumentals. lol

BTW if you go to http://soundclick.com you'll find lots of stuff(music/videos/music) good and bad Very Happy
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Hahaha... I;m badass : http://www.dunamussoundz.com/intromusic.mp3

Ripped it.
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typedef wrote:
Nice stuff. I love beats myself more than lyrics.
Yeah, me too. Smile To me the song texts are secondary, less important than a melodic line, I rarely identify myself with them. Razz
typedef wrote:
BTW if you go to http://soundclick.com you'll find lots of stuff(music/videos/music) good and bad Very Happy
Thanks, I'm going to look at it. Wink
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typedef wrote:
Hahaha... I;m badass : http://www.dunamussoundz.com/intromusic.mp3

Ripped it.
Interesting, indeed. Wink
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I would like to recommend you all a music piece that has a powerful beat, catchy melody and stunning lyrics sung by a Brazilian songstress and actress, Tânia Mara. This is a cover of the Kelly Clarkson's song "Anytime". The result of a comparison between the original and the Brazilian version may depend on the listener's music taste, I prefer the cover. Wink

The song was published with the lyrics on the site http://www.vagalume.com.br/tania-mara/ linked from the official artist's page http://www.taniamara.com.br/ Enjoy! Smile
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typedef wrote:
Thanks, here's Moby, lol.. Good tune

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CWGNA3u4-Sg&feature=related
It is a nice recommendation, but I prefer the following:

Moby - Extreme Ways
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BPDqCoI4mCE

Wink
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MHajduk wrote:
Rabbi - Here I am
This is a uniquely-arranged composition. Utterly fresh! Razz
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typedef wrote:
Hahaha... I;m badass.
We know that. You need not mention it again! Wink
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This song is definitely my type - melodious and sentimental. Excellent recommendation, bro! Razz Wink
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Here is something relaxing and soul-touching for my music friends:

"Mumbai Experess" by Govi
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QjhtlkpEQww

Wink
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YONG wrote:
Moby - Extreme Ways
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BPDqCoI4mCE
I saw that movie. Smile The melodic line of the song is truly great, makes blood circulating faster in veins. Wink
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YONG wrote:
Here is something relaxing and soul-touching for my music friends:

"Mumbai Experess" by Govi
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QjhtlkpEQww

Wink
Good choice. Smile Yeah, a careful listener may find there the characteristic rattle of the train's wheels mixed with an exquisite flamenco guitar sound. Wink
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Today I would like to share with you two songs I have discovered lately during my mostly random yet intuition-driven wanderings through the immeasurable Internet spaces. Wink Both music pieces have been found through the site http://www.soundafrica.net and YouTube channel http://www.youtube.com/user/SoundAfricaMusic related to the Sound Africa, a leading East African record label originating in Kenya, nowadays covering with its influences the most of East Africa region.

The first track by Kenyan duet reminds me somehow of Angolan Kizomba-style songs:The second one, by a Rwandan singer, has a truly catchy instrumental layer as well:Cheerio! Smile
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Wow, the male singer is handsome! I guess people with first name "Patrick" are in general good-looking! Wink
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YONG wrote:
Wow, the male singer is handsome! I guess people with first name "Patrick" are in general good-looking! Wink
Here, in Poland, we used to say about people with such an appearance as the aforementioned singer exemplifies that they have "smiling eyes". Wink

BTW, I have found something that can be treated as a funny coincidence with what you said above - African name "Kitoko" means exactly "Beautiful" and can be used for both genders. Razz
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Here is an instrumental version of a classic:

遙遠的她 (Piano version)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4AUcVmuSbwA

Wink
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