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malpolud



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Yesterday I saw one of my favorite musicians ever, and probably the most favorite of living ones Wink I took a picture with him, took a chat, I am happy Smile

Scott Henderson:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YEXcTqB5fAQ
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MHajduk



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malpolud wrote:
Yesterday I saw one of my favorite musicians ever, and probably the most favorite of living ones Wink I took a picture with him, took a chat, I am happy Smile

Scott Henderson:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YEXcTqB5fAQ
To me jazz music is like a mosaic made of Penrose tiles, always unique, constantly surprising and mind-inspiring. Watching a jazzman is like observing an alchemist at work: you are under constant tension and never know when he will transmute a piece of ordinary lead into a nub of gold. Wink
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malpolud



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MHajduk: wow, it has been several times you proved you can speak words about music Smile
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malpolud wrote:
MHajduk: wow, it has been several times you proved you can speak words about music Smile
I'll take it as a compliment, thanks. Very Happy
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YONG



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MHajduk wrote:
Two sweet and catchy songs for fasmen:Very Happy
I like both songs, and most importantly the leader songstress is truly beautiful! Very nice recommendations, bro! Razz Wink
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malpolud wrote:
Yesterday I saw one of my favorite musicians ever, and probably the most favorite of living ones Wink I took a picture with him, took a chat, I am happy Smile

Scott Henderson:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YEXcTqB5fAQ
To someone (like me) who does not know how to play the electric guitar (bass), the MV may not sound very special. But to someone (like malpolud) who does, the skills and techniques depicted in the MV are truly unique and top-notch, I guess. Wink
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Here is the Chinese version of a catchy Japanese melody that I presented here some time ago:

劉若英 - 後來
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t0igPuDjYUE

Wink
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malpolud wrote:
MHajduk: wow, it has been several times you proved you can speak words about music Smile
I believe the above was an understatement. MHajduk can speak beautiful words about music ALL THE TIME! Wink
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yoshimitsu wrote:
Dunno if overused like some pseudo-deep slogan/phrase, but I really like

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JxPj3GAYYZ0
This soul-touching melody has been repeatedly recommended by many wise fasmen here.

The following version was recommended by me quite some time ago:

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

Wink
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MHajduk



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YONG wrote:
Here is the Chinese version of a catchy Japanese melody that I presented here some time ago:

劉若英 - 後來
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t0igPuDjYUE

Wink
I like the melody and the voice of the songstress a lot despite of the fact I may not fully understand the MV scenes order (seems that it's something like a free thoughts flow: a mix of real images, imaginations and possibly also memories). Wink Anyway, it's a superb recommendation. Smile
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I think there is a big chance that most of you have heard the song I'd like to present today. Nevertheless, this music piece is definitely worth recommending because of an improbably impressive subliminal rhythm and low, passionate voice of the vocalist. I guess you may like this powerful track:Wink
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YONG wrote:
malpolud wrote:
Yesterday I saw one of my favorite musicians ever, and probably the most favorite of living ones Wink I took a picture with him, took a chat, I am happy Smile

Scott Henderson:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YEXcTqB5fAQ
To someone (like me) who does not know how to play the electric guitar (bass), the MV may not sound very special. But to someone (like malpolud) who does, the skills and techniques depicted in the MV are truly unique and top-notch, I guess. Wink


Well, Scott has got really good technical skills but recently he is not that precise, he used to be. Sometimes hes solos become a little sloppy when concerning his technique of playing. The point is, that his melodic control is totally unique, precise and varied, while listening to him I don't think what instrument hes playing.
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MHajduk wrote:
I think there is a big chance that most of you have heard the song I'd like to present today. Nevertheless, this music piece is definitely worth recommending because of an improbably impressive subliminal rhythm and low, passionate voice of the vocalist. I guess you may like this powerful track:Wink
Yes, I think I may have listened to this beautiful melody before. But of course I did not know the name of the song or the singer. Thank you for letting me know! Wink
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MHajduk wrote:
I may not fully understand the MV scenes order (seems that it's something like a free thoughts flow: a mix of real images, imaginations and possibly also memories).
The story is about a teenage girl's puppy love which did not end well. The songstress herself is the grown-up / adult version of the teenage girl. Understandingly she is having regrets -- she should have treated her boyfriend much better (and vice versa, probably) -- and she knows there will never be any second chance. The dead girl scene in the very beginning of the MV symbolizes the broken heart of the young songstress, I guess. Wink
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Here is something utterly powerful & energetic:

Rolling Girl
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RZ1TCOP2RvY

Wink
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YONG wrote:
MHajduk wrote:
I may not fully understand the MV scenes order (seems that it's something like a free thoughts flow: a mix of real images, imaginations and possibly also memories).
The story is about a teenage girl's puppy love which did not end well. The songstress herself is the grown-up / adult version of the teenage girl. Understandingly she is having regrets -- she should have treated her boyfriend much better (and vice versa, probably) -- and she knows there will never be any second chance. The dead girl scene in the very beginning of the MV symbolizes the broken heart of the young songstress, I guess. Wink
Oh, I see... Everything has become clear and understandable thanks to your short yet brilliant explanation. Seems that I should ask you such questions more often. Wink
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I found this very inspiring the other day:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pbn5K8iQUO0&hd=1

I find the main chorus "better not stop moving" very important in life...
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YONG wrote:
Here is something utterly powerful & energetic:

Rolling Girl
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RZ1TCOP2RvY

Wink
Yeah, the rhythm of this song makes me dreaming of a travel by an ultra fast train, say Shinkansen, when the spectacular landscapes outside the window are changing improbably fast. So fast that you can hardly memorize them. Wink
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comrade wrote:
I found this very inspiring the other day:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pbn5K8iQUO0&hd=1

I find the main chorus "better not stop moving" very important in life...
Quite pleasant track. Smile

Talking of the chorus of the song, there are situations when we have no possibility to move, sometimes others have made decisions without consulting us but we have to stop and "fix it" for them (I'm referring to the real situations I have faced many times in my life, not to this forum). Wink
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I've found this awesome video just a couple of quarters ago looking for an English version of "Rolling Girl" (that helped me to understand it better than a "cryptic" Google translation):Wink
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