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YONG



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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...
Nice recommendation. But I have to admit that I am a fan of Messi. BTW, Argentina just won 2-1 against Chile; Messi scored the first goal! Wink
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YONG



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MHajduk wrote:
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
Nice video. That guy seems utterly creative! Wink
Post 17 Oct 2012, 04:11
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YONG



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Here is something unique for my music friends:

Sandy Desert
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1P4BPeEo_Lg

Wink
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My poor internet connection does not allow me to watch the links you guys post Sad
Post 17 Oct 2012, 08:00
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MHajduk



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YONG wrote:
Here is something unique for my music friends:

Sandy Desert
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1P4BPeEo_Lg

Wink
The joyful and light melodic line as well as the visual part of the MV presenting the charming trio in the scenery of beautiful and wild landscapes give the listener truly unforgettable feelings. Wink Very good choice. Smile
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MHajduk



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Aryana Sayeed is a British songstress of Afghan descent. The style of her creations is a perfect combination of RnB, soul and traditional Afghan and Arabic music. Here you have two relatively fresh examples of her songs:Wink
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Masood.Sandking



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Masood.Sandking
This is one of the beautiful tracks from my favorite artist Filteria...
Album: Filteria - Heliopolis (2006)
Style : Goa Trance
Filteria - Lunar Civilization (Filteria's Higher Rmx)
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Masood.Sandking wrote:
This is one of the beautiful tracks from my favorite artist Filteria...
Album: Filteria - Heliopolis (2006)
Style : Goa Trance
Filteria - Lunar Civilization (Filteria's Higher Rmx)
Some say that music is closely related to math and I'm starting to understand what do they mean exactly while listening to this track. Wink "Lunar Civilization" is a composition which sounds like a recurring decimal... Razz

So in general, there should be a possibility to encode every music piece as a single rational number. Cool
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Some say that music is closely related to math...

That's interesting for me to know how music and math are connected together... it's interesting to write a program to analyze feeling of a piece of music...
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Masood.Sandking



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Masood.Sandking
If you like Downtempo, listen to this from Ra!
Album: VA - Twist Dreams (2007)
Style: Goa/Psytrance
Ra - Gates Of Tiphareth
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YONG



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MHajduk wrote:
Aryana Sayeed is a British songstress of Afghan descent. The style of her creations is a perfect combination of RnB, soul and traditional Afghan and Arabic music. Here you have two relatively fresh examples of her songs:Wink
I like both songs, though I would definitely say the first one is much more melodious. BTW, I notice that the songstress has got all the feminine characteristics that are appealing to one of the fasmen! Wink
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YONG



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Masood.Sandking wrote:
This is one of the beautiful tracks from my favorite artist Filteria...
Album: Filteria - Heliopolis (2006)
Style : Goa Trance
Filteria - Lunar Civilization (Filteria's Higher Rmx)
Nice recommendation. Up-tempo, energetic, transcendental electronic music seems to be your regular cup of tea. Wink
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YONG



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The background music of this wonderful performance caught my attention the other day:

Winner of Ukraine's Got Talent-2012
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=axMGDAnPxT0&t=3m10s

Wink
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MHajduk



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Masood.Sandking wrote:
If you like Downtempo, listen to this from Ra!
Album: VA - Twist Dreams (2007)
Style: Goa/Psytrance
Ra - Gates Of Tiphareth
I could listen to such tracks almost constantly... Smile "Gates Of Tiphareth" reminds me of some Uzbek songs I've been listening to for over six years. I mean here especially music pieces from the repertoire of Shahzoda, for example this one:
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YONG wrote:
(...) BTW, I notice that the songstress has got all the feminine characteristics that are appealing to one of the fasmen! Wink
Yup, I confirm what you said, I like this kind of pulchritude. Wink
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YONG wrote:
The background music of this wonderful performance caught my attention the other day:

Winner of Ukraine's Got Talent-2012
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=axMGDAnPxT0&t=3m10s

Wink
Hehe, those athletes seem to control not only their muscular bodies but also the gravity force. Sometimes I had a feeling that they can levitate and all those gymnastic devices are, in fact, completely useless. Wink
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MHajduk



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MHajduk
Here you have an intriguing song performed by Anggun, a songstress of Indonesian descent. I think you may like it:Smile

Edited on Sunday, 21st October 2012:

I've been listening to Anggun's songs today for the last few hours and think that I can recommend to your attention also following tracks:
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YONG



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YONG
Up-tempo & catchy. Nice recommendation. Wink
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YONG



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MHajduk wrote:
Anggun - Eternal - something that could be inspired by Pachelbel's Canon, absolutely a must listen! Wink
This song definitely contains elements of Pachelbel's Canon. I bet it is going to be the best recommendation of the month! Love it! Razz Wink
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YONG



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YONG
Here is a soothing soundtrack for my music friends:

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind Theme by Jon Brion
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zI-YR4LBzL0

Wink
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