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MHajduk,
MHajduk wrote:
Interesting Celtic music from Galicia, an autonomous region of Spain, the sounds of air and water (sea):Smile
I truly enjoyed these music pieces. They not only struck a chord inside my heart but also widened my narrow view of Celtic music. Razz

Definitely the best of recent recommendations!!!

Thanks a lot!!!

YONG
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KevinN wrote:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mSXf4nv18gI

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w1BCrA3M__w

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Du8ePXIra_A
I like the third one "El Shaddai Messianic Praise" most. Soothing & relaxing. A nice evening ballad even for non-religious people like me. Thanks. Wink
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Here is an energetic version of a classic:

Italobrothers - Moonlight Shadow
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L_msSa9AFbc

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Here is something pop:

R.I.O. - Miss Sunshine
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XSteQ93dioA

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Here is something melodious:

Seether - Broken ft. Amy Lee
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hPC2Fp7IT7o

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One more ...

Matchbox Twenty - She's So Mean
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-8WLa6umgdw

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I like the third one "El Shaddai Messianic Praise" most. Soothing & relaxing. A nice evening ballad even for non-religious people like me. Thanks



I'm glad you feel that way. I think they're soothing- the Messianic ones.
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farrier wrote:
MHajduk,

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Interesting Celtic music from Galicia, an autonomous region of Spain, the sounds of air and water (sea):
Luar Na Lubre - O Son do Ar

Luar Na Lubre - O Son das Augas

Luar Na Lubre - Canteixere


I truly enjoyed these songs and others by these artists. A new group for me, but they struck a chord with me. They would fit right in on my favorite radio show: Thistle and Shamrock.

Thanks!!

farrier
I'm very glad you like it, farrier. Smile I've found on the Internet a site where I was able to listen to some archival "Thistle and Shamrock" programs: http://www.thistleradio.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=572&Itemid=109

Celtic music has got extraordinary features: when you listen to it you realize that it is something with truly ancient origins yet at the same time you are amazed how contemporary, dynamic and full of vital energy it can be. This complex nature of Celtic tunes is exactly what works like a magnet that attracts us to them. Wink

I enjoy listening to various kinds of music; to me it's like an auto-psychoanalysis, getting me back to the times before my birth. Scientists haven't said that explicitly but many people strongly believe that our taste to various kinds of art and our talents must be imprinted in our DNA. So if you listen to some music with pleasure despite of the fact it may become from a completely different cultural circle it is not just a coincidence, this is a call of the past that we hear through our genes. Smile
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Two of lifes' most difficult questions:

"What is the meaning of life?"

"Why do you like that song, and not this one?"

MHajduk wrote:
I'm very glad you like it, farrier. Smile I've found on the Internet a site where I was able to listen to some archival "Thistle and Shamrock" programs: http://www.thistleradio.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=572&Itemid=109


Also: http://www.npr.org/series/103063413/the-thistle-and-shamrock

National Public Radio is a great source for new, old, and varied music! http://www.npr.org/music/

Thanks for this and all the other fine suggestions thruout this THREAD.

farrier

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Today's set of your recommendations is just a wonderful medley of sublime, passionately performed songs. I like the most of them, really. Smile

Excellent example of the spoken Sanskrit, sounds quite intriguing to me. Smile
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This one reminds me some of Hasidic songs due to cheerful melody and up-tempo rhythm. Smile
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To me this Shaivistic hymn is absolutely the top-notch, I could listen to it almost constantly. Smile
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All of these Messianic praises are very good, but I prefer the first and the third ones. Smile
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This young singer has got an outstanding voice and music talent. I like his passionate way of the interpretation, that's something truly impressive. Smile
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