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YONG wrote:
MHajduk wrote:
Here you have mentioned songs:Smile
Both MVs sound old-fashioned, yet the songs are pretty fresh. The vocals are strongly passionate, too. Wink


Very nice! I i felt comfortable and dizzy, i liked the music. And the colors and overall trippy aesthetics.


Here you have two songs by Theodosia Tsatsou (Θεοδοσία Τσάτσου) former songstress in the Greek alt-rock band "Blue" (active since 1996)

Μπλέ - Φοβάμαι

Μπλέ - Νιώθω Ενοχές
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Picnic wrote:
Here you have two songs by Theodosia Tsatsou (Θεοδοσία Τσάτσου) former songstress in the Greek alt-rock band "Blue" (active since 1996)

Μπλέ - Φοβάμαι

Μπλέ - Νιώθω Ενοχές
I prefer the second, which sounds like soul / blues music to me. Passionate and soul-touching. Nice recommendation. Wink
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YONG wrote:
Sophie Zelmani - Love
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yPAAVAvLUc0

One more ... dedicated to those who love dance music:

Those Dancing Days - Can't Find Entrance
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6uBl4NB2A6c
I like both songs despite of the fact that they almost completely differ from each other: the first one is a moody and mellow ballad while the second one is a highly dynamic dance composition. Nevertheless, there is one thing that is in common - both songs have got meaningful texts and this is the most significant feature of these music pieces IMO. Smile
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Picnic wrote:
Here you have two songs by Theodosia Tsatsou (Θεοδοσία Τσάτσου) former songstress in the Greek alt-rock band "Blue" (active since 1996)

Μπλέ - Φοβάμαι

Μπλέ - Νιώθω Ενοχές
Both songs are equally good from the music point of view but I prefer the first one because of the specific kind of dramatic interpretation, straightforward message contained in the lyrics and masterful play of the guitarist. Smile
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This is a perfect song for Epiphany (January 6). Smile I feel enchanted by its beauty, simplicity and modesty so much that every time I listen to it I feel, how to say it... something like an enthusiasm. A bit strange as for a person like me, not being a Christian (brought up in a Christian environment and tradition though). Wink Most likely it's the best of all religious songs I've heard till now. Smile
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This one has a "dark" sound to it:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DPHh3nMMu-I
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This is the third top-notch recommendation from you in 2013! Catchy melody line plus powerful & passionate vocal equals perfection. +1. Wink
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typedef wrote:
This one has a "dark" sound to it:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DPHh3nMMu-I
Enya's songs have been regular recommendations from various forum members. Good music taste, bro! +1. Wink
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Here is some sad violin music for fasmen:

Sad Violin Music
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T-3BhCOIYYY

Wink
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YONG wrote:

fasmen:

lol. Don't forget we have a woman here too.
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typedef wrote:
This one has a "dark" sound to it:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DPHh3nMMu-I
This is an improbably sublime and emotional chant. I have thought today that our "musical landscape" would be much poorer without voice of Enya and her music style. She has got one of the most recognizable voices I know. Smile

A side note for interested in linguistics. Wink

Well, there is only one thing that diminishes my pleasure from listening to this song - her pronunciation of the Latin part of the lyrics. She sings it with a strong English accent but Classical Latin sounded completely differently. Our knowledge about the Classical Latin pronunciation varies with time accordingly to the actual state of linguistic researches but now we are quite close to satisfying reconstruction. Here you have an example of how the Latin pronunciation could sound like:Wink
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YONG wrote:
Here is some sad violin music for fasmen:

Sad Violin Music
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T-3BhCOIYYY

Wink
This is a wonderful music piece. Interesting, but even if I had not known that this track was recorded for a Turkish TV drama, I would guess its "Oriental" character - from the characteristic playing technique and those lachrymose chords. Wink
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A beautiful song by an interesting duet:Smile
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Just wanted to share a video I created about 4 years ago. It contains my favorite religious melody, Ave Maria.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_LHXOEwq4JI&list=UUWCpJnLw-CiyQdmklnD1mvg

(If this doesn't display correct video, look in my list for "EVIDENCE OF THE AFTERLIFE")

MHajduk: Sounds like my story Smile Raised in a strictly Christian environment ("Believe or burn" Smile) but had questions at a young age. Example: Why does evil exist? Why did God create Satan knowing that he would ultimately betray him? How are we responsible for Adam and Eve's mistake? "Every man is accountable for his own deeds". What about people who live in foreign countries and they have never heard of Jesus? Does God send them to Hell for being born in the wrong country? How can 70-100 years of mistakes result in 999,999,999,999,999,999,999+ years of punishment? What about good loving Atheists? Etc.

Check out: http://www.near-death.com/ I know the creator of that site, Kevin Williams, he's a real cool guy (http://www.near-death.com/about.html).
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From our understanding, human experience is impossible if there are no electric charges in the brain (visual cortex). So, there's no way you could know what occurred outside of the hospital room while you were clinically "dead".

[img] http://thebrain.mcgill.ca/flash/d/d_02/d_02_cr/d_02_cr_vis/d_02_cr_vis_2a.jpg [/img]
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MHajduk wrote:
A beautiful song by an interesting duet:Smile
Not just interesting, this duet is truly magnificent! Excellent recommendation, bro! Razz Wink
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uart777 wrote:
Just wanted to share a video I created about 4 years ago. It contains my favorite religious melody, Ave Maria.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_LHXOEwq4JI&list=UUWCpJnLw-CiyQdmklnD1mvg
Well, I prefer the following version which I presented here quite some time ago:

Connie Talbot & Sarah Connor - Ave Maria
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hkiJedavHpg

Wink
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typedef wrote:
YONG wrote:

fasmen:

lol. Don't forget we have a woman here too.
Who? Rolling Eyes revolution? Rolling Eyes Wink

There was one here a long time ago. But I think she is no longer active here. Wink
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