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MHajduk



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YONG wrote:
No. I'm Martian. Here you have a piece of native Martian music:

Martian Successor Nadesico - The Prince of Darkness
Heh, probably I should also consider myself a Martian, because I liked this song very much. Wink

Well, "The Prince of Darkness" reminds me by its climate and singing style some ethnic songs of the Siberian nations such as Tungusic people:
thimis wrote:
Isaac Hayes - Disco Connection
Some time ago I realized that traditional music from Central Asia shares the same quick rhythms as "our" disco or techno. Consequently, Asian folk "dressed" in the modern instrumentation sounds very catchy and fresh.

Here you have two songs of the Uzbek female singer Hulkar Abdullayeva (yes, I perfectly know you don't listen to such music, but I present it here anyway Wink):


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Post 10 Apr 2009, 10:02
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YONG wrote:
Here you have a Japanese classic with a similar feel:

姿憲子 - 姿三四郎
I have to admit that vocal arabesques in this song simply astonished me. Unusual and surprising singing manner. Use of clarinet and general melody style reminds me Klezmer's music. Listen to this very nice song in Yiddish: Heh, it looks for me like a story about a man who had to choose his life way, what is better for him: to become a warrior or man of wisdom... Wink Finally he chose a sword.

Sword dance... Here you have something on the theme. Song from the Korean TV series about Hwang Jini, famous Korean gisaeng (entertainer, dancer) from 16th century:OK, that's all for now. Wink
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MHajduk wrote:
yes, I perfectly know you don't listen to such music, but I present it here anyway
All music suggestions are welcome MHajduk Razz

DJ Mauretto wrote:
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Isaac Hayes - Disco Connection

You know very well the music 70s
Do you like Shaft by Isaac Hayes ?

Oh yes i do DJ Mauretto, i spend a lot of my free time searching for such tracks, internet helped me to discover them, i like music, it plays non stop in my home.
I bought my first own record with money i earn singing christmas songs from door to door, it was 'AC/DC - Back in Black', a dynamite album.

Here's two personal disco favorites, less known to public, well known among disco audiophiles.

Alec R Costandinos - Romeo and Juliet Part 1 (1977)
France Joli - Come to me (1979)
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Here's two personal disco favorites, less known, but you may have heard them.

Alec R Costandinos - Romeo and Juliet Part 1 (1977)
France Joli - Come to me (1979)

In special way France Joli Wink

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YONG



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MHajduk wrote:
Chava Alberstein - Melache Meluche
This one gives me a folk song feel. Very beautiful indeed. Razz

thimis wrote:
Alec R Costandinos - Romeo and Juliet Part 1 (1977)
The electronic feel reminds me of this music theme of a classic TV series! Wink


Here you have a very nice dance song:

衛詩 - 聽得見的青春

Enjoy. Wink
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MHajduk



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thimis wrote:
Here's two personal disco favorites, less known to public, well known among disco audiophiles.

Alec R Costandinos - Romeo and Juliet Part 1 (1977)
France Joli - Come to me (1979)
Yeah, it seems that I've listened to them for the first time in my life. Thanks for sharing. Smile

Accordingly to love theme, here you have some nice Indian song: (I had to make some searches and complete the song description)
YONG wrote:
MHajduk wrote:
Chava Alberstein - Melache Meluche
This one gives me a folk song feel. Very beautiful indeed. Razz
Yes, her voice and song interpretation are really good. BTW, she has some Polish episode in her biography: Chava Alberstein was born in Poland. Wink
YONG wrote:
Here you have a very nice dance song:

衛詩 - 聽得見的青春
Very good music proposition, at least in my opinion. Gives light and happy feel. I listened to it with pleasure. Smile
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June 4, 2009 will mark the 20th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square Massacre. Many songs were written in the second half of 1989 and in 1990 to commemorate the victims of that massacre. Listed below are two of them:

夏韶聲 - 媽媽我沒有做錯

達明一派 - 天問

盼望有一天 有一天 世界永遠優美 (Hope that the world will become a peaceful place one day)
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MHajduk wrote:
The electronic feel reminds me of this music theme of a classic TV series!

Good morning,
I know this MHajduk. The Six Million Dollar Man, my mom watching it, i was too young then, but i remember well the Bionic Woman (Jaime Sommers) Razz


Billboard chart hit #1 (2/9/1974), a beautiful track.

Love Unlimited Orchestra - Love's Theme
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Love Unlimited Orchestra - Love's Theme

i find this song kinda like the dancing queen, weird...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nUEfIQjEvRU

and this song kinda resemble too

Shang Guan Yan and I(我和上官燕)-Zhao Wei(赵薇)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P28a6Dpw12I
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thimis wrote:
Love Unlimited Orchestra - Love's Theme
This is a classic. Love it! Wink

BTW, I was the one who recommended the Six Million Dollar Man music theme. Wink

sleepsleep wrote:
find this song kinda like the dancing queen, weird...
Me too. Wink


Here you have a piece of peaceful music: 喜多郎 - 絲綢之路.

Enjoy! Wink
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thimis wrote:
Love Unlimited Orchestra - Love's Theme
sleepsleep wrote:
Shang Guan Yan and I(我和上官燕)-Zhao Wei(赵薇)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P28a6Dpw12I
These songs are similar because they share the same positive climate. Smile Both songs are like sunny spring day - I feel full of the sunlight when I listen to such music. Wink

I wish to present here song which I like very much for two reasons: first - it reminds in style Latino compositions (use of acoustic guitar and characteristic rhythm), second - clip made for this song I always find very funny and enjoy very much watching it. Initial sequences of this video remind me my correspondence with (some) foreigners: I have already "lost my shoes" several times. Wink Laughing

I suppose that everyone could find situations presented in this clip very familiar. Wink[Unfortunately, I wasn't able to find in the Internet certain informations about performer; probably his name is Mamatjan Hekim.]
YONG wrote:
Here you have a piece of peaceful music: 喜多郎 - 絲綢之路.
Very beautiful melody indeed. Smile
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Enko



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YONG wrote:
No. I'm Martian. Here you have a piece of native Martian music:

Martian Successor Nadesico - The Prince of Darkness

Heh, probably I should also consider myself a Martian, because I liked this song very much.


I liked more the ending song:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i5DNemTaTss&feature=related
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Enko wrote:
I liked more the ending song:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i5DNemTaTss&feature=related
Good piece of music. I used to name such compositions "evening music" because they bring me feel of the calm and warm evening. Wink
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YONG wrote:
BTW, I was the one who recommended the Six Million Dollar Man music theme. Wink Here you have a piece of peaceful music
Woops, sorry about that Razz

YONG wrote:
Here you have a piece of peaceful music
Very nice YONG!

MHajduk wrote:

I wish to present here song which I like very much sented in this clip very familiar. Téléfon (Telephone)
I like it also MHajduk, make me smile.



Frank Pourcel - Concorde (1975 i think, i'm not sure)
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MHajduk wrote:
Téléfon (Telephone)
Nice song. Wink

Enko wrote:
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Martian Successor Nadesico - The Prince of Darkness
I liked more the ending song
Did you like the song or the pretty singer Yumi Matsuzawa? Wink

thimis wrote:
Frank Pourcel - Concorde
I like Franck Pourcel - She. Wink


Here you have my latest recommendation:

Concierto de Aranjuez (intro) - Kaori Muraji

Enjoy! Razz
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thimis wrote:
Frank Pourcel - Concorde (1975 i think, i'm not sure)
See, pride of the European aircraft, symbol of the technical progress, supersonic passenger airliner "Concorde" is retired now! Shocked We made one step backwards and travel by the "slow" airplanes. Wink
YONG wrote:
Here you have my latest recommendation:

Concierto de Aranjuez (intro) - Kaori Muraji
Yeah, I like "Concierto de Aranjuez" by Maestro Rodrigo - I've presented already, in this thread, version performed by Sarah Brightman. Wink

Here you have something from Balkans Wink:
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sleepsleep
wanna share this malay song,
hope you guys like it.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XIxXQ4_Wiiw
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sleepsleep wrote:
wanna share this malay song
You probably even don't suppose how I'm glad that you recommended this song. Smile When I started to write in this thread, about year ago, I hoped that it become as much "international" as possible. Of course, Chinese and Japanese songs are present (thanks to YONG and you) but, in general, people here rather hide their nationality. Sad

sleepsleep, if you will find anything original from your country, please, don't hesitate and post it here! Wink
sleepsleep wrote:
hope you guys like it.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XIxXQ4_Wiiw
Of course, I liked it - this is a very catchy and dynamic dance song. Smile

First Malaysian singer I found some time ago in my searches in the Internet was Noraniza Idris, who sings fusion of folk and pop music Wink:
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An electronic track, music written by Tangerine Dream for film 'Risky Business' (1983)

Love on a Real Train Listen download
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Never judge people by their looks or ages! This performance stunned me!

Susan Boyle - Britain's Got Talent 2009

Enjoy! Wink
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