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YONG



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MHajduk wrote:
Runa Marka - Todo de mi - really beautiful song!
Very beautiful! Razz


It's now getting more and more difficult for me to recommend new songs, because most, if not all, of my favourites have already been posted in this thread. Sad Maybe it's time to try something different. Wink

T.F.P. - New Era

The Bridge on the River Kwai Theme

呂珊 - 3650 夜

Enjoy! Razz
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YONG wrote:
Maybe it's time to try something different. Wink
Sure, it's a very good idea. Wink
YONG wrote:
T.F.P. - New Era
Aha, aha, YO-YO-YONG!
You've posted cool song! Wink


Lilu (real name Aleksandra Agaciak) is a Polish female hip-hop songwriter. I suppose that songs presented below correspond very good with your recommendation Wink : Hehe, this melody is very well known here (it's performed by every military and firemen's orchestras during parades). This composition reminds me very much another classic, Johann Strauss' "Radetzky March" Very Happy :
YONG wrote:
呂珊 - 3650 夜
Excellent song! Very good response to the Runa Marka's "Todo de mi". Wink
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YONG



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MHajduk wrote:
Lilu - Zła (Bad) - here you certainly will notice some "Oriental" music motives
Lilu (feat. Cheeba) - Kocham, Kocham, Kocham (I love, I love, I love)
Cool hip-hop songs! Just one request: please ask the singer to turn around! Twisted Evil

MHajduk wrote:
Johann Strauss - Radetzky March (Vienna New Year Concert 2009, conductor Daniel Barenboim)
This is a real classic. Love it. Razz
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Borsuc beautiful & touching melody.

MHajduk wrote:
Some of the disco songs (such as Piano Fantasia "Song for Denise", Laura Branigan's "Self Control" and Sandra's hits) were very well known here in Poland. These melodies remind me my first disco parties when I was dancing with few years older and much taller than me young women... Cool
hehe, i know what you mean. I'm glad you liked this old disco stuff. European disco sounds a lot different than USA's but imho they're both equally great. Big hits in Greece also at the '80. I have a nice collection of such tracks.

Fleetwood Mac is such a great band MHajduk. So many beautiful songs. Never boring to hear their songs, even if radio plays them every day.


Elenah is a Spanish artist. I like very much this song below. It's of this cases you realize suddenly how much you like a song, even if you have heart it many times in past (on cafe del mar series)

Elenah - Cositas de la vida


Youtube having some wierd problems lately. I'm getting often the message 'An error has occurred, try again later', others too. Sad
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A Greek pop band from the '60 called Vikings

This was a big hit then, still is for some people Smile

Vikings - Francoise
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thimis wrote:
En Voice - Hall of dreams
En Voice - Hold the Universe
En Voice - Hold On
This kind of music is very spatial and "cold", IMHO fits better rather to a wide spaces covered with snow than warm tropical beaches presented in the first clip. Wink
YONG wrote:
Just one request: please ask the singer to turn around! Twisted Evil
Sure, I will. Wink
Borsuc wrote:
Sad Romance Smile
Very beautiful composition. I like violin sounds very much. Very Happy
thimis wrote:
Vikings - Francoise
This song reminds me in the style hits of the Polish singer Piotr Szczepanik from 60's (I presented some of his songs already):Today I wish to recommend something interesting from 60's. Wink Michaj Burano (real name Wasyl Michaj) was a Gypsy singer very well known here, in Poland. Burano was born in Tashkent (capital of Uzbekistan). Started his vocal career at the age of 6 in the folk group of the Moldavian Gypsies. Shortly after that, in 1952, his family came to Poland where he live until 1968. In the autumn of 1968 he emigrated to France, where (under the new pseudonym John Mike Arllow) recorded some songs. Since 1975 Burano lives in USA.

Here you can listen to some songs performed by this artist with amazing voice:Very Happy
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MHajduk wrote:
Today I wish to recommend something interesting from 60's. Wink Michaj Burano
What a great voice MHajduk!
JE T`AI DONNE MA VIE is so beautiful, i love such old tracks.

May i recommend this classic old french track, one of my favorites.
Jeane Manson - Avant de nous dire adieu
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This is very beautiful, moody track, thimis. Reminds me Joe Dassin's best songs (for example very famous "Et si tu n'existais pas"). Very Happy BTW, Jeane Manson looks very "tasty" in this clip. Wink

As a response I wish to present also something to listen and watch... Wink When I was looking for songs of the Bolivian group "Sequia" (which I know since their last visit in Poland in 1992) I've found something else, but also very interesting. These two songs from Bolivia refer to the famous carnival in the Oruro (http://www.orurocarnaval.com/orurocarnaval1/):
Most of you probably will find interesting information that in fact the "Lambada", greatest hit of the French group "Kaoma" originates from this Bolivian song:Very Happy
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... kind of busy and in a foul mood these days ... Sad

Borsuc style music

YONG style song

Wink
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William Luna is a Peruvian singer well known in the South America. These sublime ballads sung by the artist with the velvet voice could be the proper remedy for "foul mood" Wink :Very Happy
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sleepsleep
i like this song. (malaysian singer)
i translated the lyrics so that everybody could enjoy.

Adam - Jatuh (Falling)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zh4BBxrBNWc

Di manakah pemandangan terindah di dunia?
~ where the most beautiful scenery on earth?

Puas ku cari setelah jauh melangkah
~ so far i been travels

Hingga takdir menyuluh ke arah mu
~ till destiny flash its light towards you

Ku temu pemandangan itu terlakar di wajahmu
~ i found the scenery crafted on your face

Dengan setiap renungan
~ with each staring

Terpesona ku rasakan
~ i was mesmerized

Dengan setiap belaianmu hati makin tersentuh
~ with each of your caress, my heart keep on touching

Oh kasih, oh kasih
~ oh lover, oh lover

Ku berterima kasih
~ i thank you so much

Padamu kerana menyempurnai hidupku
~ for you because you complete my life

Dan sakit dah sungguh aku asyik terjatuh
~ and pain enough because i keep on falling (maybe means his relationship with other girls always fail)

Jatuh cinta dengan kamu
~ falling in love with you

Dalam berjuta-jutaan lagu
~ in million of songs

Tiada satupun dapat menenteramkan kalbu
~ neither one could make my heart peace

Melainkan bila kau menyebut
~ unless you whisper

Ke telinga bahawa kau juga sayang padaku
~ to my ears that you love me

Dengan setiap lafaz kata
~ with each words spoke by you

Harapan makin menyinar
~ my future becomes bright

Untuk kita bersama membina hidup bahagia
~ for us to build our blessing life

Oh kasih, oh kasih
Ku berterima kasih
Padamu kerana menyempurnai hidupku

Dan sakit dah sungguh aku asyik terjatuh
Jatuh cinta dengan kamu

Ku rasa setuah-tuah manusia
~ i felt the most blessed human

Nikmati hidup dengan wanita yang ku cinta
~ is the one who could enjoy life with the girl he loves

Oh kasih, oh kasih
Ku berterima kasih
Padamu kerana menyempurnai hidupku

Dan sakit dah sungguh aku asyik terjatuh
Jatuh cinta dengan kamu
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sleepsleep
try this, (nice)

Imperials - Ratatat
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=swdhzP9daVk
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I wish to thank you, sleepsleep, for this beautiful and calming song by the words taken from its lyrics:
sleepsleep wrote:
Ku berterima kasih
~ i thank you so much
Very Happy
sleepsleep wrote:
Imperials - Ratatat
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=swdhzP9daVk
This is simply amazing fusion of the electronic music and ethnic rhythms! Sounds very interesting and fresh for me. Very Happy

I always wanted to ask you what is the game presented in this clip (is it something like an abacus for teaching simple arithmetic). QuestionI'm just curious. Smile
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sleepsleep
welcome,
that device they showed on the mtv is named "congkak"

http://www.expat.or.id/info/congklak.html
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sungka
http://mancala.wikia.com/wiki/Congkak

i played it too when i was small (several years ago) ....

the "lat tali lat tampung" is a sort of what we called, "dice" by using palm to determine who start first or to dispel whom first.

eg.
while saying "lat tali lat tampung", u swing ur hands, don't let others know you would show ur front or back palm.

when you end the sentence "tampung", you must decide, either front or back palm.

there are 2 situation here,
1. if you show front palm and other show back palm, you could start first, or they eliminate you first and carry on with the lat tali lat tampung to see who is the last, then let him/her start.

2. they usually discuss the rule before lat tali lat tampung, so no worry here. hehe
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Congkak's rules look simple but, for sure, it isn't easy to determine proper hole from which player should remove all own pawns to capture opponent ones. Wink You have to quickly count in memory to make right choices. Smile

Seems that in this clip from Xinjiang (China) is presented another game, Rock-paper-scissors:Very Happy
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MHajduk wrote:
William Luna - Hasta el final
Both the instrumentation and the vocal are unique. A very beautiful song. Love it. Razz

sleepsleep wrote:
Adam - Jatuh
Very very catchy. Beautiful melody. That's exactly what I want! Razz
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Good day music friends,

2 songs taken from CD called 'Chants And Dances Of The Native Americans'.

Sacred Spirit - Yeha-Noha (Wishes of Happiness & Prosperity)
Sacred Spirit - Tor Cheney Nahana
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Very very catchy. Beautiful melody. That's exactly what I want!

if you like that one, i am quite sure you will like this one too.

Innuendo - Belaian Jiwa
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VSvxPWTIo60

all these love songs most of time, change our mood, remember our past relationship or etc.
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