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YONG



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Here is a random track for my music friends:

A.I.N.Y.爱你 - G.E.M. 邓紫棋
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YMSzS5MiW1k
Post 20 Jan 2014, 09:47
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YONG



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Here is the live version of a Cantonese classic recommended by a wise forum member earlier in this thread:

許志安 - 愛你
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aru8sOLPuiU
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Hello,

La Bionda is an Italian musical duo, formed by the brothers Carmelo and Michelangelo La Bionda, who are considered among the inventors of Italo disco music.

La Bionda - Sandstorm (1978)
Post 20 Jan 2014, 18:27
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typedef wrote:
The Final Countdown. This songs intro is amazing.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=akjIgsxIvQ4

And this one by Dio

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bkysjcs5vFU
I remember these songs, especially the first one that even caused a kind of "Europe"-mania, everybody sang (or at least tried) their songs and main passages from "The Final Countdown" became our favorite for a few consecutive weeks. Wink
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YONG wrote:
Here is a random track for my music friends:

A.I.N.Y.爱你 - G.E.M. 邓紫棋
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YMSzS5MiW1k

Here is the live version of a Cantonese classic recommended by a wise forum member earlier in this thread:

許志安 - 愛你
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aru8sOLPuiU
The first of the presented songs is a nice dance hit but I prefer the second one that has got a melody sounding very familiar to me, I must have heard it before many times. The voice of Andy Hui also gives this song the special character due to its extraordinary timbre. Wink
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Picnic wrote:
Hello,

La Bionda is an Italian musical duo, formed by the brothers Carmelo and Michelangelo La Bionda, who are considered among the inventors of Italo disco music.

La Bionda - Sandstorm (1978)
That's an interesting mix of typical Western disco with Eastern music motifs, somehow reminds me of "Boney M" and "Eruption" music creations:Wink
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Here you have two songs, the first one, greatly lyrical, is performed by an Egyptian singer, the second song, more energetic, is sung by a Moroccan songstress:
  1. ImageImageImage Amr Diab - Tamally Ma'ak (Always With You)
  2. ImageImageImage Samira Said - Mazal (Still)
Wink
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YONG



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Picnic wrote:
Hello,

La Bionda is an Italian musical duo, formed by the brothers Carmelo and Michelangelo La Bionda, who are considered among the inventors of Italo disco music.

La Bionda - Sandstorm (1978)
This is definitely the best of your recent recommendations. Love it. Razz
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YONG



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MHajduk wrote:
Here you have two songs, the first one, greatly lyrical, is performed by an Egyptian singer, the second song, more energetic, is sung by a Moroccan songstress:
  1. ImageImageImage Amr Diab - Tamally Ma'ak (Always With You)
  2. ImageImageImage Samira Said - Mazal (Still)
Wink
I slightly prefer the first song on your list. I always find girls wearing glasses sexy. Wink
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YONG



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Here is a random track for my music friends:

彭羚 - 爛泥
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1jWBnTji1w8
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YONG



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One more:

彭羚 - 纏綿遊戲
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t6ZMTIVo0v8
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YONG



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Here is a Cantonese classic that has been repeatedly recommended by a wise forum member in this thread:

喝采 by 陳百強
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rBFIdywghB4
Post 21 Jan 2014, 07:33
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typedef wrote:
Muse - Knights Of Cydonia : http://a.tumblr.com/tumblr_lvzho5t6oK1qfq83io1.mp3
Some people say that "Knights Of Cydonia" will be considered a rock classic in the future. Strange, but to me it sounds like a classic now. Maybe it's because of the guitar riffs referring to the best standards from the 70's. Quite possible that this impression also has been created by the Queen-like choirs somewhere inside the song resembling those in "Bohemian Rhapsody".

I'd say that the track mentioned by you today is the best of all your recommendations due to the complexity of composition and artistic perfectionism as well as the music references present in abundance in the song "body". Smile
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@Mhajduk
I was exposed to Muse through the game called Guitar Hero. It was worth it I guess. Smile
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typedef wrote:
@Mhajduk
I was exposed to Muse through the game called Guitar Hero. It was worth it I guess. Smile
Yes, I guess so. Smile
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MHajduk



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All of the aforementioned music pieces are superb (as usual). Smile The first and the second ones are highly lyrical, the voice of the singer works like a balm full of mysterious fragrances. I would compare Cass Phang timbre of voice to that of the female vocalist of the Polish band "Goya", Magdalena Wójcik.

The last song, performed by Danny Chan, is interesting because of the improbably sonorous and beautiful voice of the singer as well as because of use of something I can classify as electric harpsichord.

All of the songs have got lyrics that when translated to English (by Google Translate) can be roughly understood and the overall impression they create can be described in two words: "absolution" and "blessing". At least I understood them that way. I think that the psychological effect in the listener's mind created by those songs is greatly strengthened by their meaningful texts. With no doubt, the mentioned songs are music gems. Wink
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Here you have something definitely worth listening to:Wink
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Other two music pieces that may suit your taste:
  1. ImageImageImage An Triskell - Enez Venan
  2. ImageImageImage An Triskell - Gwenn Glas Ruz
Wink
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YONG



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MHajduk wrote:
Other two music pieces that may suit your taste:
  1. ImageImageImage An Triskell - Enez Venan
  2. ImageImageImage An Triskell - Gwenn Glas Ruz
Wink
The first music piece on your list is definitely the best of your presented songs and on a par with the 2014 standard. This is still January and you have already hit the bull's eye three or four times. I am not just impressed but truly stunned by your music sense. Razz
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