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MHajduk



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Kitman Mak has very clear and strong voice, indeed. This is especially remarkable in the first song. The second one has more dynamic and catchy rhythm. Smile

My first association leads me to Danuta Błażejczyk, Polish singer, which has similar timbre of voice IMHO:

I wish to recommend today two songs by Polish female band De Su, which reached peak of popularity in the middle of 90's:Image
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YONG



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MHajduk wrote:
Danuta Błażejczyk - Całe życie czekam
Just added this song to my collection of favourites! Very beautiful. Very sentimental. Love it! Razz Wink
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YONG wrote:
MHajduk wrote:
Danuta Błażejczyk - Całe życie czekam
Just added this song to my collection of favourites! Very beautiful. Very sentimental. Love it! Razz Wink
I'm very glad that you liked it. Very Happy
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best song from kenny g, i really love this song!!!!!!!!!!!

Kenny G _ Don't make me wait for love (with Lenny Williams)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UItwesUySzw
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sleepsleep wrote:
best song from kenny g, i really love this song!!!!!!!!!!!

Kenny G _ Don't make me wait for love (with Lenny Williams)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UItwesUySzw
Very nice song. Smile Compositions of this type (smooth, soft and calm instrumental arrangement) bring very suggestive imagination of the summer evening party on the sea shore. Wink
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I found last Saturday a few catchy songs performed by Moroccan female singer Samira Said. I hope you'll enjoy it as much as I did Wink :Very Happy
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YONG



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林志美

Try the following three songs:
2. 偶遇
3. 你的眼神
4. 甚麼是緣份


Feedback to your songs later.
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sleepsleep wrote:
Kenny G _ Don't make me wait for love (with Lenny Williams)
Beautiful saxophone play! Here you have something similar by a talented musician:

Julian Smith - Britain's Got Talent 2009 Final

MHajduk wrote:
Samira Said - Wana Maak
This one is quite catchy. Typical MHajduk style! Wink
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YONG wrote:
林志美

Try the following three songs:
2. 偶遇
3. 你的眼神
4. 甚麼是緣份
From these musical recommendations I liked especially the second one (你的眼神). Its instrumental background sounds sometimes like in Venetian Gondoliers' lyric songs Wink in the other cases it reminds very much folk melodies from the East Europe. Extraordinary calm and sentimental. Wink
YONG wrote:
Here you have something similar by a talented musician:

Julian Smith - Britain's Got Talent 2009 Final
Beautiful, smooth play. I like it. Smile
YONG wrote:
MHajduk wrote:
Samira Said - Wana Maak
This one is quite catchy. Typical MHajduk style! Wink
Hehe, it seems that I'm too predictable in recent times. Wink Razz
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Well, I'm going to surprise you today, maybe my plan will succeed... Wink Laughing

Khadja Nin is a famous Burundi female singer living now in Europe (Monaco). I know her songs (very interesting fusion of pop and African rhythms) since 1997 when she visited Poland. Here you have some examples of her hits:Very Happy
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MHajduk wrote:
I'm going to surprise you today, maybe my plan will succeed...
Surprise me? I don't think so ... Wink

MHajduk wrote:
Khadja Nin - Sambolera
This one is beautiful and catchy. Very nice song.


OK, let's see whether or not I can surprise you ...

Surprise 1

Surprise 2

Surprise 3 (The first act was very touching indeed!)

Enjoy!
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YONG wrote:
MHajduk wrote:
I'm going to surprise you today, maybe my plan will succeed...
Surprise me? I don't think so ... Wink
Hmm... surprisingly interesting, indeed. Wink

YONG wrote:
OK, let's see whether or not I can surprise you ...
Hehe, you've chosen very fresh Wink Indian videos. I liked first (interesting lyrics) and second (catchy, refreshing rhythm) compositions. Smile

Let's see if you like this Persian song (with some remarkable Indian influences Wink ). I've found it very nice and joyful:Very Happy
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MHajduk wrote:
I've found it very nice and joyful: Saeed Shayesteh & Maryam - Goli
I thought that it was very hot and sexy! Well, I mean the beautiful young lady, of course! Wink
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Wonderful composition. Smile The second version is better in my opinion. Here we can hear excellent erhu play (amazing how sound of this instrument resembles musical saw!). This melancholic piece of music gives the listener very sublime and reflective mood.
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Well, now again something from the Indian subcontinent. I like this Nepali folk love song not only for its up-tempo rhythm, but also for nice, light and energizing dances. I bet that HK dactylologists could like this expressive, joyful body language Wink :Very Happy
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MHajduk wrote:
Tulsipuraia-ma (Nepali folk song)
I almost followed the moves of the dancers! Very funny video! Wink


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Wink
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YONG wrote:
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Shocked Yeah, you have just surprised me, haha. Laughing Soundtracks from the cartoons... Smile It makes me feel like I'm in the early school times. Wink
Post 14 Jul 2009, 14:31
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Ahoy, sailors! Wink

Here you have very funny and interesting Bashkir music video which shows in humorous way process of cooking traditional dish named "bish barmak" ("five fingers"), because it's eaten with one's hands. Smile Clip dedicated to everyone who likes such joyful performances. Wink
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MHajduk wrote:
Ahoy, sailors!
Sorry, I have been busy the last couple of days. Mad

MHajduk wrote:
Bish barmak - dances Yamilya Bikbaeva
Very funny video! Wink


Here you have two beautiful songs:

Hope - Who Am I To Say

In The End

Enjoy!
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