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Forever Young, Bob Dylan.  (the more uptempo one from planet waves)
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Originally posted by cahaya cahaya wrote:

Tool - Right in 2

Tool?? This http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tool_(band) Tool?Smile

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I guess so...
but the song is this one...

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A good song. I'm usually not much of a fan of these modern rock bands, but I liked this one!Smile
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First, glad to here that ResoundingEagle enjoyed my post.  Belated but welcome to AE, RE! Have you met Byzantine Emperor, Act of Oblivion, Slayertplsko and such...?  These distinguished members of AE will rock out with the best of them. 
 
Something maybe we all can rock out on....
Voivod - Nothingface
 
But I have a suspicion that you might be a Court material though you may not know it. I gonna have to consult the other Court members scuh as above three and Seko, Frederick RogerKing John and the Court Jester ulrich von hutten, but while we are discussing this matter, I'll sneak you through the dungeon.
 
 
Abandon all hope, Ye who enter here.
 
 
 
Oh next, Cahaya! 
 
First thing I wanna say is that I think you were just starting to get to know us when I was around here more last winter. But I couldn't help notice that you really made a place for yourself in this community only in a few month.  It just makes me smile. Anytime you see a soul with unpretentious genuine curiousity, paving his/her way in a place where one can experience tolerence and acceptence on a daily basis. Thanks for sharing who you are and letting us witness your growth with us and in us. I guess that goes out for everyone but in this case, you.
 
I couldn't help notice actually that before the old forum got locked out all together, on the last page of this thread you've posted some Korean TV Drama soudtracks. One of them was from 'Winter Sonata'. I got to see that in the net just a couple of years ago.  It made me cry so much that I think I started to mensturate for a month or two. Ok, that was a bad joke but....  I mean first, the main character's last name was Kang, and people say when I grow out my hair little longer I look just like him.Wink  And he came to U.S. when he was in highschool, and...  and there is always that girl back in Korea.  In my case, I didn't go blind and didn't get to end up with the girl. 
 
The one you posted was actually my favorite out the soundtrack, so I gotta pick something not as good....
 
 
P.S. and Cahaya, did you just embed a video on this thread?  Wow nothing could be so revolationary to this tavern well since Guttenburg and YouTube.  I somehow always thought someone like North might have an objection about possbly slowing down the site but I guess I never asked and didn't even know we are capable tachnically. But if anyone who can get away with this around here, it would be you, so.... you go girl! 
 
One more before end this...
 
 


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@Slayer.. Glad that u like the song.. One of my friends who suggested for me to listen. I'm not that into rock music.. anyhow I'll listen to a good one. OneRepublic is one of my fav bands so far but I dont knw whether it can be considered as a rock band or not. Their music is 'easier' & 'lighter' compare to Tool's.

@KKM... Seriously.. I don't know how should i reply to you. Embarrassed

Listen to this song:-

OneRepublic - Say (All I need)




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@KKM... Seriously.. I don't know how should i reply to you. Embarrassed



 
Gosh, I didn't mean to make you feel uncomfortable if you feel like that in any way.  I haven't been able to exercise my insomnia for long time so i was just letting it go last night.  I guess I haven't been around that much and I just missed it a lot.  I thought I was just farting around and being my-silly-self around here whole time, but one day I realized that the people around here has accepted and possibly even appreciated my presence here at times. Whether I deserve it or not, it's not everyday thing that I can walk away with that feeling from any site.  I feel the real sense of community here. 
 
And it does make me smile thinking that another soul will find us today and start that process of feeling what we all feel that is so great around here. And then, your 'Winter Sonata' post got me all sentimental....(like that was hard to do). So in a sense, all my warm feelings about this place found a muse and just gushed out.  But I meant every word I said, and I know AE does need a Muse, don't we?
 
 
I'm Getting Sentimental Over You - Jim Hall
 
And this one is 'the girl back in Korea's favorite
 
If I could - Pat Metheney Group
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KKoMu, your selection of jazz is wonderful. I also like your reference to Wall of Voodoo earlier. Long before Adam Lambert there was Johnny Cash and the best rendition is from the guys that ate barbecued iguana. A few years ago I had the pleasure of catching Stan Ridgway live at a small smoky venue in town. His acoustic renditions were great but his notable catalogue in full electric glory kicked the festivities up a notch.
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Wardruna - a good friend of mine from Norway gave me the CD and I love it. Has an almost Celtic feel to it, but is less instrumenty (my word, copyright 2009), and has a more ethereal, airy quality.
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A Malay song... (Malaysia&Indonesia)

Begitulah Cinta - Harvey Malaiholo & Sheila Majid
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Originally posted by Seko Seko wrote:

KKoMu, your selection of jazz is wonderful. I also like your reference to Wall of Voodoo earlier. Long before Adam Lambert there was Johnny Cash and the best rendition is from the guys that ate barbecued iguana. A few years ago I had the pleasure of catching Stan Ridgway live at a small smoky venue in town. His acoustic renditions were great but his notable catalogue in full electric glory kicked the festivities up a notch.
 
Thanks Seko.  If you liked Jim Hall and Pat Metheney selections, why don't we let them play together? 
 
Abracadabra(what the hell does mean actually, I mean Etymologically?), Cobra Deborah Wowza 
 
here is Jat Malleney!
 
--- Pat Metheny & Jim Hall --- All the things you are ---
 
Love Jim Hall.  Can't miss his works with Sonny Rollins
 
 
 
Jim doing another Rollins masterpiece without Rollins
 
Jim Hall Trio plays Sonny Rollins' St. Thomas in Moods Zurich 16-10-2007
 
And I know Seko wants some Frisell thrown into the mix too
 
Jim Hall Bill Frisell duo - Big Blues
 
 
 
Oh I'm just getting started now.
 
Wall of Voodoo....   Of course you liked it, Seko, because well.... I got it from you!Wink
 
 
 
 
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And who could forget this 80's band, Wall of Voodoo.
 
A song from the same group playing some Johnny Cash: 
 
more Voodoo with Call of the West
 
 
 
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I guess this is precisely why we have these threads?  to share.....   Thanks for introducing me this band, Seko. 
 
But really, it's not easy to cover the Man in Black.  Any personal colors one might wish to paint over, that darkness still seeps through like exploded pen ink bleeds through your white shirts pocket right before the most inportant job interview in your life.  It's so iconic that you couldn't possibly imagine any other way.  I mean there is only one possible way to do the Moon Walk, right?  The way MJ did it. I mean you can try any other way and even be better(?) at it, but it's just no longer, 'The Moon Walk', is  it? 
 
Having said that i think that was one of the best cover I ever heard especially considering what they had to go up against.  They didn't hold back adding their own flavor and creativity as if they never heard the original, yet they were still able to preserve that sense of inner conviction delivered by the Man in Black.  If Johnny Cash had an affair with Iggy Pop's mother.....  Stan Ridgeway?  I guess we will find out when the man comes around?
 
 
But can someone else cover Wall of Voodoo?
 
I like Celtic Frost and the instrumental part of the cover was least adequate, but the vocal....  it's just not out Stan-ing. 
 
 
 
 
More on Jazz and Iguanas....
 
When Mingus got sick he moved to Mexico(I believe somewhere in Baha).  The rumor has it that he drank a lot of Iguana blood and Burgundy cocktail.  And I like putting Guinness instead of Worcester sauce in my Bloody Mary.Big smile
 
 
Of course Mingus was a ladiesman all of his life.  But around this time none other than the Miss Blue herself was by his side.
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By the mid-1970s, Mingus was suffering from amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, popularly known as Lou Gehrig's disease, a wastage of the musculature. His once formidable bass technique suffered, until he could no longer play the instrument. He continued composing, however, and supervised a number of recordings before his death.

He did not complete his final project of an album named after him with singer Joni Mitchell, which included lyrics added by Mitchell to Mingus compositions, including "Goodbye Pork Pie Hat," among Mitchell originals and short, spoken word duets and home recordings of Mitchell and Mingus. The album featured the talents of Wayne Shorter, Herbie Hancock, and another influential bassist and composer, Jaco Pastorius. Mingus died aged 56 in Cuernavaca, Mexico, where he had traveled for treatment and convalescence. His ashes were scattered in the Ganges River.

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Few from the album 'Mingus' by Joni Mitchell
 
 
 
 
and live footages with Jaco
   -Shadows and Light DVD (Joni Mitchell, Pat Metheny, Jaco Pastorius, Michael Brecker, Don Alias)
 
Now Mingus'own
 
Studio version
 
Live version
Montreux 1975
Charles Mingus, contrabajo
Don Pullen, piano
George Adams, saxo tenor
Gerry Mulligan,, saxo barítono
Benny Bailey trompeta
Danny Richmond, batería
 
 
 
And then, since I came this far
 
John McLaughlin Goodbye Pork Pie hat (this one is for you, Slayer)
 
 
 
Now you all better git all that in your soul.....
 
 
 
P.S. I forgot to recommend a great book on Mingus
Beneath the Underdog: His World as Composed by Mingus
 
 
Supposedly autobiogrphical, although I think he had a ghost writer helping him out, probably due to his health  
  
 
 
 


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Much to hear. I'll get back with my impression soon.
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There is some amazing music on this thread. I'm thrilled. Thanks for posting, everyone.
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Like ice in the sunshine - radio wdr2
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Originally posted by ulrich von hutten ulrich von hutten wrote:

Like ice in the sunshine - radio wdr2
 
Hallo, my favorite Icelander in the enire universe!  How have you been?  Feeling the global waming, hah? What's 'radio wrd2'? 
 
 
 
A man with a wicked sense of humor and he who believes in beauty, this song is clearly anout you ulrich
 
 
I wish the music was little louder but a great movie...  Another irresitable Bjork (little louder)
 
 
 
 
 
I thought Bjork was the only Icelander musician i could think of but I recently found out that Holger Czukay from Can is either a half or a quater Icelandic. Maybe it was he's grand mother.... I'm not sure, iwas trying to look it up but I couldn't find it.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
more solemn side of Holger, I really love his electronic collaboration woks too.  
 
 
 
 
 
and it's all just
 
 
 
 
 


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An old hard rock/heavy metal gem. Scorpions, Life's Like a River from their 1975 album In Trance.

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All That Remains - Not Alone (One of my morning kata songs =) ) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_4P6N0Qftfc

next up -

All-American Rejects - Move Along ( July 4th version =P ) - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xMMceEx72sE&NR=1


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Thanks to AoO (Lisa Gerrard Thread) .. now I am listening to...

Denez Prigent - Gwerz Ar Vezhinerien

Never heard of this language before.. it's a Celtic language called Breton.
I wonder what's the meaning of the song...

Other than Gortoz A Ran - Black Hawk Down Theme song with Lisa Gerrard..

Denez Prigent & Lisa Gerrard - An Hini A Garan






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Great music cahaya.

I'm listening to stuff I would not normally listen to actually. Strangely catchy.

La Roux - "In for the kill"
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ELRD8ZMYmrA&feature=related

Passion Pit - "Sleepyhead"
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Great music cahaya.

I'm listening to stuff I would not normally listen to actually. Strangely catchy.

La Roux - "In for the kill"
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ELRD8ZMYmrA&feature=related

Passion Pit - "Sleepyhead"
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5bfseWNmlds


Thanks Knights..Smile
Cause of the songs by Lisa Gerrard and my searching through the net, I learned new term in music..  Honestly, never had any idea what it means by 'contralto' or 'mezzo-soprano' before..Tongue 
Can't even think that this kind of singing style could be so catchy and interesting for me.

La Roux.. It's so 80s... LOL how can u like it?



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80's ....

*sings* We can dance if we want to! We can leave our friends behind!!' XD
That was the best song ever. lol
either that or
Scissor Sisters - 'Don't feel like dancin' =P

Ok seriously - currently listening to ~
As I lay Dying - The Sound of Truth http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pawc--Gpxk8

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If you really wanna dance.. while listening to 80s songs...
Listen to these...

Rick Astley - Never Gonna Give You Up

Kylie Minogue - Locomotion


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Happy Independence Day!

 
Washington Cathedral Pipe Organ: Fanfare for the Common Man
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Adagio for Strings - the Canadian Brass
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
And I couldn't help myself went I got to John Williams(not the composer/conductor but the guitarist), this is for you Knights, thanks for doing so much work around here.Clap
 
 
 
 
Time to bring back you know what thread?Wink
 
 


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Originally posted by King Kang of Mu King Kang of Mu wrote:

 
 
And I couldn't help myself went I got to John Williams(not the composer/conductor but the guitarist), this is for you Knights, thanks for doing so much work around here.Clap
 
 
Time to bring back you know what thread?Wink

Embarrassed Thanks for posting, King Kang! I am a huge fan of John Williams (Jurassic Park score is classicWink) the composer, but have not listened to much of JW the guitarist before.

I liked the classical guitar version of Claire de Lune. My favourite version is not the solo piano, but in fact the orchestral...it just reminds of disney movies from my childhood for someone reason! (I may have mentioned this before). I think I will revive the Classical Music thread in this new forum. King Kang.

In terms of what I am listening to - nothing quite as refined as that. My sister bought the new superchick album today, so I am actually listening to that funnily enough! Again, not my usual fancied type of music, but it's pretty good Smile

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At the moment I'm listening to a diverse range of songs. Mostly songs by Coldplay, loving "Fix you" the most at the moment, but also listening to "X&Y", "What if", "Swallowed in the Sea", "Viva La Vida", "yellow" and a few others. Also listening to a few songs by The Getaway Plan, The Script, James Morrison, Paramore, All-American Rejects, an Australian singer named Jessica Mauboy and the usual RnB singers, T.I, Mario, Justin Timberlake, Rihanna, Ne-yo, Chris Brown and Craig David Star  
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An old hard rock/heavy metal gem. Scorpions, Life's Like a River from their 1975 album In Trance.

..excellent song SlayerClap….the actual song ‘In Trance’ is a regular choice on the many rock and metal compilation cd’s I put together….I have a fondness for The Scorpions circa 1970’s….Uli John Roth and Mad Mickey Schenker in there occasionally!!..’Yellow Raven’ remains a particular favourite…and even the album ‘Virgin Killers’ despite the very suspect album art cover…Dead

 

Originally posted by King Kang of Mu King Kang of Mu wrote:

Washington Cathedral Pipe Organ: Fanfare for the Common Man

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7mM46lVVarg

 John Williams - Cavatina (Live, with SKY)

..Fanfare for the Common Man..what a great piece of music, and of course , there is the ELP version..!!!

…and SKY!!!!!!!!!....now there is a band i had almost forgotten about!!!..my dad had several of their albums…..thanks KK…what a superb refresher for the old memory banksClap…this was my favourite track at the time…

SKY-Westway

..all the best…AoO….

 

 



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