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Re: What I'm listening to now....
« Reply #420 on: November 26, 2008, 11:43:10 AM »
Wow Babbs...you, uhm... have been busy! :rofl_2:

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Re: What I'm listening to now....
« Reply #421 on: November 26, 2008, 11:55:06 AM »
Lady Gaga -- Just Dance

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T.I. -- Whatever You Like

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T.I. and Rihanna -- Live Your Life

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Alicia Keys -- Superwoman :// :// :// Dallas, you'll like this one :))

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Re: What I'm listening to now....
« Reply #422 on: November 26, 2008, 11:57:27 AM »
BGT - your video of Superwoman is no longer available.  But I have heard it and I do like that one.

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Re: What I'm listening to now....
« Reply #423 on: November 26, 2008, 02:26:56 PM »
Wow Babbs...you, uhm... have been busy! :rofl_2:

You can get a lot done at 1:30 in the a.m. Now Emma better look at those, because I posted them for her.  :\
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Re: What I'm listening to now....
« Reply #424 on: November 26, 2008, 02:28:35 PM »
Wow Babbs...you, uhm... have been busy! :rofl_2:

You can get a lot done at 1:30 in the a.m. Now Emma better look at those, because I posted them for her.  :\

3 of them are no longer available.  :cool:

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Re: What I'm listening to now....
« Reply #425 on: November 26, 2008, 02:41:09 PM »
Wow Babbs...you, uhm... have been busy! :rofl_2:

You can get a lot done at 1:30 in the a.m. Now Emma better look at those, because I posted them for her.  :\

3 of them are no longer available.  :cool:

Only for the handicapped. I've this before, the YouTube tag is unreliable, so if people want their videos to be seen, they need to post the link as well. For your convenience, I've posted the link right under the video.  Even :cooler:
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Re: What I'm listening to now....
« Reply #426 on: November 26, 2008, 05:38:33 PM »
I listen to Classical while I study. Everytime this song comes on, I get up to find out what it is. There's a really nice hook just after 4:35  :)

Pachelbel's Canon (in D Major)

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=stCKjZniMsQ&feature=related[/youtube]

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=stCKjZniMsQ&feature=related





Babble, that was very nice. I am going to download it. I do have Pachelbel in D Major Mozart (best version). I just listened to both and they are a bit different. I made a CD last year and it's full of Beethoven & Mozart. I have Beethoven's Symphony No. 6 and 9 as well as 5th Symphony. I also have Camina Burana O Fortuna, Serenade, A Little Night Music and the 7th Symphony by Mozart.  Moonlight Sonata by Beethoven.

You should see the movie Amadeus. It is one of greatest movies of all time in my book and so very well made. You will get to know a lot about Mozart even though it has a very tragic ending.
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Re: What I'm listening to now....
« Reply #427 on: November 26, 2008, 05:40:23 PM »
I listen to Classical while I study. Everytime this song comes on, I get up to find out what it is. There's a really nice hook just after 4:35  :)

Pachelbel's Canon (in D Major)

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=stCKjZniMsQ&feature=related[/youtube]

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=stCKjZniMsQ&feature=related





Babble, that was very nice. I am going to download it. I do have Pachelbel in D Major Mozart (best version). I just lisened to both and they are a bit different. I made a CD last year and it's full of Beethoven & Mozart. I have Beethoven's Symphony No. 6 and 9 as well as 5th Symphony. I also have Camina Burana O Fortuna, Serenade, A Little Night Music and the 7th Symphony by Mozart.  Moonlight Sonata by Beethoven.

You should see the movie Amadeus. It is one of greatest movies of all time in my book and so very well made. You will get to know a lot about Mozart even though it has a very tragic ending.


To me the best version of Canon in D is from Neville Marriner, and is on the Music of the Cosmos soundtrack. The original soundtrack, not the double CD remaster.

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Re: What I'm listening to now....
« Reply #428 on: November 26, 2008, 05:49:07 PM »
I listen to Classical while I study. Everytime this song comes on, I get up to find out what it is. There's a really nice hook just after 4:35  :)

Pachelbel's Canon (in D Major)

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=stCKjZniMsQ&feature=related[/youtube]

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=stCKjZniMsQ&feature=related





Babble, that was very nice. I am going to download it. I do have Pachelbel in D Major Mozart (best version). I just lisened to both and they are a bit different. I made a CD last year and it's full of Beethoven & Mozart. I have Beethoven's Symphony No. 6 and 9 as well as 5th Symphony. I also have Camina Burana O Fortuna, Serenade, A Little Night Music and the 7th Symphony by Mozart.  Moonlight Sonata by Beethoven.

You should see the movie Amadeus. It is one of greatest movies of all time in my book and so very well made. You will get to know a lot about Mozart even though it has a very tragic ending.


To me the best version of Canon in D is from Neville Marriner, and is on the Music of the Cosmos soundtrack. The original soundtrack, not the double CD remaster.


Well,  I will download that too. Right now I am listening to all the songs Babble posted and so far I couldn't play two of them. I did like Obstacle 1 by Interpol but not so sure about Missed the Boat. Typically, the songs I don't like tend to grow on me later and they eventually become favourite songs of mine.
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Re: What I'm listening to now....
« Reply #429 on: November 26, 2008, 06:03:45 PM »
Here is the playlist from Heaven. Six and a half hours of world travels through music.

Artist                                  Title                                       Album
Holger Czukay                      Boat Woman Song                      Canaxis
Sultan Khan/Krishna Das        Lullabye                                    A Drop Of The Ocean
Pete Namlook                      Trip                                          Silence [Dr Atmo]
Underworld                          Thing in a Book                          Dark & Long [CD single]
Bhakta                               Third Eye                                  Open Transmission
Bhakta                               Open Transmission                      Open Transmission
Fantastic Ethnic                  Shinto Drums                              Japanese Ceremonies
Bill Nelson                           Six-legged Critter Singing In The Trees         Plaything
Bill Nelson                           Rainclouds Over Paris Of My Dreams             Plaything
Cosmic Jokers                     Galactic Joke (A)                          Cosmic Jokers
Cosmic Jokers                     Galactic Joke (B)                          Cosmic Jokers
Cosmic Jokers                     Galactic Joke (C)                          Cosmic Jokers
Pete Namlook                      Heaven                                      Silence II [Dr Atmo]
Holger Czukay                     Perfect World                              Rome Remains Rome
Mercan Dede                      Journeys of a Dervish                    Journeys of a Dervish
Ras Micheal                        Run Come Really                           Dadawah - Peace & Love/Nyahbinghi
Pete Namlook                      Life / Death                                 Silence II [Dr Atmo]
Sultan Khan/Krishna Das       Goddess                                      A Drop Of The Ocean
Frédérick Rousseau               Ema, L'enfant De La Fort              Terres De Lgendes : Les Salomon - Philippines - Sumba
Holger Czukay                     Sudetenland                                 Rome Remains Rome
Mercan Dede                      Fire Drums                                    Journeys of a Dervish
Peter Gabriel                      Of These, Hope                              Passion
Sultan Khan/Krishna Das       Devotion                                      A Drop Of The Ocean
The Kumba Mela Experiment  East Of The River Ganges     East Of The River Ganges
The Kumba Mela Experiment  That Which I Could Only Sense         East Of The River Ganges
Pete Namlook                      Omid / Hope                                 Silence [Dr Atmo]
Ras Micheal                        Seventy Two Nations                     Dadawah - Peace & Love/Nyahbinghi
Sultan Khan/Krishna Das        Windows                                     A Drop Of The Ocean
Manuel Göttsching [Ash Ra Tempel)    Echo Waves                      Inventions for Electric Guitar
Manuel Göttsching [Ash Ra Tempel)    4th Movement Twelve Samples    Walkin the Desert
Pete Namlook                     Sweet Angels                               Silence II [Dr Atmo]
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Re: What I'm listening to now....
« Reply #430 on: November 26, 2008, 06:17:44 PM »

Well,  I will download that too. Right now I am listening to all the songs Babble posted and so far I couldn't play two of them. I did like Obstacle 1 by Interpol but not so sure about Missed the Boat. Typically, the songs I don't like tend to grow on me later and they eventually become favourite songs of mine.

Turn On the Bright Lights by Interpol is a great CD. The first six songs are the kind that you cannot stop listening the last few songs are OK. But the first six are very much worth getting the whole CD for.

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Re: What I'm listening to now....
« Reply #431 on: November 26, 2008, 06:50:14 PM »
Well, I finally finished listening to all of them except for two which are not available. I am familiar with Pearl Jam, Beastie Boys, REM and Red Hot Chili Peppers. All others were new to me. I thought the video of Sabotage was funny. I do love REM and Red Hot Chili Peppers but I have to be honest, I find the songs a bit too dark or real for my taste. I guess I like things to be a bit subtle but if it has to be real then be it like Losing My Religion.
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« Reply #432 on: November 26, 2008, 07:14:27 PM »
Here is the playlist from Heaven. Six and a half hours of world travels through music.

Artist                                  Title                                       Album
Holger Czukay                      Boat Woman Song                      Canaxis
Sultan Khan/Krishna Das        Lullabye                                    A Drop Of The Ocean
Pete Namlook                      Trip                                          Silence [Dr Atmo]
Underworld                          Thing in a Book                          Dark & Long [CD single]
Bhakta                               Third Eye                                  Open Transmission
Bhakta                               Open Transmission                      Open Transmission
Fantastic Ethnic                  Shinto Drums                              Japanese Ceremonies
Bill Nelson                           Six-legged Critter Singing In The Trees         Plaything
Bill Nelson                           Rainclouds Over Paris Of My Dreams             Plaything
Cosmic Jokers                     Galactic Joke (A)                          Cosmic Jokers
Cosmic Jokers                     Galactic Joke (B)                          Cosmic Jokers
Cosmic Jokers                     Galactic Joke (C)                          Cosmic Jokers
Pete Namlook                      Heaven                                      Silence II [Dr Atmo]
Holger Czukay                     Perfect World                              Rome Remains Rome
Mercan Dede                      Journeys of a Dervish                    Journeys of a Dervish
Ras Micheal                        Run Come Really                           Dadawah - Peace & Love/Nyahbinghi
Pete Namlook                      Life / Death                                 Silence II [Dr Atmo]
Sultan Khan/Krishna Das       Goddess                                      A Drop Of The Ocean
Frédérick Rousseau               Ema, L'enfant De La Fort              Terres De Lgendes : Les Salomon - Philippines - Sumba
Holger Czukay                     Sudetenland                                 Rome Remains Rome
Mercan Dede                      Fire Drums                                    Journeys of a Dervish
Peter Gabriel                      Of These, Hope                              Passion
Sultan Khan/Krishna Das       Devotion                                      A Drop Of The Ocean
The Kumba Mela Experiment  East Of The River Ganges     East Of The River Ganges
The Kumba Mela Experiment  That Which I Could Only Sense         East Of The River Ganges
Pete Namlook                      Omid / Hope                                 Silence [Dr Atmo]
Ras Micheal                        Seventy Two Nations                     Dadawah - Peace & Love/Nyahbinghi
Sultan Khan/Krishna Das        Windows                                     A Drop Of The Ocean
Manuel Göttsching [Ash Ra Tempel)    Echo Waves                      Inventions for Electric Guitar
Manuel Göttsching [Ash Ra Tempel)    4th Movement Twelve Samples    Walkin the Desert
Pete Namlook                     Sweet Angels                               Silence II [Dr Atmo]


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Re: What I'm listening to now....
« Reply #433 on: November 26, 2008, 10:56:20 PM »
I listen to Classical while I study. Everytime this song comes on, I get up to find out what it is. There's a really nice hook just after 4:35  :)

Pachelbel's Canon (in D Major)

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=stCKjZniMsQ&feature=related[/youtube]

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=stCKjZniMsQ&feature=related





Babble, that was very nice. I am going to download it. I do have Pachelbel in D Major Mozart (best version). I just lisened to both and they are a bit different. I made a CD last year and it's full of Beethoven & Mozart. I have Beethoven's Symphony No. 6 and 9 as well as 5th Symphony. I also have Camina Burana O Fortuna, Serenade, A Little Night Music and the 7th Symphony by Mozart.  Moonlight Sonata by Beethoven.

You should see the movie Amadeus. It is one of greatest movies of all time in my book and so very well made. You will get to know a lot about Mozart even though it has a very tragic ending.


To me the best version of Canon in D is from Neville Marriner, and is on the Music of the Cosmos soundtrack. The original soundtrack, not the double CD remaster.


To me, the best version is a simple string chamber orchestra.

BTW Emma, my favorite pieces by Beethoven and Mozart are Egmont Overture and Symphony No. 25 respectively. I performed both of them in a concert my senior year.



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Re: What I'm listening to now....
« Reply #434 on: November 26, 2008, 11:06:27 PM »

To me, the best version is a simple string chamber orchestra.

BTW Emma, my favorite pieces by Beethoven and Mozart are Egmont Overture and Symphony No. 25 respectively. I performed both of them in a concert my senior year.

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Re: What I'm listening to now....
« Reply #435 on: November 26, 2008, 11:55:40 PM »
Well, I finally finished listening to all of them except for two which are not available. I am familiar with Pearl Jam, Beastie Boys, REM and Red Hot Chili Peppers. All others were new to me. I thought the video of Sabotage was funny. I do love REM and Red Hot Chili Peppers but I have to be honest, I find the songs a bit too dark or real for my taste. I guess I like things to be a bit subtle but if it has to be real then be it like Losing My Religion.


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If the video won't play ("no longer available), click on the direct link below the video.

Look Emma, work with me. I'm trying to help you because you have very poor taste in (rock/pop) music. Now, if you want to impress your friends, get to know Interpol and Modest Mouse  ;-()  Sabotage is the best video of all-time (period) It was awesome 15 years ago, it will be awesome 15 years from now.

You should see the movie Amadeus. It is one of greatest movies of all time in my book and so very well made. You will get to know a lot about Mozart even though it has a very tragic ending.


Amadeus was a superb movie. However, it is recognized as one of the most factually inacturate films. The relationship between Mozart and Salieri is absolutely central to the movie, but it is also complete fiction.

Amadeus #6 on the list of 11 Movies Saved by Historical Inaccuracy

The Inaccuracies: Sure, Mozart was a man who enjoyed the occasional diarrhea joke, but by all accounts he was far from the filthy-minded, giggling simpleton depicted in the movie. Also, most historians agree that his relationship with Salieri was one of "friendly rivalry, marked by mutual respect and admiration." And though the movie hints that Salieri may have killed Mozart by poisoning him, the truth is Mozart probably drank himself to death on good old-fashioned booze.

http://www.cracked.com/article_15014_p2.html


Here's a good read about their relationship...
http://www.mozartproject.org/essays/brown.html

Here's a good read about Salieri...
http://www.nwsinfonietta.org/notes18Feb06.htm

 :)
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Re: What I'm listening to now....
« Reply #436 on: November 28, 2008, 10:11:21 AM »
I am completely swamped at the moment and the weekend looks even busier. I will post more later.
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Re: What I'm listening to now....
« Reply #437 on: November 28, 2008, 05:00:25 PM »
Well, I finally finished listening to all of them except for two which are not available. I am familiar with Pearl Jam, Beastie Boys, REM and Red Hot Chili Peppers. All others were new to me. I thought the video of Sabotage was funny. I do love REM and Red Hot Chili Peppers but I have to be honest, I find the songs a bit too dark or real for my taste. I guess I like things to be a bit subtle but if it has to be real then be it like Losing My Religion.


EVERYTHING IS AVAILABLE                                 EVERYTHING IS AVAILABLE

If the video won't play ("no longer available), click on the direct link below the video.

Look Emma, work with me. I'm trying to help you because you have very poor taste in (rock/pop) music. Now, if you want to impress your friends, get to know Interpol and Modest Mouse  ;-()  Sabotage is the best video of all-time (period) It was awesome 15 years ago, it will be awesome 15 years from now.

You should see the movie Amadeus. It is one of greatest movies of all time in my book and so very well made. You will get to know a lot about Mozart even though it has a very tragic ending.


Amadeus was a superb movie. However, it is recognized as one of the most factually inacturate films. The relationship between Mozart and Salieri is absolutely central to the movie, but it is also complete fiction.

Amadeus #6 on the list of 11 Movies Saved by Historical Inaccuracy

The Inaccuracies: Sure, Mozart was a man who enjoyed the occasional diarrhea joke, but by all accounts he was far from the filthy-minded, giggling simpleton depicted in the movie. Also, most historians agree that his relationship with Salieri was one of "friendly rivalry, marked by mutual respect and admiration." And though the movie hints that Salieri may have killed Mozart by poisoning him, the truth is Mozart probably drank himself to death on good old-fashioned booze.

http://www.cracked.com/article_15014_p2.html


Here's a good read about their relationship...
http://www.mozartproject.org/essays/brown.html

Here's a good read about Salieri...
http://www.nwsinfonietta.org/notes18Feb06.htm

 :)


Dearest Babble, I object. I don't believe for a moment that I have poor taste in pop/rock. I love songs that are based on love. If you go through my list again, you will see that most songs are based on love. Did you know that love is the strangest and the most mysterious energy of all out there? I bet you did not know that. Am very romantic in heart so I don't really see myself listening to a song like jackass. Give me the lyrics of Bent on any day. Or of late, Flawed Design. My friends are really impressed with me anyway and I really don't even have to do anything. But I promise you that, I will download all the songs you have posted so far and will give it a real try. It's quite possible I will end up loving them all.

Oh and as for Amadeus, any movie based on history has to be inaccurate. I have seen quite a few and read a lot about them as well. I think they sometimes dramatize the plot in order to make things more interesting. It's quite possible that Mozart drank himself to death but still, it's quite sad. He was so incredibly talented and from such a young age. Anyway, my ex actually said the same thing as you about Salieri and his relationship with Mozart.

Anyway, I love this movie despite it being inaccurate is because, it's very well made and also, they used all of Mozart's originals, so it was a treat itself in that regard.
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Re: What I'm listening to now....
« Reply #438 on: November 28, 2008, 07:14:16 PM »
Lady Gaga -- Just Dance

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M65zI9LH-as[/youtube]

T.I. -- Whatever You Like

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nQJACVmankY[/youtube]

T.I. and Rihanna -- Live Your Life

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8bqMouRDcXk[/youtube]

Alicia Keys -- Superwoman :// :// :// Dallas, you'll like this one :))

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xK8t0gP4isE[/youtube]


BGT, Just Dance sort of grew on me. They kept playing it on radio and then not so long ago, I went to a club to celebrate one of my friend's birthday party and then the song came on and we just had a blast.
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Re: What I'm listening to now....
« Reply #439 on: November 30, 2008, 09:36:31 PM »
Clocks by Coldplay
"We've been stuck in a locker room for nine hours a day and he's been chilling out, maybe taking the double decker bus tour of London."