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Author Topic: The Omnipresent, currently playing (music) thread...  (Read 400255 times)
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« Reply #440 on: 13 December 2009, 02:44:25 »
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Sorry about that,  there was no one on it for a while, so I closed it.  I'll open it up again if you like.
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« Reply #441 on: 13 December 2009, 02:50:14 »
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It's open now.  It would be great to have some new music on there.  Smiley
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« Reply #442 on: 13 December 2009, 04:03:18 »
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Facman,  those songs you posted are so sad.   Bedroefd

 Grease - You Are The One That I Want HQ (External Embedding Disabled)

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« Reply #443 on: 13 December 2009, 08:36:47 »
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Rattler since you liked the last one, here's Jerry Miller (from Moby Grape) layin some down...

Miller's Blues
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« Reply #444 on: 13 December 2009, 17:45:06 »
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A guy I served with in Vietnam sent this link to me today...

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http://media.causes.com/611645?p_id=44185871
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« Reply #445 on: 13 December 2009, 17:49:42 »
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@ FACman, I do indeed!  champ

My (musical) answer (I guess it is a repeat, I have lost a track a bit):

Flamenco AND Blues, what bette combination (they have so much in common!)?

R. Amador and B. B. King on two completly distinct occasions (one  Blues, the other a Flamenco Festival, the protagonists changing accordingly):

B.B. King & Raimundo Amador


Raimundo Amador BB King - Bollere


And, if this does not impress, there always is a Bruce Willis version: Not everybody knows he is a Blues - and, from my POV, excellent harmonica -  player for hobby whith his "Bruce Willis Blues Band" (I have seen him live in a small club in the late ´80s, and was duely impressed):

Bruce Willis Blues Band


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« Reply #446 on: 13 December 2009, 18:11:29 »
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Great music,  and with so much meaning...
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« Reply #447 on: 13 December 2009, 20:21:54 »
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I love this song  xangel

Kelly Clarkson........."Already Gone"..........

YouTube - Broadcast Yourself.
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« Reply #448 on: 13 December 2009, 23:44:56 »
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Ratter,  post #436,  that last vid of the soldiers is so funny!

Nice one,  Sky.
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« Reply #449 on: 14 December 2009, 00:42:25 »
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Ratter,  post #436,  that last vid of the soldiers is so funny!

I cannot help it, but everytime I watch it (and I have seen it 50 times now+, it is on the telly every day a few times in the ad section - thhough by now shortened) I burst out in laughter, it is just so...naturally...  English and... Spanish! Smiley

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« Reply #450 on: 14 December 2009, 05:04:01 »
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Even though I dont catch much of the Spanish, it's still funny.
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« Reply #451 on: 14 December 2009, 22:58:29 »
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My favorite Madonna song.  This song was on the 'true blue' Madonna album.  It brings back  some good memories for me.  Some years back I was living in the Okanagan, in British Columbia,  in a town called Osoyoos.  At the time I was dating a local mechanic, this always reminds me of him,   and I would have to do a lot of mountain driving.  I would play this song many a time while driving over the mountains.

Jimmy, Jimmy:

Madonna - 08. Jimmy, Jimmy


 





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« Reply #452 on: 14 December 2009, 23:12:46 »
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As it has gotten a bit quiet today, here some more of my new favorite, Nicolae Guta (you remember the guy? http://www.warandtactics.com/smf/the-lounge-get-a-beer-go-off-topic/the-omnipresent-currently-playing-%28music%29-thread/msg10470/#msg10470)!

This time from his more modern and dancefloor stuff (but the girls till around!). I do not know whether the quarter notes that he is singing (which are so typical for Turkish, Arab, Indian or even Southern Spanish music) will be of pleasure to your ears just used to listen to half notes, but he does it really well, you can play it in any disco.

As always when he dives into a genre, he takes it serious:

I do not know what this one is about, but I have a hunch it treating small Wieners vs. propped up cars.. Smiley The title, anyway, translates to something like "You are worth it" according to google..

Nicolae Guta - N-ai valoare


This one, with another singer, has the title "Throw your card", and if I wouldn´t know it was Romanian, Indian or Turkish music would be my first guess:

Manele - Nicolae Guta & Florin Universalu' - Trag cu cardu


This man is afraid of nothing! Just check the outfit!? Smiley GRRREAT!

Nicolae Guta Brazilianu si Don Genove - Vin Baietii


More modern (still with girls! Smiley ) and one of the ones I would put up for a fiesta:

Nicolae Gutã-Mã mãnâncã palma stângã


And finally (there are simply too many videos out there to decide, I have counted - and viewed, at least partially - over 300 by now) a live act, isn´t he gorgeouos in his style? I wish I had that "chuzpa", a real happy "Rattler" to my liking  champ:

Nicolae Guta - Leii Grei (Embedding disabled, limit reached)

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« Reply #453 on: 14 December 2009, 23:23:54 »
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It's hard to figure out what they are saying! 

Interesting to watch though.

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« Reply #454 on: 15 December 2009, 00:30:27 »
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I've watched a lot of Full feature cartoon movies, as you can imagine over the years.  Here are some of my favorite songs from those.  I have a feeling Rattler might like some of these as well.  Smiley

From Aladdin:
Aladdin - A Whole New World Sing-along Lyrics on-screen


Lion King:
The Lion King - Circle of Life


The lion King - I just can't wait to be king


"Love Will Find A Way" - The Lion King 2


The Lion King - Can You Feel the Love Tonight (Embedding disabled, limit reached)

Oliver and company:
Oliver And Company - Why Should I Worry (English) (Embedding disabled, limit reached)


Jungle book:  Smiley

Bare Necessities (Embedding disabled, limit reached)

The Monkey Song from the Jungle Book (Embedding disabled, limit reached)


Oliver And Company - Streets Of Gold (English) (Embedding disabled, limit reached)

Tarzen:
Tarzan - Strangers Like Me (Embedding disabled, limit reached)





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« Reply #455 on: 15 December 2009, 08:39:16 »
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Jilly, and I am surely not the only one, some I hadn´t heard for a loooong time Smiley !

And here, two other ones, especially for Solideo, both are supposed to make us smile a little:

Rockdalla, "Mi Casita" Smiley

http://video.google.es/videoplay?docid=574895054142472141&ei=qC4nS77CDJDJ-AbB5NXVDA&q=rockdalla&view=3


And "El Kalimotxo de Mama" Smiley

El Kalimotxo de Mama


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« Reply #456 on: 15 December 2009, 16:10:11 »
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Spanish is a very musical language..

Here's a Grinch song:

You're a Mean one Mr Grinch Music Video HQ (External Embedding Disabled)
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« Reply #457 on: 17 December 2009, 00:49:23 »
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Those ones to the non existant Dulcineas (Jilliy and Sky seem to be the only targets right now?) out there, any Sancho Pansa on this forum ready to go for the Giants?

I know Cervantes would turn in his grave listening to it in English, but I like the idea (and the Musical: The Man of La Mancha, a medevial Rattler by all rights Smiley ):

Impossible Dream


Dulcinea- Brian Stokes Mitchell


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Aldonza "Dulcinea" Lorenzo del Toboso is a fictional character who is referred to (but does not appear) in Miguel de Cervantes' novel Don Quixote. Seeking the traditions of the knights-errant of old, Don Quixote finds a true love whom he calls Dulcinea. She is a simple peasant in his home town, but Quixote imagines her to be the most beautiful of all women. At times, Quixote goes into detail about her appearance, though he freely admits that he has seen her only fleetingly and has never spoken with her.

Don Quixote describes her appearance in the following terms: "… her name is Dulcinea, her country El Toboso, a village of La Mancha, her rank must be at least that of a princess, since she is my queen and lady, and her beauty superhuman, since all the impossible and fanciful attributes of beauty which the poets apply to their ladies are verified in her; for her hairs are gold, her forehead Elysian fields, her eyebrows rainbows, her eyes suns, her cheeks roses, her lips coral, her teeth pearls, her neck alabaster, her bosom marble, her hands ivory, her fairness snow, and what modesty conceals from sight such, I think and imagine, as rational reflection can only extol, not compare."


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« Reply #458 on: 17 December 2009, 01:24:44 »
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I'm very much real,  Rattler.  Smiley

 

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« Reply #459 on: 17 December 2009, 01:36:19 »
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I'm very much real,  Rattler.  Smiley

It is a true relief for me to hear that from you  Brede lach  whistle

Dulicineas are muses, and by definition, do not exist (though some Mediterranean men sometimes seem to confuse them with their mother)...

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Incoming!!!

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