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what tunes are you listening to?
clareblues1
Was listening to earlier...Clair de lune, Claude Debussy. A nice adaptation for the harp. Smile

*EDIT* Also rather fond of the Consolation number 3 by Liszt. Nice recording here...
https://m.youtube...S5LRRsNYZk
Edited by clareblues1 on 14 July 2016 21:47:04
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the wise reject what they think.
 
littlesue
Have now got my Monkees CD 'Good Times'.
Loving it.
Cold.....you don't know the meaning of cold.
Cold is when you have ice on the INSIDE of the window!!!


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sweevo
"Lazing on a Sunday Afternoon" by Queen, from their 1975 album A Night at the Opera - a song which I listen to first thing every Sunday afternoon. Smile
 
Scott
I'm working through a run of Avantasia records at the moment. Avantasia are a bit like Ayreon albums in that they written by one guy usually have a story arc running through them and feature many guest musicians and vocalists.

Their latest album is called Ghostlights and is rather jolly good. Here's a link to the first track on the album, which was written especially for a certain guest vocalist who couldn't then make the recording. I bet you can't guess who was supposed to sing it Wink

https://www.youtu...w_58CQWHFQ
 
sweevo
"Il funerale" by Angelo Branduardi, from his 1976 album "Alla fiera dell'est" (as you might have guessed, it's in Italian). You can listen to the track below:

https://www.youtu...DqDA70vj5k
 
Neil C
Just bought some old Peter Gabriel songs like "Steam" etc, also Wet Wet Wet's "Love is all Around" etc. Frank Ifield's "The Essential Collection" is another new acquisition, with "I Remember You" and "She Taught Me How to Yodel" being my faves on that 'un. Bought Tim Minchen's "Come Home (Cardinal Pell)" music video a couple of months ago, which is great fun for an important cause.
Very much enjoying the 5 albums of acapella music by Van Canto, with highlights like... "Water, Fire, Heaven, Earth" and "Starlight", "Speed of Light", even some covers like "Fear of the Dark", and "Master of Puppets".
On the heavier side... a live album called "Through the Never" by Metallica is a newer one for me, and good value for fans too. "Immortalized" is a brilliant album by a group I hadn't heard of called Disturbed. A classic with efforts like "The Vengeful One", "Tyrant", "Fire it Up" and of course the album's eponymous track (to name a few).
Of course Dave Matthews and Tim Reynolds' "Live at Radio City" is never far away from from popping up on the playlist again Smile

P.s. How could I forget ?? The Hand of Doom Orchestra Plays Iron Maiden: "Piece of Mind - The Orchestral Tribute"... is a seminal effort of translating the power and wonder of the Irons to a classical setting.... Rocking; 5 stars !!
Edited by Neil C on 03 September 2016 15:51:51
 
Gauda Cheese
Post Pop Depression by Iggy Pop. It is amazing and with Josh Homme and Dean Fertita behind him its no surprise.
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Gauda Cheese
Gauda Cheese wrote:

Post Pop Depression by Iggy Pop. It is amazing and with Josh Homme and Dean Fertita behind him its no surprise.


Trust me its amazing! YouTube the video Sunday
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rojkerr1
Replicas, Tubeway Army
 
sweevo
"Behind Blue Eyes" by The Who, after seeing a 7th Doctor tribute video featuring the song. Been listening to it ad infinitum, as it suits my mood and persona down to a T at this moment (even though my eyes aren't blue, they're two slightly different colours - one grey, the other brown). The video (not mine) can be viewed here: https://www.youtu...1iRo-8BqDM
 
Astullken
Speaking of the Who, the track I have on repeat at the moment is a cover version of Elton John's "Don't Let the Sun Go Down on Me" but sung by Roger Daltrey. It is off of the soundtrack from "The Lost Boys" movie.
"Blake is sitting up in a tree. Travis is sitting up in another tree. Unless they are planning to throw nuts at one another I don't see much of a fight developing before it get light!" --Avon
 
sweevo
"Bright Eyes" by Art Garfunkel, from the 1979 animated film "Watership Down", adapted from Richard Adams's novel.
 
Gauda Cheese
Liquid Swords by GZA the Genius.
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Travisina
sweevo wrote:

"Bright Eyes" by Art Garfunkel, from the 1979 animated film "Watership Down", adapted from Richard Adams's novel.

Lovely song. I had it on an Art Garfunkel album - another of my fave songs from that was the haunting 'Waters of March'.
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There's no point being grown up if you can't be childish sometimes
 
Angry Angel
Travisina wrote:

sweevo wrote:

"Bright Eyes" by Art Garfunkel, from the 1979 animated film "Watership Down", adapted from Richard Adams's novel.

Lovely song. I had it on an Art Garfunkel album - another of my fave songs from that was the haunting 'Waters of March'.


I loved that song when I was little, probably the first single I bought!
 
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rojkerr1
Captain Scarlet soundtrack
 
sweevo
The Watcher's suite from the Doctor Who story "Logopolis", which is my go-to music for when I am feeling haunted by nagging thoughts.
 
sweevo
The Segata Sanshiro theme song. Smile
 
rojkerr1
Hi Sweevo, how do you get the Logopolis soundtrack, was it a download. Love that score, and the chase music too
 
rojkerr1
Caves of Androzani soundtrack, Sharaz jek rattlesnake theme...wow
 
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