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Music What are you listening to now?

shyvas

Deity
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That was amazing ! What an audience !! I had to watch it on YT as I couldn't access the video that you posted.

 

blues

World Class Member
That was amazing ! What an audience !! I had to watch it on YT as I couldn't access the video that you posted.
Well that's what happened to me as well shyvas ,so I deleted that post and posted the YT link and it still comes up as posted:???:

I agree, he (they) really get the audience pumped up.:)
 

Mikkel

Addicted Poster
The Norwegian audiobook "Who Killed Birgitte Tengs". It's about a murder case in Norway that was really special, and had so many error and faults in it, where they more or less "sacrified" her cousin to get someone convicted...
 

shyvas

Deity
Forum Moderator

http://www.buenavistasocialclub.com/story/

As Cuban revolutions go, it was an entirely peaceable uprising – but its impact could not have been more profound. On the release of the Buena Vista Social Club™ album in 1997, few outside the specialist world music audience initially took much notice of the record’s elegantly sculpted tunes and warm, acoustic rhythms. Then something extraordinary occurred
 
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Indian Summer

Cult Leader
Administrator
Interesting, beautiful and enthralling, yet melancholy and haunting version of Scarborough Fair by Nox Arcana. Scarborough fair is originally an English ballad, but was popularised by Simon & Garfunkel in the 1960s:
I'm listening to this over and over ... and over! :)
 

Val

Extraterrestrial
Interesting, beautiful and enthralling, yet melancholy and haunting version of Scarborough Fair by Nox Arcana. Scarborough fair is originally an English ballad, but was popularised by Simon & Garfunkel in the 1960s:
I'm listening to this over and over ... and over! :)
This would be a decent soundtrack for a video game.:D ...I love "Scarborough fair" too,- when i was in the hospital, i learned it by heart, and it helped me to stay sane.:p Later i heard a version by some Irish folk-pop woman-singer, and that was not bad.:)
 

shyvas

Deity
Forum Moderator
Interesting, beautiful and enthralling, yet melancholy and haunting version of Scarborough Fair by Nox Arcana. Scarborough fair is originally an English ballad, but was popularised by Simon & Garfunkel in the 1960s:
I'm listening to this over and over ... and over! :)
SF is one of my favourite songs. I really like Nox Arcana's version as it has a lot of depth. I don't know whether a harpsichord is used as an instrument.

A beautiful song indeed !
 
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