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What music are you listening to at this moment?

Miguel

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I'm having 90's withdrawals as of late so i tend to listen to euro dance now and then. Yeah i know it sounds cheap and silly but i like it, it reminds me of simple things like fixing my bicycle in the front yard around mid 90's :)

 

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I love old psychedelic and Progressive rock. I've been listening to my favorite bands, Pink Floyd, Yes, and Rush. I also have been listening to Gary Numan some. He was in Pittsburgh recently so I got to see him for the second time. This isn't Pittsburgh but it's from the same tour:

 

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Oh, boy. . .

I can see this thread going down some strange paths. Especially with me on board! o_O

You want lively? How 'bout some good old German Uber-Lebhaftigkeit?


Or a Chinese Ode to Youthful Vigor?


And yes, I watch that last one at least once a month!

In more reflective mood, I've recently rediscovered on youtube an artist whose LP I once possessed, Soula Birbili, one of the singers of the Greek "New Wave" of the 60's. Good for late-night listening, alone, or with a "friend":


Staying in Greece, of newer artists, I really like Dimitris Basis. I hesitated about posting this, as I had just been complimented on my restraint in not posting people throwing crockery. Oh, well:


Sorry, Ithy! :oops: But maybe this will get you back to the forum -- if only to give me a scolding! :p
 
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Erestor Arcamen

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Oh, boy. . .

I can see this thread going down some strange paths. Especially with me on board! o_O

You want lively? How 'bout some good old German Uber-Lebhaftigkeit?


Or a Chinese Ode to Youthful Vigor?


And yes, I watch that last one at least once a month!

In more reflective mood, I've recently rediscovered on youtube an artist whose LP I once possessed, Soula Birbili, one of the singers of the Greek "New Wave" of the 60's. Good for late-night listening, alone, or with a "friend":


Staying in Greece, of newer artists, I really like Dmitris Basis. I hesitated about posting this, as I had just been complimented on my restraint in not posting people throwing crockery. Oh, well:


Sorry, Ithy! :oops: But maybe this will get you back to the forum -- if only to give me a scolding! :p
LOL if you want to see something fun out of China:

 

CirdanLinweilin

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I'm having 90's withdrawals as of late so i tend to listen to euro dance now and then. Yeah i know it sounds cheap and silly but i like it, it reminds me of simple things like fixing my bicycle in the front yard around mid 90's :)

"In the Season of Hope" by Mychael Danna from The Man Who Invented Christmas soundtrack. A movie detailing how Charles Dickens wrote A Christmas Carol and how it forever changed Christmas.


Apt, considering it is December 3rd!

Happy and Merry Christmas everyone!


CL
 

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"The Politics & The Life" by Daniel Pemberton and Gareth Williams for King Arthur: Legend of the Sword






Already I am having Halo flashbacks.



Listen to it, you'll see what I mean.



"We Drop Feet First Into Hell in the knowledge...That We Will Rise."


CL
 

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I'm at work right now so I can't post the link but I'm listenning to Alfadhirhaiti by Heilung.
 

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