What Are You Listening To Right Now - Page 614




 
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Boots
 
August 24th, 2009  
rattler
 
 
Jilly, much appreciated, my pleasure.

Now:

A classic, dubbed here, but also interesting, *my* kind of music to have me swirl over the dance floor, looking sophisticated, in my tuxedo & "pajarita", my cowboy boots shining and clacking the rhythm, and - of cause - with a GinTonix in hand... :) ... make that around 0400+ local, girls at my feet by then... do I need tell more? :)


This one also works (turn up basses, youtube does not have them):

Enjoy,

Rattler

P.S.: This is the "classic" I was refering to, some like it better, on the dance floor works the same for me: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lgWm8o_lE7M, (again: turn up basses well) R.
August 24th, 2009  
Solideo
 
Makes me laugh (I dont...understand lyrics...LOL)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r_MMuS7WQj0
August 25th, 2009  
Jilly
 
 
How am I supposed to live with you?


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=59hKVQv47Bo


I love Motown too -

Here a favorite of mine:

My guy - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_h5_d7mD8kI
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Boots
August 25th, 2009  
Solideo
 
Rage....
August 25th, 2009  
rattler
 
 
... to some strange tecno-trance stuff, anybody can identify it?

My future wife Svetlana in her Sukhoi 26/31 (donīt tell her, she doesnt know yet :) )


Rattler

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... and as this forum does not allow to post twice in a row, even if its half a day later and about something completly different, here an EDIT (new post, actually):

Quote:
Originally Posted by Jilly
How am I supposed to live with you?
this probably wanted to say "without" you? Or is it the classical Freudian Slip (then ! think !)?


Quote:
Originally Posted by Jilly
I love Motown too -

Here a favorite of mine:

My guy - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_h5_d7mD8kI

Well the obvious answer would be "My Girl" (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GCRcra2o964), but if youīre into Motown you will like the one I am currently listening to (you have opened a long closed door in my musical memories):

Also Temptations, "Just my Imagination"


Enjoy,

Rattler

P.S.: ATTN Mods: Isnīt this a bit off sensibility? I know I asked before, got my answer, and I am complying (for the record: reluctantly), but I still do not see the sense in that rule.... R.
August 25th, 2009  
Jilly
 
 
this probably wanted to say "without" you? Or is it the classical Freudian Slip (then ! think !)?

hehehe.....Yes, just a slip! It's 'without' you.

Here's another great Motown song:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A6SfVgR-420
August 26th, 2009  
rattler
 
 
Ok, here my nicest version of Ludwig Vanīs 5th (well worth watching while listening, but listening to it on the sofa with your gal in the arms, or just with eyes closed makes you understand why pilots like to do aerobatics to this stuff...).

I always loved (the young!) Karajan, with German precision, and then with his personal fervor imposing his own speed rules to old partitures, and then deciding doubling/tripling the basses in the small units... This one, with the big guns (7! contrabasses!... and another 6 or 7 celli! see 1:14 part 1) is impressive to say the least... Disco form the past, so to say....

So, turn he basses up, the trebles down and enjoy the two parts from 1966 (2 parts because of length)!

Rattler

Ludwig Van, 5th, directed by Karajan, Part 1


Ludwig Van, 5th, directed by Karajan, Part 2
August 26th, 2009  
rattler
 
 
... and living totally classical today reminded me of my choir times, and then it reminded me of Rob... and then of the hard times when singing JSB Mass in H-Moll (B-Minor in English?) which in the end turned out to be too much for me....

So: ...this one for you, Rob (donīt try at home w/o adult supervision, these are bastards to sing... - esp the male voices...)

JSB, BWV 232, "Gloria et in terra pax" (excerpt)


JSB, BWV 232, "Crucifixus"


JSB, BWV 232, "Hosianah en excelsis"


JSB, BWV 232


Enjoy,

Rattler
August 26th, 2009  
Jilly
 
 
Rattler, I have heard the first two at various times before, can't remember where now. Very powerful music.

I like this artist, she has a really good voice. A couple of my favorite songs by her:


Martina McBride - Ride

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e3bKcuRw87E

(sorry, embedding not allowed in this one)

wildAngels
August 26th, 2009  
rattler
 
 
Jilly,

maybe its not my kind of music simply, she is not bad, well arranged, nice lyrics, great vids, but:

Voice?

Voice must give me the creeps to qualify.

Try this, then we talk again, if yo havent got goose bumps by 1:38 or at 3:58 maybe I do not understand the term correctly.... (turn your volume up a wee bit and trebles down, itīs a 1969 recording):

A *Voice* from the Past


Alternatively, another one (actually, two!), it works w/o creeps also (EDIT: A lie, goose bumps along also.... ):

What Can I Say?


Enjoy,

Rattler

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(EDIT, 14 hours later, for not double posting):

I do not believe it: How could I ever forget this divine song, and for so long?

Havenīt listened to it for 20 yrs+ or so and just by chance stumbled over it again today.... One of my all time favorites (and maybe I shouldhave chosen this for "voice" and goose bumps....)

Enjoy, from Warsaw to Rome!

Yello, "Rhythm Divine"


Rattler