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#1 Musical selection of the day...

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Let's share our favorite music. There's several genres that I like ranging from classical, garage (surf, punk, indie), British invasion, R&B, southern rock, pop and whatever sounds good to me. Please share some of your favorite pieces, whatever the genre. Us old fogies need to be exposed to new stuff! With classical music, when I can start remembering who the composer is when I hear it, it's on my short list. Heard this the other night on the way home from a scout meeting. It's the polka from Antonin Dvorak's Czech Suite. Just beautiful. Hope you like it.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=smIB0aC7XCY

If you ever want to listen to classical music, anywhere in the world as long as you have have internet access, try WCPE right here in Wake Forest, NC USA. They have several streaming formats, all for free. http://theclassicalstation.org
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#2 Re: Musical selection of the day...

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I listened to this a lot towards the end of last year... I still like it so it seems to have stuck with me. I think it's the balance between Hannah Reid's voice and the stripped down backing sound that makes it work for me (a bit like Sade without the frills).
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0VdDYevWGRg
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#3 Re: Musical selection of the day...

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Youtube said "The uploader has not made this video available in your country." I'll search around for another video.

Here's my musical selection of the day. It's Pretty Things "Midnight To Six Man" from 1964. Love me some British Invasion. No lip synching or auto tune here. It's the real deal...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w3qJ-KPlt4M
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#4 Re: Musical selection of the day...

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not a classic yet, but try this
try this for a bit less classical, but far better
and this as one of my all time favorites

I need to stop editing this but ...
Awesome tune

and


ok.one more ... promise
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#5 Re: Musical selection of the day...

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one more ..... Robert Miles, Fable ( Dream Version ) Love it to bits 8)
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#6 Re: Musical selection of the day...

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scole250 wrote:Youtube said "The uploader has not made this video available in your country." I'll search around for another video.
Look for London Grammar - song title is Strong you may find a version you can watch - This is a good reason to hate the convoluted copyright system... (It would be nice if Google let us know which countries a video can be seen in.)

The Pretty Things did seem to kind of get squeezed out between the Stones and the Who... but they were a first rate R&B outfit.

Thinking of Robert Miles... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e83ZEb3jYv8 I saw the film many years ago and I still can't get it out of my head. I think it's the red hair... :D
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#7 Re: Musical selection of the day...

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When you said run lola run this was the first one I thought of Alizee - Moi Lolita
It's French ..... sorry :shock:

and talking of French red heads ---
Mylene Farmer 8) say no more
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#8 Re: Musical selection of the day...

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What a diverse selection we're sharing. I was a hick that grew up in rural southwest Ohio, near Cincinnati. I remember the first time I was exposed to music from a source other than the local oldies, top 40 and rock stations. I had friend that went to school in Luxembourg for a year back in the early-mid 80s. When he came back, he wore strange clothes :shock: and listened to very strange music. At first, we were like "Doug, what the he77 are listing to?". That was my introduction to "new wave" music. We had small local collage radio station that had started playing it too. Ultravox, Roxy Music, Depeche Mode. I really enjoyed it.

Anyway, back to the garage rock. Paul Revere, of Paul Revere and the Raiders just passed away. So here's my favorite tune by them, Good Thing...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EjGb-ZYQGPA
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#9 Re: Musical selection of the day...

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new wave, I'm a product of the 80's 8)
Duran Duran - Rio
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#10 Re: Musical selection of the day...

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That was quite a steamy video for the day...
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#11 Re: Musical selection of the day...

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I had the bleached highlighted hair etc. etc. then came Miami Vice :shock:
and after following more links and lots of blasts from the past with a big grin and singing away hit here

Savage Garden - To the moon and back
Love chasing you tube music videos, so many more memories in the songs than movies, books etc.

now onto Flashdance and Top Gun :D Used to put this on before I went racing mental 2 stroke production motorcycles on race tracks , the now wife banned me from listening to it before going out on the highways, especially with her on the back of the bike :twisted: Good times, although sometimes I wonder how I survived with only broken bones.
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#12 Re: Musical selection of the day...

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Alez, your tastes arn't too dissimilar to mine for 80's and 90's i think, I prefer Oakenfolds adagio tbh though, but flashdance n Top Gun really :roll:.

I like Eminem and upbeat dance stuff and i bloomin love AC/DC, Def leppard, i'm all over the place Bruno Mars, Calvin harris 90's dance,I'm Eclectic to be fair I even own some classical :).
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#13 Re: Musical selection of the day...

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Not everyone's cup of tea, but here in the US, Dion was big in the late 50's, early 60's. Alez, this for you...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JT23Bip_1x4

Hope there's no major damage.
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#14 Re: Musical selection of the day...

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scole250 wrote:Not everyone's cup of tea, but here in the US, Dion was big in the late 50's, early 60's. Alez, this for you...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JT23Bip_1x4

Hope there's no major damage.
Still around... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ldDb0mdPdBU

...I think I'll stick to French brunettes, at my age the redheads might be a little too more than I can cope with :D https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tl741QJJiRE

As a musical thought for the day here's something that brings back memories of a certain swamp r&b sound:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t8V6pPHMSEo
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#15 Re: Musical selection of the day...

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Some awesome choices in here, there are also some interesting choices here too Alez ;)

Since it appears to be the weekend I'm going for some dance numbers, currently I'm listening to a bit of:
Kiesza - Hideaway
The Magician - Sunlight feat. Years & Years
Sigma ft Paloma Faith - Changing (Majestic Remix)
Wankelmut & Emma Louise - My Head Is A Jungle (MK Remix)
Make sure you get the remixed versions of the two above - in my humble opinion 8)

And for something slightly cultured (it's French)
Kate Ryan - Libertine
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#16 Re: Musical selection of the day...

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And since this has just come to the top of my playlist, if your looking for something a bit more chilled:
Give You Up (Darius Remix) - Crayon
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#17 Re: Musical selection of the day...

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This is my current fave

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#18 Re: Musical selection of the day...

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37 years earlier, in 1968, they gave their farewell concert in the same place. Goodbye Jack...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dCc00pX_pFA
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#19 Re: Musical selection of the day...

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Fall is finally here in eastern North Carolina. Nice crisp cool mornings this week. Highs in the 70s, lows in the 40s. Whenever the seasons change, I always enjoy listening to one of Vivaldi's Four Seasons concertos. Here's all three movements of Concerto No. 3, Autumn...https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BfmGsC1PGFQ

Featuring Scottish classical violinist, Nicola Benedetti :love7:

(Sorry about the ad. This was best performance I could find on youtube)
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#20 Re: Musical selection of the day...

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I'm sure by now you are all in awe of my musical choices so here are the track coming up under "shuffle playlist" conditions tonight.
Pussycat Dolls - I don't need a man
Röyksopp - So Easy
Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers - Runnin' Down A Dream
Finley Quaye - Sunday Shining

Even I'm intrigued to see what's coming on next :D..........

Sister Sledge - Lost In Music (Dimitri From Paris Remix)
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#21 Re: Musical selection of the day...

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scole250 wrote:Featuring Scottish classical violinist, Nicola Benedetti :love7:
...Clan Benedetti sure does seem to get around :D ...is that a Strad she's playing ? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XmMN-6g1L8w :love4:

This lot always turn up somewhere around Autumn - looks like Silver's choice of Tome Petty set this one up:
The Travelling Wilburys - Handle With Care: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L8s9dmuAKvU
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#22 Re: Musical selection of the day...

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Nicola Benedetti, I do not like your taste in women :P.
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#23 Re: Musical selection of the day...

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Just got my XM radio replaced after almost a year. Missed Underground Garage channel. Here's the first song I heard after getting it installed (yeah, it's an oldie but goodie) Manfred Mann/Pretty Flamigo...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JOvtqmqBiiM

And for those who don't like classic garage, maybe this is a little more your liking, Ravonettes/Red Tan...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RyIgDF9eA3A
(if it sounds rough, wait until the 50 sec mark, harmony changes there)
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#24 Re: Musical selection of the day...

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#25 Re: Musical selection of the day...

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How about a little holiday music, Ave Maria featuring Jessye Norman....
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=do5ZmQQM8AE


And one for the heathens, Silent Night - Green Day style...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mQPkP5qar8Q
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#26 Re: Musical selection of the day...

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Some more funky tunes for you:
A-Trak - Push feat. Andrew Wyatt -
Mark Ronson - Uptown Funk ft. Bruno Mars -
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#27 Re: Musical selection of the day...

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Interesting. I like this threat because it displays the wide diversity in music appreciation on TSBT. Everyone feel free to post your favorite music here.

I heard this song for the first time in ages this past weekend. I was born about 15-20 years too late....

The Flying Machine - Smile A Little Smile For Me
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BR3xcZ-osqE

The Hollies - Carrie Ann
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ERCWJigX3Bw

I realize those are like elevator music to most of you, but I'm sure there's a few that it brings back memories for. :)
(too many oldies for you so I trimmed it back)
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#28 Re: Musical selection of the day...

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Here's a popular regional Christmas song. Enjoy...

Rudolph the Redneck Reindeer by Donnie Murray and the Smokey Mountain Oyster Band

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#29 Re: Musical selection of the day...

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Been one of my favorites for a while now. Watermat - Bullit

just turn up the bass :D

though been loving this one too Tove Lo - Habits ( Stay High )
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#30 Re: Musical selection of the day...

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tonight's top two were

Steve Earle - Copperhead Road
followed by

Savage Garden - Affirmation
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#31 Re: Musical selection of the day...

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The Fool On The Hill...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UNfS9Ywb2Cc
...a bit in all of us here, thankfully, don't you think?
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#32 Re: Musical selection of the day...

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Harold Faltermeyer - Axel F (Extended Version)

then one of the best and most recognisable theme tunes Jan Hammer - Crockett's Theme (Miami Vice)

followed by Glenn Frey - You Belong To The City some of the best saxs since the lost boys :D
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#33 Re: Musical selection of the day...

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This song is the 1964 B side of the Zombies hit "She's Not There". There's a lot of great music on the B side.

Here's "You Make Me Feel Good"...
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#34 Re: Musical selection of the day...

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Some older soul classics on tonights musical mystery tour:

Marlena Shaw - California Soul


Jocelyn Brown - Somebody Else´s Guy


Diana Ross - Upside down


The Velvettes - He was really sayin' somethin'


Ray Charles - I've Got A Woman


Have to say that I spent far too much money buying headphones, amp and a dac last year but man it sounds awesome 8)
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#35 Re: Musical selection of the day...

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Tonight we've had a bit of:

Faith Evans- Mesmerized


Stacie Orrico - Stuck


Blonde - I Loved You (feat. Melissa Steel)


Yes - Owner Of A Lonely Heart
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#36 Re: Musical selection of the day...

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Early punk...

The Vibrators - Baby Baby...


Eddie & The Hot Rods - Do Anything You Wanna Do...https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=44JomxG4it8
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#37 Re: Musical selection of the day...

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Lots of bands have covered Road Runner, but it doesn't get any better than Aerosmith's go at it...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ab9k_tpgFJ4
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#38 Re: Musical selection of the day...

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Thanks for that Scole, made for a good start to Monday morning :headbang:
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How about another Aerosmith tune? Sweet Emotion released in 1975. I heard it this morning and it took me back to my teenage years. I don't think the official MTV video meshes with the song well. Not what stirs in me when I hear it anyway.

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Going a bit dancy tonight Image

Ella Eyre - Good Times -
Felix Jaehn - Ain’t Nobody (Loves Me Better) ft. Jasmine Thompson -
Gregory Porter - Liquid Spirit (Claptone Remix) -
Major Lazer & DJ Snake - Lean On (feat. MØ) -
Selena Gomez - Good For You -
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I love The Beach Boys. I was born about 20 years too late. From 1966, "Sloop John B", based on the traditional folk song from The Bahamas, "The John B. Sails"...
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I had never heard this song by this group until recently on my satellite radio station. It was, of course, written by and originally released by The Beatles in 1965. This version, produced by The Beatles and performed by The Silkie was released only 2 months later.

Here's The Silkie performing "You've Got to Hide Your Love Away"

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#43 Re: Musical selection of the day...

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New year, old music - well not that old but you know what I mean.

Tom Petty - Free Fallin' -
James Taylor - Fire & Rain -
Matchbox Twenty - 3AM -
Caro Emerald - That Man -
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Getting married next month .. :oops:
Fleetwood Mac - Songbird -
... is that apple pie I smell

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utopia-i wrote:Getting married next month .. :oops:
Not sure whether to congratulate you or schedule an intervention :lol: Tell us about your mate :)
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This will be 2nd go, my first wife died of cancer but time to move onwards and plan for retirement, always wanted to go to MIT campus for a look around but guess it a non honeymoon option. Utah is a firm favourite but a fair hike ... Aberdeenshire is a favourite closer to home but not a fan of boat trips with all the rain.

That reminds me, will need to get some WUs downloaded before going away and offline, get that cc config thingy back in buisiness.
... is that apple pie I smell

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#47 Re: Musical selection of the day...

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In memory of David Bowie, a less covered but interesting tune from 1973. I really like it. "Panic In Detroit"...


And going back for even earlier punk. From Australia ~1965 , Tony Worsley and the Fabulous Blue Jays, "How Can It Be"...
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I've always liked Dave Edmunds rockabilly music. I heard this on Underground Garage yesterday for the first time and liked it. Not rockabilly but it has soul.

"Take me for a little while" from the album "Repeat when necessary" by Welsh rock musician Dave Edmunds in 1979. Heard on The Sopranos Season 4 Episode 6 "Everybody Hurts" from 2002.

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Happy birthday George...

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Iggy Pop performs a new song accompanied by Joshua Homme from his forthcoming album "Post Pop Depression"

Here's Gardenia...

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