classic proper tunes thread
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#52

Eccore Wrote:what do you think about the debussy versions?

They're nice, but I much prefer the simple piano versions. The beauty of these pieces for me is the amount of space in them (especially in no.3) and the orchestrations rather fill it all in.
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#55

I think it's this song that got me into electronic music...


Still fucking incredible music!!Homerdrool
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#58

shouldn't the sun ra tune be relocated to "my" thread Teef
http://subvertcentral.com/forum/showthread.php?t=51856
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#59

TVG Wrote:shouldn't the sun ra tune be relocated to "my" thread Teef
http://subvertcentral.com/forum/showthread.php?t=51856

I'm undecided Smile

it's Sun Ra in 'big band' mode


well done on the Noel Coward tune though Xyxthumbs
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#60

actually it was this thread that inspired that: http://subvertcentral.com/forum/showthread.php?t=11691

thought i should look for something outside my comfort zone. so i thought, "i've never explored 30s music outside blues." turns out it sounds pretty fresh * to me. Smile

oh yeah, and i just want the sun ra tune as it will compliment my thread Teef

* especially after having to listened to a few quite long and confusing recordings by charles gayle (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gp73fljcDOM) Hahaha
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#61

Statto, that commitments stuff is rubbish Icon_razz
Keep JUMPin ya Bastids
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#62

Statto probably Wrote:I like any old rubbish

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Don Cherry Wrote:Every human is blessed in her or his life with one love (passion), no matter how long it may last. This Absolute love will last in one's heart and soul forever.
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#63

Lol
Keep JUMPin ya Bastids
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#64

Naphta Wrote:Statto, that commitments stuff is rubbish Icon_razz

no it isn't :P

your negative opinion is probably due to it being Dublin
especially: you see Andrew Strong, think "arsehole", and turn your ears off

but those performances are great Yes
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#65

Macc Wrote:
Statto probably Wrote:I like any old rubbish

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http://subvertcentral.com/forum/showthre...post364565

Wink
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#66


an awesome performance – corny as hell, but what power!!!
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#67

one for MetaLX


Lovesmilie
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#68

one for qu:rec


Twothumbs
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#69

and one for TVG


or watch the whole thing here:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pgCctNqoEv8
though the sound quality isn't very good and there's some guy talking in italian over the beginning
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#70

Xyxthumbs really interesting and captivating. referring back to the "context" thread, it's interesting trying to imagine watching that in a theatre during the depression era.

my research shows this one is definitely a classic. quite catchy too (from the mid-40's though):
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#71

Grin what a thread Lovesmilie

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#72

James brown on the minimoog Falcon

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#73

Couldn't decide which version, both are heart-melting JEDIcrying


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TVG Wrote:my research shows this one is definitely a classic. quite catchy too (from the mid-40's though):

Hoagy Carmichael Xyxthumbs

btw Lauren Bacall doesn't actually sing in that film (To Have and Have Not)
she's miming to tracks by a 16-year old Andy Williams

Grin
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cycom Wrote:James brown on the minimoog Falcon

Falcon
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