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    Fiona Joy Hawkins - 600 Years In A Moment

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    OPENING QUOTE: "Let me introduce you to a greek band, named Minor Project.

    Their album, In Colours, is their first one and this is my favorite song:"
    CLOSING QUOTE

    HERE =>

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    How do we upload you tube videos???:confused:
    Just quote me (this post) by clicking on Reply with Quote, and look at the full (correct) video embedding address, at the right of where it says HERE =>
    - You almost got it; instead of m. in front of youtube, just type www.
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    Angie Palmer - Meanwhile As Night Falls

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    Quote Originally Posted by NorthStar View Post
    OPENING QUOTE: "Let me introduce you to a greek band, named Minor Project.

    Their album, In Colours, is their first one and this is my favorite song:"
    CLOSING QUOTE

    HERE => k

    Just quote me (this post) by clicking on Reply with Quote, and look at the full (correct) video embedding address, at the right of where it says HERE =>
    - You almost got it; instead of m. in front of youtube, just type www.
    Thanks for your help!
    I 'll give it a try ...

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    Queen Latifah (the Dana Owens album)- a wonderful jazz voice for those who don't already know!
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    EBTG: Amplified Heart



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    Early AM listening, Tord Gustavsen Trio:

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    Rosanne Cash - The List
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    DEAD MAN'S BONES --My body's a zombie for you



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    Last edited by dlb2; April 17, 2013 at 08:22 PM. Reason: replace picture
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    Quote Originally Posted by Penelopie View Post
    DEAD MAN'S BONES --My body's a zombie for you
    I like this. I'll have to check into them more. Thanks!

    Quote Originally Posted by NorthStar View Post
    This is truly scary sh!t up there!
    Don't be afraid Bob. Jump right in! It's all good.
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    Yeah, I did just that, and look where I'm at now!
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    Linda Eder - Gold
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    GRRR - The Rolling Stones

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    I don't know yet how to upload a bigger picture...
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    Quote Originally Posted by bart View Post
    GRRR - The Rolling Stones

    41TzDVdFIXL._SX385_.jpg

    Awesome HD-versions of 50 songs.
    I don't know yet how to upload a bigger picture...
    Bart, do it manually: no [Attachments], no [Insert Image]. Don't use their logos from your top toolbar.

    Me I simply type the URL image address between the required brackets, which I type myself: [IMG}.................{/IMG]

    And of course, instead of } and { , type ] and [
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    Lightbulb Test only



    * Bart, simply quote my post here by clicking on [Reply With Quote], and just look how I did it; very easy.

    The simple trick: Do it MANUALLY; write down those "image" brackets yourself and the URL image address between them brackets as well, of course.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NorthStar View Post
    This is truly scary sh!t up there!
    It's...nice stuff..!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dlb2 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by NorthStar View Post
    This is truly scary sh!t up there!
    Quote Originally Posted by Penelopie View Post
    It's...nice stuff..!
    What is it exactly!??!

    * BTW, I mentioned the words "scary sh!t" because for a moment I thought I saw a 'scary' apparition! :eek:
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    Quote Originally Posted by NorthStar View Post
    What is it exactly!??!

    * BTW, I mentioned the words "scary sh!t" because for a moment I thought I saw a 'scary' apparition! :eek:
    As it is mentioned, this clip has been made in order to pay tribute to a film director , George Romero. These must be scenes of a movie, I don't know which one of his movies...From what I know, he was making movies about living dead.
    The thing is that the song has nothing to do with the clip.

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    Guys, if you notice that I express my self in english, in a way that I m not sufficiently understood by you, please let me know!!!
    Thank you!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Penelopie View Post
    Guys, if you notice that I don't express my self in english, in a way that I m understood by you, please let me know!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by joeinid View Post
    You are doing VERY well. Don't worry.

    Thank you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Penelopie View Post
    As it is mentioned, this clip has been made in order to pay tribute to a film director , George Romero. These must be scenes of a movie, I don't know which one of his movies...From what I know, he was making movies about living dead.
    The thing is that the song has nothing to do with the clip.
    The only thing I see on my screen is a caricature of Homer Simpson (Masterlu), D'OH!
    * I was referring to 'only' Doug's post (dlb2 - post #159, page 16)), the one right above mine (#160), and not yours (#158) which is the one above Doug's post.
    - I was confused for a moment, till I checked back and finally got it.
    BUT! Zombies, living dead people, and ******** have certainly some' in common.

    Quote Originally Posted by Penelopie View Post
    Guys, if you notice that I express my self in english, in a way that I m not sufficiently understood by you, please let me know!!!
    Thank you!
    Your English is one billion times better than mine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NorthStar View Post
    Your English is one billion times better than mine.
    You're very kind!
    Thank you!

    No matter what, this is for sure:we can all communicate through the universal language of music....


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    Mary Lou Williams Live At Rick's Cafe. Two cd set that is worth every minute. Swinging interpretations of a number of well known composers. Sound quality is very good. Listen and enjoy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dennis_partlow View Post
    Mary Lou Williams Live At Rick's Cafe. Two cd set that is worth every minute. Swinging interpretations of a number of well known composers. Sound quality is very good. Listen and enjoy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NorthStar View Post
    * I was referring to 'only' Doug's post (dlb2 - post #159, page 16)), the one right above mine (#160), and not yours (#158) which is the one above Doug's post.


    Sorry about that... It worked fine when I posted it. Now fixed!
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    I'm not listening to anything tonight. I had to unplug due to some nasty thunderstorms (lightning) rolling through here.
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    Jackson Browne - Love Is Strange

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    Quote Originally Posted by dlb2 View Post
    Sorry about that... It worked fine when I posted it. Now fixed!
    Ha! That changes everything. ...I deleted my replying post because now it makes no sense at all.
    Don't sweat it Doug; I'm glad that you now 'intercepted' that little non-important omission.
    {Funny sometimes how a very little innocent mistake can confuse few.} Lol ...We sure were derailed few of us!

    Quote Originally Posted by dlb2 View Post
    I'm not listening to anything tonight. I had to unplug due to some nasty thunderstorms (lightning) rolling through here.
    Bummer!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dlb2 View Post
    I'm not listening to anything tonight. I had to unplug due to some nasty thunderstorms (lightning) rolling through here.


    Youn Son Nah: Same Girl

    Met Ron (roncagg) at the NY Audio show and the vendor put his CD on. An interesting collection of eclectic music sung with a beautiful voice.

    Great choice, Ron!

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    Quote Originally Posted by socfan12 View Post


    Youn Son Nah: Same Girl

    Met Ron (roncagg) at the NY Audio show and the vendor put his CD on. An interesting collection of eclectic music sung with a beautiful voice.

    Great choice, Ron!

    Allen.. I think we really have a few things in common.

    WOW///
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    This is for you Allen.

    Woong San - The Boulevard of Broken Dream

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    This lady has soul to burn & a very well recorded album too. Definitely getting more of hers.


    Last edited by sharkmouth; April 18, 2013 at 02:37 AM.

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    Not bad for a "then" young fella.



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    Gotta go & listen to this as a follow up....



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    The Allman Brothers Band - Eat A Peach

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueMcIntosh View Post
    This is for you Allen.

    Woong San - The Boulevard of Broken Dream

    Paul, thanks for this! I didn't get past the 2 minute mark before thinking I gotta buy some CDs of this artist! Love the sound and the music! Email which CDs you think I should get. Very nice, thank you my friend!


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    Quote Originally Posted by dlb2 View Post
    I've been playing this CD a lot lately. Love her voice. Kimbra, too.


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    Something a little different:

    Sinead O'Connor: Sean-Nos Nua

    Means something like 'Old Done New'. Sinead takes traditional Irish songs and adds contemporary arrangements and rhythms.
    Get past her drama, she has a wonderful voice.



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    Quote Originally Posted by socfan12 View Post
    I've been playing this CD a lot lately. Love her voice. Kimbra, too.
    I know a lot of people don't like her because of how she lived her life, but she had a great voice. It was filled with grit and gristle and so soulful. It didn't hurt that the Dap-Kings backed her up either.

    Quote Originally Posted by socfan12 View Post
    Something a little different:

    Sinead O'Connor: Sean-Nos Nua

    Means something like 'Old Done New'. Sinead takes traditional Irish songs and adds contemporary arrangements and rhythms.
    Get past her drama, she has a wonderful voice.

    Another great album. Sinead has the voice of an angel. She's probably my favorite female singer. So much feeling and raw emotion with amazing control. I haven't seen this cover before, this is the one I have...

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    Quote Originally Posted by dlb2 View Post
    I know a lot of people don't like her because of how she lived her life, but she had a great voice. It was filled with grit and gristle and so soulful. It didn't hurt that the Dap-Kings backed her up either.



    Another great album. Sinead has the voice of an angel. She's probably my favorite female singer. So much feeling and raw emotion with amazing control. I haven't seen this cover before, this is the one I have...

    Oops, posted the wrong album art! Thx for the correction, Doug!

    Wow, you and I have a lot in common. Now you know where my screen name comes from... .


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    Eric Kunzel & The Cincinnati Pops - The Big Picture [Super Audio CD - DSD]

    My house is rattling right now


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    Quote Originally Posted by socfan12 View Post
    Wow, you and I have a lot in common. Now you know where my screen name comes from... .
    It makes perfect sense to me now.

    She could sing the phone book and make it sound amazing!

    I guess I don't have to tell you how awesome this album is...

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    Moody Blues-7th Sojourn-UK pressing--sounds wonderful.
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    Stanley Clarke - At the Movies. ( Good CD to test your speakers )



    All songs written by Stanley Clarke
    "Passenger 57 Main Title - Passenger 57" – 3:22
    "Lisa - Passenger 57" – 4:33
    "Justice's Groove - Poetic Justice" – 3:50
    "Lucky Again - Poetic Justice" – 5:58
    "Father And Son - Boys In The Hood" – 1:33
    "Theme From Boyz N The Hood - Boys In The Hood" – 6:52
    "Grandpa's Theme - Little Big League" – 2:25
    "Higher Learning Main Title - Higher Learning" – 2:31
    "The Learning Curve" – 3:29
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    "Capital/Naty's Theme - Panther" – 2:31
    "Meeting - Panther" – 1:34
    "Deja's Theme - Higher Learning" – 4:00
    "Black On Black Crime - Boyz N The Hood" – 4:38
    "Max's Theme - Tap" – 3:13
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