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How about sharing some of your favourite songs? (2 Viewers)

Aquarius

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[video=youtube;hnpILIIo9ek]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hnpILIIo9ek[/video]

Is this the one you mean?
 

Aquarius

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The previous one is not quite my cuppa tea.
This one is more like it:

[video=youtube;AaEGwph2Qr4]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AaEGwph2Qr4&feature=emb_rel_end[/video]
 

Turnbull

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[video=youtube;iKc7KkXtbDo]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iKc7KkXtbDo[/video]

Ashley Carr died in 2016, before producing his first album. His mom put up his website again (djredlight.com) where all his stuff can be legally downloaded -- he put it there to create a name for himself.

Ashley is my absolute favorite musician. I hate that his works will only be niche now.
 

Lumiiberry

Senior Member
"Everything Stays" - from Adventure Time (Marceline)

Let's go in the garden
You'll find something waiting
Right there where you left it
Lying upside down

When you finally find it
You'll see how it's faded
The underside is lighter
When you turn it around

Everything stays right where you left it
Everything stays but it still changes
Ever so slightly
Daily and nightly
In little ways when everything stays
 

Bloggsworth

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"To Know Him Is To Love Him" by The Teddy Bears. When this came out it altered pop music, it was truly a game-changer. Phil Spector, in this recording, invented "The wall of sound" by overdubbing vocals to create a "density" in a time when recordings had, as it were, an atmospheric emptiness - No 24 track tape recorders, no digital effects.

[video=youtube_share;tIUf6dOGc1c]https://youtu.be/tIUf6dOGc1c[/video]
 

Aquarius

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"To Know Him Is To Love Him" by The Teddy Bears. When this came out it altered pop music, it was truly a game-changer. Phil Spector, in this recording, invented "The wall of sound" by overdubbing vocals to create a "density" in a time when recordings had, as it were, an atmospheric emptiness - No 24 track tape recorders, no digital effects.

[video=youtube_share;tIUf6dOGc1c]https://youtu.be/tIUf6dOGc1c[/video]

Oh yes, I remember it well!
 

Aquarius

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[video=youtube;wlR0KElxxVg]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wlR0KElxxVg[/video]


Believe it or not, that's what I really would like to do - and that to this day!
 

SueC

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Senior Mentor
This has always been a favorite -it's like watching a sad movie when you need a good cry, but can't find the time to work it up on your own. This song is so sad and hits all the moments in life. Can't listen to it all the time, but when I do, it's a flood and often welcome

[video=youtube;D_P-v1BVQn8]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D_P-v1BVQn8[/video]
 

indianroads

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My musical tastes are all over the map - but this is one of my favorites.

[video=youtube_share;YfASumLhC2U]https://youtu.be/YfASumLhC2U[/video]
 

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