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Fri 18-May-12
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seth
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In stereo ?

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Fri 18-May-12
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ep
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It's like this Seth...she's trying to sync both videos...double the impact....roll_eyesroll_eyesbig_laughbig_laugh 

Who lives long sees much : The diary of my life in Bulgaria
Sat 19-May-12
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Good evening to you all on this fine sunny one smile Just out of interest how do you post videos from YouTube etc on here ??? Meeing a bit of a luddite and an absolute thickie when it comes to anything technicalwhat_the_heck 

Sat 19-May-12
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Copy the link and paste it in.....quite straightforward...wink

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Sat 19-May-12
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Just caught up with this thread- I have so many top three's

Hotel California is one of my favourites too so can I have one more here

1) Riders on the storm by the Doors   great video as well

2) Here comes the sun by the Beatles  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U6tV11acSRk  something we need more of at the moment

3) and a quirky one " Life gets tee-jus don't it  very crackly 78 recording

 

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Sat 19-May-12
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Team Danny performed Somebody That I Used To Know on The Voice tonight, it was superb.

Riders on the Storm is one of my favourite songs, Jim Morrison had the most amazing voice.  The Doors were a bit before my time (late 70s is more my era) but I love that song.

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Sat 19-May-12
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The Life gets tee-jus was recorded in the year I was born!

 

Next top three

1) Carmina Burana by Carl Orff (all of it - not just Oh Fortuna) ob=av3e

2) Layla by Derek and the dominoes (Eric Clapton)   played very loudly!

3) Medieaval Baebes - anything by them- here's one

Martin

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Sat 19-May-12
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Riders on the storm...one of my top ten songs, remember years ago, used to play it loud at night when we'd had a good night's 'partying' all  the lights turned off and absolute silence apart from the music...works with The End, also by the doors - ah, those were the days

Wed 6-Jun-12
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=otJY2HvW3Bw&fe.....detailpage

And just for Terrier the fantastic Mr Morrison, the addition of strings to this just takes it to another level

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Enjoy peeps laugh

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Wed 6-Jun-12
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And to prove I'm not a complete philistine

I give you  

Thu 7-Jun-12
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Now if we are talking opera Jessye Norman is a huge favourite of mine, as is the opera "Dido & Aeneas" 

 

 

"The beautiful is as useful as the useful...perhaps more so."

from Les Miserables

Thu 7-Jun-12
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If It works I like these folks.

Sort of Gypsy Punk

If it doesn't work here is the link

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I enjoyed all those - especially your find, Simon.

Nice one.

This is a throwback to the 70s - none of the Arlo Guthrie online tracks are a patch on the original but I think this video has the one that I recall as the original. One of my ambitions is to ride the City of New Orleans if it is still in existence.

 

 

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