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techguy21801

What Are You Listening To?

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, a controversial 1984 hit by the British band "Frankie Goes to Hollywood". I liked the song a lot back in '84, and pretty much forgot about it until a clip of it was played at the opening ceremonies of the recent London Olympics. I've been listening to the song a lot since then.

That one is a great song, no matter how controversial it may be! :thumbup

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, a controversial 1984 hit by the British band "Frankie Goes to Hollywood".

That one is a great song, no matter how controversial it may be! :thumbup

Overplayed to death in bars around here along with the following song. It's a good thing I don't drink. I still like them both. :)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZUatnbaNfEo

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Lobão - Rádio Blá (1987)

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LeAnn Rimes & Joss Stone - Summertime

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Undeniably

. Please check out Post # 366 in my thread in the Graphics and Designing Art Forum to see Joey and Roo, who are natural hip-hop stars.
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Juno Reactor - Pistolero

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Sabrina Malheiros - Capoeira Vai :ph34r:

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I'm listening the songs of the participants of "The Voice of Germany"

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This is what I tell my computer, which currently has 5056 hours on it.

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Joan Jett and the Blackhearts - Crimson & Clover

A respectable cover, but still not quite better than the original one by good old Tommy James and the Shondells...

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Nice cover, dencorso. Haven't heard Joan Jett in many, many years.

First heard this in a recent Sherlock Holmes movie, can't get it out of my head now.

The Dubliners - The Rocky Road to Dublin

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Nice cover, dencorso. Haven't heard Joan Jett in many, many years.

Ain't she great? I think she's way better nowadays than at the time of the Runaways... though she was plenty good then, already.

The Eagles - Hotel California

This one is not a cover, but maybe the definitive rendition of a great classic:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kYf4kqnAWos

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Apoptygma Berzerk - Unicorn (Duet Version)

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Love ELP, and Jerusalem. But that version sounded pretty scratchy. This one sounded a little clearer to me.

Cheers and Regards

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Indeed. The version you found sounds much better (it's the original studio version, IIRR). Great find, thanks!

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Soul Sacrifice - Santana

Feat. Michael Shrieve

The Legendary Drum Solo - one of the best of all time

The original - Woodstock - 1969: (Sorry this isn't a YouTube link, but due to copyrights, YouTube links get taken down. DrummerWorld has an official licensed copy [that you can download if you wish]. )

http://www.drummerworld.com/Videos/michaelshrievewood.html

Another version from a Santana performance at Tanglewood - 1970/08/18

Cheers and Regards

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And Michael Shrieve doing "Soul Sacrifice" 40 years after Woodstock, with his current band Spellbinder. The man can still play.

Cheers and Regards

Edited by bphlpt
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I wish I lived in FUNKY TOWN, but since I don't, I just have to be content to listen to this song and that song 50 to 100 times a day.

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I listen to Christian songs, or Kingdom melodies.

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I wish I lived in FUNKY TOWN, but since I don't, I just have to be content to listen to this song and that song 50 to 100 times a day.

Try this for a respite:

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