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What Music Are You Listening To ?

Post by Cliff on Sun Nov 25, 2012 8:44 pm

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What better way to breathe life back into OMF ?

GOOD MUSIC ! Very Happy Cool cheers What a Face lol!

Deep Purple - Space Truckin

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The Sun Is Also A Warrior - Lyrics

Leslie Fish (c) 1986

Two men walked on the beach in the sun.
One left footprints, the other left none.
One was a man who no man obeys;
The other a god from the ancient days.
"Look," said the man, "how my kind make war.
I summonned you here to ask what for."
"For wealth or land," the god replies,
"For life, or freedom, or some king's lies."

CHORUS:
"The sun is also a warrior.
Knowledge can also destroy.
Nor can the kindest will,
Preserve you from the kill.
Not all of wisdom brings joy."


"Four of those five," the first one said,
Are not enough to appease the dead.
To save my world all this strife must cease,
So now I bid you to conjure peace."
The god said "Yes. Though it grieves me sore,
For I was also a god of war,
And I remember what you forget,
Four of those five you may still regret."

CHORUS

He raised his voice and he raised his hand.
All strife stopped at the god's command.
No voice ventured an angry word,
No hand struck and no weapon stirred.
In time, the man called the old god back.
"Look," he cried, "what my people lack!
One lord rules over all the earth,
And we're all his slaves from the hour of birth."

CHORUS

"Look, he owns all wealth, and he owns all land,
We starve and die under his command.
He speaks the truth and he gives us peace,
But all that I hope for is our release."
The old god said, "This is what you willed.
For only thus is your wish fulfilled.
War's five sources I took away,
Yet I will give four of them back today."

CHORUS

He raised his hand and his voice once more,
And all the world overturned in war.
And when the last of those fires let fall,
There was no lord in the world at all.
"Go rebuild now," the old god said,
"Feed the living and bury the dead,
And remember this when you speak of war,
And think upon what is worth fighting for."


CHORUS


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Post by Cliff-67 on Mon Feb 10, 2014 2:49 pm

pman35 wrote:@cliff The muppets Bohemian Rhapsody , now thats funny Smile

 I thought you might like that one Very Happy
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Post by X. Troy Dinaire on Fri Jul 08, 2016 11:27 pm

An outstanding Quebec hit in the surf and hot rod instrumental category: Mer Morte, '64, Jaguars, Tournesol label, composed by Jean-Guy Cossette.

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As lovely as she plays. Fabulous mixture of Shadoogey (contraction of Shadows' Boogey) and Guitar Boogey. The former is from '61 by the Shadows. If it sounds familiar, it's because it's lifted in part from Religion and Glory (aka A Wonderful Time Up There, aka Gospel Boogey), music and lyric by Lee Roy Abernathy, '47, recorded in '48 by his Homeland Harmony Quartet, and later by Johnny Cash, Johnny Mathis, and especially Pat Boone in '58 who popularized it. Lifting entire phrases from songs has been fairly common, other examples being  Spanish Harlem from Benjamin Britten's A Ceremony of Carols, Star Trek from Strange Echoes by Frank Hunter from '62, and Coeur blessé from High Noon. These are very obvious, so it's ironic that the less obvious and debatable similarity between the Chiffons' He's So Fine and George Harrison's My Sweet Lord was litigated, with the former winning.



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Post by X. Troy Dinaire on Mon Dec 05, 2016 2:28 am

Dreamiest, most beautiful romantic instrumental by a Canadian composer (Johnny Cowell).



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Post by X. Troy Dinaire on Fri Dec 09, 2016 2:13 pm

Super '60s girl group from the Quebec City region comprising Diane Gallichand (lead guitar), Claire Gallichand ( bass guitar), Carole Boutin (guitar), and Ginette Douville (drums) doing a superb French version of a Beatles hit, which should be Allo, bye bye.



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Post by X. Troy Dinaire on Sun Dec 11, 2016 3:00 pm

The Miladys were Quebec's top girl group, and were made up of the Lavasseur sisters (again the a is short), Hélène and Andrée, and Denise Biron.



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In anticipation of the 150th anniversary of Confederation.



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Post by X. Troy Dinaire on Tue Jan 10, 2017 9:48 am

2017 is also the 375th anniversary of the founding of Montréal (mõ-řĭ-ăl')(I can't use the IPA font, but the correct IPA symbol for the short a is æ and for the short i it is the Greek letter iota), where I was born. It was preceded by Hochelaga, meaning ''grand rapids,'' an Iroquois village at the foot of what was dubbed by Champlain as mons realis. It was founded in 1642 as Ville Marie by the Société de Notre-Dame (nŭtřə-dăm, which can be anglicized to nŭtrŭ-dăm), and later called Montréal. It was incorporated as a city in 1862, and it was majority English from 1835-1865. It is now the 2nd largest majority-French city in the world and called the Paris of North America.





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