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# 136 : Wednesday 21-4-2010 @ 01:14
 
 
Jon & Vangelis - I Hear You Now (1981)

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# 137 : Wednesday 21-4-2010 @ 10:52
 
 
Transcedentally lovely vocal version of the Adagio for Strings.

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# 138 : Wednesday 21-4-2010 @ 23:57
 
 
Derrida,xlnt,also had a good listen to all the other contributions this evening,really enjoyable.
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# 139 : Thursday 22-4-2010 @ 00:07
 
 
Alan Parsons Project "eye in the sky"



It's a song I thought really postive when I was growing up, it helped me turn the other cheek or just say I'm better than getting into this bitter battle that you want to have with me.
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# 140 : Thursday 22-4-2010 @ 00:38
 
 

Pantis sunday beer promotion leads to operatic overtures.
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# 141 : Thursday 22-4-2010 @ 12:28
 
 
I much prefer the original organ version, but I used to be mesemerised by this piece as a child, and I've always loved the Fantasia segment, so here are both.
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# 142 : Thursday 22-4-2010 @ 12:50
 
 
Here is the organ version also - granted, its a little heavy to begin with, but grows in splendour as it progresses.
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# 143 : Thursday 22-4-2010 @ 14:28
 
 
@ Derrida - I'm not too familiar with that piece but I think I've heard snippets of the organ intro in the videogame Peggle.

Edit : It's totally the Spooky ball sound!



The piece below is the overture from The Magic Flute. Its lovely and if CS Lewis's The Magician's Nephew is ever made into a film, I think it would be great companion music to the part where Aslan creates Narnia. The first half would be the mountains, rivers and forests. The second would be the animals coming out of the ground.

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# 144 : Thursday 22-4-2010 @ 15:09
 
 
Someone said :
@ Derrida - I'm not too familiar with that piece but I think I've heard snippets of the organ intro in the videogame Peggle.

Edit : It's totally the Spooky ball sound!

Bach is turning in his grave!!!
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# 145 : Friday 23-4-2010 @ 14:35
 
 


Dramatic and wonderful
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# 146 : Friday 23-4-2010 @ 14:48
 
 
anything by porcupine tree really...
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# 147 : Wednesday 5-5-2010 @ 01:09
 
 
Another one of those super songs that can lift your mood in a majestic musical sweep
Belle And Sebastian/Lazy Line Painter Jane

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# 148 : Wednesday 5-5-2010 @ 01:15
 
 
Darelle London

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# 149 : Wednesday 7-7-2010 @ 01:27
 
 
At THE fest this week.Arcade Fire/WakeUp
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# 150 : Wednesday 7-7-2010 @ 01:30
 
 
Doves - Pounding



Temper Trap - Sweet Disposition

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