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# 46 : Friday 19-3-2010 @ 00:02
 
 
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# 47 : Friday 19-3-2010 @ 00:11
 
 
John Lennon - Bring On The Lucie

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# 48 : Friday 19-3-2010 @ 00:22
 
 
Lisa Thiel is one artist that always seems to swoon me into a state of tranquility... I'm not sure why and she is definetly an accentric artist but one well worth exploring

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# 49 : Friday 19-3-2010 @ 00:25
 
 
Eddie Vedder - Rise Up

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# 50 : Friday 19-3-2010 @ 00:30
 
 
The voice "eimear Quinn"

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# 51 : Friday 19-3-2010 @ 01:01
 
 
Imogen Heap - Hide & Seek

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# 52 : Friday 19-3-2010 @ 01:03
 
 
I met an amazing woman who had been on death row,Dead Man Walking was a film based on her experience,the humanitarian Susan Sarandon was very involved on every level.The film focused on Sister Helen Prejain,a chaplain on death row,yet another amazing human being.This song from that film features Eddy Veder and the qwalli singer from Pakistan,Nusrat Fatah Ali Khan,inspirational can only begin to describe it.The song is about the compassion and pure spiritual love of Helen.

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# 53 : Friday 19-3-2010 @ 01:10
 
 
Someone said :
I met an amazing woman who had been on death row,Dead Man Walking was a film based on her experience,the humanitarian Susan Sarandon was very involved on every level.The film focused on Sister Helen Prejain,a chaplain on death row,yet another amazing human being.This song from that film features Eddy Veder and the qualli singer from Pakistan,Nusrat Fatah Ali Knan,inspirational can only begin to describe it.

Wow, As I said butters earlier an amazing thread, when I heard this song, I thought the guy was dead in the can, although in had helped me in my youth, by saying it was ok to be called sue.

This blew me away

Johnny Cash "hurt"

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# 54 : Friday 19-3-2010 @ 01:16
 
 
anyone not uplifted by this thread is aurally dead....

Mind you this isnt to everyones taste but it always sends me places...

Lisa Gerrard - Sacrifice

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# 55 : Friday 19-3-2010 @ 01:22
 
 
Ulrich Schnauss - A Letter from Home (2008)

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# 56 : Friday 19-3-2010 @ 01:29
 
 
I like that JK.

Cinematic Orchestra - To Build A Home


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# 57 : Friday 19-3-2010 @ 01:31
 
 
OMG phunt that was beautiful (it actually brought tears to my eyes), it going to make my last attempt look silly

Sorry music slut but this needs to be mentioned

REM "Everybody hurts"


A homeless guy told me the story behide this through broken tears, after 3 years I now consider him a true friend, he rocks
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# 58 : Friday 19-3-2010 @ 01:33
 
 
Noah and the Whale - Love of an Orchestra

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# 59 : Friday 19-3-2010 @ 01:39
 
 
Gallagher & Lyle - Heart On My Sleeve

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# 60 : Friday 19-3-2010 @ 01:50
 
 
This is the best thread ever, butters, I've laughed and cried my way through this thread.

a song I held tight in my younger years, it was the whispering that got me "big boys don't cry, "but I do, confession yeah

10 cc I'm not in Love
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