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Palermo Trapani
07-02-21, 05:32
Home Free, Country acapella band, doing cover of Man of Constant Sorrow. Check it out and when the Bass drops, it DROPS! in this song (It drops in others as well). They do some other great covers including Johnny Cash's Folsom Prison Blues and Ring of Fire and Maren Morris's My Church.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-ew_bfFvros

They just released a cover of Don Maclean's American Pie, although Don is in this one with them.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9RlTZdYXcKg

Salento
07-02-21, 09:03
I gotsta get paid


https://youtu.be/kaIZWjItReI

Duarte
07-02-21, 23:19
Dangerous - just an instrumental samba


https://youtu.be/KHSD7lm6tGg

Jovialis
08-02-21, 02:56
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JlmtJd0dWqo

I'm a rocker
I'm a roller
I'm a right out of controller
I'm a wheeler
I'm a dealer
I'm a wicked woman stealer
I'm a bruiser
I'm a cruiser
I'm a rockin' rollin' man

Jovialis
08-02-21, 03:06
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-sUXMzkh-jI

Carlos
08-02-21, 05:24
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cwWzg6JfKoM

Carlos
09-02-21, 07:17
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nKrfDD7SJ3E

Salento
09-02-21, 07:36
Lullaby
...by Greco-Roman Goddesses :innocent:


https://youtu.be/h3xF2ygecpk

Angela
09-02-21, 15:47
Lullaby
...by Greco-Roman Goddesses :innocent:


https://youtu.be/h3xF2ygecpk

Lovely; like being transported back in time.

Angela
09-02-21, 19:01
Disturbed: Sound of Silence. I had no idea he has such a glorious voice, and what a performance. Simon and Garfunkel tried to warn us; now it's really here. So, I guess it's clear what kind of mood I'm in about the trajectory of this country.

Live version on Conan-only way to know if someone can really sing and emote.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bk7RVw3I8eg

Angela
11-02-21, 16:59
Sarah McLachlan and Josh Groban: In the Arms of an Angel


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i-cm41VG74A

Regio X
12-02-21, 00:41
Marvelous!

Il trillo del diavolo (https://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Il_trillo_del_diavolo), from Giuseppe Tartini (https://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Giuseppe_Tartini) (1692 - 1770)

By Itzhak Perlman:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uR6KJL5OS54

By Anne Sophie Mutter:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XUoPjg--2lA

Salento
12-02-21, 02:40
Legends Never Die


https://youtu.be/PV3dDRNmj_U

Angela
13-02-21, 00:00
If you love bass voices...

Sixteen Tons-Geoff Castellucci

I swear my insides quivered; best version of this song ever. Really good range, and harmonizing with himself. Doesn't hurt he's so darn handsome; life is not fair. :)


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fzlT80jQ3lo

Salento
13-02-21, 03:36
The Sound of the Sea

Melodic rendition of: Lu Rusciu de lu Mare:


https://youtu.be/yBoA6LwwKns

https://i.imgur.com/bwsm3J2.jpg

Angela
13-02-21, 15:37
Home Free Cover of "When A Man Loves A Woman". Beautiful Austin. Great job! Perfect for Valentine's Day.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-pygPmfGQvU

Palermo Trapani
13-02-21, 18:09
If you love bass voices...

Sixteen Tons-Geoff Castellucci

I swear my insides quivered; best version of this song ever. Really good range, and harmonizing with himself. Doesn't hurt he's so darn handsome; life is not fair. :)


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fzlT80jQ3lo

Angela: Castellucci is another one that can drop the BASS, in fact, he is one of the few I have heard that matched Tim Faust of Home Free. Avi Kaplan, formerly of Pentatonix is another guy that is in Castellucci and Faust's Bass range.

Angela
13-02-21, 18:28
I just realized that Austin Brown has his own youtube channel (and site) where he sings alone except for a wonderful guitarist. WHY didn't I know this?

I am seriously fangirling on him, and no, not because of his choirboy good looks and sweet essence They're wonderful covers.

Do yourself a favor and listen to all of these. I'll probably have them on a loop all day.

It takes a brave man to attempt a cover of Unchained Melody, but he does a wonderful job.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XRvr7nQE7xM

You've Got A Friend
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7OHNbGisknk

Danny's Song
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fd4r_WQiSDM

Palermo Trapani
13-02-21, 19:58
Angela: I saw that, I haven't checked his solo site yet. Kind of hope this is not a signal he is going to try to go solo as a singer. Hard to find 5 guys that compliment each other and are so versatile and able to integrate each strengths into 1 song and do it acapella.

Talented group.

Angela
16-02-21, 05:56
Rewatched Les Miserables for the umpteenth time tonight.

One of its heartbreaking songs:


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=deUgUoJ4z5ID

I Dreamed A Dream
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ulJXiB5i_q0

Empty Chairs at Empty Tables-Is there anything Eddie Redmayne can't do? Just buckets of tears.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0BM-Q3BDrkw

Silesian
16-02-21, 17:34
When people unite against Tyranny.
Moments like, the death penalty for being hungry and stealing a cabbage, under Draco the lawgiver 7th century B.C.
Or when degenerate and corruption take hold and the guard are called upon to protect the criminals, Nika riots 532 A.D.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1q82twrdr0U

Angela
16-02-21, 18:21
When people unite against Tyranny.
Moments like, the death penalty for being hungry and stealing a cabbage, under Draco the lawgiver 7th century B.C.
Or when degenerate and corruption take hold and the guard are called upon to protect the criminals, Nika riots 532 A.D.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1q82twrdr0U

Sorry, I've been out of the power to upvote all morning.

As I said in the prior post, is there anything Eddy Redmayne can't do? And shout outs to Anne Hathaway, Samantha Barks and the rest of the cast.

I love that song too. Gives me the chills every time I hear it. This story never gets old for me, and my father read it to me when I was young and then I saw it twice on Broadway, crying buckets both times. (That and "The Count of Monte Cristo". They should do a musical of that as well.) Then I went to see the movie in theaters, and bought the DVD, which my daughter and I would watch every once in a while. I miss her a lot and was thinking of those times so I decided to watch it again.

By no means do I excuse the excesses of what came after, but I understand viscerally why the ancien regime had to go.

Silesian
16-02-21, 18:48
Sorry, I've been out of the power to upvote all morning.

As I said in the prior post, is there anything Eddy Redmayne can't do? And shout outs to Anne Hathaway, Samantha Barks and the rest of the cast.

I love that song too. Gives me the chills every time I hear it. This story never gets old for me, and my father read it to me when I was young and then I saw it twice on Broadway, crying buckets both times. (That and "The Count of Monte Cristo". They should do a musical of that as well.) Then I went to see the movie in theaters, and bought the DVD, which my daughter and I would watch every once in a while. I miss her a lot and was thinking of those times so I decided to watch it again.

By no means do I excuse the excesses of what came after, but I understand viscerally why the ancien regime had to go.
Theater/plays , restaurants, entertainment.
I hope things get back to normal once this bug is done and monetary morphine stops. So many small business are hurting.

Jovialis
17-02-21, 04:01
This site uses google maps to pinpoint, and listen to any radio station on Earth!

Pretty impressive:

http://radio.garden/

Salento
17-02-21, 04:10
Taranta - São Paulo - Brazil
a Bacchus Priestess / healing enchantment dance


https://youtu.be/r5LGvIe1HG0

... what I eat has no flavor, for me there’s not more light nor color, ... people used to know healing by Taranta, ... give me the grace of Healing, ...

... magic spell translated from Leccese :)

... the ancient vaccine :satisfied:

Duarte
17-02-21, 06:09
Taranta - São Paulo - Brazil
a Bacchus Priestess / healing enchantment dance


https://youtu.be/r5LGvIe1HG0

... what I eat has no flavor, for me there’s not more light nor color, ... people used to know healing by Taranta, ... give me the grace of Healing, ...

... magic spell translated from Leccese :)

... the ancient vaccine :satisfied:

Wonderful. São Paulo, the most Italian of Brazilian capitals. The Taranta takes place in front of the Sé Cathedral, in the old center of the city of São Paulo. Very beautiful. :good_job::smile:

Salento
17-02-21, 07:48
Wonderful. São Paulo, the most Italian of Brazilian capitals. The Taranta takes place in front of the Sé Cathedral, in the old center of the city of São Paulo. Very beautiful. :good_job::smile:


The ancient enchantment dance it's performed in symbolic places representing a neighborhood, a City, or a Country, ... the healing spell will cover these specific areas :)

Salento
19-02-21, 07:21
You win again
... not really :)


https://youtu.be/VxciFAzSaPE

Angela
21-02-21, 19:05
I almost like this better than the original, or, let's say, as much as the original, because it puts a different spin on it.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mm9G-tWrxNs

Pqueens
25-02-21, 01:23
The music I listen to the most in the car
Jimi hendrix hey joe
Queen bohemian rhapsody:laughing:

foc
26-02-21, 08:52
Ciocârlia (the lark / alouette) youtube.com/watch?v=b5Pn1X1_a64

Angela
26-02-21, 09:52
Since we've been talking about Wales, the Welsh Soul Man: Tom Jones. All the publicity about the women throwing panties on the stage obscures the fact that he has a wonderful voice and great stage presence.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5vMx63ZCd88


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KkKTMoRs-TU

foc
26-02-21, 13:29
Grigoraş Dinicu/Isao Tomita - Hora Staccato youtu.be/b0QBIbgvgx4

Jerom
28-02-21, 22:34
I'm really like jazz and rock/ :good_job::good_job:

Angela
01-03-21, 15:25
Lara Fabian-Perdere L'Amore with English subtitles.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jJ_k43OOsXU

Angela
03-03-21, 19:27
Bonnie Raitt: I can't make you love me. One of the greats of Country Music

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nW9Cu6GYqxo

Salento
08-03-21, 06:03
will the circle be unbroken


https://youtu.be/7sPc8ahc7iI

Salento
09-03-21, 06:34
I’m Walking


https://youtu.be/qWfsJx1ycY0

https://i.imgur.com/3qvAfpt.gif


... thanks to Jovialis for the Reface App introduction.

... I had some fun with it :) lol

Jovialis
09-03-21, 19:29
That app is hilarious. I was refacing videos with reconstructions of Neanderthals and other prehistoric hominids.

Angela
09-03-21, 20:33
Maneskin's Zitti e Buoni (Be quiet and good) is going to represent Italy for Eurovision 2021. Love that it's rock, really liked the music, think they're all good performers, especially the lead, and the styling is stupendous (great looks as well, as usual). Hope they bring at least the violinists to Eurovision.

Do I like the lyrics? As someone who hates drugs and what they do to people, no, but it's a reality for people; the anger, the feeling of alienation, the pain that only drugs seems to free them from.

I also likee Irama, Erma Meta, Annalisa and Madame. Sorry to all the Michielin fans, but I thought she sounded as if she needed autotune, and I don't like Fedez; too brutal for me normally.

I'll provide the English translation. Has the actual finale been posted? This is all I could find.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1OISmX4vOKA

It's from lyrics translate (actually touch your testicles to be precise, but whatever)

"And good evening, ladies and gentlemenActors on the scene
You better touch wood
You better be nice and quiet
People here are odd, like pushers
I spent too many nights locked out
Now I'm going around kicking on the doors
Looking upwards, like climbers
So, I'm sorry mom if I'm always out, but


I'm out of my mind, just not like them
And you're out of your mind, just not like them
We're out of our mind, just not like them
We're out of our mind, just not like them
No


I have written pages over pages
I've seen salt and then tears
These men on their cars
Unable to climb against the rapids
Carved on a gravestone
"There's no god in my home"
But if you understand the meaning of time
You'll rise back up from your oblivion
And no wind can stop
Natural power
From the right point of view
You can feel the euphoria brought by the wind
With wings of wax on my back
I'll seek out that height
If you're trying to stop me, try again
Try and cut my head off
Because


I'm out of my mind, just not like them
And you're out of your mind, just not like them
We're out of our mind, just not like them
We're out of our mind, just not like them


People talk, unfortunately
They talk, and they don't know what they're talking about
Just take me where I can stay afloat
'Cause here I can't breathe
People talk, unfortunately
They talk, and they don't know what they're talking about
Just take me where I can stay afloat
'Cause here I can't breathe
People talk, unfortunately
They talk, and they don't know what the **** they're talking about
Just take me where I can stay afloat
'Cause here I can't breathe


But I'm out of my mind, just not like them
And you're out of your mind, just not like them
We're out of our mind, just not like them
We're out of our mind, just not like them

https://lyricstranslate.com (https://lyricstranslate.com/en/zitti-e-buoni-be-nice-and-quiet.html)

Andrewid
10-03-21, 00:00
Thanks for the lyrics Angela!

Not my favourite Sanremo of all time but I still thoroughly enjoyed the week. I particularly appreciated Irama's song but he wasn't allowed to sing live as someone in his team had tested positive for Covid. I paricularly enjoyed the song from Madame, perhaps a little too esoteric for some. And Extraliscio just made me forget all my woes and dance myself into a frenzy. I'm passionate about anything containing Italian folk vibes on steroids.

Those who are fans of the festival should see the Thursday night show, featuring covers of famous Italian autore. Maneskin (meaning moonlight in Danish) were incredible singing Amandoti with Manuel Agnelli.

Andrewid
10-03-21, 00:05
Original edit worked. Apologies

Angela
10-03-21, 01:21
Thanks for the lyrics Angela!

Not my favourite Sanremo of all time but I still thoroughly enjoyed the week. I particularly appreciated Irama's song but he wasn't allowed to sing live as someone in his team had tested positive for Covid. I paricularly enjoyed the song from Madame, perhaps a little too esoteric for some. And Extraliscio just made me forget all my woes and dance myself into a frenzy. I'm passionate about anything containing Italian folk vibes on steroids.

Those who are fans of the festival should see the Thursday night show, featuring covers of famous Italian autore. Maneskin (meaning moonlight in Danish) were incredible singing Amandoti with Manuel Agnelli.

Finale version came up. WOW! I don't go for Nude look usually, but what can I say...they looked gorgeous. :)

https://www.raiplay.it/video/2021/03/Sanremo-2021-quinta-serata-Maneskin-cantano-Zitti-e-buoni--e78833c1-c3ca-47ab-a1dc-b0f5f41765bf.html

On reflection, perhaps it isn't really drug use necessarily that he's explaining.

As I said above, I liked Irama's song as well, and Madame's.

I wish they had sung Amandoti alone; Damiano David was divine, but he and Agnelli didn't really sound right together, imo.

Salento
10-03-21, 01:24
... the only reason that song won is because the young people were all home (covid restrictions), .... and they're the ones with the quick voting fingers!

I find it shocking that songs with swears , and the winner wasn't the only one, are authorized to compete in such “family” oriented venue.

And it doesn't resemble any kind of “Italian Melody” style at all.

... maybe catchy,... but it’s old fashioned American Hard Rock.

Angela
10-03-21, 02:32
Well, I'm not young, and I really liked it, but perhaps I'm not typical. I actually also really like rock of any kind, even hard rock, or "glam" rock, and from what I have been able to tell over the years so do a lot of Italians.

They made Dave Grohl cry by coming from all over Italy to do this...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JozAmXo2bDE&t=2s

Why should Italian singers and musicians be excluded from the world of rock? They certainly perform a lot of rap. I think these guys should translate it into English and release it world wide.

There shouldn't just be one kind of "Italian song", imo. Italian music has been influenced since the Middle Ages by music from other countries; otherwise why did we have quadriglias and gigas and later on Italian polkas and valtzers and tangos. The Italian ballad is a marvelous thing, and I'm a great lover of it, but so is Northern Choral singing, and I think Italian performers should be able to compose and sing jazz or pop, or rock or rap, or as in this case, a combination of rap and rock if they choose. Of course, I'm speaking as someone who adores rock, including hard rock. I also very much like some of the songs which incorporate Middle Eastern influences.

I guess we'll have to agree to disagree. :)

Salento
10-03-21, 02:48
imho ... it should have won, ... a song more in line with our present time:

The Pharmacist

... with Italian lyrics:


https://youtu.be/ie99NOabwTA

... from Sanremo, though on the night of the final he dressed-up as Clark Kent / Superman :)


https://youtu.be/MTM48g400Zk

Salento
10-03-21, 03:07
@Angela

I like Rock too :)

... but I expect Sanremo to be an Italian Style Melody competition, ... there are other venues for the alternatives,

... I guess, the more time passes by, the more I become a man out of my time :) lol

Angela
10-03-21, 03:44
As I said, we'll have to agree to disagree. :) I found the lyrics and the melody in the Max Gazze song rather simplistic and almost like a child's song.

I also disagree that there isn't a history of Italian rock.

Salento
10-03-21, 04:26
OK

... so the song with swears is more intellectual and not as childish as the song I like :)

Salento
10-03-21, 05:29
let there be Rock


https://youtu.be/3f2g4RMfhS0

Duarte
10-03-21, 05:51
let there be Rock


https://youtu.be/3f2g4RMfhS0

...with the unforgettable Bon Scott...

Salento
10-03-21, 06:14
...with the unforgettable Bon Scott...

... he was a Hell of a Rocker, ... Heaven must be very boring :)

Salento
13-03-21, 02:07
the beast in me


https://youtu.be/D5G10FqPRIg

Salento
13-03-21, 04:36
Hail Caesar


https://youtu.be/Fptue_EaMjw

Angela
13-03-21, 04:52
let there be Rock


https://youtu.be/3f2g4RMfhS0

It brought to mind the scene in "Walk The Line", which I LOVE, where Jerry Lee Lewis, Cash, June Carter etc. are in a car driving to another gig and they're talking about rock, and he says "We're all going to hell!"
This is him speaking right after that:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ykNFfR5gW40

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ykNFfR5gW40


Dennis Quaid did a good job portraying him in the movie, I thought:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Q_olybarxU


The real Jerry Lee...


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fw7SBF-35Es


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=elZbkfxRHZg

cybernautic
13-03-21, 05:14
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SbatSQ988Mw

Salento
14-03-21, 03:02
It brought to mind the scene in "Walk The Line", which I LOVE, where Jerry Lee Lewis, Cash, June Carter etc. are in a car driving to another gig and they're talking about rock, and he says "We're all going to hell!"

This is him speaking right after that:


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ykNFfR5gW40


Dennis Quaid did a good job portraying him in the movie, I thought:


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Q_olybarxU


The real Jerry Lee...


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fw7SBF-35Es


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=elZbkfxRHZg

God gave Rock & Roll to you :) and ...


https://youtu.be/eCFx0TX4rxk

Duarte
14-03-21, 03:09
God gave Rock & Roll to you :) and ...


https://youtu.be/eCFx0TX4rxk

Saluti and much rock’n’roll for all of us :good_job:


https://youtu.be/86URGgqONvA

Angela
14-03-21, 11:43
Three Dog Night: Mama Told Me Not to Come

Can't even remember how often this came to mind during university days. Once I even had to escape by climbing out a second floor window and going down an apple tree. :)


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rKaQzQAlNn4

Angela
15-03-21, 16:59
English and Spanish subtitles are on screen, although then you lose the beautiful video which you have to watch separately. Moneskin-Torna a Casa or Come Home. Maybe I like this even better than what they brought to San Remo. Or maybe not; they're such different songs. I do love it.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sqW9PRPnKJg

The bullied, sensitive kids, the "different" ones, maybe ostracized, and look at them now: gorgeous, brilliantly talented, and hugely succesful famous. :) So take that!

Too bad Italian schools don't have reunions. :)

Regio X
16-03-21, 02:28
https://youtu.be/bYyK922PsUw

Salento
19-03-21, 05:05
Redemption


https://youtu.be/1_X2xLoQ2_U

Salento
26-03-21, 03:20
Mr Lonely
‘Line Dance’ :)


https://youtu.be/P-hpA9wwIw4

Regio X
28-03-21, 20:38
Some Fauré.

Pavane

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mpgyTl8yqbw

Pelléas et Mélisande Suite
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qroD6PeafgA&t=605s

Requiem
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UnilUPXmipM

Regio X
05-04-21, 21:24
Von Reznicek
Donna Diana Overture


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mG6mjCPJzvw

Glinka
Ruslan and Lyudmila Overture
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bSp08aHA748

Salento
12-04-21, 05:14
lu TamburreddhRu miu vinne te Roma


https://youtu.be/SZDmW9A3p2E

Angela
12-04-21, 16:09
Wonderful Calabrian folk group I just discovered. Lovely music...beautiful girls...beautiful couple...how can it fail? :)


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ppuiExcx6ls&list=PLKwEASkGS45cnZprhQ928jfo Ys0odlfUU

Angela
16-04-21, 23:16
I'm listening to more and more country music. Lots of words of wisdom

Blake Shelton: The Gambler

Lucky Gwen Stefani. :)


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rn2KHyubv58

Salento
17-04-21, 05:53
You’ve got to stand for something


https://youtu.be/Z_s-Qk07KxA

... or you'll fall for anything,

You've got to be your own man, Not a puppet on a string,

Never compromise what's right and uphold your Family Name ...

Jovialis
18-04-21, 01:54
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IgRrWPdzkao

Angela
18-04-21, 15:18
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_9TShlMkQnc

Salento
20-04-21, 03:07
Rise
Caroline Jones


https://youtu.be/VqlwKBrrMXk

Salento
05-05-21, 03:05
Line Dance ... by Abruzzesi :)


https://youtu.be/FS3GBlyHEsY

Mineiro25
05-05-21, 19:29
Christian Chavez & Anahi "LIBERTAD"

Mineiro25
05-05-21, 19:30
KKim Petras

Salento
07-05-21, 04:01
Good Time


https://youtu.be/PSROm-vgVRk

Jovialis
12-05-21, 08:57
https://youtu.be/HzvDofigTKQ

Mrt19
14-05-21, 15:52
Kpop,Rock,Pop actually everything : )

Salento
16-05-21, 05:16
trouble man


https://youtu.be/RMWft8ZcYnc

Salento
18-05-21, 06:15
God’s Country


https://youtu.be/ZEWGyyLiqY4

Salento
19-05-21, 04:32
big river


https://youtu.be/S4Omtt1xC-o

Regio X
22-05-21, 04:17
Burgmüller: Symphony No. 1 (3rd movement)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xpiCErcQZ-k

Schubert: Rosamunde
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xISEjKRj2TU

Rimsky-Korsakov: Symphony No. 1 (from 3rd movement)
https://youtu.be/A9wml-qPJZc?t=954

Salento
28-05-21, 05:19
Mama tried


https://youtu.be/sDWu5QmsUjc

Salento
29-05-21, 05:09
I’m a Ramblin’ Man


https://youtu.be/aIbf6Rqu1yM

Archetype0ne
30-05-21, 00:47
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=foLzP3qQoSY


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iz_iGVbKlD4

Not sure what I would give for a weekend in 70's Cali.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iz_iGVbKlD4

Angela
02-06-21, 17:36
Rock is slowly dying...uh, wait a minute! :)

Winners of Eurovision for Zitti e Buoni, and a song they perform in English.

Just had to share with the rock lovers out there.

No one ever said life was fair. Here we have extreme beauty (and not just Damiano), phenomenal talent, energy, stage presence, you name it. Of course, they had to work like mad men as well.

Yes, always loved the bad boys of rock; I even forgive him incorporating some rap. :)

Wish I could link the live versions but most of them are being blocked.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ssDtj1uL1Go

Jovialis
02-06-21, 20:17
^^I think Razib Khan needs to understand that Rock music is a lot more popular in Europe, at least from what I have seen. Also, people don't take into account that a lot of people don't even b*uy music anymore, because it is free on Youtube.

EDIT: what the hell, you can't write the word "B-uy* or "Pro-cure"?

Angela
02-06-21, 23:05
^^I think Razib Khan needs to understand that Rock music is a lot more popular in Europe, at least from what I have seen. Also, people don't take into account that a lot of people don't even b*uy music anymore, because it is free on Youtube.

EDIT: what the hell, you can't write the word "B-uy* or "Pro-cure"?

The majority of the popular vote went to the bands that performed rock music.

Maybe people are finally sick of the plastic, **** junk performed by people who aren't musicians or singers at all.

I wonder if they would ever consider putting out an English language version of Zitti e Buoni. Shut up and behave is catchy in English too! :)

(Didn't know Khan had opined on them or rock in general. Would never go to him for music advice anyway. They're creating a storm worldwide even with an Italian song. Can't imagine if it were in English. I think we're seeing the birth of an international star.)

Archetype0ne
02-06-21, 23:34
The majority of the popular vote went to the bands that performed rock music.

Maybe people are finally sick of the plastic, **** junk performed by people who aren't musicians or singers at all.

I wonder if they would ever consider putting out an English language version of Zitti e Buoni. Shut up and behave is catchy in English too! :)

(Didn't know Khan had opined on them or rock in general. Would never go to him for music advice anyway. They're creating a storm worldwide even with an Italian song. Can't imagine if it were in English. I think we're seeing the birth of an international star.)

The whole song exuded charisma. Maneskin slayed it. Knowing Italian the lyrics were quite relevant, and even prescient, considering the british journalists baseless allegations later... La gente parla, ma non sa di ce parla...

But I would say some of the pop/vocal songs were quite enjoyable. I might sound biased bringing up Switzerland, but Gjon had a fantastic performance, vocally and not only.

Not your typical pop, but then again French pop never is.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jznH_fltcYA

ThirdTerm
03-06-21, 00:18
The majority of the popular vote went to the bands that performed rock music.

Maybe people are finally sick of the plastic, **** junk performed by people who aren't musicians or singers at all.


I watched the entire show in full and this year's entries were just awful, compared to previous years. The Italian band played decent rock music and they have the right attitude that they exhibited in the post-contest interviews, reminding me of good old metal bands from the 1980s. Understandably, the band got most of the popular vote. It wasn't a difficult choice to make.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=msfdz_aksY8

Angela
03-06-21, 02:08
I don't know why Eurovision doesn't put an English translation of the lyrics on a banner. They do it for opera; they can't do it for Eurovision songs? Whether some people like it or not, a lot of Europeans know English, and it would give them a better appreciation of the songs. I realize most of the songs are ridiculous, but still...at least for Maneskin, where the lyrics are actually poetic and meaningful, it would help reach more people.

Maneskin is blowing up youtube. They're going to be huge. Listen to "Torna a Casa", "Coraline, Coraline", or "I wanna be your slave", which is in English. I even like Damiano's cover of "Back to Black" from years ago. They're only 20, 21, and 22. They can go so far.

Sorry, the Swiss performer had a decent voice, although he lost the pitch a few times (that's what happens to some performers when it's live, not studio massaged), but what the hell was up with the hand and arm thing? It ruined the whole song for me. Did he never look at himself performing that way in a mirror? What about his manager? He looked like an octopus or the blow up figures used in American advertising. The only two that were worse were Iceland trying to prove definitively that Nordic people can't dance and have no rhythm, and Ukraine holding some sort of Pagan Pow Wow.

Good grief.

I did like the French entry, and Finland, and a few others.

Angela
03-06-21, 16:27
For anyone who has ever struggled with or known someone who struggles with agoraphobia or eating disorders, or anxiety in general, childhood abuse, being socially denigrated, this will tear out your heart.

With English subtitles...ballad, rock, a beautiful synthesis of both.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k9UZgJUB9CY

Jovialis
03-06-21, 16:54
Punk Rock is one of my most favorite forms of Rock music.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3qDeM_PzJIc

Salento
04-06-21, 03:22
Fast as you … !


https://youtu.be/JV5St8odVgY

Yetos
04-06-21, 04:37
Before TV and Radio, Shadow pupperty-play was the basic entertainment in Greece,
Especialy comic scenes with the Hero Karagkiozis, (turkish karagoz).
a funny simple and poor character with 3 kids, full of tricks, clever enough, and sometimes a deceiver, who lives against the pasha seray.
mainly a people's educational hero via comedy and laugh.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LYjKrCsjV4U

Music is baaed on older Makedonian dance chasapia.

What bothers me,
What saves me
Is that I dream
Like Karagiozis*.

Friends and enemies
On my horrifying back
How nicely I'd raise them up
As if they were passengers.

Little white sheet of mine,
Crazy lamp of mine,
What love, I wonder, blows us,
Put in your shadow
That kid
That tonight doesn't have
Anywhere to go.

Like beans, I count
The hunchback's words,
Behind the white cloth,
In the coffin.

Angela
04-06-21, 16:52
Fast as you … !


https://youtu.be/JV5St8odVgY

Does he always wear pants like these? You'd think he'd wind up sterile. :)

Sorry, that was only for the adults among us. :)

Salento
04-06-21, 19:18
Does he always wear pants like these? You'd think he'd wind up sterile. :)

Sorry, that was only for the adults among us. :)

… Gravity, …
he’s skinny, … and he’ll lose balance if they swing as he’s swinging, … lol

Archetype0ne
06-06-21, 03:06
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6fVE8kSM43I
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6fVE8kSM43I

Brings me back to high school in the Midwest, taking lunch break and the following careers class off, hoping on my buddies boxy Cadillac and driving around, drinking monster, eating Jack Links and listening to this.

Eh... how time flies...

Angela
06-06-21, 16:11
My favorite sub-genre of rock: Southern Rock. Marshall Tucker band; practically every one of their songs is on my play list, like Lynyrd Skynyrd.

Rock and Blues; what could be better. :)


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dlc6xCPx60U

italouruguayan
08-06-21, 01:54
Excellent Argentine Rock. "Ode to the Nameless" by Skay Beilinson ... song dedicated to Death ...

https://youtu.be/3n-yQYpOF9Q

BohemianLegionar
08-06-21, 13:08
Usually either some wave music, or classical music, which I started to find very attractive to listen to lately.

Angela
10-06-21, 16:29
I haven't listened to anyone but Maneskin for three days. I admit it; I'm obsessed. My consolation is that I'm not the only one. The internet has blown up: tik tok, instagram, youtube, spotify. Their original song is number ten globally, and most of the world hasn't seen it, while in some European countries up to four of their songs are in the top ten, including studio rehearsal sessions and covers.

Speaking of covers. This cover by Damiano of Amandoti...well, I lack words. It's infinitely better than the original and even better than Gianna Nannini's. I chose the video with the English translation superimposed so you can't see his beautiful face and incredibly emotional facial expressions, but at least everyone can understand the words.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ASuNEgNzKPw
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ASuNEgNzKPw

Following that is a version by him without translation.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kPwsOSLOnsY

Jovialis
10-06-21, 17:58
My other all time favorite rock genre is of course, Metal. Particularly Thrash Metal:


https://youtu.be/KGzMnhe3Keo

Jovialis
10-06-21, 18:03
And old-school Death Metal (the thrashier kind)


https://youtu.be/Xx-nWk593do

Jovialis
10-06-21, 18:05
This is an excellent Italian old-school first wave Black Metal band.

Bulldozer


https://youtu.be/OdhNc_qR0SQ

Jovialis
10-06-21, 18:17
I have had the honor to see this band several times before the lead singer passed away.


https://youtu.be/PEaL57GJy1Q

Yetos
11-06-21, 09:14
except bulldozer I have the others Vinyl.

back to forefathers


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U3EgveG6ErM

celinaa
11-06-21, 10:04
New song: Nightbirde – It’s Ok

Jovialis
11-06-21, 12:03
except bulldozer I have the others Vinyl.
That's awesome

Yetos
11-06-21, 15:27
That's awesome


many are said.
but I think this song started the idea of thrash and speed.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1tlEa0rDZbM


while some others think this as forefather


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0l83SN64qq0

Kristiyan
12-06-21, 10:52
Hello all,

As my first post in this wonderful forum, I want to congratulate you with this sacred medieval song

youtube.com/watch?v=Zjt5oCmPvPo

Best regards!

Regio X
13-06-21, 21:42
Was listening to a very beautiful (and difficult) aria of Griselda (1735), by Antonio Vivaldi: Agitated by two wings.

https://journalofmusic.com/news/its-really-exciting-sing-it-has-its-challenges-emma-morwood-arias-griselda

"(...) Like the violin concertos, the opera too has exciting writing for strings, but there’s one surprise: he expects the singers to do what a violin does.
‘It’s very challenging,’ soprano Emma Morwood told the Journal of Music. ‘It challenges all of the singers… it is slightly violinistic… with the repeated notes and the range that’s required.’ Morwood, from Carrickfergus in Northern Ireland but now based in Edinburgh, has the role of Costanza and has the most famous aria from the opera, ‘Agitata da due venti’ (‘Agitated by two winds’), which is also one of the most difficult. (...)
'The work requires runs of semi-quavers and dozens of repeated notes, as well as a range going from the G below middle C right up to a high B-flat. The key to learning it, says Morwood, was to give it time.I’ve been working on these arias for quite a long time… It’s getting it into your body… You need to get the muscular memory and the strength. (...)"

Amazing performance of Cecilia Bartoli (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cecilia_Bartoli):

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2O9OfxS0r08

Salento
22-06-21, 23:39
T-R-O-U-B-L-E


https://youtu.be/Fqimqo3iFLk

Angela
07-07-21, 16:35
One of Maneskin's metal like songs, with English subtitles on screen. Not my favorite, but a good FIGHTING song. Oh, if cursing bothers you, don't watch.

(Btw, their cover of "Beggin", completely transformed, is number 1 globally on Spotify, and "I wanna be your slave" is number 8. Both songs are scorching the charts in most of Europe. I understand it, since they're both in English, but their Italian songs are so much better. Damiano is a genius lyricist, as well as having a phenomenal voice and incredible stage charisma.)


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MblwRJi3r6k&list=RDMblwRJi3r6k

Angela
08-07-21, 19:44
Another one for this Euro Cup season and all the haters out there. (English subtitles on screen.)


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eG-bBYiVWWM

Salento
10-07-21, 17:37
Prisencolinensinainciusol

:thinking: RIP Raffaella 💐


https://youtu.be/_g6YxkSqL20


https://youtu.be/NFbeKqmI-8M

Salento
10-07-21, 18:02
Do it Do it AGAIN ⚽ :grin:


https://youtu.be/_saHuwHtRVI

Tomenable
23-07-21, 16:36
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tBkLyz2TYkQ

Duarte
28-07-21, 21:48
RIP Dusty Hill


https://youtu.be/ISveIzgq_kQ

Angela
29-07-21, 04:22
Loving You


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qt0tjD4MVDw&list=RDqt0tjD4MVDw&start_radio =1

Silesian
29-07-21, 14:25
Tribal Seeds - Blood Clot
We want no more of that.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vcTy_A0M8bo&list=RDQMPQappUC3SOA&start_rad io=1

AlfonsoVIII
29-07-21, 22:29
https://youtu.be/zjCtHgNEcV0

Salento
30-07-21, 01:55
Terra 🕷️


https://youtu.be/2qtpy1aYEEQ

Wind of Connaught


https://youtu.be/Wt8jrMmb5gM

Angela
30-07-21, 03:57
Terra ������️


https://youtu.be/2qtpy1aYEEQ
Wind of Connaught

https://youtu.be/Wt8jrMmb5gM

OMG, a Pizzica with no sun, no warmth. I feel as if the world turned upside down. :)

Salento
30-07-21, 05:45
OMG, a Pizzica with no sun, no warmth. I feel as if the world turned upside down. :)

… way less stiff than the Irish Gaelic dances, … Pizzica on :)

Angela
30-07-21, 15:23
… way less stiff than the Irish Gaelic dances, … Pizzica on :)

Absolutely!

I guess they can always try to imagine they're in the Salento on vacation with Biagio Antonacci! :)


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XxCso8WgvGg

Palermo Trapani
30-07-21, 15:52
RIP Dusty Hill


https://youtu.be/ISveIzgq_kQ

Duarte: Good one, I was wondering if there were any ZZ Top fans here. Saw them live in the 1980's. Lots of band members that I grew up with in the 1970's are passing on or already have.

For anyone here from Chicago, remember Jesus just left Chicago and He's bound for New Orleans. Although when he got there, might not have stayed to long either LOL.

Just kidding, both historical and interesting cities.

Cheers Duarte

Duarte
30-07-21, 16:21
Duarte: Good one, I was wondering if there were any ZZ Top fans here. Saw them live in the 1980's. Lots of band members that I grew up with in the 1970's are passing on or already have.

For anyone here from Chicago, remember Jesus just left Chicago and He's bound for New Orleans. Although when he got there, might not have stayed to long either LOL.

Just kidding, both historical and interesting cities.

Cheers Duarte

Hello Trapani. In Orlando, at Universal Studios Park, my son and I rode the Hollywood Rip Ride Rockit roller coaster listening a soundtrack of ZZ Top. Me and my son are big fans of the band.
Cheers PTrapani:good_job:


https://youtu.be/ooRcVjOn0F4

https://youtu.be/ooRcVjOn0F4

Palermo Trapani
31-07-21, 02:03
Duarte: You are exposing your son to great music. My view, and that is all it is, nothing matches the 1970's in terms of quality of bands in all genre of music.

Angela
01-08-21, 20:52
Duarte: You are exposing your son to great music. My view, and that is all it is, nothing matches the 1970's in terms of quality of bands in all genre of music.

Amen to that, although maybe we'll have a rock revival. :)


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ln-zDvQT3sQ&t=1s

Palermo Trapani
01-08-21, 21:52
Angela: I view lots of music from the 1970's on youtube and I notice in comments that many people in their 20's and 30's, instinctively and immediately realize the the depth of the lyrics, the ability to play instruments and the fact that those bands or solo acts, could actually sing.

Angela
02-08-21, 01:46
Angela: I view lots of music from the 1970's on youtube and I notice in comments that many people in their 20's and 30's, instinctively and immediately realize the the depth of the lyrics, the ability to play instruments and the fact that those bands or solo acts, could actually sing.

Absolutely true. It was still actual music into the 80s, but after that everything went downhill.

Younger people are shocked, as you say, that people know how to play instruments, and that singers didn't used to need auto-tune. That's one reason why I'm so obsessed with our new Italian rock band. They're better live than recorded. Also, it gives me hope that, as Damiano said when they won Eurovision: Rock Will Never Die. :)

Yetos
02-08-21, 03:54
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FhBnW7bZHEE'


New album

Palermo Trapani
02-08-21, 04:21
Absolutely true. It was still actual music into the 80s, but after that everything went downhill.

Younger people are shocked, as you say, that people know how to play instruments, and that singers didn't used to need auto-tune. That's one reason why I'm so obsessed with our new Italian rock band. They're better live than recorded. Also, it gives me hope that, as Damiano said when they won Eurovision: Rock Will Never Die. :)

Yes, I finished HS in the early 1980's, lots of good bands then that I liked, some sort of where alternative rock type bands from the late 1970's that got more popular in the early 1980's, B-52's, The Pretenders, Blondie, The Ramones, The Clash, and some acts that are pure 1980's from mid to the later part of the decade (i.e., Bon Jovi). Of course, some were established bands or some solo acts who use to be in Bands (i.e. Stevie Nicks of Fleetwood Mac, Paul McCartney leaving Wings) that were still dong well into the 1980's.

In the 1990's, only a few acts to me have stood the test of time, such as Alanis Morrissette and Natalie Merchant (i.e. Mercante) but it sort of was the "The Last Picture Show" to use a movie analogy of music.

Palermo Trapani
02-08-21, 07:59
Angela/Duarte: In some music thread earlier this year, Home Free was a topic of discussion (one of the few modern bands out there that I personally like). Anyway, they just released their version of the Patsy Cline "Crazy". Really good, sang it in a similar key as the late Patsy Cline.

Cheers.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MD17NnmqHuQ

Archetype0ne
02-08-21, 15:27
Very much enjoying eastern ethnic music during these hot days. Budha Bar Nostalgia.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qU6ShrWviXs
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qU6ShrWviXs

Archetype0ne
03-08-21, 11:12
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XArucrTm6c0

Angela
03-08-21, 16:20
Angela/Duarte: In some music thread earlier this year, Home Free was a topic of discussion (one of the few modern bands out there that I personally like). Anyway, they just released their version of the Patsy Cline "Crazy". Really good, sang it in a similar key as the late Patsy Cline.

Cheers.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MD17NnmqHuQ

I think it may be his best cover. It's a great key for him, and he did Patsy proud. :)

Salento
04-08-21, 03:57
Yuppi Du


https://youtu.be/pgj_QpQdxG8

… and this Daunian could really dance too :grin:


https://youtu.be/G18116TAmL4

Archetype0ne
05-08-21, 19:29
Why does il slang Napolitano slap so hard?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4uoMbo0TwsA
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4uoMbo0TwsA

Salento
09-08-21, 05:43
Diodato … (the 2020 Sanremo WINNER)
Bedd(r)ha ci Dormi … in Leccese :)


https://youtu.be/7Fw1FbE16nQ

Duarte
10-08-21, 02:03
See 0.10.20 onwards - Beatles in Concert - Ouro Preto Symphonic Orchestra - The Ouro Preto City Symphonic Orchestra interprets Beatles classics in a baroque Church in Sabará, Metropolitan Region of Belo Horizonte.


https://youtu.be/ZIJgNmjnd9Y

Angela
11-08-21, 02:58
I've found a new music and band to obsess on...It's sung in Ladino, the Sephardic dialect of Spanish used by Sephardic Jews. I think the band
is made up of descendants of Sephardic Jews who settled in Turkey after their expulsion. I adore them.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jq5cAJuUjAE

Regio X
14-08-21, 02:19
Some of the great Fierrabras, from Schubert, conducted by Claudio Abbado.

Act 3 - No.21 - Funeral March

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k2E2R9IVgdU&list=OLAK5uy_lcDVgr5umCddj0JeM MwIH6W_rWdBZqlgE&index=40

Act 3 - No.22
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ED5HK_WS_V8&list=OLAK5uy_lcDVgr5umCddj0JeMMwIH6W_rWdBZqlgE&index=41
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TUslGrMG5pY&list=OLAK5uy_lcDVgr5umCddj0JeMMwIH6W_rWdBZqlgE&index=42

Regio X
14-08-21, 02:28
After Otello, my Verdi's favorite: Macbeth. Amazing!

By Claudio Abbado.

1)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lfpfds8AMFU

2)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pu88DL5cyPE

Stuvanè
16-08-21, 22:59
https://youtu.be/GZczCi5YaaY

Archetype0ne
16-08-21, 23:49
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qcVt9-LqpJI
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qcVt9-LqpJI

Just love the Balkan instruments + Eastern vibe.

Archetype0ne
18-08-21, 11:00
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=36MbNghbIUM

Salento
30-08-21, 00:37
… some highlights:

Albano in Leccese (… though he’s Salentino), Il Volo in Griko - Kalinifta, Madame in Leccese - Mannaggia la marea, …


https://youtu.be/hL-KQQmKe8c

Charlie Roarke
03-09-21, 00:22
Mostly listen to recommendations on Spotify. As a rule the service shows me new house music :)

Stuvanè
04-09-21, 19:53
The old school doesn't lose its sheen. Stunning :)


https://youtu.be/hWGWFa3jznI

Salento
05-09-21, 02:52
Kalinifta (Good Evening … I Think)

Il Volo (in Griko)


https://youtu.be/A4_MIwf0xAI

Charlie Roarke
05-09-21, 21:38
Have a listen to Tiesto's Walking on Cloud. It is gorgeous!

Salento
06-09-21, 04:28
Aremu Rindineddhra / Rondinella - Madame
(in Griko - Leccese - Italian)


https://youtu.be/mrtU6enLiXw

Yetos
06-09-21, 19:17
Good bye Mikis
Καλο παραδεισο (Heven deserve)

https://static.dw.com/image/17880334_303.jpg


The musician of revolutions has passed away,
themusician who was imprisoned, tortured etc etc is not with usany more.
Mikis Theodorakis, the musician and politician who inspired many resists and revolt,
taking parts in many of them, is not with us any more.



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2AzpHvLWFUM

Yetos
06-09-21, 19:29
Tribute to Mikis

His song Αν θυμηθεισ το ονειρομου (if you remember my dream )


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WYy3PKzgaVI


later perfomed by Beatlles as Honeymoon


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4xnc2EoSfdc



His soundtrack on movie Z were and used in many riots, resist, etc
even by Kurds at Kombane till Afganistan


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jbaS5o_yBME

Yetos
06-09-21, 21:15
Theodorakis with Edith Piaf


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nKJTMXTc1kQ

with Joan Baez


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SeSVp65fI1M

again at movies


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_xMaIbsNxn0

movie Serpiko with Al Patsino


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W97DSH4R3SY


Honoured by Red Army band


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o4U5esBgTBo

Salento
07-09-21, 04:44
Bitter Land of mine … but beautiful!
Domenico Modugno (Born in the province of Bari and raised in Salento)

Best known for Volare … nel blu dipinto di blue :)

Amara Terra Mia


https://youtu.be/wFqwsdgfPNo

EV13SON
08-09-21, 01:37
Dirty Pair Project Eden OST if you like 80s pop, synth, guitar, and sax you will love this!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bLzcEtykFrc&t=222s

Salento
08-09-21, 04:10
Bitter Land of mine … but beautiful!
Domenico Modugno (Born in the province of Bari and raised in Salento)

Best known for Volare … nel blu dipinto di blue :)

Amara Terra Mia


https://youtu.be/wFqwsdgfPNo

Bitter Land of Mine (but Bella, I left you) - Albano (… Salentino D.O.C.)

:too_sad:


https://youtu.be/NJug4_UGHfY

Angela
08-09-21, 16:29
Bitter Land of Mine (but Bella, I left you) - Albano (… Salentino D.O.C.)

:too_sad:


https://youtu.be/NJug4_UGHfY

Unfortunately, there were once a lot of bitter lands in Italy.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JVu_rXDc1j8

Yetos
08-09-21, 20:53
Tribune to Mikis

Al bano sings Mikis


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3izdWYgMnRU

Milva sings Mikis


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rDLk2OBCcqY

Salento
09-09-21, 03:41
… deleted, I changed my mind, it happens, but not often :)

… was a Pizzica song

… although I like Rock, they added Rock where it doesn't belong.

Salento
10-09-21, 00:13
Pizzica di San Marzano (an Arbereshe (Albania) Community of Salento / Puglia:


https://youtu.be/a5XZbv0dNoE

Salento
10-09-21, 02:18
Pizzica di San Vito (dei Normanni - of the Normans) also in Salento, …

… there are more Apulian Vikings in addition to the Foggia Vikings.

… The the city was founded by the Norman Bohemond of Hauteville ( 1050 - 1111 AD), son of Robert Guiscard …they say.


https://youtu.be/ufx7g8chuuk

Jovialis
10-09-21, 05:37
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E-EwzD1GeOI

I have this song stuck in my head, because it came on the radio the other day. Here it is in a one hour loop.

Jovialis
11-09-21, 15:48
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ox4IRQVGsBU

I can't believe 20 years ago have passed already. I still remember that day vividly, I was in high school at the time.

Angela
11-09-21, 16:00
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ox4IRQVGsBU

I can't believe 20 years ago have passed already. I still remember that day vividly, I was in high school at the time.

God Bless America just finished playing and they're tolling the bells. I'm in floods, as always.

Angela
12-09-21, 16:42
I Will Remember You...


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oxoEpVDGvPE&list=OLAK5uy_mqwbaN8_fQCsccFmc q9w2h-RZ3rdfz8hU

EV13SON
13-09-21, 20:16
Some 80's dark synth Exandroid "Prowler" goes well with Robo Cop footage :)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ucstLLESKcM&list=PLrbtrSl-LUPfGjhHvgaMiINbkTNZtLdk5&index=19

EV13SON
16-09-21, 19:21
80's decadence with some Latin flare... Pacino Style

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2rpUA-FCQdo&list=PLrbtrSl-LUPfGjhHvgaMiINbkTNZtLdk5&index=145


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NuXrA75C-aw&list=PLrbtrSl-LUPfGjhHvgaMiINbkTNZtLdk5&index=29

Jovialis
17-09-21, 13:05
https://youtu.be/K6LF7v7FwtI

EV13SON
19-09-21, 18:50
Parla Russo?


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GEWIfS7ZIr8&list=PLrbtrSl-LUPfaZ93p6v3sgSAeD0XjQ_Vp&index=94


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0-J5Vg0SxLc

Angela
19-09-21, 20:06
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LE0SUL-dfsE

EV13SON
20-09-21, 01:05
This one gets my Romano Briton blood flowing...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6xUnSVTh8fI&list=PLrbtrSl-LUPfaZ93p6v3sgSAeD0XjQ_Vp&index=10

Archetype0ne
20-09-21, 20:59
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1tozQ-2wRSc


....at the point of ecstasy I write a symphony
Of poetry in motion, and leaving me there to die
I tell myself let no one take her place
To confide in someone and look at how much I paid
I want you next to me, call it telepathy
We drifted into vision and look how much we see...

Masterful sampling of Bee Gees - Closer than Close

Angela
20-09-21, 22:34
Miley Cyrus' cover of Nothing Else Matters by Metallica. I can't stand her personally, and I've never listened to her derivative teen age junk, but her recent covers of rock songs are great, imo. Also, has her voice dropped an octave or something? She's found her real genre.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DqoQY9bobow

This is up there with Disturbed doing Song of Silence.

Salento
21-09-21, 05:19
Masterful sampling of Bee Gees - Closer than Close

@Archetype0ne

These are the reasons why Ancestry doesn’t assign Salento to anyone:
the Griko, the Arbereshe, and the Normans.


Pizzica di San Marzano (an Arbereshe (Albania) Community of Salento / Puglia:


https://youtu.be/a5XZbv0dNoE

Kalinifta (Good Night … I Think)

Il Volo (in Griko)


https://youtu.be/A4_MIwf0xAI


Pizzica di San Vito (dei Normanni - of the Normans) also in Salento, …

… The the city was founded by the Norman Bohemond of Hauteville ( 1050 - 1111 AD), son of Robert Guiscard …they say.


https://youtu.be/ufx7g8chuuk

Angela
21-09-21, 16:32
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vqdCZ0yHNa4&list=PLvfovsEM9jbzp3kKIN4LOczE l87JrUx_V&index=235

Regio X
21-09-21, 18:43
Beautiful excerpt from the overture of I Vespri Siciliani (from Verdi), by Claudio Abbado and Berlin Philharmonic.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mck6R8M4iII&t=309s

Nice tribute (https://www.theguardian.com/music/2014/jan/27/daniel-barenboim-la-scala-tribute-claudio-abbado) to Claudio Abbado one week after his death, by Daniel Barenboim and La Scala: Marcia Funebre from the Eroica, Beethoven:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D-OsBg3xYt0

Angela
23-09-21, 04:39
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hOeqHuPkuws

Salento
24-09-21, 03:24
… e ninina nannanina ninaninà
generalize meaning: nà, tieni … “take it / let’s share it”, but it could also mean what you want it to mean.


https://youtu.be/Y6nRWhLK60Q

… na na na - Albano
… same as above … :)


https://youtu.be/Zs8GkkwIKzk

https://youtu.be/Zs8GkkwIKzk

Angela
29-09-21, 04:09
My husband's favorite song nowadays. Some nostalgia, but not a sad song for him or me, though...he still stands tall, proud, and strong, and always will. An iconic song about real men...


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fMIJuuk1SFs

Archetype0ne
29-09-21, 15:32
Bach would be proud.


https://youtu.be/lM3d1M8jjR0?t=2433


I tagged the vid where the song starts. Since the only other way to share is through bandcamp. The song is not on youtube.

Track ID: Marcu Rares - Coboara Bach

Here with the timestamp. Since timestamped embedding does not work for some reason.

https://youtu.be/lM3d1M8jjR0?t=2433

Archetype0ne
30-09-21, 20:00
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oc1ZdiBrG44

Magical bassline on this one.

Archetype0ne
30-09-21, 20:03
@Archetype0ne

These are the reasons why Ancestry doesn’t assign Salento to anyone:
the Griko, the Arbereshe, and the Normans.








I just saw this Salento.

Salento has a very rich History. Quite a lot of Great people to be proud of, and a lot of culture to go with it.

Will enjoy these songs, thanks.

Angela
02-10-21, 14:54
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qI1WcylNEuY

Angela
04-10-21, 02:12
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wn035sTzyi4

Angela
04-10-21, 15:56
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QCCAMn1LqeE

Salento
05-10-21, 02:08
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QCCAMn1LqeE

… Scorpions :) … Tarantula latest Rock rendition of “Fimmene” (Women)


https://youtu.be/OzxU9EBVy-M

Yetos
05-10-21, 07:03
tribune to Mikis

photo with Pablo Neruda
https://www.nuevatribuna.es/asset/thumbnail,992,558,center,center//media/nuevatribuna/images/2021/09/04/2021090413104569256.jpg


with English subs

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qP6abUUhZWc


Mikis and Deutch language,


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n8t4S1LXJTI



The lyrics are from Elytis, a Nombel pprize poet.

Just a single swallow and spring is all costly too
to get the sun back here it needs much work ado
Needed are thousands dead ones working at the wheels
needed are yet the living shedding their blood with zeal


Oh my Master Builder God, in amongst mountains You built me
oh my Master Builder God, round with all seas You girded me!


Taken away by sages the body of May now slain
and in a sepulchre out in open seas it’s lain
in an abysmal well it’s kept enclosed all through
all of the darkness scented, all of the abyss too


Oh my Master Builder God, in amongst lilacs there You are
oh my Master Builder God, Your resurrection smells afar!

Angela
05-10-21, 16:29
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SCngPse1iiI&list=OLAK5uy_kPWDJ2c3p7nH_Br9Q _o-1xdZID__qldXM

Jovialis
05-10-21, 20:17
Stay tuned, next week, I hope to have surprise if everything goes according to plan:


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=17lkdqoLt44

Regio X
06-10-21, 04:26
Mussorgsky - Night on Bald Mountain


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iCEDfZgDPS8

Regio X
06-10-21, 23:34
Verdi - Tuba Mirum


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FcFrImouGg8

Angela
08-10-21, 17:58
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pFCBSiXG59U

Regio X
09-10-21, 02:18
Ponchielli - Dance of the Hours


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W3ILbnHhAzk

Angela
10-10-21, 16:28
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xqZxek5qi8k

Jovialis
12-10-21, 12:02
https://youtu.be/6cNiSzJZkRw

Cato
13-10-21, 11:09
https://youtu.be/b7uQrXJ5nI8

Inviato dal mio POT-LX1T utilizzando Tapatalk

Angela
14-10-21, 01:12
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JDLarpZEsyk

Fifty-six years ago, and yet capable of giving me goosebumps today. Some music doesn't age.

Jovialis
14-10-21, 11:51
https://youtu.be/ocIT67BAL4k
Gotta Gotta Gotta go.

Jovialis
15-10-21, 17:50
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=03TvZntHogQ

Cato
16-10-21, 08:43
https://youtu.be/pwDo0JUeKqM

Inviato dal mio M2101K9G utilizzando Tapatalk

Yetos
16-10-21, 10:24
https://youtu.be/ocIT67BAL4k
Gotta Gotta Gotta go.




wow, you have sent me a trip, back in time..



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7hfaB4tjmLc



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wlinaPYZovY



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nLlnZ-SFEC8

Angela
16-10-21, 16:10
It's a change of pace, but it popped up on my feed. I adore this group, and particularly the lead singer: Damiano.

Every one of their live performances at this venue is terrific, but this song just tears your heart out. It tears his heart out too, as you can tell. Instead of walking around and owning the stage in the high energy way he usually does, he owns it in another way: through his stillness, his absolute concentration on what it means to him. Just beautiful, as is he.

There are English subtitles on screen.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E2vkogK7yMU

Their latest song, "Mamma Mia" is a banger, funny, an ironic send up of stereotypes about Italians, but so overtly sexual that I blushed even though I was alone; altogether too much for someone with my imagination. :)

Jovialis
18-10-21, 17:23
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1XMvPTFzgVU

Jovialis
18-10-21, 17:31
wow, you have sent me a trip, back in time..



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7hfaB4tjmLc



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wlinaPYZovY



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nLlnZ-SFEC8

All great songs, and bands! I love Hardcore Punk and Thrash metal, as well as the cross-over variety!

Jovialis
18-10-21, 17:36
I like to think of my avatar as having blue hair, because the lion is a punk rocker.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SvLTFr3kToA

Angela
19-10-21, 23:37
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tzSblmfrJX8

Angela
21-10-21, 17:47
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=luv89w3tjVw

Angela
23-10-21, 03:03
Damn, the 80s were GREAT! Hit Me With Your Best Shot:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0JRgHol94Xc
The hell with modern styles. I have to get that haircut. So damn easy; shower and go. :)

Salento
23-10-21, 03:18
Johnny B, Goode

… fyi … the song is on Voyager, it will be Rocking into Space for one billion years, unless the Aliens find it first, :thinking: we’re the Aliens :)


https://youtu.be/6swgiM9vSEE

Angela
23-10-21, 15:04
Johnny B, Goode

… fyi … the song is on Voyager, it will be Rocking into Space for one billion years, unless the Aliens find it first, :thinking: we’re the Aliens :)


https://youtu.be/6swgiM9vSEE

That is so cool! I love this song; really, I love that whole era of music, as well as the 70s and 80s.

God, The Boss looks and sounds so good, and look at Steve Van Zandt! :)

Incredible the amount of great music that has come out of Jersey.

Salento
23-10-21, 23:28
That is so cool! I love this song; really, I love that whole era of music, as well as the 70s and 80s.

God, The Boss looks and sounds so good, and look at Steve Van Zandt! :)

Incredible the amount of great music that has come out of Jersey.

… that reminds me, I saw ‘Jersey Boys’ on Broadway a few years ago :)

Archetype0ne
24-10-21, 03:27
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s-kJU21Flr0

Angela
24-10-21, 03:47
… that reminds me, I saw ‘Jersey Boys’ on Broadway a few years ago :)

That was such a fun show, wasn't it? :) I liked it better than the movie.

Bruce Springsteen
Jon Bon Jovi
Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons
Paul Simon
Frank Sinatra
Nancy Sinatra
Debbie Harry
Whitney Houston
Gloria Gaynor
Kool and The Gang
The Fugees-Lauryn Hill, Wyclif Jean
Queen Latifah
The Jonas Brothers

Actors and Actresses
John Travolta
Joe Pesci
Danny DeVito
Ray Liotta
James Gandolfini
Jack Nicholson
Bruce Willis
Meryl Streep
Ed Harris
Joe Pantoliano
Susan Sarandon
Eva Marie Saint
Sandra Dee
Kirsten Dunst
Jerry Lewis
Jason Lane
Paul Rudd
Mira Sorvino
Jason Alexander
Kevin Spacey
Michael Douglas
Zak Braf
Ice T


I could do the same for writers, sports figures etc.

One small state but a heck of a lot of talent.

Angela
01-11-21, 19:38
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jT1Ic7qn9OM

Angela
04-11-21, 01:08
One of my favorite songs ever...


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aQnJ4mIfT0c

Yetos
05-11-21, 15:39
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UOVYrDZdssg

Salento
08-11-21, 06:12
Taranta World

… Casting out your Demon … and from all the People of the World …


https://youtu.be/MuLCOgPwGS0

Austin Jones
08-11-21, 21:26
Lately, I have been listening to rapcore and classical music most often.

Olive00
09-11-21, 14:14
I’m listening to my favorite soundtrack from the series "Big Little Lie". Cold Little Heart - Michael Kiwanuka. I just love this song. When I hear it, I immediately relax, disconnect from the outside world and are morally transported to the coast of Australia. I don't know how it works, before that no soundtrack from the movie or series affected me like that. Sometimes I want to watch this series again just because every series starts with this song.

Angela
09-11-21, 18:49
Freddie doesn't really need music behind him to give him reference points; beautiful, just beautiful.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I6J_h8p5ogY

Flann Fina
09-11-21, 19:27
https://youtu.be/WW2iLXlMBGA

Salento
10-11-21, 04:57
Bacchus' maidens - Gioia Del Colle :)


https://youtu.be/Ydz32BV7c6s

Salento
10-11-21, 05:12
… Indiavolata ( … Devilish)


https://youtu.be/rNvldlqkeqg

Angela
10-11-21, 15:47
… Indiavolata ( … Devilish)

https://youtu.be/rNvldlqkeqg


He's just great! How I wish I could have been there. What a vibe, as they say! :)

Dax Bryant
13-11-21, 17:41
I love listening to rapcore and metalcore.

Angela
15-11-21, 00:52
Lady Gaga looks just beautiful here and her performance is STUPENDOUS. Can we also hear it for Tony Bennet, so old and frail, battling Alzheimer's and yet still singing. You can see the love between them, and it's so touching.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xyTa_gJkYwI

Yetos
15-11-21, 03:59
memories from Mikis


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SoGdeg2K81c

Archetype0ne
19-11-21, 14:19
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=go2BxFNrF4c

Austin Jones
20-11-21, 13:22
Our Last Night - HELL TO HAVE YOU w/ Sam Tinnesz (Studio Video)

Salento
21-11-21, 05:59
Aremu / Rondinella - Madame
(Griko, Italian, and Leccese rendition)


https://youtu.be/mrtU6enLiXw

Austin Jones
22-11-21, 13:30
Great song, thanks a lot for sharing.

MJMa
25-11-21, 11:28
I'll meet you at Midnight - Smokie

Dax Bryant
27-11-21, 14:11
Lately I have been listening to classical music.

adrianuslucas
28-11-21, 00:25
Beppe Gambetta - 2020 - Where The Wind Blows (Dove Tia O Vento)

Angela
02-12-21, 19:57
How much I love you: Gigliola Cinquetti with English subtitles

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VMWSpfnHOSw