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Love how audience giggled when they heard the music of International Karate.

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Anyone else here interested in music containing orgasmic voices? Here, this one is from Ennio Morricone...
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(That's what Youtube says) 😅

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Try out some old school funk.  Fun Fact; this was the first song to ever use a synthesizer for the base rifs.

 

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Here's an rather obscure album of Vangelis. Give the whole thing a listen if/when you have time. If you can show a little patience you may find it quite rewarding.

I used to listen to this album while doing my technical drawing assignments, almost 30 years ago... 😋

I don't know if the album has a story or theme to it, but I always thought that it was something about Aztecs, due to the snake on the back cover. Unlike the usual Vangelis stuff this one has some choral work, which is probably the actual highlight of the album.

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Here's a piece from another obscure album I have. It's from the OST of Nostromo tv series composed by Ennio Morricone, a pretty good album overall. Yes, it's also the name of the spaceship in Alien... 😅

 

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When you notice the people in the comment section talking about "sampling" these old stuff, you'll know why today's music is shit.

This is the best version, I think:

 

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Some creepy music for you, if you're in the mood...

 

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A nice OST album I've just found on YT. I particularly loved the final 3 minutes or so.

 

 

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'Since I've been loving you' LedZep cover.  This narrow-assed little blonde can really belt it out.

 

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Had to include this piano cover. I think she did an awesome job.

 

Lyrics

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Come with me, don't be scared
I'm sure you'll enjoy the ride
Hellish dreams, it's the time
You've been all waiting for

Let me please show you the way
The grim reaper awaits
Flat fifth whistle announces
The deadly departure

Like a wrecking bone
The train is gone
Next station please
Fasten the belts
Three minutes left
To the fear circus

Do you feel the winter?
The frozen kiss awakens your sorrow
Leave behind those ancient towns
Forget, bring thy pain and mourn

Let me please show you the way
The grim reaper awaits
Flat fifth whistle announces
The deadly departure

Like a wrecking bone
The train is gone
Next station please
Fasten the belts
Three minutes left
To the fear circus

 

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Here are some of the gems I've discovered recently...

 

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Did a bit research today to identify two seemingly unknown music tracks used on a random video on YT, took me a couple of hours. Why did I do it? Well, a couple of people had asked about them in the comments and they didn't get any reply so I wanted to help them, not because I was feeling particularly charitable but I loved the music as well.

In the first track, I immediately recognized the voice of Edda Dell'Orso, but I couldn't figure out who the composer was, well, at least not immediately. So had to do a bit of listening. Funny thing is, I've recently been listening to a lot his music, so that might have helped me find it rather quickly.

I had heard the second track before, at least once, but I had no clue about what it is. I didn't recognize the voice either. But almost immediately knew that it wasn't Italian. So I used an online music identification tool on a short section of the track which gave me at least something to start with. About 20 mins later I found it.

Anyways, here they are, along with some info. Hope you like them.

1st track: "Souvenir D'Un Soir" from Blondy (aka. Vortex) OST (1976) Composer: Stelvio Cipriani, Vocals: Edda Dell'Orso

2nd track: "Maldonne" from Maldonne (aka. Misdeal) OST (1969) Composer: Vladimir Cosma, Vocals: Christiane Legrand (Michel Legrand's sister)

 

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4 minutes ago, endgameaddiction said:

At least it's better than that baby metal crap.

Check this out.

13 yr old little fuckers...:grin: They're great.

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