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PostPosted: Wed Dec 18, 2013 10:00 am   Post subject: Reply with quote


Darn I missed a good version in Sweden :-/ I love the transition to the score.

For reference here is the original:




But after that Malukah made it famous with her version:



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Malukah version is nice indeed but doesn't get the mystical experience you will find with Erutan.


But two new entries for this topic:



First one is the music for the Finnish Opera Ballet performance of the Snow Queen, music by Tuomas Kantelinen. Breatthaking classical music with enough wit and taking on various styles during the travelling that happens in the story.
The other is by Dutch country/folk band 'Wolf in Loveland' Their second cd is a bit more bodied than their first one that had more a singer-songwriter style. This one still has the Dylan-feel with it but funded with drums and beautiful harmonious background singers.
Single 'the Devil has no home' has hit portential.
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2Cellos



An album I was introduced to here in SST forums.
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I just bought the nameless debut album of "the Common Linnets"



The Common Linnets (Ilse de Lange & Waylon) were the Dutch entry and ended up #2 in the recent Eurovision Song contest. The album is filled with gorgeous country songs with the blend of their voices being alternately used as solo voices on some tracks. Good lyrics too.
Incl. the ESC song: "Calm after the storm" that is now #1 in many charts.
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PostPosted: Sun Jun 08, 2014 10:10 pm   Post subject: Reply with quote


Got this a bit ago:



Yes, it's that Hugh Laurie, the British actor from "House MD," "Black Adder," "Jeeves & Wooster" and a bunch of other shows.
This is his second musical album, similar style to his previous (old jazz & blues).
I just saw him perform with his band in Houston last night – lotsa fun! Cool
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I just picked up the new P!@tD album a few weeks ago. I caught them live a couple of times last month (they opened for FOB) but this wasn't out yet at the time so I had to wait a bit. It's currently getting heavy rotation on my PC/car/phone/wherever else I can put it. A couple of tracks I really like and the rest I love, including a few I'm sort of mini-obsessing over at the mo.

If you liked their previous album, it's probably closest in sound/style to that one... highly danceable indie rock. But this album is also very retro-tinged in places so if you like '80s alternative or new wave stuff, you might like that aspect of it, too. If you're into either, I highly recommend picking it up.


Mojo, thank you for your recommendation. I 've bought it lately. Songs are short but full of energy. Although P!@tD released this album last year, their music reminds me old times. I saw/heard 'This Is Gospel' and 'Girls/Girls/Boys' unplugged on Youtube. Awesome! Even better than album versions.
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For guitar music enthusiasts. For Mike's fans this light music is maybe a bit disappointing. I 've bought deluxe edition including tracks without vocal. I really enjoy listening to this cool stuff when I drive a car.
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Nice addition martino, I have a lot of the old Mike Oldfield stuff on tape somewhere. I cherish my vinyl album of "Incantations"
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after having heard a World Premiere performance of this Max Richter recomposition of Vivaldi's Four Seasons I was very curious to the end result on album. Deutsche Grammophone has released it:


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Stumbled upon an album on Adagio containing all symphonies of Samuel Wesley.
A beautiful edition of work by this 'English Mozart'
A visit to Muziekweb, Rotterdam made it mine.


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PostPosted: Sat Nov 01, 2014 2:59 pm   Post subject: Reply with quote


Amidst the spree of new albums of soundtracks some non-soundtracks found their way to my collection too.



First one was a nice gift by Molossus
* Michal Lorenc by DesOrient
nice interpretations of Lorenc songs with Eastern/Asian feel.

Then there are the two albums by young talented singer Jake Bugg.
* Jake Bugg and Shangri La by Jake Bugg
Debutalbum and follow-up, with the latter being professionaly produced,
although both have the sound of the '60's guitarpop completed with Jake's Bob Dylan-voice.
* Passion by Murray Head.
This multitalented British singer is best known for his leading role in "Chess" and the hitsingle "One night in Bangkok"
His flexible vocal chords can do many more genres which are showcased on this album, contains some nice covers too.
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Just got:

Sonic Highways by Foo Fighters


Wonders by The Piano Guys
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I will have a listen to the Piano Guys CD next time i'm at Muziekweb, Rotterdam.
The combination of instruments on the cover intrigues me.

And so I did with the Oldfield album Martino mentioned above, and I bought that one too. It's unlike his early work an album with popsongs in the style of his later hits.
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The Very Best Of Leszek Możdżer


I'm not as big fan of Leszek as to have his complete discography, but I'm a fan anyway, so this compilation easily caught my eye.
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The Endless River by Pink Floyd

Next album released after 20 years and they said, this is the last one Sad
Beautiful adventure with PF music ended.
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