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Re: A Nickel in the Jukebox
« Reply #225 on: April 09, 2012, 03:44:59 PM »
Mahler - Symphony no.5, its all rather wonderful but this is just ..... captivating


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Re: A Nickel in the Jukebox
« Reply #226 on: April 10, 2012, 04:19:36 PM »

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Re: A Nickel in the Jukebox
« Reply #227 on: May 19, 2012, 04:34:24 AM »


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Re: A Nickel in the Jukebox
« Reply #228 on: May 19, 2012, 01:54:17 PM »
Wow, that was intense.

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Re: A Nickel in the Jukebox
« Reply #229 on: May 30, 2012, 01:16:11 PM »
While driving home from the store, this tune came on and I decided to
check it out on You Tube. It's by Clinic and it's titled "Walking With Thee".
I laughed when I saw what was involved with the video!!!

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It would be great if someone could do something like that with a Male &
Female doll !!!

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Re: A Nickel in the Jukebox
« Reply #230 on: May 30, 2012, 02:13:48 PM »
While driving home from the store, this tune came on and I decided to
check it out on You Tube. It's by Clinic and it's titled "Walking With Thee".
I laughed when I saw what was involved with the video!!!

 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6KeHTP6X3qw

It would be great if someone could do something like that with a Male &
Female doll !!!

Take care! litlluvr.

This sounds like a job for Lucien and Stacy!

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Re: A Nickel in the Jukebox
« Reply #231 on: July 10, 2012, 11:33:26 AM »
     This is a copy of a post that I wrote for the Dresden Files characters' favorite music.

     Thomas might be into light jazz (Dave Brubeck - "Take Five"), swing (Glenn Miller - "In The Mood") and some classical. He might groove on Bond, but the videos could make him Hungry.

     Bob would definitely dig the Bond girls! Watch "Allegretto". (Why are my glasses steaming up?) He would also be big on Heart - "These Dreams" and Stevie Nicks - "Rhiannon". Harry's birthday present to Bob: "Art Of Noise - Moments in love". (Glasses still steamed, tongue hanging out.)

     Karrin Murphy might be into Celtic Woman - "Mo Ghile Mear" (Hands off, Bob!) with a little AC/DC thrown in - "Hells Bells". (Gee, what made me think of that?  ;)  )  Bette Midler"The Rose" would be on her playlist. (This song always makes me cry, but I love it!)

     The Carpenters would listen to Contemporary Christian, (Point of Grace) "Steady On", but Molly might try to sneak in some Crüxshadows - "DragonFly" and Nine Inch Nails"Only". I hope Charity does not find these!   :o

     Harry might like Art of Noise, "Moments In Love" and Jethro Tull - "The Whistler". He would also like the Man With The Golden Arm theme youTube, Wikipedia, Internet Movie DataBase, and the Peter Gunn theme youTube - Henry Mancini, Wikipedia, Internet Movie DataBase, "Peter Gunn" by Art of Noise. Harry's theme song might be "Fools Rush In". Did I hear Michael humming that tune?  ;D

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Re: A Nickel in the Jukebox
« Reply #232 on: October 29, 2012, 07:12:44 PM »
Has it really been so long since I last posted in here? Yep. It isn't that I haven't heard any worth while music (I've heard lots of it).

So, recently I got to listen to Garbage's newest album "Not Your Kind of People."

Beloved Freak has really struck a special spot in my heart. Somewhere, down there, I still have not matured past that awkward person I was in High School who was afraid of other people and the person I might become. There were feelings in my heart that were and still are hard to reconcile with the person I appear to be on the outside.

In a way, for as normal as I behave and look, I still feel like a freak at times. My involvement with this doll hobby of ours doesn't help things in that regard (though I do love my dolls, and I'm sure if they had feelings, they would love me too).

So, it is nice to hear a song from a band I have long enjoyed that has a message of hope and happiness to it.

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Re: A Nickel in the Jukebox
« Reply #233 on: April 09, 2013, 04:44:17 PM »
Its been a really nasty winter here and in the rest of the world the weather has shaken its fist at us!
So, yesterday was a really nice sunny spring day , still a little chilly but with that wonderful light you get early in the year.
The bulbs I planted came up through the snow , waiting for the light to tell them to flower and grin at the world.
They are only the second thing I have ever planted in my garden!


And now today its back to those gloomy leaden skies again, a cold drizzle of rain, the sort that makes you damp rather than wet and slowly chills you.
And then this song came to mind.
How I long to see some sun!

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Re: A Nickel in the Jukebox
« Reply #234 on: April 09, 2013, 06:01:15 PM »
And now today its back to those gloomy leaden skies again, a cold drizzle of rain, the sort that makes you damp rather than wet and slowly chills you.
And then this song came to mind.
How I long to see some sun!

Well said Ray :)
..and here in Germany we have the same  :(

Very nice picture! That is hope.  :D
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Re: A Nickel in the Jukebox
« Reply #236 on: April 10, 2013, 04:17:05 AM »
I think we are all on the same latitude more or less Incred and Bluemouse so our weather is fairly similar.
Next year I will plant some snowdrops, they are wonderful popping out the snow like they do, how I love spring.
That and Autumn are my favourite seasons.

And following the theme of this thread my favourite violinist the ever amazing genius of Nigel Kennedy
Vivaldi- Spring, but listen to this mans incredible warm up, man, he can play a demon fiddle !!!!



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Re: A Nickel in the Jukebox
« Reply #237 on: April 10, 2013, 05:42:14 AM »
Cannot keep up with all Bels music output or maybe even style but heres another I like.All old stuff.
Really annoys me when they play this on the radio as those aresehole DJ's always talk over the magic sax break at the end!

Lou Reed again  :)


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Re: A Nickel in the Jukebox
« Reply #238 on: April 10, 2013, 06:28:55 AM »
Then theres my all time favourite musician ever, a man whose career I have followed since it began.
A man who could actually make music from feedback and then switch effortlessly to acoustic guitar.
And hes still touring ,he's playing here later this year.

So many tracks I love but which to choose?
These will do :)

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Re: A Nickel in the Jukebox
« Reply #239 on: April 10, 2013, 07:15:06 AM »

Best band ?
Well for me a very influential one, saw them when Syd Barrett was still in the band  .
This album is probably their best but all their work is out of this world.

Who else but Pink Floyd (and which ones Pink?)

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