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What music are you listening to right now?

Trying to wake up and move...need stimulating music. What mood are you in? ....Say it in music.


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Red1234
20 hours ago (Last activity: 10th Aug 2020 23:47:39)
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Hi. Is any one else into
Classic F M ???
Response from SilverBlue made 19 hours ago
Yes lovely station - enjoy listening to them when I wake up in the morning
Response from Red1234 made 19 hours ago
Hi. Thanks for reply.
Good. M H
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Response from Jace10Mace made 9 hours ago
Sade - Lovers Rock
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Response from Red1234 made 8 hours ago > @SilverBlue
Have you any Fav
Music
I have found it so helpful
During Lockdown.
Interesting hearing
who and why the music
Was used in Flims
Got quite educated.
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jess975
2 days ago (Last activity: 10th Aug 2020 00:57:56)
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hfjHJneVonE one of my absolute favourites huge Eurovision Fan
Response from The_bees_knees made 1 days ago
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..... It's like a Ronnie Barker sketch!

"Ruskje, Ruskje.....Daj Daj da da da da Daj, Daj Daj Daj Daj Daj Daj!"
(with appropriate spelling)

I have to get over this.....
jess975
2 days ago
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One republic Love runs out - try that
jess975
2 days ago
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Portugal adore you tube - just ploughing thru my play list finished listening to jamie N commons ace track
spica
3 days ago
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"Pamela, Pamela Remember the days..."
Yes Wayne, we certainly do !!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TEaFQk4FuL0
The_bees_knees
25th Jul 2020 22:22:38 (Last activity: 7th Aug 2020 11:35:04)
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PETER GREEN

https://youtu.be/_HTUah3ivIo

Need Your Love So Bad
Response from David65 made 3 days ago
Definitely the perfect song for me rn as i can tell from the song title... I'm sooo looking into it to listen
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Response from David65 made 3 days ago > @Sally - Silversurfer's Editor
Thank you Sally, i will definitely do that. My appreciation also for letting me join this site. David xx
Yodama Original Poster
26th Jun 2019 09:17:44 (Last activity: 7th Aug 2020 10:11:51)
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Good morning......


https://youtu.be/J0j3-tmQLjg
Response from David65 made 3 days ago
Good morning from SA Yodama, surely that's a nice song to start off the day
Midnight Caller
22nd Jul 2020 17:53:34 (Last activity: 7th Aug 2020 08:09:22)
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Yesterday,I had a Mike Oldfield marathon,his music has been with me during all the stages in my life,
Is anyone a fan of his music?
Response from The_bees_knees made on 22nd Jul 2020 19:59:03
......
grand piano,
reed and pipe organ,
glockenspiel,
bass guitar,
double speed guitar,
two slightly distorted guitars,
mandolin!
Spanish guitar
and introducing acoustic guitar,

plus tubular bells.


Beautiful!

https://youtu.be/FG9vPRTWA_U

I love this and although I never owned my copy until 3 years ago (having had an older brother who had the album 'in the front room'....which we adopted as the 'music room'... a vinyl-filled Alladin's cave it was!)

Bees
Response from Midnight Caller made on 23rd Jul 2020 12:11:40 > @The_bees_knees
Hi Bees,thank you so much for the reply,much appreciated as I am new on here,as well as very recently widowed...the music of Mike Oldfield brings back so many memories - all good I must say,and having a play for the first time since my husband left this earth,seemed to give me some sort of peace, oh lol...he was not the big fan that I was, but we went to many concerts,his favourite album was "Platinum" quite a few albums from the first being Tubular Bells! had to laugh about 'the front room' my mum and dad truly hated my music choices,and I was allowed to play my music at certain times...lol usually when they were down the garden, my dad wondered why on earth would I play such 'depressing' music' especially Pink Floyd .
Response from HelenB862 made on 30th Jul 2020 15:10:16 > @The_bees_knees
Ha! I remember those lyrics.. Just the day before yesterday I picked 'Tubular Bells...' as a password for one of my accounts. My friends and I at that time played that album to death; a great album.
Response from Sally - Silversurfer's Editor made on 30th Jul 2020 15:46:16 > @HelenB862
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Response from Midnight Caller made on 30th Jul 2020 18:10:13 > @HelenB862
Helen, I think I went through 3 LP's ....worn them out,but thought that lovely voice introducing Tubular Bells was indeed Mike Oldfield...pretty gutted to find out it wasn't lol.
Response from The_bees_knees made on 31st Jul 2020 03:08:29 > @HelenB862
.....Indeed!
Amazingly, only 17yrs old when he first started working on it (19 when released)
The only instruments Oldfield didn't play were the flutes and string bass.

Interestingly, the most famous part, was used in the 1973 film The Exorcist!

As for the voice (Midnight
Caller)...it was that of Viv Stanshall's of the Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band!
Apparently quite challenging in a drunken state....kept getting them wrong! Incidentally, you can 'get them' on a t-shirt... I have actually seen one worn.
Response from elgin52 made on 31st Jul 2020 09:35:18 > @The_bees_knees
There was also a similar track by the Bonzo Dog Dooh Dah Band which contained the immortal line, "and looking very relaxed, Adolf Hitler on vibes...."
Response from Midnight Caller made on 31st Jul 2020 13:53:43 > @The_bees_knees
Afternoon Bees...yes you may see from my post to Helen that the disappointment was gobsmacking...considering I was aware of the Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah-Band, and did not find Viv at all to my taste musically or in other ways..lol...Tubular Bells I first heard in Top Shop-Richmond,I had gone there to buy some new clothes,in there was a a juke box, it had LP's playing on it and no,the customer didn't have a choice on what was playing, I still...yes really remember where I was standing and what I was looking to buy, TB started playing and I froze big time..I stayed in the shop until it finished...then went out..without what I had gone in there for...2 shops along to the music store where I bought TB
Response from Midnight Caller made on 31st Jul 2020 13:56:21 > @elgin52
Elgin, Viv from Bonzo had an amazing voice ,but not at all in anyway to my taste,like I have said,the disappointment that the voice didn't match the face was sooooo disappointing...will look up later the track you mentioned..
Response from elgin52 made on 31st Jul 2020 16:22:50 > @Midnight Caller
Look no further, Midnight Caller

https://youtu.be/hcrUuCDFLOQ
The Bonzo Dog Doodah Band- The Intro And The Outro
Response from Midnight Caller made on 31st Jul 2020 18:25:57 > @elgin52
OMG..thank you so much...that did give me a laugh
Response from Shianne47 made 4 days ago > @HelenB862
Hi I used to annoy my neighbors with tubular bells.
Response from Sally - Silversurfer's Editor made 4 days ago > @Shianne47
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Shelfside
6 days ago
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I is back - as they say on the street. Being too busy in lockdown to spend much time on such frippery as this site... What I have spent some hours (days) doing however, was looking into the life and times (crimes) of Charles Manson, he of the Helter Skelter murders of August '69. Listened to a lot of music from those days, and what was going on on the west coast of the US, notably the Haight Ashbury area of LA. Must admit that most of what I would term as hippy music does jack for me, but this track blew my mind, maaaan.
Check it out dude. From 1967, but wow does it hit home!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7eNWuXRAfNw
shrew1742
23rd Jul 2020 10:14:59 (Last activity: 25th Jul 2020 11:29:49)
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Yodama has not been on here for quite a while now !!!!!!!!! Anyone know why ?
Response from spica made on 24th Jul 2020 09:45:29
Hi Shrew ... no responses !!
Looks like Yodama has taken a break ... no doubt well earned.
I've not heard directly or otherwise, but hopefully good to see her posting again soon.
Regards spica
Response from shrew1742 made on 25th Jul 2020 11:29:49 > @spica
OK thank you for that.

Hope she is alright. A very witty lady who has made me smile many a time.

Plus she likes a lot of the music that I like. But then again I think she likes
most types of music.
spica
25th Jul 2020 03:07:35 (Last activity: 25th Jul 2020 10:00:01)
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Meeting at the Ace Cafe ... soon ??
Triumph Day, Ace Cafe London ... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RX0CcZyxFu8
Imelda May at The Ace Cafe! ... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vpUxcNsCZpo
Rockin' at the Ace! ... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fHjw28UXbPw

Mark Wilsomore ... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6hHvMxhePWo
Response from Wilf made on 25th Jul 2020 07:01:55
Great selection!
Response from The_bees_knees made on 25th Jul 2020 10:00:01
Café Racers.....not a wing-mirror in sight!

Tritons (Norton/Triumph).....
beautiful.

Thank you spica. 😉
Neisha
22nd Jul 2020 20:03:07 (Last activity: 23rd Jul 2020 19:17:14)
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I listen to Internet radio during the day when I am working - a station called Jazz Groove which makes for some very easy listening. In the evening I enjoy Whisperings Solo Piano on Tune in.
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Thank you for the welcome Sally! Am slowly finding my way round the site.
spica
22nd Jul 2020 04:51:14 (Last activity: 22nd Jul 2020 07:15:39)
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OK, let's try a list
A couple from the Fifties
.. Buddy Holly - It Doesn't Matter Anymore ... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wWNI8z0eJQE
.. Adam Faith - What Do You Want ... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sgeFRgQpT8Y
.. Al Martino - Here In My Heart ... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oCgmhrJtMFI
From the Sixties
.. The Doors - Light My Fire ... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AMCl9eOBlsY
.. Beatles - I Should Have Known Better ... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5en2JMLA8Z0
.. Herman's Hermits - My Sentimental Friend ... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xn-zFm7KQvg
From the Seventies
.. Carole King - So Far Away ... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rJGPXP7i-RM
.. Linda Ronstadt - Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered ... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-OV9zJdj408
.. Nicolette Larson - Lotta Love ... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c0tCYDYDi34
From the Eighties, etc ... help, out of my depth 🙂

and one for Yodama ...
all the better for Yodama's commentary, her music, her humour, her company ...
First recorded in 1918, by many since - After You've Gone ...https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MvbmqNsLKZI
Response from The_bees_knees made on 22nd Jul 2020 07:15:39
1980's almost a complete loss music-wise (bar some very rare ones worthy of a mention)

Now spica....you have dug out a record from 1918

102 YEARS OLD TODAY....this was recorded.
Recorded by American singer Marion Harris (who was the first widely known white singer of jazz and blues!)

https://youtu.be/cvl03auT2rs

I am SURE Yodama will appreciate your choice!

& A HAPPY 102nd BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION TO...
"After You've Gone" (1918)
elgin52
14th Jul 2020 18:56:04 (Last activity: 16th Jul 2020 12:28:12)
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Hi The_bees_knees

My reply to you on Recommendations has been "awaiting approval" for so long now that I`m listening to John Sebastian while I wait.

https://youtu.be/MbPiWwNeiKE
The Lovin` Spoonful- Younger Generation
Response from The_bees_knees made on 14th Jul 2020 20:21:34
"Awaiting approval"? Have you joined my in my status as Black Sheep for flagrant use of French words of the mildly offensive (not) variety?
Nay....never have thought it of you eligin52 and I would've thought my experience alone would have been a lesson to you!
(It does grate rather though I must say, to have to wait for it to be published. 12 hrs was one of my longest waits!)

This is the ONLY Lovin' Spoonful record I am familiar with (probably the most well-known I would imagine!)

https://youtu.be/zs8ZNa73OS4

Summer in the City
Response from elgin52 made on 14th Jul 2020 21:07:20 > @The_bees_knees
Lol Bees. Our cases are not similar. You a young woman in her fifties who knows how to swear in French and admits to "riding pilion". Myself, a gentleman of advanced years and unblemished character who merely wanted to post a link to With A Little Help From My Friends by the Beatles.

Seriously though, its just struck me that in the course of the post I mentioned a later version of that song by a certain Joe..... You know his surname. Do you really think that could be why my post was disallowed?!!
Response from The_bees_knees made on 14th Jul 2020 21:22:52
The sheer hilarity of it....come on....surely not?.... We here are now discussing this.....
Remember my Roxy Music quoting lyrics ...well that took forever....and yet it was used by a famous perfumery for a television advert!
( It was more about 'inflating' than 'exploding'!)

We must take care not to link Joe C's wonderful performances!

P.S I too used to be of unblemished character pre-Silversurfers days!
Response from The_bees_knees made on 14th Jul 2020 21:36:38 > @The_bees_knees
Incidentally, didn't you know Sally Silversurfers Editor rides motorcycles.
At least I am sure she road-tested a number of models and wrote an in depth article about them?
Where have you been?

What's this "admit to" business. I ride pillion as I trust my partner implicitly....you will not find many that ride bikes that would feel comfortable about riding pillion. (They admit to the need to have control) It is an absolute measure of trust in someone.
Implicitly!.....It is a very powerful thing. I feel I am in the right place and totally with the right person. Bonding.
Response from elgin52 made on 14th Jul 2020 22:21:26 > @The_bees_knees
It was not my intention to cast aspersions on the plumber who cuts your hair (if indeed it is he whose pilion you ride) nor Sally Silversurfers Editor (about whom I know absolutely nothing).

What censorship there is is probably done by algorithms anyway so we shouldn`t take it too personally. (Just don`t post any links to Steely Dan.)

Back to the music! It was nice to hear Summer In The City again. The Lovin` Spoonful are probably a little before your time, though slap bang in mine. You`ll probably recognise this one though..

https://youtu.be/BU8COHUrGi0
John Sebastian (live)-What a Day For A Daydream
Response from simbadog made on 16th Jul 2020 10:56:38 > @The_bees_knees
Morning Bees Knees

Here here!!
Nothing wrong in being the pillion passenger.
Rob has had motorbikes the whole 36years we've been together and many before that as well.
I've sat on the back of all sorts of models! and today we have a Moto Guzzi California loving all things Italian. Been over to the Spanish mainland with it and obviously the Balearics where we live.
Small sporty pillion seats
were great a few years ago now at 59 I like the comfort as well as the thrill!

Best Simbadog
Response from The_bees_knees made on 16th Jul 2020 12:28:12 > @simbadog
simbadog (hello),

You will have an understanding of my sentiments on riding pillion. Many riders have admitted to me not to want to be in that position and they get 'freaked out' by lack of control and haven't got that quality of calm. As you & I know you have to be totally 100% confident in the rider's ability, concentration ....trust is key. Trusting implicitly is imperative!
My life is in another's hands!
My partner has had around 9 bikes now (some he wished he'd kept hold of from new in the 1970s) We have a sports tourer Honda VFR800 so ok for comfort. Your Motto Guzzi will allow more comfort for longer journeys I would imagine! (Lovely) 🙂
Sports bikes of course are not designed for pillion riders. 🙁 My personal preferences are old British bikes. (As I have fond memories of riding with my father on his 1950s Ariel Red Hunter)

All the best.....Bees

As for eligin52......to continue our conversation.......You may well not have meant to cast aspersions on either my partner or Sally SS Editor.......(I didn't think you had)....BUT what about ME? I don't understand your reasoning behind the & I quote "ADMIT TO" bit of ridding pillion. What is there to admit to? It is a fact not an admission! I think perhaps this is not your subject and you are completely unaware of what you have implied.
My specifying that I am a pillion-rider is also testament to the fact I have a partner and a subtle way of informing for some, obvious for others. (My choice of usage)

But to move on now......& to link this again....

https://youtu.be/mgBHRYtt-Y4

Canned Heat
shrew1742
8th Jul 2020 16:27:43
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Extremely saddened to hear that Ennio Morricone passed away. In my opinion definitely the 'greatest' film score writer/conductor of all time. Maybe it's because I absolutely love WEZZIES ( westerns to the uninitiated), and so in memory of the wonderful music he created, and of the man himself I watched - for about the tenth time - "Once Upon A Time In The West" on Monday night. Just about the greatest western film ever and IMO certainly the best western musical score ever. RIP Ennio Morricone. You have brought me hrs and hrs of musical joy over the years.
Yodama Original Poster
6th Jul 2020 13:12:59 (Last activity: 7th Jul 2020 11:40:00)
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Yet another great composer has left us. Ennio Morricone has died at age 91, a good age. I will play some of his wonderful music as a fond farewell.

My all-time favourite:
Ennio Morricone - The Mission Main Theme - https://youtu.be/oag1Dfa1e_E

A Fistful of Dollars Suite - https://youtu.be/UQoZjjAAkQs

Le Meilleur de Ennio Morricone - Les Plus Belles Musiques de Films -https://youtu.be/9GPbTmVcd1I

Ennio Morricone - Love Stories -https://youtu.be/K-5Y_5nB2rs

Chi Mai ~Ennio Morricone- https://youtu.be/RNHlYUDMBLM

🙁 🙁 🙁 🙁 🙁 RIP Ennio.
Response from Paulmck made on 7th Jul 2020 11:40:00
Hello Yodama, hello all - Just popping my head roud the door and I share your sorrow at the passing of Ennio Morricone,
I feel that "The Mission" was one of the really great films of the 20th century, and like most great films it is to a large extent the music that increases the impact of the film - Anybody remember "Medicin Man" ? (1992 I think). Dunno who wrote it!!
But filmwise I would thumb down, - and now I know I'm getting old - can't remember - no got it "Once upon a time in the West" Wonderful music, but it could not rescue a corny film!!!
Kind thoughts to you, and your group.
Paulmck
spica
4th Jul 2020 00:58:07 (Last activity: 6th Jul 2020 14:19:22)
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Suddenly it's 1951 :
... and it all sounds fine.
(Amazing) Les Paul & Mary Ford - How High the Moon ... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NkGf1GHAxhE
Louis Armstrong - A Kiss to Build a Dream On ... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fHjZQb-kGek
(a UK hit) Hoagy Carmichael - My Resistance Is Low ... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I-eWec2FtH8
(Got censored) Tony Martin - I Get Ideas ... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KVrLs5W9uco
Ella Fitzgerald - Manhattan (1956) ... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YJsa0OfWcGA
Vic Damone - You're Breaking My Heart (1958)... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UfdOoS-QAh4
... and some popular orchestral
Leroy Anderson - Belle of the Ball - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rlwHJqFN3bs
Percy Faith - Delicado ... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1qDlsnSTIbY
🙂 🙂
Response from The_bees_knees made on 4th Jul 2020 09:52:06
Lester William Polsfuss...

There's always something to drop by on here to and say "hello"!

Watched a really good documentary about Les Paul, his guitar designs, the Gibson a few years ago now.

How are you spica?
Keep good and happy!

Bees 🙂
Response from spica made on 4th Jul 2020 13:47:16 > @The_bees_knees
All well here thank you Bees.
With few exceptions life has normalised locally(for the moment!)
Some markings on the social calendar.
Lester William ... some magic there. Interesting, will check for the doco on YouTube.
🙂 Expect you'll be busy getting your produce ready for market. 🙂
The garden looking tremendous, and hopefully a bumper crop !
Response from Buffs67 made on 6th Jul 2020 02:27:13 > @The_bees_knees
Maybe a little sentimental nostalgia?

Ain't Misbehavin' and My Walking Stick - Leon Redbone

The In Crowd - Ramsey Lewis

River of No Return - Marilyn Monroe

Moon River - Audrey Hepburn

Chattanooga Choo-Choo - Glenn Miller
Response from spica made on 6th Jul 2020 14:19:22 > @Buffs67
For a little nostalgia Buffs, you've come to the right place. A favoured commodity here !
Classics, thanks :
Glenn Miller - Chattanooga Choo Choo ... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bGBwmLRNLJ4
Leon Redbone- Ain't Misbehaving ... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F6d1-k2p1Ck
Audrey Hepburn - Moon River ... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QEdPe1SxitI
Ramsey Lewis Trio - The 'In' Crowd ... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jsFST-7Hx-Y
Marilyn Monroe - River Of No Return ... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dLzeHkEQe9g
Yodama Original Poster
3rd Jul 2020 07:31:29 (Last activity: 3rd Jul 2020 15:58:46)
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Shhhhhh! Everybody is sleeping....I am whispering now, Bring in this lovely sunny day with some soft music.
Don't want to disturb the neighbours! Meditation first, keep the Aum's to minimum decibels 😉

Soft Classical Piano - Relaxing Piano Pieces (Luke Faulkner) -https://youtu.be/aGZk0nEBWv4

Classical Music for Relaxation, Music for Stress Relief, Relax Music, Instrumental Music -https://youtu.be/l6zpi90IT1g

https://youtu.be/0M92OmdPVYo

The Very Best Of Beautiful Romantic Saxophone Love Songs - Best Saxophone instrumental love songs -https://youtu.be/eRnytLnmxvA

Poached egg on toast and a nice cuppa I think?

Good morining humans, another day of possibilities... sally forth!
Response from Wilf made on 3rd Jul 2020 08:02:43
Lovely day Yodama-thanks and will have a listen with my coffee!
Response from Yodama Original Poster made on 3rd Jul 2020 09:56:32
Morning Wilf, no toast then?
Response from SnapperStephen made on 3rd Jul 2020 15:32:29
Hello Yodama,
If I want to relax and unwind with the lights down with a glass of something (or just a coffee) I'll listen to Enya or Secret Garden's albums Earth songs or Once in a Red Moon. Fionnuala Sherry is wonderful on the violin playing tunes that tug the heart strings and others with drive and get you jigging. Wonderful stuff.
Response from Yodama Original Poster made on 3rd Jul 2020 15:56:07 > @SnapperStephen
Hello SS, yes, perfect music to chill by. I do exactly the same from time to time. Light loads of candles, and some really nice snacks and lose myself in wonderful music that takes me to another place. Beautiful music seems to fix all the broken bits and strings of the heart it seems.

From your previous post, I have come to like Earth songs very much.

There is something haunting about Celtic music. I have an album by Altan which is also worth listening to.

Daily Growing -https://youtu.be/8Q1rYF14Hi4

The Pretty Young Girl - https://youtu.be/HnVeaamRgTw

Dúlamán - https://youtu.be/4MWo3lt7XrM


Enya's first ever lead vocal -Enya & Clannad - An tÚll

Then she became...fabulous.
Enya...Who can say where the road goes - https://youtu.be/CPY9pQVzx9s
Response from Yodama Original Poster made on 3rd Jul 2020 15:58:46
Oops! missed Enya's first lead vocal link - https://youtu.be/YuOqYQNn7Ek
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Our Silversurfers community is designed to foster friendships, based on trust, honesty, integrity and loyalty and is underpinned by these values.

We don't tolerate swearing, and reserve the right to remove any posts which we feel may offend others... let's keep it friendly!