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    Marina, what a creative use of cassette tape
    I have a suitcase full of them ... never get unpacked.

    James Last - Time to say goodbye
    "Time to Say Goodbye, known as Timeless in Europe, is Sarah Brightman's
    most popular album, released in 1997."


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    Very creative play indeed.

    My car is 11 years old with a cassette player; my friends laugh at me.

    I know most of MJ's songs, except I had never heard this one before:

    Money
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ePzxm...eature=related

    Fleurs du Mal - Sarah Brightman
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B65CF...eature=related
    Last edited by Toronto.gal; 2011-04-18 at 11:19 AM.

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    I like a chillout or ambient. In recent times I like prefer a Trance music in my free time, especially british trio Above & Beyond.

    Something like this:
    Above & Beyond - Home
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nvCo5...eature=related
    or
    Above & Beyond - Hope
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UWLFp...eature=related

    I LOVE this sound!

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    We Are Not Gonna Take Anymore ~ Steve Dore (Bio)


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    That Bruno song is alright the first time... but I spent all day driving and to my horror couldn't plug in my iPod and I swear they played the same 5 artists all day on the radio while I flipped from station to station helplessly. That song, Gaga, Katy Perry, Black Peas and a horrible horrible version of Heart's song all day

    Watching http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vXznl5S7ZbI to get it out of my memory
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    Alrighty then ... I did pick up a few penny-stock shares today; but am expecting to see better bargains in months ahead. Some share prices starting to dance on the 200 day moving average; sort of like a bewildered pup galloping along a thin crust of snow, then breaks through ... plows along for a bit, finds a firm stretch of snow, everything's fine; ... ooops - down it goes again; etc, etc.

    Thanks everyone for the musical contributions; M & M for sure, T-O.gal

    Early Morning Rain ~ Ian & Sylvia w Gordon Lightfoot - (live 1986)

    Lightfoot composed the song in 1964, supposedly inspired by seeing off a friend at the Los Angeles airport some years previous. The lyrics suggest someone down on his luck, standing by an airport fence and observing the thunderous takeoff of a Boeing 707 jetliner. The general narrative of the song can be taken as a sort of jet-age musical allegory to a hobo of yesteryear lurking around a railroad yard, attempting to surreptitiously board and ride a freight train.

    The Canadian husband and wife duo Ian & Sylvia were the first artists to release this song—there would be over a year's time lag between Lightfoot's recording and its release. ~Wiki

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    Fantastic song! I also love it!

    Quote Originally Posted by marina628 View Post
    I love this song by Bruno Mars
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LjhCEhWiKXk

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    A beautiful piano solo, accompanied by an equally thoughtful video.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sdVfr...eature=related

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    I miss the music from the 80's; it was the best!

    Arthur's Theme - Christopher Cross
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NDYAXKM828U

    Ray Parker Jr - Ghostbusters
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KvkKX...z4CcZA&index=1

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    Once or twice per day Galaxie (easy listening) plays a selection by Billy Andrusco.

    Song for Chrissy ~ Billy Andrusco
    The Lady & The Gentlemen were a '70's lounge/soft-rock combo based out of Thunder Bay, Ontario. Made up of brothers Billy (piano) and Allan (guitar) Andrusco of Fort Frances, Ontario, Ray Carlson of Thunder Bay on bass, Lynn Roberts (of International Falls, Minnesota) on drums and Halifax-born singer Fran Maree, The Lady & Gentlemen released at least one record on RCA, 1973's We Are All Of Us. ~ source


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