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    Anyone care to share their favourite music?

    While I'm waiting for SOMETHING to crash and burn so I can sort thru the ashes and pick up a bargain or two, I turn off the boob-tube, crank up the you-tube and listen to some tunes.

    This being a money forum, it's only fitting to start off with some money blues.

    A broke man can never be happy ~ a lewdite youtube

    Money for nothing ~ with Clapton in USA

    Money in my pocket (but I just can't get no love) Dennis Brown


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    accordion - it's an acquired listen

    I've always liked accordion music; Bob and Hector do a bang-up job.

    Cotton Fields Back Home - accordion duet.

    "Cotton Fields" is a song written by blues musician Huddie Ledbetter, better known as Lead Belly. It was also a #13 pop hit for The Highwaymen in 1961.

    The song mentions that the fields are "down in Louisiana, just about a mile from Texarkana". This is geographically impossible, as Texarkana is about 30 miles north of the Louisiana border. While the meaning of the name is clear – a portmanteau of Texas, Arkansas, and Louisiana, Texarkana is actually not on the Louisiana border, as surveyers were off by 30 miles. ~Wiki

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    I like 70's and 80s music ,some country and lately my IPOD plays Bruno Mars ,Garth Brooks,Journey(I love Steve Perry) ,Lady Gaga ,Beyonce ,Black Eyed Peas and of course Abba Never goes out of style!I love Music!Can you believe vinyl is back??

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    Money - Pink Floyd

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    Quote Originally Posted by marina628 View Post
    ... and of course Abba Never goes out of style! ...
    +1 ... thanks for the memory

    The Winner Takes It All ~ ABBA

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    Head Like a Hole by Nine Inch Nails

    There's a money song for ya!
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    I love so many different varieties of music I couldn't possibly list it all and I like most of the stuff posted here. Lately I've been on a Mumford & Sons kick with the banjo and of course I can't say enough about Arcade Fire with the hurdy gurdy = best current live band
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    Good tunes everybody!

    It's what I enjoy about music threads,
    the great diversity of musical taste.

    Fiddler on the roof - If I were a rich man

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    "If I Were a Rich Man" is a song from the 1964 musical Fiddler on the Roof. It was written by Sheldon Harnick and Jerry Bock. The song is performed by Tevye, the main character in the musical, and reflects his dreams of glory.

    The title is inspired by a 1902 monologue by Sholem Aleichem in Yiddish, Ven ikh bin Rothschild (If I were Rothschild), a reference to the wealth of the Rothschild family, although the content is quite different. The lyric is based in part on passages from Sholem Aleichem’s 1899 short story "The Bubble Bursts." Both stories appeared in English in the 1949 collection of stories Tevye's Daughters. ~Wiki

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    Quote Originally Posted by zylon View Post
    Love that song! How about these ones:

    1. Material Girl - Madonna
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_CQHIP-38jA

    2. Let's Make Lots of Money - Pet Shop Boys
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JuHIR...eature=related

    3. Gold - Spandau Ballet - [dedicated to Argonaut]
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gSq8ZBdSxNU

    4. She Works Hard for the Money - Donna Summer
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=09ZSKE38lTU

    5. Money’s Too Tight To Mention - Simply Red
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8VUZKej3LoU

    Fiddler on the Roof, a definite classic!

    Cool thread Zylon, this forum just got more exciting.

    I love music from the 80's & 90's, ie: Disco.

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