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Even out of season, always a Favorite - all the more so in October. Perfect for a 55th High School Reunion......


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My favorite song is 'Airplanes Part II' by B.O.B, mostly because it's also my mom's.

My second favorite is a tie between 'Write Your Name' by Yelawolf, 'Living on a Prayer' by Bon Jovi, the opening to 'Unfinished Symphony No.2' by Franz Schubert, 'Monster' by Riahnna, 'Dan Dan Korkoro' by Field of Dreams, 'The Halleujah Chorus' from Messiah by Handel, 'Swan Lake Overture' by Tchaikovsky, 'Dead and Gone' by T.I and Justin Timberlake, 'Footloose' 'Ballroom Blitz' and 'The Batman Theme' by Danny Elfman.

My third favorite song is... 'Grenade' by Bruno Mars.

I kinda have weird tastes... :?
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Rydr Warklub wrote:
Tue Nov 24, 2020 12:41 am
My favorite song is 'Airplanes Part II' by B.O.B, mostly because it's also my mom's.

My second favorite is a tie between 'Write Your Name' by Yelawolf, 'Living on a Prayer' by Bon Jovi, the opening to 'Unfinished Symphony No.2' by Franz Schubert, 'Monster' by Riahnna, 'Dan Dan Korkoro' by Field of Dreams, 'The Halleujah Chorus' from Messiah by Handel, 'Swan Lake Overture' by Tchaikovsky, 'Dead and Gone' by T.I and Justin Timberlake, 'Footloose' 'Ballroom Blitz' and 'The Batman Theme' by Danny Elfman.

My third favorite song is... 'Grenade' by Bruno Mars.

I kinda have weird tastes... :?
Not really. When I was a small child, my Dad was stationed at the Navy Base in Key West, Florida. We had a cinderblock residence with a window that looked out on a small pond where swans often hung around (occasional flamingoes, too). One day, my mother brought home a stack of little yellow "Golden Records" 45s. (Yeah, the same people who published "Golden Books" also printed out these children's records; yellow because they couldn't get the color golden right I later heard.) One of them was the swan dance from Tchaikovsky. I would play that record over and over and over again while watching those majestic birds and that probably helped imprint me with a love of nature, animals, and music. So ... weird tastes? Me, too.

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Matthew 6:15 - But if you do not forgive men their sins, God won't forgive yours.

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I like indie mostly, but also some 80s, Eurythmics, Mull Historical Society, Deftones, Erasure, Italian Opera, Billy Bragg, Crowded House, The Killers, Fleetwood Mac, to name but a few, problem is my tastes change from week to week. Prefer Vinyl (know its more convinient but still not really using mp3s!).

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I remember when I first found out about Eurythmics and that was when I heard the song "Sweet Dreams (Are Made of These)" and really liked it. At one point I think I was obsessed with both that song and "Tainted Love" and played them so much that I'm surprised I didn't wear out the CD they were burned to. :mrgreen:

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A little different at least for being an instrumental, and not something anybody else here is likely to have heard or heard of, but this is one I've listened to a couple times already this morning. It's just got this wonderful haunting, lonely atmosphere, and it goes on long enough to let it really sink in.

Distant World by Dan Wentz
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Really does sound very ominous and solitary and you can really hear all of it! Great work!

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??? It's not mine. I'd not have credited someone else in the link if it was. :mrgreen:
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I meant great work in finding it but I guess I forgot to put that part in. XD

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Oh lol... I get paranoid about being mistaken for other people.
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I can assure you that I won't mistake you for another person.

Now ANOTHER big cat on the other hand... 8-)

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