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"perfect when youre playing Skyrimm stoned"

 

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"i feel like a piece of wax very close to the Sun....and I don't mind."

 

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"After 4-th World Nuclear War , I will save this tapes and when we will atack the village near by with spears and shields to conquer more lands ,I will swith on this album on my last battery player"

 

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"Medieval and introspective pathaways.... This is an absolute masterpiece. When i see the image i see the underground quest and battle. in the wasteland, odin, underseiged, are going to liberate baldur the light child from the encryptic shadows of the invasive force of poision. hereld the natural beauty and exterminate the ill spree.. the music just started, see you at the end.."

 

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On 3/15/2019 at 4:15 PM, lifeforce said:

 

 

Lateralus. One of the few albums that I would call perfect, from the first second to the last.

(Waiting for the new one to finally come out...)

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Woke up with this song in my head this morning ...

 

 

Must be time for a pub crawl. ; )

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Yes, traditional Irish music can be very relaxing , as well as rousing . I have a Celtic mix that I often play at night when I want to settle down and read. It starts with this ...

 

 

This sort of music is dying out, sadly.

 

 

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Sunday morning jazz ...

 

 

Bill Evans and Jim Hall produced some really nice pieces. I am continually surprised.

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Ludovico Einaudi is my new boyfriend.  I only recently discovered him and shared him with my good buddy Howard:

 

Me:  omg this guy is my new boyfriend!  the relational progressions in his work are so simple and yet progress into staggering depth... it's hypnotizingly awesome!

 

Howard:  oh yea, love him!  he's a favorite.

 

Me:  (stunned silence)

 

Me:  how long have you been listening to Mr Einaudi?

 

Howard:  about five years.

 

Me:  five years?  (viking head shake)  you secretive fuck you.

 

 

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Hoping to get to know some chinese or japanese traditional music, but too lazy to search all this 247 pages.

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1 hour ago, Capivaro said:

Hoping to get to know some chinese or japanese traditional music, but too lazy to search all this 247 pages.

 

One of my favorite instruments is the Guqin.  

 

 

another is the Shakuhachi flute of Japan.

 

 

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6 hours ago, Capivaro said:

Hoping to get to know some chinese or japanese traditional music, but too lazy to search all this 247 pages.

 

 

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6 hours ago, Capivaro said:

Hoping to get to know some chinese or japanese traditional music, but too lazy to search all this 247 pages.

 

 

 

 

 

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14 hours ago, silent thunder said:

 

One of my favorite instruments is the Guqin.  

 

Absolutely agree. I have about a half dozen Guqin CDs that I play regularly.

 

14 hours ago, silent thunder said:

another is the Shakuhachi flute of Japan.

 

I actually have this Shakuhachi CD. Shakuhachi is a very unique sound ... very Zen-like.

 

Great examples. Indigenous solo instrument performances can be very interesting.

 

Thanks!

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