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    Smile What music/piece are you listening to right now? part II


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    Tico tico No Fuba (piano version)

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    The little song they play on the Smurf & Co. game on Facebook!
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    The Association's Greatest Hits (love their harmonies and the flute solos)

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    The Warhorse soundtrack. And The Book of Mormon soundtrack.

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    Arcade Fire's "The Suburbs" (LOVE Half Light Part 1).

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    Quote Originally Posted by manhn View Post
    Arcade Fire's "The Suburbs" (LOVE Half Light Part 1).
    Ooh, I love that album too! Just saw them along with Muse at Outside Lands festival in San Francisco two weeks ago. Those two bands alone are worth going to the 3 day festival featuring over 70 bands, even if I was majorly crushed at the barriers for the Muse show. I was at the barrier the whole day for Muse starting at 1100 and the crushing started at 1600 after OK Go performed with the Arctic Monkeys performing after the 1/2 hour intermission. After Arctic Monkeys performed Black Keys were next and the crushing got even worse. Muse was on after Black Keys, and it got really bad. The crushing at the Arcade Fire show wasn't so bad. Other bands I got to see at the festival were MGMT, Foster the People, Decemberists, Shins, Best Coast, Joy Formidable, John Forgerty, Mavis Staples (the lead singer from Arcade Fire joined her for one song) and other bands that I am not familiar with, but ended up seeing them as they performed on the same stage as Muse and Arcade Fire and I was at the barrier all day wating for them.

    Anyways, back to the topic, so I'm reliving my Outside Lands festival by listening to all the Muse albums.

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    Listening to Welcome to Burlesque

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    The remastered release of the CD Straight Up by Badfinger, specifically the hit "Baby Blue".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jot the Dot Dot View Post
    The remastered release of the CD Straight Up by Badfinger, specifically the hit "Baby Blue".
    Love that song!

    The King's Speech soundtrack

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    One of the Beethoven piano trios. I don't know which one, but I love it.

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    One of the most beautiful pieces in the world. Mozart Clarinet concerto 2nd movement.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BxgmorK61YQ

    (It's also part of the soundtrack for the movie Out of Africa).

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    Come on Eileen (or Irene).

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    Barber - Adagio for Strings

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    'Smooth' by Santana

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    Elbow are playing on the radio right now - live performance from a music festival. They are brillant. "Grounds for Divorce" is my favourite.

    But this is my favourite song of the moment. Absolutely brillant and amazing Aussie music talent - Gotye "Somebody I used to know".

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8UVNT4wvIGY
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