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« Reply #1395 on: Mar 26th, 2013, 8:52pm »

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x-Bg0jjJhgQ





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« Reply #1396 on: Mar 27th, 2013, 07:58am »

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0RpcT06rcog




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« Reply #1397 on: Mar 30th, 2013, 12:39pm »

Mercyful Fate
1993


[Shadows]


When the darkness eats away the day
And the moon bears witness to the graves

In the shadows we are alive
In the shadows, The Light

Can you see the ghosts above our heads?
We are all in there with the dead

In the shadows we are alive
In the shadows, The Light

In the darkness there is no holding back
There is no gold in black

Deep in the night
Everything is clear
Clearer than daylight

In the land of mystery we share
You can come along if you dare

In the shadows we are alive
In the shadows, The Light

We are hiding in the shadows on your wall
We are watching as you kiss your little doll
But when the darkness leaves the night
We cannot see The Light no more
No more

We are always in the shadows by your door
But when the darkness leaves the night
We cannot see The Light no more
No more

There is no holding back
There is no gold in black

Deep in the night
Everything is clear
Clearer than daylight
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« Reply #1398 on: Apr 1st, 2013, 10:44am »

Guns N Roses


[Breakdown]


We all come in from the cold
We come down from the wire
An everybody warms themselves
To a different fire
When sometimes we get burned
You'd think sometime we'd learn
The one you love is the one
That should take you higher
You ain't got no one
You better go back out and find her

Just like children hidin' in a closet
Can't tell what's goin' on outside
Sometimes we're so far off the beaten track
We'll get taken for a ride
By a parlor trick or some words of wit
A hidden hand up a sleeve
To think the one you love
Could hurt you now
Is a little hard to believe
But everybody darlin' sometimes
Bites the hand that feeds

When I look around
Everybody always brings me down
Well is it them or me
Well I just can't see
But there ain't no peace to found
But if someone really cared
Well they'd take the time to spare
A moment to try and understand
Another one's despair
Remember in this game we call life
That no one said it's fair

Breakdown
Let me hear it now
Breakdown
Let me hear it now
Yeah
Breakdown
Let me hear it now
Breakdown
Let me hear it now
Get down with yo' bad self
Alright

I've come to know the cold
I think of it as home
When there ain't enough of me
To go around
I'd rather be left alone
But if I call you out of habit
I'm out of love and I gotta have it
Would you give it to me
If I fit you needs
Like when we both knew we had it
But now the damage's done
And we're back out on the run
Fun how ev'rything was roses
When we held on to the guns
Just because you're winnin'
Don't mean you're the lucky ones

Breakdown
Let me hear it now
Breakdown
Yeah
Breakdown
Breakdown
Let me hear it now

There goes the Challenger being chased
By the blue blue meanies on wheels
The vicious traffic squad cars are
After our lone driver
The last American hero
The-the electric sintar
The demi-god
The super driver of the golden west!
Two nasty nazi cars are close behind
The beautiful lone driver
The police cars are getting closer-closer...
Closer to our soul hero in his soul mobile- yeah baby!
They about to strike, they gonna get him, smash!
The last beautiful free soul on this planet

But...it is written if the evil spirit
Arms the tiger with claws
Brahman provided wings for the dove
Thus spake the super guru" *
"Did you hear that"
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« Reply #1399 on: Apr 1st, 2013, 11:36pm »

Dire Straits "Brothers in Arms"

Just about the first CD I ever bought and still awesome. Here is a web site that tells a bit about why it sounds so good.

http://www.soundonsound.com/sos/may06/articles/classictracks_0506.htm

That's a web site aimed at recording engineers and others in The Biz, so some of it will be Greek to normal people, but it's a good site. There is at least one really good article about Les Paul on there too. That guy was amazing.
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« Reply #1400 on: Apr 2nd, 2013, 12:36am »

on Apr 1st, 2013, 11:36pm, Lev Jong Un wrote:
Dire Straits "Brothers in Arms"

Just about the first CD I ever bought and still awesome. Here is a web site that tells a bit about why it sounds so good.

http://www.soundonsound.com/sos/may06/articles/classictracks_0506.htm

That's a web site aimed at recording engineers and others in The Biz, so some of it will be Greek to normal people, but it's a good site. There is at least one really good article about Les Paul on there too. That guy was amazing.
great choice, my three fav Dire songs are:
1) Sultans of Swing
2) Brothers in Arms
3) Down to the Waterline
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« Reply #1401 on: Apr 2nd, 2013, 12:58am »

If you like something that is brilliantly constructed, yet soft and playful, something that is meditative, might I recommend some Bardo's Pond:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Na-AU0t88fI
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« Reply #1402 on: Apr 8th, 2013, 6:18pm »

Wolfsheim

[Scars Remain]


Grapes of wrath are fruits of passion
Fulsome hands don't feel repentance
Seek the reason, find an answer
Why do only scars remain ...
Mirror, mirror on the wall

A mean and ugly painful
Feeling you can't understand
A taste of freedom, insufficient
But it's all that's left to be ...
Mirror, mirror on the wall
Mirror, mirror on the wall

So come on defy indifference
And the sun will shine for you again ...
Mirror, mirror on the wall
Mirror, mirror on the wall

Seek the reason, find an answer
Mirror, mirror on the wall
Why do only scars remain ...
Mirror, mirror on the wall

Grapes of wrath are fruits of passion
Fulsome hands don't feel repentance
Seek the reason, find an answer
Why do only scars remain ...
Mirror, mirror on the wall

A mean and ugly painful
Feeling you can't understand
A taste of freedom, insufficient
But it's all that's left to be ...
Mirror, mirror on the wall
Mirror, mirror on the wall

Don't be frightened, don't be anxious
A new attempt and you fall further down

Come on defy indifference
And the sun will shine for you again ...
Mirror, mirror on the wall
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« Reply #1403 on: Apr 9th, 2013, 8:26pm »

Black Sabbath


[Symptom of the Universe]


Take me through the centuries to supersonic years
Electrifying enemy is drowning in his tears
All I have to give you is a love that never dies
The symptom of the universe is written in your eyes

Yeah

Mother Goose is calling me back to her silver womb
Father of creation takes me from my stolen tomb
Seventh night the unicorn is waiting in the skies
A symptom of the universe, a love that never dies

Yeah

Take my hand, my child of love come step inside my tears
Swim the magic ocean I've been crying all these years
When our love will ride away into eternal skies
A symptom of the universe, a love that never dies

Yeah

Oh my child of love's creation, come and step inside my dreams
In your eyes I see no sadness, you are all that loving means
Take my hand and we'll go riding through the sunshine from above
We'll find happiness together in the summer skies of love
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« Reply #1404 on: Apr 9th, 2013, 10:14pm »

We're all just Highwaymen..waitin' for the next train
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« Reply #1405 on: Apr 10th, 2013, 01:49am »

Ozzy

[Over the Mountain]


Over the mountain, take me across the sky
Something in my vision, something deep inside
Where did I wander, where d'ya think I wandered to
I've seen life's magic astral plane I travel through

I heard them tell me that this land of dreams was now
I told them I had ridden shooting stars
And said I'd show them how

Over and over, always tried to get away
Living in a daydream, only place I had to stay
Fever of a breakout burning in me miles wide
People around me talking to the walls inside

I heard them tell me that this land of dreams was now
I told them I had ridden shooting stars
And said I'd show them how

Don't need no astrology, it's inside of you and me
You don't need a ticket to fly with me, I'm free, yeah

Over and under, in between the ups and downs
Mind on a carpet, magic ride goes 'round and round
Over the mountain, kissing silver inlaid clouds
Watching my body disappear into the crowd

Don't need no astrology, it's inside of you and me
You don't need a ticket to fly with me, I'm free, yeah
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« Reply #1406 on: Apr 10th, 2013, 1:48pm »



SLEDGEHAMMER
Songwriters: Gabriel, Peter

You could have a steam train
If you'd just lay down your tracks
You could have an aeroplane flying
If you bring your blue sky back

All you do is call me
I'll be anything you need

You could have a big dipper
Going up and down, all around the bends
You could have a bumper car, bumping
This amusement never ends

I want to be your sledgehammer
Why don't you call my name
Oh let me be your sledgehammer
This will be my testimony
Show me round your fruitcage
'cos I will be your honey bee
Open up your fruitcage
Where the fruit is as sweet as can be

I want to be your sledgehammer
Why don't you call my name
You'd better call the sledgehammer
Put your mind at rest
I'm going to be-the sledgehammer
This can be my testimony
I'm your sledgehammer
Let there be no doubt about it

Sledge sledge sledgehammer

I've kicked the habit
Shed my skin
This is the new stuff
I go dancing in, we go dancing in
Oh won't you show for me
And I will show for you
Show for me, I will show for you
Yea, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, I do mean you
Only you
You've been coming through
Going to build that powerr
Build, build up that power, hey
I've been feeding the rhythm
I've been feeding the rhythm
Going to feel that power, build in you
Come on, come on, help me do
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, you
I've been feeding the rhythm
I've been feeding the rhythm
It's what we're doing, doing
All day and night


Though at first blush, this song is just about a man expressing his desire for a woman, there's some good powerful lines that speak about love's redemption, and a plea for a return of the union of souls. So forgetting the eros portions of the song, let's highlight some of those other parts.

"If you bring your blue sky back" = the first line that intimates they were once, but now no longer
"All you need to do is call me" = the ball is in her court, that means it was her decision to leave
"This can be my testimony" = in a philosophical/religious sense, testimony is a bit of statement of purpose, or reason of being. This takes his declaration of intentions from being merely physical, to an expression that his purpose is to be her dedicated love.
"Put your mind at rest" and "Let there be no doubt about it" = Declaration that his intention is sincere
"I've kicked the habit / Shed my skin" = he is a changed man... here is the first intimation of what went wrong. Addiction? Or just some past bad behavior or mind set?
"This is the new stuff / I go dancing in, we go dancing in" = If he's trading addictions, his new addiction is her, and he wants her to share in this new way of being
"Show for me, I will show for you" = he needs her to say yes that she can love him again, and he will do everything to show he loves her
"I do mean you / Only you / You've been coming through" = all others have faded from his eyes, he loves only her
"Going to build that power" = he wants to return to her and build on their future. The use of the word power (of course the dual meaning of the more physical aspect too) is interesting because using the phrase "building power" is another way of strengthening. So before he was powerless. He was weak, and now he has changed. He is strong. If only she would let him show her.

And the rest can't be mentioned on this G-rated forum.

If you consider the medium of the song, a sexy mainstream tune, glossy, a bit of a driving funk beat, with a few carefully laden mystical trills that don't impinge on the main beat... and the straight-forward language and message - unusual for Gabriel to be so overt and plain - this seems to be his unequivocal declaration of love for a former partner, and a plea for forgiveness and redemption, all in an upbeat non-sappy way. He sings with heart and gusto as well. It's a beautiful song and a beautiful offering.
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« Reply #1408 on: Apr 10th, 2013, 6:21pm »

Anthrax 1990

[H8 Red]

So I say to you
So you look at me
What do I have to do?
And you look at me
So I say to you
You just look at me
What do you see?

Do I hate you?
No, I don't think so
Words don't describe what my feelings know
Do I hate you?
No, and I refuse to go
Down to your level just to feed my ego
Do I hate you?
Yes, I got it off my chest
I hate you for making me regress

Stop, stop, stop, stop
Looking at me
What do you see?

I don't see in black and white
I see things in wrong and right

Do I hate you?
Think, it takes a man to think
And to admit his ignorance
You can't just look at my face
You can't judge me by my race

We gotta,
Stop, stop, stop, stop
What do you see?

So I say to you
Just look at me
I say to you
Different and...

All this hatred
All this hatred
And do I hate you?

I can't take it
All this hatred

You may not know this
We may be different
Different but equal
Different and free

You may not know this
We may be different
Different but equal
Different and free

All this hatred
All this hatred
And do I hate you?

I can't take it
Stop this hatred
Now!

Do I hate you? do I hate you? yes
Do I hate you and placate you? ohh
Do I hate you? do I hate you? no!!

No, I'm not that arrogant
To not admit my ignorance
And do you think I really care
When you sit there and you stare
I can't help feel sorry for you
And maybe even pity too
My answer's no and this is true
Do I hate you? !

All this hatred
All this hatred
I can't take it
All this hatred

You may not know this
We may be different
Different but equal
Different and free
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« Reply #1409 on: Apr 11th, 2013, 02:25am »

This is a bit of a departure for me. Personally, when it comes to classical compositions, I'm a Russian lover at heart. Shostokovich, Prokofiev, Mussorgski, Stravinsky...

But here is the venerable Rossini, he of William Tell's Overture and Barber of Seville fame.

This one is An Italian Woman in Algiers.
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