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Love was just a glance away, a warm and embracing dance away....


Yeah, Sinatra of course. among THE BEATLES!,

Ani Difranco(my icon of the moment),

John Denver,

Bryan Adams,

Pink Floyd,

Elton John,

The Eagles,

Harry Belafonte

Chris Beck


Fave songs include those by the above, and also

Roy Orbison -Crying.

Bonnie Tyler - Total Eclipse of the Heart

Westlife - Queen of my Heart.

Guns 'n' Roses - November Rain

Instrumentalists? John Fahey.

and Indian artists - Hariharan, Shubha Mudgal, Usha Uthup, and - somewhat - Shaan and Sonu Nigam.

Anyone who wants to sample Indipop, try the last two. The first two generally go semiclassical, and Usha Uthup has infinite variety.


- TearsOJ.Emotion: smile

PS: A suggestion. why don't we use this thread to popularise music from our native countries? I think it would work.
Queen, forever!

Anyway, tonight I will go to the Franz Ferdinand concert in Florence! I like them! Emotion: smile
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I saw it... They were really great... Emotion: big smile
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bisous bisous

sylvie b
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Soft rock rules..[H]
Ooh yeah. Right now though, immersed in pop - The Beatles...mmm.

- Tearsofjoy[K]
I like James Blunt and Robert Post recently... Emotion: smile
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Hi everyone,

I like the last one from James Blunt: Good Bye my love, good bye my friend, The lyric is incredible! Of course, Queen with the Bohemian Rapsody, U2 with Sunday Bloody Sunday, With or Without u.... OH man there're too many.

obviously most of the time it is song from a singer or a band...For the moment I would say these are the best ones for me, but will probably add some sometimes! Emotion: snail
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