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PostPosted: Thu Nov 04, 2004 6:14 pm
by cantilena91
My latest 2:

Artist: Novospassky Monastery Male Choir
Album: Russian Orthodox Holiday Chants
Comment: Completing my collection of this group's CDs! I have now learning Russian...

Artist: Club45
Album: Ensi-Ilta (in English "Premiere")
Comment: A debut album of a new Finnish a cappella vocal group, with very clever original songs and arrangements of Finnish "classics"!

Suvi

PostPosted: Thu Nov 04, 2004 7:29 pm
by mise
The soundtrack of The Piano and hopefully soon Cara Dillon's Cara Dillon will reach me!

PostPosted: Thu Nov 04, 2004 7:37 pm
by the whistleplayer
I finally got a copy of Tchaikowsky's complete Nutcracker and complete Swan Lake. Have been looking for them for ages. Usually you just get the 'highlights'.. I hate that, I would like to decide for myself what I think the highlights are... The Swan Lake is a bit of nostalgia, when I was 4 or 5 years old I wanted to be a ballet dancer and I made up my own choreography to the music of Swan Lake... without actually knowing the story. :mrgreen:
I also got myself Genesis' We can't dance and another one by Maxim Vengerov and Virtuosi.

PostPosted: Sun Nov 14, 2004 6:20 pm
by wonky_eggs
Sigur Rós' "Von" and "Ágætis Byrjun". After being amazed by the warm and calming "( )" I just had to buy these, I'm listening to "Ágætis Byrjun" now, such lovely songs, and music that makes you feel like a feotus in a womb - wow!

PostPosted: Mon Nov 15, 2004 5:05 pm
by richard
MY 2 LATEST CDS ARE CAPERCAILLIE-TO THE MOON & MATT MOLLOY-MUSIC AT MATT MOLLOY'S.

PostPosted: Mon Nov 15, 2004 5:20 pm
by Macha
Grania wrote:I don't have many soundtracks - it's not generally something I'm in to :oops:

As for the age of 'Come Josephine...', if you think about it, a lot of traditional songs are much older than that - look at some O'Carolan stuff - so it doesn't personally surprise me that the lyrics survived.

Are you interested in Titanic IrishGirlm? Me and elizabeth both are (excuse me saying that for you Lizzie :) :oops: ).
Maybe we should open a 'history discussion' section on the forum :wink:
Everyone tell me what you think, and if the idea is popular, I'll do it :)
Maybe for my 100th post, which can't be too far away now :mrgreen:
Slán - Grania


Hey Grania,

that would be great! A history topic on this forum about "Titanic"? Great idea! :D :mrgreen: I'm very interested about "Titanic", I've watched the film very often; I couldn't say how much. My boyfriend and I will watch the video at home.

Slán, IrishGirlm

PostPosted: Fri Nov 19, 2004 5:32 pm
by Grania
I may well take you up on that one then IrishGirlm! What does everyone else think?

Talking of soundtracks - I got the King Arthur soundtrack about two days ago and it is AWESOME, in case you didn't know already :D

PostPosted: Sat Nov 20, 2004 7:26 pm
by wonky_eggs
Grania,

The King Arthur soundtrack is really good, I still haven't see the film though.

I bought "Want One" by Rufus Wainwright the other day. My mam saw him on Jonathan Ross' show a week or two ago and thought he was amazing, played me some samples off his website http://www.rufuswainwright.com and so I bought this, his last album. His up-coming album "Want Two" is out in the USA now, but I can't wait for its UK release! Wonderful guy, check him out!

Barry.

PostPosted: Sat Nov 20, 2004 8:43 pm
by Grania
You HAVE to see that film Barry!!!!! It has little or no bearing on the 'original' legend of King Arthur - but it is a really good film. And of course the music.....it's Moya's, need I say more?? :lol:

PostPosted: Thu Dec 16, 2004 5:20 pm
by richard
MY LATEST ALBUMS HAVE BEEN:- THE CHIEFTAINS-SANTIAGO & VANGELIS-ALEXANDER

PostPosted: Thu Dec 16, 2004 7:49 pm
by cantilena91
My latest: An Irish Christmas (Various Artists), featuring Moya! A real diamond finding indeed...

(Suvi)

PostPosted: Thu Dec 16, 2004 8:31 pm
by lizzy1e
Um... I got Dido "Life for Rent" and Dido "No Angel" for my birthday from my mom after my "Life for Rent" cracked. Otherwise last Friday I bought:

Natalie Jones - Come Away With Me
The Best of Clannad - In a Lifetime

PostPosted: Fri Dec 17, 2004 12:04 pm
by wonky_eggs
The altest additions are:

Goldfrapp "Black Cherry" - fantastic album, I've been wanting it for ages. My favourite tracks include "Crystalline Green", "Black Cherry", "Hairy Trees" and "Strict Machine". Brilliantly funky and strange - buy it!

Miles Davis "An Introduction To", Miles was recommended to me a year ago by a guy I once worked with who was really into Jazz. I was curious as I like some Jazz, most of this album I like, but there are some tracks I class as 'Crazy Headache Jazz' which I don't enjoy as it's crazy and gives me a headache, but some of the softer, less crazy tracks I enjoy.

PostPosted: Fri Dec 17, 2004 6:57 pm
by AndyPandy
wonky_eggs wrote:The altest additions are:

Goldfrapp "Black Cherry" - fantastic album, I've been wanting it for ages. My favourite tracks include "Crystalline Green", "Black Cherry", "Hairy Trees" and "Strict Machine". Brilliantly funky and strange - buy it!



I can vouch for Barry's judgement there, that album is indeed very good, as I borrowed it from a friend then ordered in from Amazon the next day! :)

I LOVE crystalline green! :D

PostPosted: Sat Dec 18, 2004 8:26 pm
by nessieq
hey there folks,
it was my b day last week and i got : the Corrs "Borrowed Heaven". and Keane's "hopes and fears" which is the sort of thing i normally wouldn't buy, but i love it jsut the same. i LOVE the song "bedshaped".
love,
nq.