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What category is Moya's music?

New Age
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11%
Christian
3
7%
Other
24
55%
Not sure
12
27%
 
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Postby Grania » Tue Sep 27, 2005 4:48 pm

Angoid wrote:
Ouch - do you have the same Country and Western problem down there as we do here Angus?

Yes, unfortunately. At least I know where to look in future if all else fails :mrgreen:



Yep - that will be useful!!!! But I have to say, classifying Moya with Country is...........well, I won't say an insult exactly but.....lets say I think it's bad taste :oops: :) Sorry, I really don't like that style.
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Postby Garbo » Tue Sep 27, 2005 7:49 pm

Grania wrote:
Angoid wrote:
Ouch - do you have the same Country and Western problem down there as we do here Angus?

Yes, unfortunately. At least I know where to look in future if all else fails :mrgreen:



Yep - that will be useful!!!! But I have to say, classifying Moya with Country is...........well, I won't say an insult exactly but.....lets say I think it's bad taste :oops: :) Sorry, I really don't like that style.
All the evening entertainment or social stuff you can get around here is Line-dancing - ummmmm, give me a night in Leo's ANY DAY :lol:


old bluegrass and country is very good. the statler brothers are sort of country/gospel, etc. and they are amazing. i love Flowers on the Wall.
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Postby Angoid » Tue Sep 27, 2005 7:56 pm

I know what you mean there G .... I'm not a fan of Country and Western either. And it's completely different from Moya and really unMoya, isn't it?

Having said that, I know some great people who are into C&W, my parents included :)

Garbo, I've heard of Bluegrass from someone on another forum, but can't say I know a lot about it.
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Postby Garbo » Tue Sep 27, 2005 7:57 pm

Angoid wrote:I know what you mean there G .... I'm not a fan of Country and Western either. And it's completely different from Moya and really unMoya, isn't it?

Having said that, I know some great people who are into C&W, my parents included :)


i listen to everything and by everything i mean from old bluegrass to opera to underground music to... everything. you have to find songs or bands within those genres that are appealing to you.
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Postby emerald » Wed Sep 28, 2005 3:54 pm

I don't think her music is exactly Christian, but from what I have heard so far, it is spiritual, which doesn't actually have to relate to any particular religion.
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Postby nessieq » Wed Sep 28, 2005 4:52 pm

I guess you're right in a sense.. although Moya clearly wrote it with Christian ideas in minid, as is the case with so many song lyrics, if could be viewed from many different sides as many different things.. intreresting, that neevr occured to me any more..thanks for bringing it up!
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Postby stephw » Sat Oct 01, 2005 12:37 am

Well, Perfect Time and Whisper to the Wild Water were written with a Christian theme in mind and were release on a Christian music label. The other albums were not written with this frame of mind.

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Postby Garbo » Sat Oct 01, 2005 12:42 am

stephw wrote:Well, Perfect Time and Whisper to the Wild Water were written with a Christian theme in mind and were release on a Christian music label. The other albums were not written with this frame of mind.

Stephanie


she writes about it in her book, that they have Christian themes. and besides, it's like Tolkien, you cannot help but let your views bleed through onto your work. that's just the case.
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Postby stephw » Mon Oct 03, 2005 1:30 am

Garbo wrote:she writes about it in her book, that they have Christian themes. and besides, it's like Tolkien, you cannot help but let your views bleed through onto your work. that's just the case.


I also agree with that.

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Postby Garbo » Mon Oct 03, 2005 4:46 am

she belongs in rap.



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Postby Ardens » Mon Oct 03, 2005 6:30 am

Garbo wrote:she belongs in rap.



hehehe, i'm so funny



Ehhmm....yes of course!!! Garbo, you're brilliant! How comes that we didn't think of this category earlier?:lol:
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Postby John » Tue Oct 04, 2005 4:38 pm

I voted OTHER, because I think it`s more Celtic
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Postby nessieq » Tue Oct 04, 2005 4:55 pm

Hey there John, Im intrigued as to what you would define as "Celtic"... care to elaborate??
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Postby Angoid » Wed Oct 05, 2005 11:33 am

Ardens wrote:
Garbo wrote:she belongs in rap.



hehehe, i'm so funny



Ehhmm....yes of course!!! Garbo, you're brilliant! How comes that we didn't think of this category earlier?:lol:


Fail to understand that, I do. What similarities does Moya have with Eminem?!?!!??!! :?: :?: :?: :!: :?: :!: :!: :?:
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Postby Ardens » Wed Oct 05, 2005 5:59 pm

Angoid wrote:
Ardens wrote:
Garbo wrote:she belongs in rap.



hehehe, i'm so funny



Ehhmm....yes of course!!! Garbo, you're brilliant! How comes that we didn't think of this category earlier?:lol:


Fail to understand that, I do. What similarities does Moya have with Eminem?!?!!??!! :?: :?: :?: :!: :?: :!: :!: :?:


No, there aren't a lot of similarities. Calling Moya's music 'rap' is completely absurd. It was just a joke :D
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