While travelling the road of life I have encountered many good songs. Currently I have been sharing links to these songs in the OGS English channel. I think I will start to put these links in this thread also. This way they will be saved for later use also
Anyone is welcome to share their findings in this thread. Try to keep the amount of conversation in the thread to a minimum please.
Just post the short description about the music style and then the link with artists and song information.
Example here. (and my first post)
Smooth indie/electro pop
The Wrecking Queens - Pigeons
Blind Faith’s first and only live concert in Hyde Park, London, England, June 7th, 1969
They opened the concert with a cover version of Buddy Holly’s “Well All Right”.
1:13:56 and IMHO absolutely worth listening to the end. EVERY DAY Yeah, I’m a hippie
First I thought of picking just one song from this concert, but since I absolutely lurve Blind Faith, and since almost every of their songs touches me deep down in me, I decided to post the whole concert. I was twelve at the time, wasn’t there, of course, but it’s one of the concerts I wish I’d seen
I am SO TOTALLY NOT a fan of the Eagles (Wikipedia link). But this one piece … wow … always blows my mind, ever since I first heard it as the theme music of the original BBC TV series of The Hitchhiker’s Guide To The Galaxy a long time ago, in another millenium. Our planet, our whole solar system was in another place then … everything was so different …
Got your towel? OK then … wishing you a good journey
"Algerian Folk Meets French Dance Music" Acid Arab – La Hafla (Feat. Sofiane Saidi)
The song I meant to share start at 4:15 somehow the integrated player couldn’t handle timestamped links so I moved the link under the title.
Adagio reclaims her voice post-EG:RR
Carbon Maestro - “The Siren and the Seamare” - ft. SweetPoffin & Wubcake
A softer, lullabesque song reflecting on the rise and fall of Nightmare Moon, now with a universally acclaimed animation 2.5 years in the making
PonyPhonic - “Lullaby for a Princess” - Animation by WarpOut
Two songs which feature vocals prominently to tell a story.