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Old 5th August 2011, 13:36   #1396
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This is bit of OT though related to music.

Recently I had been to Paris and they were a musicians playing in front of Eiffel Tower. I believe it was a Latin American Music (Mexican). The band was mostly using the flute and bass instruments are I really loved it. But couldn't buy that as I wasn't sure if they were selling the same music that they were playing and also I felt 15 Euros was too expensive for a CD.

I would really grateful, if there is someone here who have come across that music, and could point me to the source where I can download the music.

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For me its RAMMSTEIN - Ich will But it doesnt stop there...But yes one of those really gets you pumped Up..!!!
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I just can't seem to stop listening to this track.



The acoustic version of the masterpiece 'Echoes' from the album Meddle, by David Gilmour and Rick Wright live @ Abbey Road.

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1.Show me how to live..

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Psychosocial - SLIPKNOT
Cemetary gates - Pantera
This love - Pantera
Bulls on Parade - RATM
Testify -RATM
*******s of bodom -Children of bodom
Nymphetamine - Cradle of filth
Now you've got something to die for - Lamb of god
Happy - Mudvyne
and for a lesser & quiter drive
Dreaming wide awake - Poets of the fall
Black no.1 - Type o negative
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This is bit of OT though related to music.

Recently I had been to Paris and they were a musicians playing in front of Eiffel Tower. I believe it was a Latin American Music (Mexican). The band was mostly using the flute and bass instruments are I really loved it. But couldn't buy that as I wasn't sure if they were selling the same music that they were playing and also I felt 15 Euros was too expensive for a CD.

I would really grateful, if there is someone here who have come across that music, and could point me to the source where I can download the music.

Cheers,
Rajesh
Been there, liked it and bought the CD. The shipment has arrived but I still have to open the boxes. I will see what I can do once I find the CD, hopefully within the next few weeks.
And yes, I listened to the entire CD and it is worth it!
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Old 12th August 2011, 20:51   #1402
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I guess the list of songs to listen to while driving is endless. Here are a few that spring to mind that not only refer to roads or cars, (even if its just in the title) but are great car audio tracks

1. Counting blue cars - Dishwalla ( from their fantastic 'pet your friends' album)
2. Drive - The Cars
3. Highway star - DP
4. Road to hell - Chris Rea
5. Highway to hell - AC DC
6. Life is a highway - Tom Cochrane
7. Telegraph road - Dire straits
8. On every street - Dire straits
9. Heavy Fuel - Dire Straits
10. Where the streets have no name - U2
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endless picks from the magical list of rock bands from the 70's and 80's.

'the' song for the road would be (a singular pick) would be 'love is a killer' by vixen - who beyond any doubt were THE most talented girls rock band ever.

check them out:

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My Best Driving Tunes List as of now:

Don't I hold you - Wheat
One Trick Pony - Nelly Furtado
Rolling in the Deep - Adele
Dreams - Fleetwood Mac
Need You Now - Lady Antebellum
Listening (Aurosonic Remix)
Remind Me (Feat. Carrie Underwood) - Brad Paisley
more than a dream - Pet Shop Boys
Io (This Time Around) - Hellen Stellar
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The acoustic version of the masterpiece 'Echoes' from the album Meddle, by David Gilmour and Rick Wright live @ Abbey Road.
Thanks. Any idea how to download/rip this as an mp3?
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Thanks. Any idea how to download/rip this as an mp3?
No clue! Perhaps you could try and download it right off YouTube, using Real Player, and then converting it into an audio-file/mp3.

David Gilmour & Richard Wright, live @ Royal Albert Hall.

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nice track! download it as an mp3 through snipmp3
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This will turn out to be a long list. My daily drive songs are purely based on my mood for that day, but then again I think I can put a few here.
1) Northern Exposure - Vol. 1
2) Metallica - Unforgiven, Tuesday's gone
3) Buddha Bar - Random songs from Vol 1 - 10
4) Some select Chemical Brothers songs
5) Some select Crystal Method songs
6) Pink Floyd - Random songs, though my all time fav. will be Poles Apart, Comfortably Numb & Wish you were here which I can listen to any time.
7) Random House songs e.g Disco Science, Mandarin Girl, Red Shoes etc.
8) Pendulum - Salt in the wounds, Watercolor
9) 009 Sound System - Standing Stones
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A sacrilege to music lovers if I may say!

Another nice alternative on road are audio books.
I had mentioned quite some time earlier, but will do so again.

Audio books are amazing to listen. I have been a happy listener for
the last 1.5 years. Books are narrated as per the language and cultural style, that they need to convey. The best example is PG Wodehouse. When its narrated in true British style, the humor is just too much!

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Download Audio Books with Audible.com Online Digital Audio Book Store

PS: I have forgotten what is road rage. The longer the traffic the better. I get more "books time" ! Also this way I have finished much more books, than I could have read, with the time that we have at our disposal nowadays!
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Currently listening to comedy central audio.
Huge fun,and people look at you like "what the hell? "
Nodding your head to music,OK.
Laughing out loud while alone, not so much!
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