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[last edited on Wed May 4, 2016 @ 09:29 PM]
Alex, I was probably thinking of Bach or Vivaldi when I wrote that one. Sometimes, when I'm in the right mood, those Baroque era melodies just fall out of my head. But it was definitely a conscious decision to use classical melodies in that strange context. smile :) Thank you!
:: posted by d.bill on Wed May 4, 2016 @ 09:28 PM     
[last edited on Wed May 4, 2016 @ 05:24 PM]
Thank you Alex, I felt those two songs were complete opposites, not just in feel and tone but production as well. Completely computerized versus all real instruments with mics. I'm very glad you enjoyed them! big grin :D

I enjoyed the contrast in your selections as well, I was already familiar with both songs but I enjoyed the flow and change of mood going from "Look for Prince" to "The Temple in my Cave." Outstanding music.
:: posted by d.bill on Wed May 4, 2016 @ 05:04 PM     
smile :)
:: posted by Ascenzion on Wed May 4, 2016 @ 04:49 PM     
[last edited on Wed May 4, 2016 @ 06:35 AM]
Yes Alex, it is a great building indeed!! big grin :D
When I think back, I can´t remember if the American Flag was on or not, I went ´97 to New York City (probabily without)..... but I am sure the flag was put on after the 9/11 tragedy!

The New York City flair stuck in me since then... I would have stay longer than only three days.... but I had to go further. Who knows if I ever will come back to Big Apple!

Here sunny weather today ( yesterday chilly and rainy ), forecasts are saying warm and sunny through the weekend! Let´s enjoy it.

Cheers Alex.
:: posted by spinaceto76 on Wed May 4, 2016 @ 06:33 AM     
[last edited on Tue May 3, 2016 @ 04:35 PM]
YEP! If I saw right that is it the Grand Central Station, probabily end 40´s begin 50´s imho.... fantastic building, a treasure of architecture.
I did misunderstand you, sorry, I thought you meant my song-picture. The image I was talking about is placed at about 00:39 in the video.

Cheers Alex.
Hi Alex,

In my tune illustration there is no "Grand Central Station"! The pic is a fantasy image of a night street similar to New York City. I intentionally do not choose a real pic of NYC (due to copyrights).

Cheers my friend.
:: posted by spinaceto76 on Mon May 2, 2016 @ 09:05 AM     
Hi Alex---I would probably say “different” worlds but yes, I agree. I took another viewing to the video and you know the producer did a tremendous job with the imagery and editing.
:: posted by Ascenzion on Sun May 1, 2016 @ 09:10 PM     
[last edited on Mon May 2, 2016 @ 10:06 AM]
Hi! smile :)

Ensamble-Excerpts, great video, I just loved to watch at and listening to the music! Though, I had to "decode" it once again ( Gema), but I got it!

I can only agree with Al´s review, a perfect music analysis indeed!!

Thanks for the hint my friend, enjoy your sunday!!

PS: did you recognized in the video the "Grand Central Station" in NYC at about the 50´s??? Hey, it is located at "42nd street"..... wink ;)
:: posted by spinaceto76 on Sun May 1, 2016 @ 05:56 AM     
[last edited on Sat Apr 30, 2016 @ 02:36 PM]
Update -
Thanks Alex. You make it easy by finding great music to review.smile :)
Hi Alex -
“Ensemble – Excerpts”. Great vintage train footage...Like how the main theme (acoustic guitars) blends with the verses. Good contrast. The staccato plucking with the string section during the verses brings a nice feel to the minimalist foundation bars that works very well. I wasn't too impress with the vocals. But overall the movement of this song concurs with movements of railroad trains and the video with says a lot. A “Tiptop” railway song that express the feeling. Thanks for the tip.
:: posted by Ascenzion on Sat Apr 30, 2016 @ 12:11 PM     
[last edited on Sat Apr 30, 2016 @ 04:22 AM]
´morning Alex!!

I like the words Inspector-Spin and walking-music-library, it is just a friendly and humorful remark, I had to laugh so loud reading that!! big grin :D

About the hint to "Pina", yes I think we talked with Al about, though it started first with your hint to the film "Der Himmel Über Berlin" and ending with "Pina" (both made by Wim Wenders) that we came talking about musician Jun Miyake ( if I rememebr well.....! ).

Enjoy your saturday my friend! Cheers.

PS: And yes Pina (Bausch) was a german dancer.
:: posted by spinaceto76 on Sat Apr 30, 2016 @ 04:18 AM     
Hi Alex!!

Inspector-Spin, the walking music library, thanks for the attention!! big grin :D

But, it is only because of my passion for the music....actually I should know much much more indeed....but the time....

Enjoy your weekend Alex! smile :)
:: posted by spinaceto76 on Fri Apr 29, 2016 @ 04:07 PM     
Film Music
Where I can imagine a film
Rock (Fusion)
Special things
World Fusion
World connections
alexanderport's station
Tracks of Musan Dera
Kathy Reynolds
Kathy Reynolds
Alternative - Experimental
Homeless Balloon
Homeless Balloon
Electronic - House
Electronic - Ambient
The Editors of Life
The Editors of Life
Alternative - Other Alternative
Electronic - Electronica
Javier Vecino
Javier Vecino
Classical - Classical General
Electronic - Electronica
Pop - Pop General
Gerardo Perez Giusti
Gerardo Perez Giusti
Classical - Contemporary
Al Di Cicco
Al Di Cicco
World - World General
Kevin Keller
Kevin Keller
Classical - Contemporary
World - World General
World - New Age
Michael Duran
Michael Duran
Rock - Rock General


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