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Daft Punk

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Traffic

 

 

 
 

 

Heaven Is in Your Mind

 

 

 

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Just started listening to this.

 

http://spaceboyfriend.bandcamp.com/album/bug-spray (FREE!)

 

Also ordered a turntable today, might take a while for it and all the accessories to arrive, but I'll be patient.

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Just started listening to this.

 

http://spaceboyfriend.bandcamp.com/album/bug-spray (FREE!)

 

Also ordered a turntable today, might take a while for it and all the accessories to arrive, but I'll be patient.

I love 8-Bit music, thanks for sharing!

 

In regards to this turntable purchase, congratulations!! What turntable did you decide with, if I may ask?


Discovered this just today:

http://jimguthrie.bandcamp.com/album/takes-time


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Just started listening to this.

 

http://spaceboyfriend.bandcamp.com/album/bug-spray (FREE!)

 

Also ordered a turntable today, might take a while for it and all the accessories to arrive, but I'll be patient.

I love 8-Bit music, thanks for sharing!

 

In regards to this turntable purchase, congratulations!! What turntable did you decide with, if I may ask?


Discovered this just today:

http://jimguthrie.bandcamp.com/album/takes-time

You're welcome, as always. Chiptune is great.

 

As to the turntable, I've been pondering which one to get for probably over a month now and finally decided to go with Pro-Ject RPM 9.2 Evolution and the Ortofon MC Rondo Bronze cartridge. The combo is a bit pricier than I would have preferred, but I feel that I've pretty much eliminated the desire to keep upgrading the gear in one move. I might get a better MC cartridge once the Rondo starts to be at the end of its life, but it's too early to start thinking about things like that.

 

Funny, I was just talking with my cousin who studies music technology and composition in London at the moment, and he was talking about how great some of the soundtracks Jim Guthrie has made are. I'm actually tempted to get the Indie Game: The Movie OST on vinyl.


Edited by TJ Elite - 5/14/13 at 11:02am
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Lets see if these links work.

 

Ryuichi Sakamoto has from what I can find at least 10 different versions of Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence. The movie version from what I can find 1.  http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=wJyXB0sVNm8#! 2. http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=iKXr3OSLVWs#! is not what I'm looking for. But this is the version I want the CD/LP name that it's from.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WcPF9W5qArA#t=03m45s . I don't have the Movie sound track in hand so all I can go by is what I find on the internet. Thanks for Helping in advance. -- The guy that posted the video for what ever reason will not tell us the CD names.


OK I have developed music taste other than Rock and or Roll. There is this video that has two songs from obscure versions of CD's. The first is Laser Man and second is Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence both by Ryuichi Sakamoto. The guy that posted the video for what ever reason will not tell us the CD names. I have found the 1st song Laser Man on the CD that's called Undo #1. But that second song has me stymied.

This link starts the video at the start of the song I'm asking about. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WcPF9W5qArA#t=03m45s

I want the CD name it's from i know the song name it's even in the end credits to the video.

 

I only have these versions...

 

Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence    4:31    Original Motion Picture Soundtrack: Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence (Furyo)   
Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence ['1996' Piano & Strings Version]    4:48   
Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence ['Coda' Solo Piano Version]    4:51    Original Motion Picture Soundtrack: Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence (Furyo ) / Coda    Ryuichi Sakamoto  
Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence ['Insen Tour' Ensemble Version, Live with Steve Jansen, 2005]    4:45    Insen Tour 2005 
Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence ['Sweet Revenge Tour' Orchestral Version, 1994]    5:46    Sweet Revenge Tour 1994  
Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence Suite [Live with the Tokyo Symphony Orchestra, New York 1988]    18:45  
Merry Christmas Mr.Lawrence    4:47    1996    Ryuichi Sakamoto   

 

Never heard that version. I just took a quick look online. What!? the Tokyo Brass Style's version isn't good enough for you?tongue.gif

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Never heard that version. I just took a quick look online. What!? the Tokyo Brass Style's version isn't good enough for you?tongue.gif

 

Simply pales in comparison to the

Ho Chi Minh City Ballet Symphony Orchestra and Opera

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You're welcome, as always. Chiptune is great.

 

As to the turntable, I've been pondering which one to get for probably over a month now and finally decided to go with Pro-Ject RPM 9.2 Evolution and the Ortofon MC Rondo Bronze cartridge. The combo is a bit pricier than I would have preferred, but I feel that I've pretty much eliminated the desire to keep upgrading the gear in one move. I might get a better MC cartridge once the Rondo starts to be at the end of its life, but it's too early to start thinking about things like that.

 

Funny, I was just talking with my cousin who studies music technology and composition in London at the moment, and he was talking about how great some of the soundtracks Jim Guthrie has made are. I'm actually tempted to get the Indie Game: The Movie OST on vinyl.

You did seem to knock out all the pins with that purchase, so congrats on such a wonderful decision. biggrin.gif  A local dealer and friend has the same table on demo all the time and I love it with every listen.  It's on a wish list for now as I still am working on purchasing my first hi-fi set of speakers.  Have you started a vinyl collection as of yet?

 

LOL Call me young, but I haven't even heard of Jim Guthrie until today. I have heard of Indie Game: The Movie, but have still yet to see it.  I will check it out when I can.

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Simply pales in comparison to the

Ho Chi Minh City Ballet Symphony Orchestra, Opera, Wedding and Bar Mitzvah


Ha! I found them. Fixed that for you.

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Bill Evans Trio - "On Green Dolphin Street" (1959)

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You did seem to knock out all the pins with that purchase, so congrats on such a wonderful decision. biggrin.gif  A local dealer and friend has the same table on demo all the time and I love it with every listen.  It's on a wish list for now as I still am working on purchasing my first hi-fi set of speakers.  Have you started a vinyl collection as of yet?

 

LOL Call me young, but I haven't even heard of Jim Guthrie until today. I have heard of Indie Game: The Movie, but have still yet to see it.  I will check it out when I can.

The RPM table looks gorgeous so I couldn't resist it. So far I've ordered two LPs from Bandcamp but both have yet to arrive. I also have a few other Bandcamp discoveries on my wish list. I'll definitely need to concentrate on vinyl for a while to make the table a worthy purchase. I'm going to be very selective with my LP purchases, however, concentrating on stuff that isn't available on CD and albums that are exceptionally good and sound horrible on digital but have a significantly better vinyl version available.

 

I really like Indie Game: The Movie. It is definitely worth watching, almost even if one has never been into video games because it's much more about the people who made the games and what they went through during the making of them than about the games themselves. I remember watching it last summer and thinking to myself when have I last seen a documentary, or a movie, as good as this. I might be biased because the subject matter is extremely close to my heart, but it has my highest recommendation.

 


 

Currently revisiting one of my absolute favorites.

 

 

Here's the first track to tease you.

 

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TJ Elite, really enjoyed "Hello World" during my lunch hour. wink.gif

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what a man

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Thanks for helping look for that CD. 

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"Barchords" - Bahamas

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