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    Ann & Nancy

    Here's a nice looking clip

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gQDJ45qJHBQ

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    Ahhh, yes - back when "live" really meant live!

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    Maybe it's just me...

    But, I found this effin' hysterical:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lj-x9ygQEGA

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    Or this one - beats on a sports metaphor!
    (Ze Frank sent me a link to it ...)

    http://bit.ly/egjw2
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    Then you might like this one!

    Quote Originally Posted by MikeBrewster77 View Post
    But, I found this effin' hysterical:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lj-x9ygQEGA

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HyfcOriVKBM

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    Good to see the kids tearin' it up old school:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rWQSCRbQaeA

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    Adam Rapa- Intense trumpeter-hooks his trumpet up to a guitar processor and wails away. Catchy tune too.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1QkWR2Zy1ro

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    I found some more Burger and Fries aka ďthe cat from hellĒ this is funny re-mix musical video or Burger and Fries

    Burger and fries REMIX - WWW.BMPBEATZ.COM
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gcoBPsd9-DQ

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    BBC Reviewer's thoughts on Michael Bay film:

    Transformers Revenge of the Fallen, Transformers, Bad Boys, Bad Boys II,
    Armageddon, The Rock, Pearl Harbor ... in a way, this is a review of all of Michael Bay's work.

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/markkermo...rs_190609.html

    (its an embedded Youtube video - pretty funny ...)
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    I found this rather spiritually pleasing video about a one of kinder aircraft the stealth SR-71 Blackbird that has fascinated for many years ever since seeing a poster of it in shop during the 1970’s its one of those top-secret airplanes that you can’t get too near to due its highly classified body.

    SR-71 Blackbird soundtrack in Dolby stereo pro-logic best heard on JBL loudspeakers music is by Vangelis it’s called 'Rachel's Song'.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oy-iA1HlXFA&feature=email

    My original comment on of late I left these few kinder words.

    I just had thought they should make an IMAX film about this legionary remarkable aircraft that is one of kind on this planet and place this musical Vangelis soundtrack to it that really does sound spiritual and tranquilly peacefully harmonistic and pleasing to the trained ear.

    Thanks a million for loading this video up 10/10

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    Of course, Rachel's Song is best known as being from Blade Runner ...

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    ... by Vangelis it’s called 'Rachel's Song'.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oy-iA1HlXFA&feature=email

    My original comment on of late I left these few kind words.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hjames View Post
    Of course, Rachel's Song is from Blade Runner ...
    LOL is it? Must have been an unused musical soundtrack material that, they didnít use for the film. Well at any rate it fits the visual images of the SR-71 like glove it does.

    10/10

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    ... Of course, Rachel's Song is ... from Blade Runner ...
    Quote Originally Posted by JBL 4645 View Post
    LOL is it? Must have been an unused musical soundtrack material that, they didn’t use for the film. Well at any rate it fits the visual images of the SR-71 like glove it does.

    10/10
    Apparently there are MANY soundtracks for Blade Runner -
    the official release was VERY unsatisfying!
    Think I have an informal 2 or 3 disc version somewhere ...
    and yes, it IS in the Movie ... Rachel is the female romantic lead (the retro looking replicant)
    played by Sean Young ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by hjames View Post
    ... Of course, Rachel's Song is ... from Blade Runner ...

    Apparently there are MANY soundtracks for Blade Runner -
    the official release was VERY unsatisfying!
    Think I have an informal 2 or 3 disc version somewhere ...
    and yes, it IS in the Movie ... Rachel is the female romantic lead (the retro looking replicant)
    played by Sean Young ...
    Well that is an interesting fact that wasnít revealed on the 5 disc DVD region 2 set that have. What you didnít think I was into Blade Runner? Like the international version that appeared on the Criterion Collection laserdisc during the, I think early 1990ís.

    The isolated six-track Dolby stereo mix sounds so nice as that is a version I didnít hear during its (1982) release. The cinema only had 35mm print optical twin track Dolby A version booked in. The 70mm would have been many times better and I guess this is the closest home audience can get to it today.

    Deckard is human.

    And stuff the unicorn on wall I will! Iím not a fan of the final or the early 1990ís directors cut original with the camera flying over the mountains and yes, yes it looks like something from The Shining LOL but the speed of the way the visuals is moving and the fast tempo beat of the Vangelis score fits 10/10.

    Plus itís a more pleasing ending rather than the dreadful WTF abrupt ending of the elevator door closing with fade to black end credits over black, a bit of morbid ending.

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    Not talking about the fim, per se - it was the SOUNDTRACK of the film - I simply mentioned Rachel to indicate why it was Rachel's Song ...
    see - http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...305320&sr=8-13

    Yeah, I have the old DVD, and Emma got me the multidisk DVD set for Christmas.

    I also own the Esper Edition Soundtrack from the film ...



    from Wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blade_Runner#Soundtrack

    Blade_Runner Soundtrack

    Main article: Blade Runner (soundtrack)


    The Blade Runner soundtrack by Vangelis is a dark melodic combination of classic composition and futuristic synthesizers which mirrors the film-noir retro-future envisioned by Ridley Scott. Vangelis, fresh from his Academy Award winning score for Chariots of Fire, composed and performed the music on his synthesizers.[62] He also made use of various chimes and the vocals of collaborator Demis Roussos.[63] Another memorable sound is the haunting tenor sax solo "Love Theme" by UK saxophonist Dick Morrissey, who appeared on many of Vangelis' albums. Ridley Scott also used "Memories of Green" from Vangelis' album See You Later (an orchestral version of which Scott would later use in his film Someone To Watch Over Me).


    Along with Vangelis' compositions and ambient textures, the film's sound scape also features a track by the Japanese Ensemble Nipponia ('Ogi No Mato' or 'The Folding Fan as a Target' from the Nonesuch Records release "Traditional Vocal And Instrumental Music") and a track by harpist Gail Laughton ("Harps of the Ancient Temples" from Laurel Records).[64]


    Despite being well received by fans and critically acclaimed and nominated in 1983 for a BAFTA and Golden Globe as best original score, and the promise of a soundtrack album from Polydor Records in the end titles of the film, the release of the official soundtrack recording was delayed for over a decade. There are two official releases of the music from Blade Runner. In light of the lack of a release of an album, the New American Orchestra recorded an orchestral adaptation in 1982 which bore little resemblance to the original. Some of the film tracks would in 1989 surface on the compilation Vangelis: Themes, but not until the 1992 release of the Director's Cut version would a substantial amount of the film's score see commercial release.[63]


    These delays and poor reproductions led to the production of many bootleg recordings over the years. A bootleg tape surfaced in 1982 at science fiction conventions and became popular given the delay of an official release of the original recordings, and in 1993 "Off World Music, Ltd." created a bootleg CD that would prove more comprehensive than Vangelis' official CD in 1994.[63] A disc from "Gongo Records" features most of the same material, but with slightly better sound quality. In 2003, two other bootlegs surfaced, the "Esper Edition," closely preceded by "Los Angeles: November 2019". The double disc "Esper Edition" combined tracks from the official release, the Gongo boot and the film itself. Finally "2019" provided a single disc compilation almost wholly consisting of ambient sound from the film, padded out with some sounds from the Westwood game Blade Runner.


    A set with 3 CDs of Blade Runner-related Vangelis music was released on December 10, 2007. Titled Blade Runner Trilogy, the first CD contains the same tracks as the 1994 official soundtrack release, the 2nd CD contains previously unreleased music from the movie, and the 3rd CD is all newly composed music from Vangelis, inspired by, and in the spirit of the movie.
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    Also - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blade_Runner_(soundtracks)




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    Quote Originally Posted by JBL 4645 View Post
    Well that is an interesting fact that wasnít revealed on the 5 disc DVD region 2 set that have.

    Deckard is human.
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