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The Platters - Only You - HD (1955)






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DirtyMartini wrote:
The Platters - Only You - HD (1955)





They were so damned good!!
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Righteous Brothers - You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin' (1965) HD




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http://www.fastcodesign.com/1673265/listen-to-the-orchestra-of-users-updating-wikipedia#1

Wikipedia is a silent depository of information, an endless library where no one even dares to cough even though books are being added, subtracted, and edited with fervor at every moment.

But it’s silent no more. Listen to Wikipedia, inspired by Listen to Bitcoin and created by Mahmoud Hashemi and Stephen LaPorte, transforms the worldwide editing process into a relaxed global orchestra. A celesta plays whenever an addition is made. A clavichord sounds whenever something is deleted. The higher the pitch, the smaller the edit.

“Listen to Wikipedia was designed to be simple,” explains Mahmoud Hashemi, “a visualization which doesn’t overshadow the sonification aspect and a sonification which scales well between different levels of traffic. A wind chime that sounds as good on a calm day as it does a windy one.”

http://listen.hatnote.com/ Listen to Wiki being updated.




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If you want good lounge music but not buy it by the songs.. Best to go for:
Erotic lounge music series or Hotel Costes series. Both great album series with 90% great sounds!
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"For Christians and Native Americans, the Dolphin is a symbol of protection, and its image is said to bring good luck. The belief stems from the fact that ancient sailors who spent months or even years out of sight of land, found the sight of Dolphins swimming around their ships to be the first sign that land was near."

Either way, when I see them, they make me feel at home.
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Best of Del Mar:

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Makavelli wrote:



Great song Prince this was the theme song of the 1980 Phillies which fit seeing how McFaddin and Whitehead were Philadelphians

hello1

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This strange ass song has been stuck in my head for a week now:



Failure is not fatal, but failure to change might be.
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not sure if this is the correct thread for this post, considering its lack of upbeatness, (not loungey enough lol) but I think it'll feel better to get this off my chest...A piece that my recently-passed mum practiced - then eventually perfected - during 70's divorce, which was therapeutic for her, and a primal memory for me that I hope to take to my own grave:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J6c9L8S5RZY
as she left us, my sisters and I holding her hand, this was on the stereo:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DDOL7iY8kfo
and finally - idly watching a Bowie retrospective on tv a while back and this inadvertently became kinda the theme of the whole damn thing:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oAo7YeRkJYo
anyway enough of being a bringdown - back immediately to regular programming lol....
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righty right then I'll change this funereal pall myself then lol:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7MBaEEODzU0

(fast forward to 3:50 for awesome song beginning)
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