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Amelita Galli Curci and Enrico Caruso, 1917,

 

Lucia di Lammermoor : Sextet - Chi Mi Frena:

 

 

 

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La Marseillaise, sound film, 1907:

 

 

 

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Anita Carter and Hank Williams, around 1951,

 

I Can't Help It If I'm Still In Love With You:

 

 

 

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Elvira De Hidalgo sings La Paloma, 1934:

 

 

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*Sergio Mendes and Brasil '66*


* Mas Que Nada

*Stan Getz / Astrud Gilberto*


* Corcovado

*Astrud Gilberto*


* Samba de Verão

*Bebel Gilberto: this is bossa nova*


* "Summer Samba" from Marcos Valle

*Le Jardin Secret*


* Jazzanova
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Kid Dabb, I love your selections. Please feel free to post the links as well next time.

 

Great post Fred. Classic Country and Opera. Bravo.

 

*Edith Piaf - Les Trois Cloches*

 

 

*Jean Sablon with Wal-Berg's Orchestra - - J´attendrai*

 

 

*Merle Travis and Judy Hayden - Too Much Sugar For A Dime*

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YCm_LYnqf9c

 

*June Tabor & Oysterband - (When I Was No But) Sweet Sixteen*

 

 

Best wishes

Metairie Road

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Glad to see there are other latin jazz lovers here. I tend to like bebop and west coast jazz (mostly from the 50s early 60) but that is because I'm listening to improve my ability as a musician as well as just enjoying the 'ride'.

 

But that type of jazz can be too 'busy' for many people, like my wife. She loves jazz but just love latin jazz the most. It has that great feel and swings gently but there is still very fine improvisation.

 

So typically when we are together and listening to music we play latin jazz.

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Right now I am listening to the "Swingers and Big Bands." channel on our Comcast cable network. When I hear music from the thirties and forties, my heart is lifted to heights unknown. At the tender age of 42, it was necessary for me to go into a nursing home for 30 days after a very fragile surgery for which the slightest jostle of my foot may have resulted in an amputation. I was in a great deal of pain but the presence of speakers that had forties-style music coursing through the air waves all day, made my stay infinitely happier. Actually, I didn't want to come home. Seven years later, I was divorced.

Now, no one tells me what I can or cannot listen to....

Billie Holiday is singing about her man as I write.

This is my first time posting ont he message boards for three years.

I was writing a book about Joan Crawfiord at that time...

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Singer Rachael Leahcar's audition on the Australian Edition of the television program "The Voice" (2012).

 

*La Vie En Rose*

With Judge's Commentary-

 

 

Higher Quality (Performance Only)-

 

 

Edited by: hlywdkjk on Mar 15, 2013 11:05 PM

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Frank-------Ohio, Mrs. Miller. A perfect example of 'so bad, it's good'. Karaoke night at the Senior Citizens Center. Reminds me of Tiny Tim, who was a far better(?) singer than Mrs Miller.

 

 

 

 

 

 

SansFin, I've never heard of Nox Arcana. However, the list of things I've never heard of is quite extensive. So much good music to listen to. Too much for one lifetime.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Like Beethoven said "I shall hear in Heaven." Assuming I get there in the first place, which is far from being a done deal at the moment.

 

 

 

 

 

 

More great music you've never heard before.

 

 

 

 

 

 

*Alan Lee Silva - The Sprint*

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

Recordings of this mans music are very hard to find. Here's a group of amazing twelve-year-olds playing 'The Sprint'. They're not the New York Symphony Orchestra, but this is music to my ears nevertheless.

 

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*Otto Nicolai - Die lustigen Weiber von Windsor Overture*

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The start of this wonderful overture always reminds me of Randy Newman's music for 'The Natural'.

 

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*Gluck - Overture in D Major for string orchestra*

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cannot find a recording of this overture anywhere! If anyone knows of a recorded version I'd be grateful if you'd send the information my way. CD, vinyl, 78 rpm, wax cylinder, any damn thing,

 

 

 

 

 

 

Best wishes

Metairie Road

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