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Re: Sticky music thread

Postby rod taylor » 2 Jan 2018 12:55



Can there be a more impressive man than Daniel Barenboim? Here wielding a baton - but just as good playing Beethoven on the piano or talking...about anything. This is a good one for when it is tipping it down outside and you have the time to watch the water bouncing off the flagstones.
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Re: Sticky music thread

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Re: Sticky music thread

Postby mosy » 6 Aug 2018 13:14

Help please - identifying this big band sound snippet used on Flamingo Land adverts since 2016 and also the current one. Sky also used it as a background "sample" for its movie and sports themed adverts. Anyone recognise it please? Ta.:

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Re: Sticky music thread

Postby Manwithaview1 » 23 Nov 2018 23:23

mosy wrote:Help please - identifying this big band sound snippet used on Flamingo Land adverts since 2016 and also the current one. Sky also used it as a background "sample" for its movie and sports themed adverts. Anyone recognise it please? Ta.:



I Shazam'd it and they didn't have any result. Sometimes it is just music for an advert. Instant tunes.

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Re: Sticky music thread

Postby Manwithaview1 » 23 Nov 2018 23:26



Just having a boogie. :D
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Re: Sticky music thread

Postby mosy » 28 Nov 2018 16:57

Thanks Manwithaview1; I'm sure you could be right. It's not easy to determine if catchy snippets that buzz around in one's head all day are self standing or are an extracted bit (unless you already recognise the sampled bit).

Love the Boogie "star jump" crab move. Perfect move and music while waiting for the toaster to pop up.
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Re: Sticky music thread

Postby mikej » 1 Dec 2018 16:32

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Re: Sticky music thread

Postby rod taylor » 5 Dec 2018 14:28

Manwithaview1 wrote:

Just having a boogie. :D


That was one of the great albums of the 1990s. Though I do think Narayan was one of the weaker tracks - partly because Hayley Mills's kid has a weak, nasally voice. Minefields and Funky Shit are the business though.

I'd put this and the Chemical Brothers' Dig Your Own Hole as new forms of musical expression that still stand up to scrutiny 20 years later. There are perceptions available in both albums that were thrilling when I was 21. Probably couldn't perceive them now if I tried.

Oh - and Roni Size's New Forms. Oh that was fantastic.
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