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Carmen (continuing the opera theme)
pretty much anything I can dance to - I love house music (sorry, I know it's not really 'music' but it makes me happy!)
Prokofiev 'dance of the knights' - so dramatic and passionate! One day I *will* be able to play this...
Afternoon Delight - Starland Vocal Band
the finale of "Carnival of the Animals"
Teenage Kicks - The Undertones
Hallo Spaceboy - Bowie
Jupiter from The Planets
Hurricane - Bob Dylan (grim lyrics, great tune!)
Bach: Chorale No 10. Joy of mans desiring
Bach: Coffe cantata
Beethoven: Fur Elise
Beethoven: Ode to joy
Beethoven: Piano concerto number 5
Chopin: Walz No. 1 in Eb Op. 18 Grande Valse Brillante
Pachebel: Canon in D
Grieg: Morning ( it always reminds me of Ren & Stimpy! )
For you Ravers out there! heres some happy dance albums:
Trance Nation Three Mixed by Ferry Corsten
Mistry of Sound Ibiza Annual 2000
Mistry of Sound Annual 2000
almost anything Old Skool or anything by Prodigy or the Chemical Brothers...
Some other stuff I like...
I could keep going but I don't want to bore you! its already such a looong post!
Awwwwwwww......... that's such a sweet story. My only claim to fame is getting in David Beckham's way at Old Trafford in 1998.Nutroast wrote:Claim to fame warning::::::: I met Ed Stewart in 1976, I was in hospital and he was visiting the children there to either cheer them up, or drive them over the edge he was lovely. He asked me if I would like a signed record and I asked for 10cc "Good Morning Judge", so he gave me Jethro Tull "Solstice Bells" instead which was a good move, as I've loved Jethro Tull ever since.
"Imbecile! The Emperor would shoot you for disrupting his wedding with this news..."And if anybody else can think of another pop song that contains the word imbecile then I will buy that person a pint of finest Irish old 'n' filthy!
Queen, Flash Gordon
Pint of Rebellion from Marlow, please; none of that foreign stuff!