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Music I have never got bored of



Crnogorac3
2 Aug 2020  #451

youtu.be/qsb1UKdawuI

Zeljko Vasic - Zauvek

youtu.be/9zFqNfsojm4

Zeljko Vasic & Cvija - Zanjisi kukovima

youtu.be/AYsskurTzi4

Zeljko Vasic - No passaran

Crow
2 Aug 2020  #452

Zeljko Vasic & Cvija - Zanjisi kukovima

Yes bate, that`s a good one :) No wonder Serbian music is listened allover the Slavic world.

I hope Poles and others appreciate what Serbs here doing for them.

Vesko Vukovic
2 Aug 2020  #453

Zeljko Vasic - Zauvek

This is the corresponding link to the mentioned song:

youtu.be/7DCt2XSL4q4

Not that the other song you posted isn't bad either...

youtu.be/8YHrXi-t0Fo

Plavi Orkestar: "Ako su to samo bile lazi"

youtu.be/otHRbRENFTQ

Plavi Orkestar: "Bolje biti pijan nego star"

youtu.be/_DJRsK1-qOk

Crvena Jabuka: "To mi radi"

Vesko Vukovic
2 Aug 2020  #454

This is probably pawian's favourite song by Plavi Orkestar.

youtu.be/PSuA_SWbqc8

fa fa fasista

:D

kaprys
4 Aug 2020  #455

@Miloslaw
This is the fan video of Uprising by Sabaton I was talking about in the other thread.

youtu.be/ovlvjOoTi7s

Crow
4 Aug 2020  #456

This is the fan video of Uprising by Sabaton

Velika je Poljska

Miloslaw
4 Aug 2020  #457

@kaprys

Very emotive images.
Thanks ever so much for sharing that.
The saddest thing about The Warsaw Uprising was the lack of support.
Yes, the RAF and USAF were dropping supplies.
But what they desperately needed was fighting air support.
To do this British and American planes needed to land on Russian occupied territory.
Stalin denied this.
Churchill was gung ho as usual and phoned Eisenhower and said "Let's do it anyway" and see what the Russians do.
Eisenhower chickened out and said no.And as he was Commander in Chief, Churchill could do no more.
Imagine what might have happened if loads of RAF and USAF fighter planes had gone to support the uprising.
The Polish fighter pilots would have been working overtime......

Vesko Vukovic
6 Aug 2020  #458

youtu.be/Q6E_LEnhHTs

Zeljko Vasic i Dado Glisic - Australija i Amerika

youtu.be/6bmwr_UKyUY

Željko Vasić (Serbian) & Ana Bebić (Croatian) duet - Jugoslavija

youtu.be/Tc8JAGmdbRc

Aleksandra Radovic - Cuvaj moje srce

Chemikiem
9 Aug 2020  #459

Loved this band back in the day.

The The - Heartland

youtu.be/fPSO8pdAX6c

The The - Infected

youtu.be/orIy18qIaCU

The The - Angels of Deception

youtu.be/Snup4XmKioU

The The - Sweet Bird Of Truth

youtu.be/BrkTG2E11LU

Vesko Vukovic
10 Aug 2020  #460

youtu.be/fHCEaG_LPms

Oliver Dragojević - "Magdalena"

Miloslaw
10 Aug 2020  #461

@Vesko Vukovic

Sorry mate, but Serbian music is just too weak, naff and frankly pathetically ridiculous for British and American ears.
If I were you, I would refrain from posting any more embarrassments to your people......

Crow
11 Aug 2020  #462

Serbian music is just too weak, naff and frankly pathetically ridiculous for British and American ears.

Wash your ears regularly and don't share your frustrations here on this venerable Slavic Polish forum. To me, Anglo and Germanic music sound mute and so what. Sometimes they got lucky and make some good things. I mean Anglos. Germans are without hope. Absolutely non-capable of music. Brainwashing on a societal levels totally erased the sense of their art and creativity. Even their efficiency dropping dramatically. Would even more with their new genetic upgrades.

Miloslaw
11 Aug 2020  #463

Anglo and Germanic music sound mute

Now you must be kidding................

British bands - The Beatles,The Kinks, The Stones, Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, Genesis.... to name just a few...........and even the Germans can manage some decent bands - The Scorpions, Rammstein and Accept to name just three.

I am trying to think of a Serbian band that has had a fraction of the success of any of the bands I've just listed................

Nope, can't think of one.

Crow
11 Aug 2020  #464

Milo, when I read your posts I know I am 300% Polish. You? You are something else.

Miloslaw
11 Aug 2020  #465

I am 300% Polish.

Are you insane?
You are zero percent Polish.
You are just a nationalist, insane Serb, with no connection to Poland at all..... why don't you leave us Poles alone to discuss Polish stuff?

Serbia has no connection to Poland at all.
And even if it did, Poles don't care..... now disappear to a Serbian forum, where you may be more welcome... bye Crow!

Crow
11 Aug 2020  #466

Traitor. Your problem Milo is that you don't believe in legends. And oldest Polish legends nicely says that Poles originate from Sarmatians.

Miloslaw
11 Aug 2020  #467

Traitor.

I will take that as abuse.

. And oldest Polish legends nicely says that Poles originate from Sarmatians

That is still very much debated.

You Serbs came from an area between Germany and Poland and yet you fail to address this.
Instead, prefering to believe sone stupid myth that Serbians were
Roman Emperors...... you are hilarious!!!

Crow
11 Aug 2020  #468

Poles joined the Yugoslav Partisans in the beginning of the war.

Actually to Chetnik royalists and also Serbian Chetniks (Yugoslavian Royal Army) operated in Poland, too. Did you hear for famous Serbian Chetnik cavalry captain Draza that operated in Lwow leading local Polish resistance of Home Army against banderists and Germans? Draza was highly decorated for saving many Poles from the massacre. Later, he even managed to convince Poles and Ukrainians to fight together against communists. The great man really. His last post of service in Poland was in Lower Silesia.

Partisans were communists and they came later. They then also had connections to Poland.

Dragan Draža Sotirović
>>> en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dragan_Sotirovi%C4%87

Chemikiem
15 Aug 2020  #469

This first track is my favourite Beatles song....

A Day In The Life - The Beatles

youtu.be/usNsCeOV4GM

Eleanor Rigby - The Beatles

youtu.be/HuS5NuXRb5Y

While My Guitar Gently Weeps - The Beatles

youtu.be/VJDJs9dumZI

Lady Madonna - The Beatles

youtu.be/uLRiGX3L-kw

The Ballad Of John And Yoko - The Beatles

youtu.be/v-1OgNqBkVE

To finish off......

My Sweet Lord - George Harrison

youtu.be/8qJTJNfzvr8

Atch
20 Aug 2020  #470

my favourite Beatles song.

How can you pick just one!

I think mine would be 'Across the Universe' and 'You're Gonna Lose That Girl'.

Eleanor Rigby

We had a singing teacher in secondary school who taught us to sing Eleanor Rigby in beautiful three part harmony. We also did 'You Got a Friend' and 'Fire and Rain' by James Taylor and 'After The Goldrush', Neil Young. I remember the beautiful sound of the piano ringing out through the school hall as he accompanied us, (the singing teacher, that is, not Neil Young! If only.............) happy days.

Years later I came across a piece in the Irish Times about teachers who had a profound influence on their students and somebody cited that particular teacher, though she'd had him for Geography, not music!

Crow
23 Aug 2020  #471

Serbian summer hit >>>

s

DJ MATEO X KIM LAMARIN - BRIGA ME

>>> youtube.com/watch?v=2c_LmMQdK18

Joker
30 Aug 2020  #472

How can you pick just one!

The Beatles were simply amazing! I still love them to this day, their songs never get old to me.

My favs.....
Norwegian wood

youtu.be/Y_V6y1ZCg_8

Yer blues- live with EC

youtu.be/JeFwaWFTGYU

Joker
30 Aug 2020  #473

The legendary BUCKETHEAD

youtu.be/dyQJH615KwA

Crnogorac3
30 Aug 2020  #474

ELITNI ODREDI FEAT. DJ MATEO - ONA SIJA

youtube.com/watch?v=eKt98cjz-Ag

youtu.be/RXrYRXqP360

IN VIVO x DJ MATEO - EMIRATI

youtu.be/xboIUHGsHVE

RIMSKI - MOJA EKIPA

Chemikiem
2 Sep 2020  #475

How can you pick just one!

There are loads of Beatles tracks I like, but for me, that is the one that really stands out.

We had a singing teacher in secondary school who taught us to sing Eleanor Rigby in beautiful three part harmony.

I can't remember any teachers ever singing in my school. Sounds like your school was much more fun :)

The legendary BUCKETHEAD

Really liked that :) Never heard of him and he really does have a bucket on his head lol!!

Atch
2 Sep 2020  #476

I can't remember any teachers ever singing in my school.

Really?? Did you not have 'choir'/singing class? I thought all English schools would have that. That's a great shame. Singing together is one of the best feelings in the world :)) I always say that if we could get the Polish Forum crowd together in real life and stage a concert, all the spite and the malice and the weirdness would melt away. Music really does heal the soul:)

We had a singing nun as well, her name was Sister Anne and she took her guitar everywhere with her. We had her for religion and it was so easy to get her off topic by suggesting we sing a few hymns :-D She also rode a Honda 50 scooter, she'd whizz by, helmet clamped on over her veil. I know it sounds like Father Ted, but it's true!

Chemikiem
3 Sep 2020  #477

Did you not have 'choir'/singing class?

No. I don't remember my music lessons as being particularly interesting at all. I do like to sing but other people see my singing as a form of torture so it's probably just as well!

if we could get the Polish Forum crowd together in real life and stage a concert,

Don't give up your day job Atch!

We had a singing nun as well, her name was Sister Anne and she took her guitar everywhere with her.

Yes, I remember you talking about her once before. Sadly, we didn't have any teachers that were real 'characters' as such. I'm sure her lessons were lots of fun given that she was quite easily manipulated :)

I know it sounds like Father Ted, but it's true!

I don't doubt you for a minute!

Atch
3 Sep 2020  #478

she was quite easily manipulated :)

Basically, she just loved to praise the Lord by any means available and ideally with song :)) All the teachers could be cajoled into a sing-song though, especially on a Friday afternoon or on the last day of term. We used to say 'Could we have a little concert? Oh pleeease.'

The 'concert' then consisted of various girls doing their party pieces, which ranged from beautifully sung ballads that would bring a tear to the eye, to comical stuff. There was one girl who used to do 'I'm Jake the Peg' with a sweeping brush handle stuck down the back of her uniform for the extra leg :-D- couldn't do it now, not that Sir Rolf has disgraced himself! Then we'd finish off with a sing-song, some 'sad' stuff like Eleanor Rigby ;) and a few old rebel songs and rowdy street ballads, a few of The Dubliners numbers and that sort of thing. A big favourite was the one below, it's a famous old Dublin song, and everybody learned this one in primary school, all about 'the aul woman who kilt the child'. An analyst would have a field day with why Irish children loved singing this. I have my own theories:

youtube.com/watch?v=wnrhJO-qzdw

Chemikiem
6 Sep 2020  #479

All the teachers could be cajoled into a sing-song though,

Must be an Irish thing, never heard of anything like that in an English school. My teachers were all quite staid and set in their ways. With the exception of a couple of them, the teaching was as dry as dust. No way would we have had a sing song or concert. I can remember end of term plays, but that was about it. Is this common in Irish schools? Was yours a private or state school ?

A big favourite was the one below, it's a famous old Dublin song

Never heard it before, but what I found bizarre was a cheery bunch of men singing something so grim! And more bizarre that primary children sing it!

I found an interesting article about it here:

irishcentral.com/culture/entertainment/weile-weile-walie-irish-murder-ballad

Atch
7 Sep 2020  #480

Is this common in Irish schools?

Yes, very. You're right, it's an Irish thing. In the last school where I taught, there was a retirement do for one of the teachers and as soon as the meal was over, the singing started. She opened the proceedings herself by singing 'Will You Go Lassie, Go?', you know that lovely Scottish song. Then everybody who wanted to, got up and sang, including the parents :) Some of them had had a good few jars by the time their turn came! After that we had a dance/disco.

Was yours a private or state school ?

It was what's called a voluntary school, privately owned and managed by the nuns and you pay whatever you can afford. There's no set fee. If you can't afford to pay anything, you don't pay. If you can afford to contribute, you do. The teacher's salaries are covered largely by the Department of Education and the school gets grants for certain things but we had to have many a fund-raising cake sale, or school concert :))

bizarre that primary children sing it!

I think the reason we liked it so much was that justice is seen to be done when the 'aul wan' is hung at the end. The 'choild' may have been 'kilt' but the 'aul wan' didn't get away with it :-D


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