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  1. #1

    mga lumang kanta

    ano kaya mga lumang songs maganda d/l (50s 60s) pero wag naman yung sobrang luma na panahon pa ni mahoma.

    ako yung my girl & up on the roof.

    suggest kayo!!! thanksss

  2. #2
    tanod ng kapayapaan
    Join Date
    Sep 2004
    the doors- light my fire... ayos din *** riders on the storm...

    pero hindi pala 50's or 60's un... pero astig pa rin...

  3. #3
    Hmm. Well, I'm pretty much into 60's guitar pop. But I suggest you download the classic Beach Boys album, Pet Sounds. There's no Kokomo-sh*t on this one. This is pop music at its finest. You know why we have 24 track studios now? That's because of this album, and it also proves Brian Wilson's a genius.

    I also suggest Phil Spector. A producer really, rather than an artist and an inspiration to Brian Wilson. He perfected the so-called Wall Of Sound, uh, sound. The Crystals and The Ronettes are just two groups he worked with. Try other girl groups, too: The Shirelles, The Shangri-La's, The Chiffons, The Dixie Cups, though some people find 'em kitschy. I dare say to hell with 'em. The problem with other listeners is, they don't listen. And just because it's old music, it's baduy to listen to Sinatra? I don't think so.

    And I believe and feel that there's nothing wrong listening to music na "panahon pa ni Mahoma" (whenever that is). Jazz and Blues music has been around since the 20's (?), maybe even earlier than that and much earlier, Classical. I'm not much into Classical but I have tapes of Mozart and Debussy, and I find them transcendental. Billie Holiday, Ella Fitzgerald, Nina Simone are excellent jazz singers. Bossa Nova was pretty popular in the 60's as well. Check out Astrud Gilberto and Jobim. Sophisticated music for learned ears, I should say.

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