Discussion in 'Off-Topic Forum' started by tastyweat, Sep 20, 2005.
lol dare you to listen to the whole thing without pausing it.
Perhaps the best song of the last 20 years. I remember when I downloaded it through the university network back in the late 90s.
Having been so very much involved with music for so many years before I started losing my hearing...and even a few after I started wearing hearing aids...this performance by a young deaf woman totally floored me.....
Another great song from the best decade for modern music.
I have no idea if anyone here likes Techno/House music. But, my younger daughter and son-in-law are part of the founding team of "Southern Exposure" --- which focuses on that. They both are DJ's and very active mainly in the Atlanta, GA, area. But, they have traveled to New England and other areas to do their thing.
Here's a link to their website....
Nice one! Electronic music of all kinds is my favorite type of music even though I do listen to all types of music, I shall definitely check their web page out.
I'm in love with this song.
A bit old school trance.
OK, guys...and any gals here, too! As just about everyone knows by now, I've gone from near deafness to enjoying nearly 100% hearing with the Cochlear Implants I've gotten over the past three years.
In the past, I've mentioned my late step-father who came into my family's life not too long after my father died when I was one week into my 7th birthday.
I've said this to lead up to this: My mother, who is now 88-years old, came across a cassette tape that had only his "Favorite Songs" written on it. There was no indication as to what songs or artists/performers were on this cassette tape at all. She handed it to me just two days ago. I took it home, popped it into my CD/Cassette Tape Recorder/Player, ran it through my PC and my headphones.
What I discovered are eight love songs he selected to express his love and devotion to my mother. He worked as a nurse aid at the VA Hospital and had asked a patient there to record these particular songs for him. When he did this, I have no clue whatsoever. But, it would have to have been prior to 2001 as he died in August that year.
With my cochlear implants, I've been able to determine not only the songs, but also the artists who sang these songs. And, using Audacity [Free], I've re-recorded them and then converted them to MP3. Then, locating public domain photos of the artists, I've created a video. If you don't like Country music/artists, this isn't for you. Daddy was a Country Boy through and through!
But, if you want to take a listen, here's the link. This is what I'VE been listening to the past two nights.
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