Discussion in 'Entertainment' started by Kratos, Jan 12, 2009.
The Jungle Book-The Bare Necessities:
The Lion King-The Circle Of Life:
Let's Face The Music And Dance-Fred Astaire:
I'm not sure who the song actually belongs to, so I'm only saying who sang this version.
WiL-You Know I Do:
Steve Earle-Galway Girl:
Ed Sheeran-Galway Girl:
@Kinzvlle, that song reminded me of this one:
Irving Berlin was the songwriter, from the movie Follow the Fleet. I love Fred and Ginger.
See the dress Ginger's wearing in that number? At a vintage movie screening I attended, between movies they had a fashion show of costumes from Golden Age films, and that dress was one of them. It's a coppery auburn color with a matching red fox collar (not to be confused with @Foxxx ), and it's completely covered with tiny crystal beads. The owner of the costumes let us lift the sleeve of the dress so we could feel how heavy it was, and it felt like lead weights in my hand. He said the dress weighed over 50 pounds, and I believe it. (Ginger Rogers weighed around 105 when she was making a movie, so props to her.) When Fred spins her around, you can see the dress hit her legs. There's no way she didn't get bruises from that.
Another costume in the fashion show was the sailor costume Ginger's wearing in "Let Yourself Go" from Follow the Fleet. That one is burnished gold and royal blue.
I like to stream Xonotic from time to time, and this song just hits me so right for some reason. It might be my synesthesia, I don't know; I just feel it. It's has masculine drive and feminine tenderness; it just seems like the perfect song to me.
Early 2000's are better then the 90's. There, I said it. It all went to hell after 2007...when jobs...that turtle necked bastard created that blasted 'iphone'
Haven`t posted here in a bit been slacking.
A place I used to live had a strip club called "The Bare Necessities" the songs not the same with that mental image.
Wonderful song, always wanted to visit Galway. Ireland in general but there especially.
My songs for the day:
and I dedicate this one to @Cave Troll and @flawed personality for tomorrow...and beyond.
There`s even a banjo.
I'd love to be there!
Gotta love that ragtime music!
Fit for a King's new album, Dark Skies. I hadn't paid much attention to these guys until I saw them live. Not my usual genre, but they put on a good show, and their recorded stuff is even better.
One more before bedtime,
@Magus You reminded me of this cover lol.
Also, "It Wasn't Me" by Shaggy is a bop.
I also agree with @Magus. The early 2000s were a Golden Age, at least for mainstream. But Jimmy Eat World's album "Clarity" came out in 1999 and that's still the greatest emo record of all freaking time. And let's not forget blink-182's 1990s masterpiece records.
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