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Old 02-14-2012, 05:22 PM   #31
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Yes, it was good. Some good movies in the last few years.

Oye Lucky Lucky Oye
Love, Sex, Dhoka
Dev D
Udaan
Ishqiya

are some I remember.
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Old 02-14-2012, 05:23 PM   #32
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Yes, it was good. Some good movies in the last few years.

Oye Lucky Lucky Oye
Love, Sex, Dhoka

Dev D
Udaan
Ishqiya

are some I remember.
LOL I am sorry, but these 2 titles do not inspire me at all Some good ones I watched over the last couple of years are :

Life in a metro, Rocket Singh- salesman of the year (I know, but it's a good movie !), ZNMD, Welcome to Sajjanpur (great songs).

In the spirit of V-day, a cheesy song with dancing on snow-peaked mountains in Switzerland, and European extras trying bollywood moves But I really like the rhythm of the song !

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I was going to add not to be put off by the titles The director(Dipankar Banerjee- the Bengali surname will hopefully change your mind) is one of the more promising directors of late.

Seen all the movies you listed

Will listen to the song a bit later
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I was going to add not to be put off by the titles The director(Dipankar Banerjee- the Bengali surname will hopefully change your mind) is one of the more promising directors of late.

Seen all the movies you listed

Will listen to the song a bit later
Hehe..the Bengali directors are taking over My guess would be that you are from AP ?
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That song was quintessential Bollywood Not one of my favorites even though I have quite a few guilty pleasures myself

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Hehe..the Bengali directors are taking over My guess would be that you are from AP ?
The Bengalis have always been a solid presence in Bollywood especially on the musical front, right?

Yes, I am
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One of my favorite songs as a teenager Still sounds pretty good although I remember the guy being better looking than that. Looks like a mug, tbh
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My knowledge of SA music is exactly nil so I can't contribute anything to this thread.
If you take requests, though, I'd be happy to be annoying and pester you in the know about it! I'd love to see some really traditional music, as old as possible. Something that would fit the etno music genre label, basically.


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This is so beautiful. I had this on in the background while I rewatched the cute owls video. Sublime experience.
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My knowledge of SA music is exactly nil so I can't contribute anything to this thread.
Just throw in some Chinese music, nobody will notice

This one's rather traditional

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Always loved the first 30 secs or so of this.

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Yo Shamster. Was wondering why you abandoned this thread in its infancy.

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My knowledge of SA music is exactly nil so I can't contribute anything to this thread.
If you take requests, though, I'd be happy to be annoying and pester you in the know about it! I'd love to see some really traditional music, as old as possible. Something that would fit the etno music genre label, basically.
I'm sure you'll regret you asked Anyway, here's one of the classical styles(called Carnatic) The other one's Hindustani which I'll post a bit later.



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Just throw in some Chinese music, nobody will notice
Or Croatian.
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^ Was about to throw in some Carnatic, that one beats mine all ends up. Though even I find it difficult to appreciate the really traditional stuff.
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One of my faves in terms of pure melodious piano-overkill.

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This one's rather traditional

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^ Was about to throw in some Carnatic, that one beats mine all ends up. Though even I find it difficult to appreciate the really traditional stuff.
Imo, Indian classical is designed for the pleasure of the singer/performer and (somewhat) neglects to cater to the listener. Huge disconnect because of that
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