Sunday, August 28, 2005

Music agina and again..

It all started last year when I watched 2 of my favorite foreign series so far: “winter sonata” and “autumn in my heart”. 2 Korean serieses were played on our national TV, as a sort of cultural exchange treaty between the 2 countries.
That was my real 1st introduction to the south Asian culture *music and entertainment*.
I never tried to search or learn anything about Korea, Japan, Taiwan or any other country. i.e. I never cared.
OK! I admit how stupid I was not to dive into such rich culture!!
I’ve already wasted 20 years of my life stuck into the-one-culture-attitude.. which I truly regret ..

I won’t say I am familiar with their culture still, but all I can tell they deserve whatever position they’ve reached after all.
Those who took good care of their life with all its aspects: economically, industrially, culturally, literature… should be on the top.

Right now I newly discovered 3 of the treasured Japanese figures: Jo Sung Mo, Yiruma and Yuhki Kuramoto..
I believe if you are into such type of slow sentimental music.. you should give yourself a try.. especially these:
Yiruma-Kiss the rain
Yiruma-Small Steps
Yiruma-The moment
Yiruma-Shining Smile
Yiruma-Wait there
yuhki kuramoto-Dawn
yuhki kuramoto-lonely sailing
yuhki kuramoto-virgin road
yuhki kuramoto-stilness
yuhki kuramoto-peacefully
yuhki kuramoto-odine
yuhki kuramoto-sentimental moment
Jo Sung Mo- Jal Gah Yo Nae Sa Rang
Jo Sung Mo-Do you know
Jo Sung Mo-Never
Korean Drama - Autumn in my Heart - Endless Love (eurodance)

If you want the latter, just email me and I’ll deliver it right away to your inbox ..
You can still search for more.. Those people really deserve your effort *take my words*

Time to go.. 73’s


Blogger MoonLightShadow said...

Yes.. they do deserve the effort. Winter Sonata is an awesome series, and their music is just wonderfule. Thanks blue for this collection :)

8/28/2005 10:05:00 PM  
Blogger M!R@CHK@ said...

Wow its amazing :)very relaxing i like it alot

8/28/2005 10:58:00 PM  
Blogger Jia Li said...

I like these too, but my korean is v. v. bad.

8/29/2005 03:09:00 AM  
Anonymous T'ee said...

إيه بس يا بلووووووو؟؟
Wht's that Asian Dub Foundation??
I know it's none of my business,
as I told u my sis adores this "Sonata" thing,
but I started to love its music
esp: My Memory [piano ver] & From z beginning till z end,
but still can't find the beauty in z language itself, Mashad told 'bout the Japanese Mania, n even tried sending me 1 of these songs but NOOOOOOOOOO

8/29/2005 09:54:00 AM  
Blogger 0xDEADBEEF said...

Thanks you veru much for the music, it's awesome. I raise my hat to your great taste :)

8/29/2005 02:52:00 PM  
Blogger Lasto-adri *Blue* said...

ur welcome moon

ur welcome any time :)

Jia li:
at least u got ur chinese...
i wish to know any of these languages

menawar 3andena.. eb2a karar el zeyarat ya3ni.. w matensash el yustafandi :)
enta el 5asran ya Tee for not listening to these japanese melodies.. at least give ur poor sister thelink.. i am HELL SURE she'll love these..

its my pleasure :)

8/29/2005 05:30:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Begad original and unexpected besara7a....pretty cool music for such time of the day...when am literally "mesanta7a"...what a mood ..I owe you one for this ya blue :)

8/29/2005 08:44:00 PM  
Blogger Al Sharief said...

Thanks for sharing Ya Tadry.

8/31/2005 02:03:00 PM  
Blogger Lasto-adri *Blue* said...

nerro your welcome.. i belive such music (i newly knew its called New-Age-Music) is really out of this world, and the problem is, they r under-estemated :)

Al Sharief:
Welcome baaaaaack.. where have you been?
o ur welcome any time..

8/31/2005 06:08:00 PM  
Anonymous Ramy Azzazi _ ROM said...

:) i told u what i think.. but im posting here ,, it's great to find somebody with open minded and have the ability to take a look on thers cultures.. far east is really great !!
good job.. and thank u for these sweet songs..
go on .. cont. the way :)

1/04/2006 10:40:00 PM  
Anonymous SoA said...

Hi, I found this page during websurfing. Just tell u u made little mistake on ur post.

Right now I newly discovered 3 of the treasured Japanese figures: Jo Sung Mo, Yiruma and Yuhki Kuramoto..

Jo Sung Mo and Yiruma are Korean. Also I don't think there music style is simillar to Japanese music.

anyways, nice blog.

4/27/2006 05:17:00 PM  

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