Any fans of "feelin good" music out there?


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Here's something completely different. It's Christopher Walker dancing. You know, the guy who plays mobsters and psychos and did the famous "I need more cowbell" skit on SNL. Here he's

I like the original version (and find both songs "happy", but diffrn't strokes, and all that...) But the other one is cool, too. But why change it? Well...most likely to riff off of this, the intro

I have mentioned this before but if you want a pick-me-up, watch the opening credits form the movie “Popeye” with Robin Williams and Shelley Duvall. The chorus sings “Sweethaven.”

A competitor emerges.

Rather than compete, I'll contribute.

Does this count as "feelin good" music?

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A competitor emerges.

Rather than compete, I'll contribute.

Does this count as "feelin good" music?

Hello Kyle

Not intending to "compete".

Just the other side of the coin.

If it makes you feel good, it counts.

-Joe

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A competitor emerges.

Rather than compete, I'll contribute.

Does this count as "feelin good" music?

Hello Kyle

Not intending to "compete".

Just the other side of the coin.

If it makes you feel good, it counts.

-Joe

I shouldn't be taken so seriously.

And, now that you've clarified what makes a song a "feel good" song, I think our respective threads have nearly identical faces on that coin.

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Here's a gotta move jazz tune. Courtesy of Herbie Mann & his band.

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The music people like to listen to reveals their attitude towards life as well as their moral values.

Heh, I can only imagine what you think of me.

But I don't think of you, Kyle.

Well played.

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Over in that other Muzak thread Kyle brought to my attention a band I like. Most of their music is very hard rock yes Alter Bridge is the band.

As I mentioned over there the frontman Myles Kennedy has a four Octave range. Here he is singing a heartfelt Ballad.

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Had to hear this one again. I hear it as feel good music & to all that's possible.

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I loved that show! What? No democrats in Star Trek? The future is looking pretty bright after all!!

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How about a spacedrum with a cutie beating on it?

Awesome!

I never even knew what a spacedrum was before.

Feelin' real good...

Michael

EDIT: For those interested, this drum is a type of Hang called a Handpan. As usual with super-specialized things of this nature, there is a growing controversy over they purity of the Hang--it is no mere Handpan. :smile:

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How about a spacedrum with a cutie beating on it?

Awesome!

I never even knew what a spacedrum was before.

Feelin' real good...

Michael

EDIT: For those interested, this drum is a type of Hang called a Handpan. As usual with super-specialized things of this nature, there is a growing controversy over they purity of the Hang--it is no mere Handpan. :smile:

Nice sound & upbeat. As Joe Cocker sang "Feelin allright"

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If I said "do it again" to Hiromi Uehara, it would be in the sense that this neglects ...




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