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Old March 30 2014, 03:58 PM   #16
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Re: Unintentional Genre Songs

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The Power of Love always reminds me of Buffy and Angel. Every time it comes on the radio I play a virtual music video in my head! Never sure what to do with the "Hooded Claw" though!
Ole' Huey has this one, and his actual appearance!, that always takes me Back to the Future!
I was thinking of the Frankie Goes to Hollywood version, actually!
Ah, assumption...will certainly check that out!...thanks...
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Old March 30 2014, 06:27 PM   #17
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The Power of Love always reminds me of Buffy and Angel. Every time it comes on the radio I play a virtual music video in my head! Never sure what to do with the "Hooded Claw" though!
Ole' Huey has this one, and his actual appearance!, that always takes me Back to the Future!
I was thinking of the Frankie Goes to Hollywood version, actually!
...wow!...never knew that one even existed...just listened to it...orchestrated and powerful, just like I like...great lead voice and arrangement...and the video running with it was desert scenes and camels and bedoin! just like here!...very cool, and thanks for turning me on to that version...
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Old March 30 2014, 07:12 PM   #18
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Re: Unintentional Genre Songs

I'd say, the entire Nickel Creek catalogue for Firefly. Interesting thing is, apparently Joss Whedon was a big fan of them and went with similar style for the soundtrack.
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"The Joker" by the Steve Miller band is my theme for James T. Kirk.
To me, that song will forever be associated with the Simpsons

There are a couple of Mama Cass songs that were used on "Lost" that I now associate with the show, to wit, "Make your own kind of music" and "It's getting better."
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Old March 31 2014, 07:57 PM   #20
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...wow!...never knew that one even existed...
You're not a child of the 80s, then, I take it? (Unlike myself!)

just listened to it...orchestrated and powerful, just like I like...great lead voice and arrangement...and the video running with it was desert scenes and camels and bedoin! just like here!...very cool, and thanks for turning me on to that version...
My pleasure. Glad you liked it.
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