Hauntingly beautiful songs

Melinda More or Less from Curved Air Phantasmagoria
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  • Band of Horses - Into My Arms
  • Band of Horses - Detlef Schrempf
  • Band of Horses - The Funeral
  • Band of Horses - No One’s Gonna Love You
  • Moby - Everloving
  • Silversun Pickups - Circadian Rhythm
  • Dave Jakes - Been in My Dream
  • Lana Del Rey - California
  • Granddaddy - So You’ll Aim Toward The Sky
  • Billie Eilish - When I Was Older
  • The Who - Behind Blue Eyes
  • Neuman - Deleted Files
  • Porcupine Tree - Sentimental (Live)
  • Mark Knopfler - So Far From The Clyde
  • Anna Ternheim - Hours
  • I Am Kloot - From Your Favorite Sky

Have fun listening!

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Mark Knopfler - If This Is Goodbye (An Evening with Mark Knopfler, 2009)

Much better than the version with Emmylou Harris (No offense Emmylou if you’re reading this!)

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A couple of our favourites

Natasha Atlas “Adam’s Lullabye”
Nightwish “Sleeping Sun”

Listening to Radio 3 just now reminded me of a wonderfully haunting song, Flanders and Swann’s Slow Train.

I heard it too, an extraordinary piece of work. Deeply melancholic and unlike anything else that they recorded.

I always think of it as being in the same vein as the Edward Thomas poem about the deserted station at Adelstrop.

Huge F&S fan here. I love their take on Mozart’s 4th horn concerto, it’s really very clever. And Flanders’ rhymes in Misalliance are so witty: “… Bindweed” with “…mind; we’d” and “… entwined; we’d” for example. And when things get a bit excessive in HiFi Corner, I’m reminded of their Song of Reproduction. Just the sort of thing I need when the world gets too depressing.

Apologies for thread diversion.

Roger