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Azure Ray – November

April 11, 2011

Let’s sing a song again dear..

i like this song, coz i was born in this song tittle

enjoy it 😉

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Azure Ray – November

 

So I’m waiting for this test to end
So these lighter days can soon begin
I’ll be alone but maybe more carefree
Like a kite that floats so effortlessly
I was afraid to be alone
Now I’m scared thats how I’d like to be
All these faces none the same
How can there be so many personalities
So many lifeless empty hands
So many hearts in great demand
And now my sorrow seems so far away
Until I’m taken by these bolts of pain
But I turn them off and tuck them away
’till these rainy days that make them stay
And then I’ll cry so hard to these sad songs
And the words still ring, once here now gone
And they echo through my head everyday
And I dont think they’ll ever go away
Just like thinking of your childhood home
But we cant go back we’re on our own
Oh,
But i’m about to give this one more shot
And find it in myself
I’ll find it in myself
So were speeding towards that time of year
To the day that marks that you’re not here
And i think I’ll want to be alone
So please understand if I dont answer the phone
I’ll just sit and stare at my deep blue walls
Until I can see nothing at all
Only particles some fast some slow
All my eyes can see is all I know
Ohh..
But I’m about to give this one more shot
And find it in myself
I’ll find it in myself

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Lirik lagu Jagostu – Mau Tak Mau

February 19, 2010

Lagu melow yg diputer salah satu radio swasta Jogja d pagi buta, alias subuh-subuh.. duh duh.. tapi ok juga kok.. lagunya orang Jogja, dari band asal Jogja.. hehe..  klo yg ga punya mp3nya.. silahkan cari di mbah google dan coba dengarkan.. ni kukasih liriknya aj yah.. hehe 🙂

Jagostu – Mau Tak Mau

apa yang bisa aku lakukan
Em
jika ia memilih untuk tak tinggal
Dm Am
dan semua terus berjalan

F
getirnya harus tetap kutelan
Em
dan aku sakit ahrus tetap bertahan
Dm Am
dan semua terus berjalan

F Dm Am 2x

Am F
mau tak mau kuharus
G C Em
melanjutkan yang tersisa
Am D7
meski semua telah berbeda
F G C
dan tak akan pernah ada yang sama

[int] F Dm Am 2x

F
aku bisa memeluknya
Em
tetapi tidak hatinya
Dm Am
ooo… menyakitkan

F
semua telah dengan
Em
segenap hati kumerindunya
Dm
tapi hatinya telah pergi dan
Am G
telah lama mati

Am F
semoga angin berhembus
G C Em
membawakan mimpi baru
Am D7
meski ku tau takkan pernah ada
F G C
yang sanggup mengganti keindahannya

[ending] F Dm Am …x

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Lady Gaga – Telephone Lyrics and Video

February 19, 2010

Lady Gaga – Telephone Lyrics and Video :-

[Lady Gaga]
Hello, hello, baby
You called, I can’t hear a thing.
I have got no service
in the club, you see, see
Wha-Wha-What did you say?
Oh, you’re breaking up on me
Sorry, I cannot hear you,
I’m kinda busy.

K-kinda busy
K-kinda busy
Sorry, I cannot hear you, I’m kinda busy.

Just a second,
it’s my favorite song they’re gonna play
And I cannot text you with
a drink in my hand, eh
You shoulda made some plans with me,
you knew that I was free.
And now you won’t stop calling me;
I’m kinda busy.

Stop callin’, stop callin’,
I don’t wanna think anymore!
I left my hand and my heart on the dance floor.
Stop callin’, stop callin’,
I don’t wanna talk anymore!
I left my hand and my heart on the dance floor.

Eh, eh, eh, eh, eh, eh, eh, eh, eh
Stop telephonin’ me!
Eh, eh, eh, eh, eh, eh, eh, eh, eh
I’m busy!
Eh, eh, eh, eh, eh, eh, eh, eh, eh
Stop telephonin’ me!
Eh, eh, eh, eh, eh, eh, eh, eh, eh

Can call all you want,
but there’s no one home,
and you’re not gonna reach my telephone!
Out in the club,
and I’m sippin’ that bub,
and you’re not gonna reach my telephone!

Call when you want,
but there’s no one home,
and you’re not gonna reach my telephone!
Out in the club,
and I’m sippin’ that bub,
and you’re not gonna reach my telephone!

[Beyonce]
Boy, the way you blowin’ up my phone
won’t make me leave no faster.
Put my coat on faster,
leave my girls no faster.
I shoulda left my phone at home,
’cause this is a disaster!
Callin’ like a collector –
sorry, I cannot answer!

Not that I don’t like you,
I’m just at a party.
And I am sick and tired
of my phone r-ringing.
Sometimes I feel like
I live in Grand Central Station.
Tonight I’m not takin’ no calls,
’cause I’ll be dancin’.

‘Cause I’ll be dancin’
‘Cause I’ll be dancin’
Tonight I’m not takin’ no calls, ’cause I’ll be dancin’!

Stop callin’, stop callin’,
I don’t wanna think anymore!
I left my hand and my heart on the dance floor.
Stop callin’, stop callin’,
I don’t wanna talk anymore!
I left my hand and my heart on the dance floor.

Stop callin’, stop callin’,
I don’t wanna think anymore!
I left my hand and my heart on the dance floor.
Stop callin’, stop callin’,
I don’t wanna talk anymore!
I left my hand and my heart on the dance floor.

Eh, eh, eh, eh, eh, eh, eh, eh, eh
Stop telephonin’ me!
Eh, eh, eh, eh, eh, eh, eh, eh, eh
I’m busy!
Eh, eh, eh, eh, eh, eh, eh, eh, eh
Stop telephonin’ me!
Eh, eh, eh, eh, eh, eh, eh, eh, eh

Can call all you want,
but there’s no one home,
you’re not gonna reach my telephone!
‘Cause I’m out in the club,
and I’m sippin’ that bub,
and you’re not gonna reach my telephone!

Call when you want,
but there’s no one home,
and you’re not gonna reach my telephone!
‘Cause I’m out in the club,
and I’m sippin’ that bub,
and you’re not gonna reach my telephone!

My telephone!
M-m-my telephone!
‘Cause I’m out in the club,
and I’m sippin’ that bub,
and you’re not gonna reach my telephone!

My telephone!
M-m-my telephone!
‘Cause I’m out in the club,
and I’m sippin’ that bub,
and you’re not gonna reach my telephone!

We’re sorry the number you have reached is not in service at this time.
Please check the number, or try your call again

(http://lyricsmusicvideo.blogspot.com/2009/11/lady-gaga-telephone-lyrics-video.html )

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unique button clip

January 12, 2010

Guys..

coba deh liat ni clip, keren asoy.. lucu euy..

kreatif bgt yg bikin.. loph it!!!

so beautiful & unique 😉

(http://www.katrinfreitag.com/6.html)

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Adrian Martadinata, have a meaningful song

October 9, 2009

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ADRIAN MARTADINATA, seorang musisi muda, penyanyi sekaligus pencipta lagu di blantika musik indonesia. Kiprahnya beberapa tahun belakangan ini dimulai dari menulis lagu untuk “Andien”, dan “Marcell”, sampai turut andil dalam proses rekaman dan produksi beberapa band dan artist solo seperti “Parkdrive”,”SOVA”,”aditya”,”DIMI”,”Rieka Roslan”. Terlahir sebagai musisi serba bisa,Adrian pun kerap menjadi sosok diatas panggung dengan permainan gitarnya bersama nama-nama besar seperti “Glenn fredly”,”Maliq n d’Essentials”,”Astrid”,”aditya”,”sova”,dan “Rieka roslan”. Berawal dari sebuah proyek solo, Adrian merasa musiknya akan lebih hidup dan kaya bila disuguhkan dlm format trio. Bergabung dengannya adalah kedua sahabat baiknya, Oman Nikman Lupita pada drum dan Ihwan Siregar pada Bass; yg juga telah banyak tampil dan keluar masuk dapur rekaman bersama “Tangga”,”Judika idol”, dan “Shandy”. Bersama Adrian Martadinata, dua sahabat ini siap untuk berbagi idealisme bermusik mereka dan dengan keputusan bersama setuju utk tetap memilih nama “Adrian Martadinata” sebagai nama band. Album ini kurang lebih akan bernuansa pop rock, yg mana selalu menjadi akar dari musik mereka. Bekerja sama dengannya produser yg juga sahabtnya Rayendra sunito dari “Parkdrive”; Adrian Martadinata dibantu dalam pembuatan album perdana ini. Diantaranya terdapat juga musisi – musisi muda ternama seperti Ali Akbar dari “The Groove”, Phillipe dari “The sixth element”, Badai “Kerispatih”, dan ifa dari “Maliq n d’Essentials” yg ikut mengisi dalam proses rekaman. Pada bulan juni/juli 2008, Adrian akhirnya siap untuk mempersembahkan sebelas karyanya yg merupakan isi hati dan refleksi perjalanannya. “lagu-lagu ini mencerminkan siapa dan dimana saya berada pada saat ini, juga tempat untuk berbagi cerita”, demikian komentar Adrian mengenai isi dari albumnya yg diberi judul “CERITA KITA”. Bersama dengan Live show dan promo radio, grup ini juga dijadwalkan untuk mengeluarkan video clip dari single perdana “AJARI AKU”, satu yg akan menempatkan bintang baru ini pada jajaran musisi di Indonesia!

Influences :

Dewa19, Gigi, Chrisye, Koes Plus, Protonema, Dr.Pm, Glenn Fredly, Naif, Samsons,Peterpan, Kerispatih, Nidji, Saint Loco, Drive, Parkdrive, Tangga, Maliq ‘N D Essentials, Coldplay, Snow Patrol, Linkin Park, James Blunt, John Mayer, Radiohead, The All American Reject, Toto, Giant, The Beatles, Aerosmith, Keane, Tonic, Filter,Live, Third Eye Blind, Matchbox 20, Lifehouse, The Calling, Frank Zappa, Rem,H aven, New Radicals, Green Day, Switchfoot, Justin Nozuka, Chicago, Foo Fighter, Craig Armstrong, And Many

(http://www.myspace.com/adrianmartadinata)

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Emmy Rossum, her voice feels like in heaven

October 8, 2009

Pasti banyak yang ga knal Emmy Rossum kan..? hihiyy.. pdhl dia artist yg cukup terkenal looh.. Her voice feels like in heaven.. hmm… awesome..

Emmy Rossum  seorang penyanyi dan aktris berasal dari Amerika Serikat yang memulai awal karir sebagai aktris pada tahun 1997 dan menyanyi pada tahun 2004.

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“Inside out/Before you now/Bare these bones/And lay me down…Will you take me as I am?” “Inside Out”

“This music is who I am,” says 20-year-old Emmy Rossum of her self-titled debut on Geffen Records. “In the movies, I’ve always felt like one piece of the puzzle. But this is all me. It’s my baby. I get to write, direct and star. And that’s the most fulfilling thing. It’s everything I’ve always wanted to do. This music is so close to me. It’s something new… You can’t categorize it.”

With a Golden Globe nomination for her performance as Christine in the film version of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s The Phantom of the Opera and major roles in the big-budget Hollywood motion pictures Mystic River, The Day After Tomorrow and Poseidon, Rossum has made her name as an actress, but her first love has always been music. By the age of seven, she was singing with the Metropolitan Opera, performing in more than 20 separate productions in six different languages at Lincoln Center alongside icons such as Placido Domingo and Luciano Pavarotti.

“There’s a photo of me listening intently to a violinist in Central Park when I was two,” says Rossum, who grew up in Manhattan an only child, raised by her photographer mother. With her mom often traveling, the young Emmy was often left to her own devices, much of the time spent listening to classical music like Vivaldi and jazz piano by John Lewis.

That longing for closeness and fear of abandonment can be heard on several songs from the new album, written largely by Rossum with producer Stuart Brawley. It is a showcase for her remarkable vocal range. With a lush, sensual style, Rossum sings every note on the album. Her vocals seduce, rather than show off.

The first single, “Slow Me Down,” about trying to “find a respite from all the craziness,” is made up of more than 150 different parts and harmonies, every one of them sung by Emmy herself, including, in some cases, the percussion. “Stay” was the first piece she wrote for the record.

“That’s about wanting to be sexy and vulnerable for someone you like,” she says. “And not being afraid to ask them to stay, even if just for the night.”

“Pop music was fascinating to me. Since I was immersed in classical and opera, I was 13 before I heard a drum, a guitar, or anybody belting out a song,” she admits. “When I finally did, it was amazing to me.”

“I didn’t want this album to be like, ‘Look what I can do,’” she says. “People have heard me hit the high ‘E’ in Phantom of the Opera, and I’ll use that range to occasionally add different colors. But I wanted to create a kind of music that would allow me to use my voice as another instrument. I sing the parts that would be played by guitar or piano. I tried to discover, how much can you do without instruments? What is the boundary of the human voice?”

The gentle “Lullaby” reflects a childhood longing not only for someone to calm and ease her fears, but a desire to care for and comfort others, part of her own nurturing nature. “Things can sometimes weigh so heavily upon you as an adult,” she says. “Without anyone to sing you to sleep like when you were a kid. It’s a lullaby for adults, to know that we’re not alone, that someone loves and cares about you.”

When she started the recording process, Rossum decided she didn’t want to make the album in a “popera” classical style similar to Sarah Brightman, another diva associated with Andrew Lloyd Webber.

“I felt I had exhausted that part of myself,” she explains after her stints in the Metropolitan Opera and in Phantom. “I’ve been exposed to a lot of different kinds of music since that period of my life. There were so many other influences I picked up along the way.”

Indeed, on songs like “The Great Divide,” she shows the influence of her motion picture bow in 2000’s indie hit, Songcatcher, where she learned to sing folk and bluegrass music in her role as an Appalachian orphan, receiving an Independent Spirit Award nomination for Best Debut Performance. When Dolly Parton invited her to Nashville to record, it convinced Rossum she would one day make her own album.

“That was a new experience for me, but I was really able to add to my repertoire,” she says of singing in Songcatcher. “The opera is all about technique, breathing and support. Here we were, sitting on a mountain, and the goal was the twang and the flips in the voice… the feeling and emotions of connecting to those words.”

She took that experience and put it to good use on her own album. “Everything I sing about in these songs has really happened to me… They are all things that I’ve been through myself,” she says.

“The Great Divide” tells of two people having a fight, with one of them trying to stop before saying something they’d be sorry for. “I had to color my voice in a certain way to sing it,” she says. “The plaintive tone and vocal flip have the same qualities of a Scottish/Irish folk song.”

“Inside Out” deals with “the scars everybody has, and the fear of showing them… It’s about opening yourself up and letting someone see the real you,” according to Rossum, while the romantic “High” was inspired by looking out the window of a plane and daydreaming of dancing among the white clouds and full moon with someone she loves, far removed from the earth below. The feeling of waiting “Just 24 more hours/Until you’re by my side/I wait for dark to fall again/So I can be alive.”

“There’s a great deal of sadness in life, but I’m really a glass half-full kind of person,” she claims. “I didn’t want this album to be confessional or self-indulgent. I just wanted to be honest. The songs are personal. Many of them are about relationships, about breaking up or being in love. I’m a person who feels everything intensely, which is an asset and a problem.”

While her film career continues to gain momentum, Rossum is looking forward to performing the material from her album in concert, already planning an elaborate stage set with video that can capture her singing with herself.

“I don’t do things halfway,” she says. “I’d like my live show to be its own entity, a full presentation.”

On July 31st, Rossum will release an iTunes bundle with three songs, a video and a 15-minute documentary revealing a more intimate side of her.

“I’ve never been more excited about anything,” she says about the record. “This album is about figuring out who I am. It’s the real Emmy Rossum. For the first time, I’m not speaking someone else’s lines. I feel the most open and able to express myself in a song. It’s scary because it’s all me.”

If you think you know Emmy Rossum, listening to her music makes clear there’s a lot more than meets the eye… and ear.

(http://www.emmyrossum.com/bio/)

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