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xouba
(Corunna, Spain)
Posted: Feb 24, 2018 0:29
 

This is a wonderful segue from The Be Good Tanyas. Great job!
Proclivities
(Paris of the Piedmont)
Posted: Mar 30, 2017 11:25
 

 Ashloh wrote:
Oh please give us a break!
I must have heard this a million times now.
There just has to be other music out there, surely you don't really need to play the same stuff over and over? 

 
Just 2 plays in the last 30 days and this one really swings.
dancin'
a_genuine_find
(not me, Radio P) (3rd stone, sol, orion belt, milkyway..?)
Posted: Mar 08, 2017 13:08
 

This performance live in Amsterdam was an amazing experience I am most grateful for.

PermittedAloud
(Canada)
Posted: Feb 05, 2017 19:48
 

Nice enough song, albeit similar to his Divenire stuff. Bit of an "if the bike ain't broke" sort of guy?
Rockstable
(Ireland)
Posted: Nov 27, 2016 17:08
 

Beautiful music, it's 1.05am here and it suits a cold November night. Bless you all at RP Thank you for playing such a great mix of music.
willmcnaught
(Eugene Oregon)
Posted: Oct 05, 2016 13:24
 

 Ashloh wrote:
Oh please give us a break!
I must have heard this a million times now.
There just has to be other music out there, surely you don't really need to play the same stuff over and over? 

 
Or just step up and use PSD since THE MAJORITY  of reviews like it. Spare us your {#Stop}drivel!
Redpoint
Posted: Sep 24, 2016 13:11
 

 Ashloh wrote:
Oh please give us a break!
I must have heard this a million times now.
There just has to be other music out there, surely you don't really need to play the same stuff over and over? 

 
Just listed to Black Rebel Motorcycle Club and thought the same. 
nicknt
(Milan Italy)
Posted: Sep 24, 2016 13:08
 

I couldn't agree more. 

Ashloh wrote:
Oh please give us a break!
I must have heard this a million times now.
There just has to be other music out there, surely you don't really need to play the same stuff over and over? 

 


Ashloh
Posted: Aug 24, 2016 1:34
 

Oh please give us a break!
I must have heard this a million times now.
There just has to be other music out there, surely you don't really need to play the same stuff over and over? 
Ahnyer_Keester
(Lancaster, CA)
Posted: Jul 23, 2016 12:29
 

Not bad but it does go on a bit, doesn't it?
agatem
Posted: Apr 20, 2016 13:31
 

i like this instrumental song , i like all the time
ElKay
(Greater NYC area)
Posted: Apr 07, 2016 16:08
 

Everytime I hear this instrumental song "Life" by Ludovic Einaudi I have to stop what I'm doing and just listen. It has the best aspects of a wonderful film score, where you can almost picture the emotions....
tonispizzeria
(Limeshain in de Wetterau)
Posted: Feb 17, 2016 2:03
 

gruß an Nana , sag Ihr ich hab sie sooo tooole lieb
Kaw
(Just above sea level)
Posted: Feb 04, 2016 7:52
 

 ecomaniac wrote:
This is getting as worn as Pachelbel's canon, I'm afraid.  As rich as the classical repertoire is, can't you find something new?

 
I uploaded some of the best works from Bach but it got rejected. Odd to see 2Cellos, some cheesy classical covers of popular rock songs and Einaudi make it to the list. Or is the definition of eclectic corroding?
GTT
Posted: Feb 04, 2016 7:49
 

I'm always glad when I switch on RP, and something by Einaudi is playing.
dew34
(Wisconsin-quite woodsy)
Posted: Jan 25, 2016 14:13
 

 bheath wrote:
Wonderlizard,
Wonderful story and wonderful of you to share that. 
This site has the great ability to propagate kindness through the discovery and love of music.
Lets hope that some commentators here will follow your lead, be more vulnerable and perhaps even a little less critical.
Best wishes from the Frozen North{#Biggrin} 

 
There are tears in my eyes from that beautiful story and how fine to meld over this fine classic song, I am humbled.
bheath
Posted: Jan 16, 2016 13:39
 

Wonderlizard,
Wonderful story and wonderful of you to share that. 
This site has the great ability to propagate kindness through the discovery and love of music.
Lets hope that some commentators here will follow your lead, be more vulnerable and perhaps even a little less critical.
Best wishes from the Frozen North{#Biggrin} 
AhhtheMusic
(Colorado)
Posted: Jan 14, 2016 12:51
 

 WonderLizard wrote:
My best friend of 50+ years passed away last year. In his dotage he fell head over heels in love with a lovely, indeed stunning, young Italian girl. He and I habitually had spirited ourselves away from our women and our lives periodically to chill, talk, and too much toward the end reminisce. During our last trip, this after his cancer had been diagnosed, I decided one night that music was in order and played Einaudi's Devenire from my iPod. He looked up, "How did you know that's what I wanted?" Lucky guess. Turned out Einaudi was one of the mutual loves they bonded over. I can't hear Einaudi now without seeing him, forever jumbled in a tangle of emotions. Until the very end he never quite learned that you're never too old for love.

 

What a nice story.  I'm sorry your friend is gone.  So glad you got to share such beautiful music together near the end. 
WonderLizard
(2,755.46 mi. due east of Paradise)
Posted: Jan 03, 2016 20:23
 

My best friend of 50+ years passed away last year. In his dotage he fell head over heels in love with a lovely, indeed stunning, young Italian girl. He and I habitually had spirited ourselves away from our women and our lives periodically to chill, talk, and too much toward the end reminisce. During our last trip, this after his cancer had been diagnosed, I decided one night that music was in order and played Einaudi's Devenire from my iPod. He looked up, "How did you know that's what I wanted?" Lucky guess. Turned out Einaudi was one of the mutual loves they bonded over. I can't hear Einaudi now without seeing him, forever jumbled in a tangle of emotions. Until the very end he never quite learned that you're never too old for love.
Richman
(Nottingham, UK)
Posted: Dec 14, 2015 3:39
 

 {#Dancingbanana_2}Proclivities wrote:
Rock it, Ludo!
twistie