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There's a film I saw when I was about 12 it was called picnic at hanging rock. The 1975 film, not the later one. The soundtrack is by Gheorge Zamfir. (Doina sus pe culmea dealului) sorry I'm not sure how to post a link properly. But if anyone wants to look it up. It's the most beautiful, haunting, magical tune I've ever heard and it stayed with me from the moment I heard it. It won't be everyone's taste I know, but maybe someone might enjoy it as much as I did. 

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This morning this beautiful song by Neil Diamond came into my mind as I was sort of drifting through the park: "Be".

I was thinking how I can really only be in these times until perhaps the change we need will finally happen...

This song is from the 1973 album "Jonathan Livingston Seagull", which Neil wrote as a soundtrack for the movie of the same name, which is based on the book by Richard Bach. The entire album helps to transport one into a peaceful state of mind. Try this song for starters:


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This is one of two songs that destroyed Morrissey in the eyes of the music press of the day.


Despite the fact that this is an excellent song he was hated and reviled, despite the fact that he was still a genius and 30 years ahead of his time

Based Morrissey.


It actually felt dangerous to listen to this back in the day.....







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