'Kur Të Kujtosh' by Elina Duni Quartet, released on her 2012 album "Matanë Malit".
'Kur Të Kujtosh', an Albanian Folk Song. Title translation: 'When You Remember'.
"And when you remember the old house
the friends we've lost
and those who are gone.
The green forests and our childhood streets.
You will remember me too
like a stranger.
Like a statue whose arm you broke
in a wild embrace."
Duni, an Albanian Jazz composer and singer, grew up in Switzerland.
'Orinoco Flow', by Enya. Released in 1988 on her 2nd album, 'Watermark'. Enya Patricia Brennan (Eithne Pádraigín Ní Bhraonáin) is an Irish singer / songwriter, and is Ireland's second biggest selling artist, behind U2.
Speaking of back in the day. I had this friend who was a cover girl/model, who reckons that when she was in the old dart she met Noddy Holder. I said how much I had liked Slade when I was a boy, and she asked if I had heard their Xmas song? What is that you say, said I, so she played it for me. Aaagggghh!!!! That is not Slade, this, is Slade.
Pavane Pour Une Infante Défunte, was released in 1976 by The L.A. 4 on their third album of the same name. L.A.4 was a jazz band consisting of guitarist Laurindo Almeida, saxophonist and flutist Bud Shank, bassist Ray Brown, and drummer Shelly Manne. Their ten albums were released on Audiophile record labels East Wind and Concord Jazz, and were primarily, if not exclusively, recorded Direct to Disc.
Pavane Pour Une Infante Défunte translates to 'A slow processional walk for a dead princess'. The song was actually written as a solo piano piece in 1899 by Maurice Ravel.
Jazz at The Pawnshop - Arne Domnerus, Bengt Hallberg, Lars Erstrand, Georg Riedel and Egil Johansen.
"On December 6 and 7, 1976, in a small jazz club called Stampen (The Pawn Shop) in Stockholm's Old Town, Swedish sound engineer Gert Palmcrantz recorded a group of leading Scandinavian jazzmen live, trying to get "the tight, harmonious sound of the records of my childhood." Conditions were less than ideal. A full house, a great deal of background noise. No rehearsals. No sound checks. The musicians just started playing with no one knowing what would be next on the agenda until reedman Arne Domnerus called it.
The result has often been hailed as the best live jazz recording ever... " Arne Domnerus: Jazz at the Pawnshop - 30th Anniversary Edition album review @ All About Jazz
"I've Never Been in Love Before", recorded live on July 28-29, 1961 at the London House Jazz Club in Chicago ( London House (Chicago) - Wikipedia ), by 'The Trio', AKA The Oscar Peterson Trio, featuring Peterson, Ray Brown and Ed Thigpen.