Saturday, January 16, 2010




1.EDEN AND AFTER (1970, Alain Robbe-Grillet)
Thanks to Raúl for telling us about it.

2.TRANS-EUROP-EXPRESS (1966, Alain Robbe-Grillet)

3.VIDEO MEMORANDUM NO.5: JONAH WILL BE 35 IN THE YEAR 2010 (2009, Wiwat Lertwiwatwongsa)


1.BABY CAN'T STOP (Aeroplane remix) – Lindstrøm & Christabelle

2.CHECK IT – Skream featuring Warrior Queen



1.AKAI SWEETPEA – Seiko Matsuda
Thanks to Nat for telling us about it.

2.BAD ROMANCE – Lady Gaga

3.BALTIC PINE – Boy 8-Bit

4.DES PAS SUR LA NEIGE – Michelangeli
Thanks to Raúl for telling us about it.

Thanks to Marcus Sternberg for telling us about it.

6.CONCEIVED – Beth Orton

7.DON'T GIVE UP – Peter Gabriel & Kate Bush
Thanks to Noinong Chaiwat for telling us about it.

8.GAO PAI MAI MA – Soontaraporn

9.GLORIOUS – Natalie Imbruglia
Thanks to Noinong Chaiwat for telling us about it.

10.HEROES – Yarinda

11.JEFFER – Boys Noize

12.KICKDRUM – Felix Da Housecat

13.LIFT ME – Treasure Fingers

14.MY GIRLS – Animal Collective

15.NIGHT TERROR – Laura Marling
Thanks to Wiwat Lertwiwatwongsa for telling us about it.

16.PENCIL FULL OF LEAD – Paolo Nutini
Thanks to Noinong Chaiwat for telling us about it.

17.POLITE DANCE SONG – The Bird and the Bee

18.RAIN – Buashompoo Ford
Thanks to Noinong Chaiwat for telling us about it.

19.THE REELING – Passion Pit

20.RUK DUAY CHEEWIT – Kai Punnipa Jirasak

21.SAO LEVI'S – Pamela Bowden
Thanks to Graiwoot for telling us about it.

22.SORRENTO MOON – Tina Arena
Thanks to Noinong Chaiwat for telling us about it.

23.VIVID YOUTH – The Pastels/Tenniscoats
Thanks to Noinong Chaiwat for telling us about it.

24.THE WHAT IF'S – Jaguar Wright

25.WHEN LOVE TAKES OVER – David Guetta featuring Kelly Rowland
Thanks to Graiwoot for telling us about it.


1.I WANT IT THAT WAY – Adam and Aaron Wilson
Thanks to Sompot for telling us about it.

2.Pee-Kong Episode 25: I will be your eyes (a clip from a Thai Gay TV series)
Thanks to Black Forests for telling us about it.

3.A clip from SALOME (1972, Carmelo Bene)

4.Sand drawing by Kseniya Simonova
Thanks to Nina for telling us about it.

5.The T-Mobile Dance at Liverpool Street Station
Thanks to Sanchai for telling us about it.

6.Trailer of THE MALADY OF DEATH (2003, Asa Mader)







pc said...

Michelangeli is a real maestro. Some said his icy precision kills the Debussy spirit as he's always the consummate perfectionist, but to me his interpretation is where Debussy's piano music reaches it's peak.

When it comes down to technical perfection, very few could surpass him except Gieseking's Preludes and Uchida's Etudes. Each of which are rare exceptions that I do believe they will strike a memorable chord in the hearts of listeners.

Have you seen this? This tune is alright but I fall madly in lust with the lady in dark blue evening gown.

Cruel Intentions (Simian Mobile Disco)

Sharon Maughan is her name. Alahhh .... British ladies always look better as they grow older. I would love to stalk her if I were in England.

pc said...

Oh ... thank for EDEN AND AFTER and TRANS-EUROP-EXPRESS by the way.

Check out this trip if you have time. It's gonna blow your mind I'm tellin you.

Die grune Reise ( the Green Journey ) - A.R.& Machines

celinejulie said...

Thank you very much for the Youtube links. I enjoy THE GREEN JOURNEY very much. I really love this kind of music.

pc said...

Wow ... to my surprise, you like it!

I emailed this to a friend of mine and the guy replied me with some nasty message ... har har.

If you like Krautrock with a heavy load of vintage synths, you'd better check out this mind bending channel I've just found on YouTube. This is a real hidden treasure, that's all I can tell you.

suburbanbatherson's Channel

Instead of having a collection of the track from well established names like CAN, Amon Duul, Ash Ra Tempel, etc, this channel offers plenty of killing tunes from unknown Krautrock bands to be explored. All the clips are music videos edited by the uploader, with the scene taken from some experimental BBC program, trashy sci-fi cult classic or some public information film.

I guess this guy go to bed with a nightmare every night, that's why he could match all these scenes with the sound in his collection, and turn them into the trips that will send a chill down your spine.

Oh ... few day ago I came across this brilliant street artist. This song is not my favorite but I just hope you would enjoy watching people blow their brain off as much as I do.

The Space Lady , 'Domin Libra Nos', Dir. Oliver Pietsch

Take care and don't let the bastard grind you down.

celinejulie said...

Thank you very much for the Suburban Batherson's channel. It's a real treasure!!!! I love both the music and the images in his channel.

pc said...

Hey, glad to see "Horowitz plays Schubert Moment Musical No.3 in Minor" in your favorite clips. His melody is simple, yet haunting. The first tune that got me hooked on Schubert is Impromptu Op.90 No.1 in C minor and ever since then I've come to love his piano music. Check this out please!

Schubert - Impromptu Op.90 No.1 in C minor

I always love Brendel's interpretation. Some might say his performance is a bit cold and detached, but I personally believe that to be too emotionally involved while performing those lovely works could definitely ruin all the beauty of them.

A. Brendel - Schubert, Klavierstücke D. 946 No. 2 in E Flat

Listen to the melody after 4.49. It always turn any bleak moment into soft pale morning light whenever I listen to it, or even having it ringing in my head.

celinejulie said...

Thank you very much for your links, PC.

I got to know Horowitz/Schubert song from the link below:

pc said...

Just checked out MISTERIO ABIERTO blog, very interesting indeed. I could learn a lot about the finest records of some masterpieces from my favorite composers by reading his blog. I did check all the samples available at Amazon website and as far as I can tell, they all sound great.

I just want to let you know about my favorite channel on YouTube. I used to post about birubirFilms's Channel on Bioscope webboard long time ago, but I've just found that he organized all the Russian films in his collection into neat and clean playlists. Now it's way a lot easier to browse through the whole collection and check out some super rare Russian films, TV series and animation. Just do yourself a favor my dear.

birubirFilms's Channel

There're some film I've already seen but didn't expect to find on YouTube like Color of Pomegranates (1968, Sergei Parajanov) and Rasputin (1981, Elem Klimov) ... in his collection this film is under the title "Agony".

There're also some other interesting stuffs I haven't heard about them before like ...

Queen of the Gypsies (1975, Emil Loteanu) ... very colorful musical.

The Planet of Storms (1962, Pavel Klushantsev) ... this is mind boggling low-tech si-fi from Russian previously unavailable in the U.S. (at least at the time I was there).

The Island (2006, Pavel Lungin) ... love the hypnotic cinematography of this film.

I used to see the whole TV series call "The Master and Margarita" (2005, Vladimir Bortko) in his channel, but now it's gone. I'm not sure whether or not he removed all these clips because Hollywood plan to remake it this year, it's sad but still better than having his membership eliminated. There're still plenty of beautiful Russian TV series for you to check out. They all seem to be made with high production value as much as those films in theater.

Oh, by the way ... I wrote about the album "Die grune Reise" (with the link to download too) in Bioscope webboard. Check it out if out have time.

pc said...

Oh, jsut found out a couple minutes that The Master and Margarita (2005, Vladimir Bortko) is still available on another playlist too, 500 minutes for you to enjoy.

The Master and Margarita (2005, Vladimir Bortko)

celinejulie said...

Thank you very much, PC, for the birubirFilms's Channel. It's a real treasure. There are many films I haven't heard before. There are also many films I wish I have time to watch, such as:

1.THE AMPHIBIAN MAN (1961, G. Kazansky & V. Chebotarev)

2.THE DAWNS ARE QUIET (1972, Stanislav Rostotsky) nominated for Oscar's Best Foreign Language Film

3.THE DEAD MOUNTAINEER HOTEL (1979, Grigori Kromanov) from a novel of the Strugatsky Brothers

4.HEART OF A DOG (1988, Vladimir Bortko) from a story by Mikhail Bulgakov

5.IVAN VASILIEVICH CHANGES OCCUPATION (1973, Leonid Gaidai) from a play by Mikhail Bulgakov

6.LETTERS FROM A DEAD MAN (1986, Konstantin Lopushansky)

7.MOSCOW DOES NOT BELIEVE IN TEARS (1980, Vladimir Menshov) the winner of Oscar's Best Foreign Language Film

8.OBLOMOV (1980, Nikita Mikhalkov)

9.RUSLAN AND LUDMILA (1972, Aleksandr Ptushko)

10.A SLAVE OF LOVE (1976, Nikita Mikhalkov)

11.TO THE STARS BY HARD WAYS (1981, Richard Viktorov)

12.AN UNFINISHED PIECE FOR A PIANO PLAYER (1977, Nikita Mikhalkov) from a play by Anton Chekhov

I also found out that AELITA, QUEEN OF MARS (1924, Jakov Protazanov) is available in Youtube: