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Postby dylan kerr on Sun Jun 17, 2012 6:42 am

When I am alone in my amazing 17th century house with walls that are 3 feet thick I turn the Lights out the music up and listen to my top5 David Sylvian songs
1 is Maria
What do you think the others are? And what would your top 5 songs that you could play?
I find when I play these songs my end of the day is good and I sleep with a great feeling
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Re: loud and dark

Postby digimarsh on Sun Jun 17, 2012 8:59 am

Brilliant Trees ,maybe , Darkest dreaming (you said you sleep well) , damage ( i am thinkin late night chillin here), forbidden colours ,cause if it is not in your top 5 it should be,, lol :)
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Re: loud and dark

Postby digimarsh on Sun Jun 17, 2012 9:02 am

In this situation my top 5;
1. Damage
2.Forbidden colours
3.Brilliant Trees
4.Wave
5.Darkest Dreaming.
This is play order by the way,
We are just talking 'Sylvian' here not Japan too
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Re: loud and dark

Postby dylan kerr on Sun Jun 17, 2012 10:24 pm

digimarsh wrote:Brilliant Trees ,maybe , Darkest dreaming (you said you sleep well) , damage ( i am thinkin late night chillin here), forbidden colours ,cause if it is not in your top 5 it should be,, lol :)
nice choices
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Re: loud and dark

Postby dylan kerr on Sun Jun 17, 2012 10:25 pm

digimarsh wrote:In this situation my top 5;
1. Damage
2.Forbidden colours
3.Brilliant Trees
4.Wave
5.Darkest Dreaming.
This is play order by the way,
We are just talking 'Sylvian' here not Japan too

good choices
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Re: loud and dark

Postby dylan kerr on Sun Jun 17, 2012 10:29 pm

1. Thalhiem
2. Maria
3. I surrender
4. The first day
5. Fire in the forest

i change so often too cos they are all classics but amazing and thanks for all your choices
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Re: loud and dark

Postby digimarsh on Tue Jun 19, 2012 8:18 am

dylan kerr wrote:
digimarsh wrote:In this situation my top 5;
1. Damage
2.Forbidden colours
3.Brilliant Trees
4.Wave
5.Darkest Dreaming.
This is play order by the way,
We are just talking 'Sylvian' here not Japan too

good choices


thanks. i created a playlist of the above and chilled to it last night in a similar way to yourself , it was a nice experience,
i can imagine you chilling with your 3ft walls and a bit of sylvian, sounds cool
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Re: loud and dark

Postby Mainzy on Tue Jun 19, 2012 11:07 am

Sorry didnt see the seperate topic for David

1. Darkest dreaming
2. Linoleum
3. Nostalgia
4. Blemish
5. Waterfront

however some other great choices from you guys that could easily have made it in to my top 5

The first day and Thalhiem for definate and also Fire in the forest
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Re: loud and dark

Postby dylan kerr on Wed Jun 20, 2012 3:00 am

Mainzy wrote:Sorry didnt see the seperate topic for David

1. Darkest dreaming
2. Linoleum
3. Nostalgia
4. Blemish
5. Waterfront

however some other great choices from you guys that could easily have made it in to my top 5

The first day and Thalhiem for definate and also Fire in the forest


again good choices
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Re: loud and dark

Postby Mainzy on Wed Jun 20, 2012 6:37 am

Darkest dreaming will always mean a lot to me, I took a tape player on Holiday to Nerja (Spain), one evening we decided to have some food on the beach with the kids instead of going out. Took the tape player and my new tape of Dead Bee`s (you can guess how long ago this was by the word "tape")

So there we are, sat on a big blanket, my wife in my arms the kids asleep at our feet, watching day slowly turn to night, with "darkest dreaming" playing.

I have always had a small amount of spirituality in my life but I can honestly say that for that 5 short minutes was the happiest I had been since my children’s birth, and I believed that the beauty of that moment could only be a gift from above.

Hence why I can be driving my car now on a winters day in Birmingham and be back in Nerja as soon as that song comes on (now on Ipod)
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Re: loud and dark

Postby dylan kerr on Thu Jun 21, 2012 2:36 am

Mainzy wrote:Darkest dreaming will always mean a lot to me, I took a tape player on Holiday to Nerja (Spain), one evening we decided to have some food on the beach with the kids instead of going out. Took the tape player and my new tape of Dead Bee`s (you can guess how long ago this was by the word "tape")

So there we are, sat on a big blanket, my wife in my arms the kids asleep at our feet, watching day slowly turn to night, with "darkest dreaming" playing.

I have always had a small amount of spirituality in my life but I can honestly say that for that 5 short minutes was the happiest I had been since my children’s birth, and I believed that the beauty of that moment could only be a gift from above.

Hence why I can be driving my car now on a winters day in Birmingham and be back in Nerja as soon as that song comes on (now on Ipod)


sounds amazing
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Re: loud and dark

Postby shesgotmedals on Fri Jun 22, 2012 6:13 am

Having worked in Birmingham and holidayed in Nerja I know where I would like to be dreaming of whilst listening to David Sylvian.... :lol:
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Re: loud and dark

Postby inkinthewell on Fri Jun 22, 2012 4:52 pm

shesgotmedals wrote:Having worked in Birmingham and holidayed in Nerja I know where I would like to be dreaming of whilst listening to David Sylvian.... :lol:


Damn! Is Birmingham soooo good? :-D
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Re: loud and dark

Postby inkinthewell on Fri Jun 22, 2012 5:02 pm

1. Laughter & Forgetting/Before The Bullfight
2. When The Poets Dreamed Of Angels
3. Darkest Dreaming
4. Trauma
5. Wave
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Re: loud and dark

Postby digimarsh on Sat Jun 23, 2012 9:40 am

Mutability ( a new begining.....) is nice to listen to in dark room late at night,
This topic takes me way back to when i was a mere boy listening to Japan,, i used to have a cassette deck that had LED lights that got fuller as the music got louder (turned from green to red at some point). I used to turn off the lights in my room and those lights would flicker illuminating all around. Ghosts was great all dark then,, dom dom "just when i think i was winning..." .The room would light up and go dark again. Nightporter was so atmospheric too. Nightboat by Duran Duran was good too.
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