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What are you listening to Right now?

Discussion in 'Music' started by Drizzt Do'Urden, Dec 21, 2004.

  1. Revelator

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    woke up today with this song in my head...
     
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    Amazing version !! :eek: I love it !! --- This song was in the Ghost movie :), btw a wonderful movie about those who can, sometimes, listen to the good Spirits and help them
    Because your subconscious is thinking about Jerome, the ghost town...oops, the mining town :D
     
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    From now on, you should write Aritz Ona :cool: ( the true etymology of Arizona ) as name of your state, in all those documents that you sign :D...and when someone said you « there is a mistake» , you talk him/her about the Basque ranch of Bernardo de Urrea :cool:
    There is also another way for knowing if you own Basque ancestry... Do you know your blood type ?? and your factor rh ?? Imagine you now, that we discover that you are Hyper-Basque :rofl !! :rofl
     
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    I've added at my playlist this version of the Unrighteous Brothers :) Although after listening this song over and over again, my mind evoked the last scene of the Ghost movie, when Sam Wheat ( Patrick Swayze ) must leave towards the Eternity...Well, it was then when I remembered « a Basque voice » and my watery look filled up deep gratitude :) --- This song is too touching !! :confused:
     
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    (( ► )) Atlante ft. Daniele Celona - Venere


    I woke up a bit Italian :cool:
     
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    you're right :). I should write it like that :).

    Who knows, yeah, perhaps I've got a Basque in me :). I'm zero positive.
     
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    Like this song :)
     
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    This song has a catchy chorus, I've translated the last chorus ( more long ) so, you will be able to hum it in Italian but with its meaning in English:D
    Sarà luce in un secondo/ It will be daylight in a second
    Da un Capo all'altro dell'eternita/ From one end of eternity to the other
    Fino ai margini del cosmo / To the edge of the cosmos
    In fondo agli angoli dell'anima/ At the bottom of the corners of the soul
    ^ Non piove più su Venere / It no longer rains on Venus
    E brucia anche la cenere / And even the ash burns
    ^ Devi correre più del suono / You must run faster than sound

    Per rimangiarti le parole / To take back your words ( in sense, to keep your word )

    ^ In atmosfere aride / In arid atmospheres
    Può bruciare anche la cenere / It can also burn the ash
     
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    It sounds like a joke :rofl but I laugh because I found some coincidences although I have to check others sources :rofl
     
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    I must bring you up to date regarding mine « findings », what it began as joke, now it's already a fact !! :)
    Before clearing up your doubts, I'm going to quote some sources that I've consulted...
    * Several books such as:

    ^ Amerikanuak - Basques In The New World
    ^ The Basque History Of The World
    ^ Basque Diaspora: Migration and Transnational Identity
    ^ Los abuelos Vascos en el rio de la Plata

    * I did need observable data for becoming convinced of all what I was reading in the previous books , so I read several hematologic/anthrophologic studies about this issue as :
    ^ Sequence diversity of the Rh blood group system in Basques
    ^ Blood group frequencies in French Basques
    ^ Mountains and genes: population History of the Pyrenees
    ^ Blood group variation of the Basque Population from Alava
    ^ Les Basques : Données génétiques actuelles et application dans le domaine de l'hématologie
    ^ Rh Ezezkorra Euskaldunetan
    ^ Distribución de los grupos sanguíneos y del factor rhesus en los Vascos
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    Broadly speaking, Basques have the highest concentration of type O in the world — more than 50 percent of the population — with an even higher percentage in remote areas where the language is best preserved . Most of the rest are type A . Type B is extremely rare among Basques . It speculated that Irish, Scots, Corsicans, and Cretans also have an unusually high incidence of type O, and that these peoples were somehow related to Basques

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    One of the most striking genetic singularity of Basques is related to the Rhesus (Rh) system since they show one of the highest frequencies of the RhD negative allele in human populations, either O- or A-, a variant related to the hemolytic disease of the newborn . Thirty percent of Basques have Rh negative blood, as example, a high frequency of Rh-negative Basques was found in a pivotal study of Basque emigrants in Argentina at the end of World War II . Demographic and adaptive processes have been suggested as possible causes of the high frequency of RhD negative in Basques ---- However, the blood type O + is still the highest among Basque population .

    Having said that, I laughed my head off when i discovered your « possible basque ancestry », for that reason, you have to read Amerikanuak - William A.Douglass, Jon Bilbao .
    You must make up your lost rooths !!
    :D :buttrock
    (( ► )) LIHER - Sismografoa eta Lurrikara

     
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