Discussion in 'Reincarnation, Religion and Spirituality' started by SkyeSpitfire, Dec 30, 2013.
Peggy March - "I will follow him"
Moonlight Serenade by Glenn Miller
Blood on the Risers - the American Paratrooper song from WWII
Take Five by Dave Brubeck
Saturday Night at the Movies by The Drifters
American Patrol by Glenn Miller
Sentimental Journey by Doris Day
Fly Me to the Moon by Bobby Darin
A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square by Bobby Darin
So, quite a lot of the old big band or swing numbers. There are a few 'modern' numbers, Lionel Richie's Still and Don McLean's Vincent, but more so it's the songs of the Forties and Fifties that resonate best with me. Along with a few of the older country songs, Marty Robbins mostly, Greek Pop (although I don't understand a word of them), French songs, and the odd Gregorian chant or two.
I had a strong reincarnation memory as a classical music composer in Boston 1853-1937 by the name of Arthur Foote. I listened to his music and read about his life, and I got a visceral feeling that I was that man. I didn't need to go into regression hypnosis, it just came to me as a powerful feeling. I am also a composer of modern classical music and have been writing music since 1963.
This is Very good!
@There and back again : It may surprise you to know that I'm familiar with Cam Ye O'er Frae France, in fact I have a version from Steeleye Span on my "Favorite Videos" blog. I love all kinds of Jacobite Scottish Music, and one song in particular made me stop in my tracks, I just know I've heard it before, I could actually visualize the guy who sang it to me while I was climbing a white-washed wall ... "Hey, Johnny Paul, yer climbing up the wall ..." Only the name of the song is "Johnnie Cope."
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I really enjoyed that, thanks for sharing!
To that one, I was dancing with a girl. I have no idea where I had found these old-fashioned long pointy shoes, but I was wearing them and tripping over my own feet. The musician who had to play for the girl, my Angelita, he was looking so annoyed. Her father must have been a really influential person indeed. Anyway, I remember how we were dancing to this tune. And also the bored and annoyed look of the musician. Which leaves a feeling of amusement to me and also a deep longing.
The other one. All I know here is that I was there. When I saw the state of the building in 1436 and heard the sounds of the tune at the same time, I immediately knew that I was there. Got a flash. Who I was and what I was doing there is another question, entirely. Also, these old songs NEVER seem to sound right...
I was Aide-de-camp to Joseph Plunkett during the 1916 Rising. This song always meant something to me even before I remembered reincarnation. Its about Plunkett marrying his new bride not long before he was executed after the Rising. Its a good song to be drunk to.
Big Band Era - Glen Miller Band
Doris Day with the Les Brown band. Recorded Nov. 20, 1944. - A Sentimental Journey
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