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Isabella
21-11-03, 01:14
Hi.

I have this new cd called Spirits of the Rainforest. It was playing in the car and I put in on while taking a bath. The music is wonderful, but I wonder if it's possible to listen to something too much. I swear I heard a howler monkey while I was feeding Maggie.

Anyone else have the ability to be pulled into music or books this way or is my imagination just too vivid?

Maggie is a cat.

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Gavman
21-11-03, 01:19
Yes bella, I'm always inspired by music, helps me work easier too http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/smile.gif

John Falstaff
21-11-03, 01:22
Hi Isabella,

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Thank you for telling us Margret was a cat. I hate monkeys. Question: have you been to a rainforest? Then you would know the wonderful modern music of a chain saw, the instrument is also an old one, it's been around for many years. It's also called vested interests!

;)

Genocide
21-11-03, 01:27
music also inspires me, at the moment im writing a sequel to a screenplay i wrote about two years ago, and the music i have on at the time decides what type of scene my characters are placed in
EG. edge hill-by groove armada is a nice soothing piece of music, so tmy characters would be just relaxing, and joking, despite the fact that their species is on the brink of extinction
Slipknot on the other, hand place my characters in a gory bloodbath, or massive war, in which i even describe the way the blood and sweat mix to together in the heat of an alien world!

Music can be a very powerfull and beautiful thing, but to some people like ourselves it can be the gateway to our imaginations

Isabella
21-11-03, 01:31
Originally posted by John Falstaff:
Hi Isabella,

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Thank you for telling us Margret was a cat. I hate monkeys. Question: have you been to a rainforest? Then you would know the wonderful modern music of a chain saw, the instrument is also an old one, it's been around for many years. It's also called vested interests!

;) I guessed that you would be the first to ask who Maggie was so I thought it wise to disclose that info. ahead of time. ;)

No, I have not yet been to any rainforest. But I've noticed that most albums based on rainforest music contain the words spirits or echoes or ghosts. A sad omen to the tune of the chainsaw.

Good evening Sir John,Gav, and Genocide http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/wave.gif

[ 21. November 2003, 02:34: Message edited by: Isabella ]

Lady Ann
21-11-03, 01:35
Hey good topic.

This is a part of a song track entitled Pandora's Box from the TR2 movie. Its a very moving instrumental piece by Alan Silvestri.

http://www.tombraidermovies.net/box.mp3

Annacia
21-11-03, 01:41
I like music but books are what pull me in. I am right there in all the action. :D

Isabella
21-11-03, 01:42
Hi Ann http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/wave.gif

Thanks for posting that link!

gonga
21-11-03, 09:58
So you think the music is making you imagine sounds? Interesting http://www.computerpannen.com/cwm/contrib/corky/corkysm18.gif

My perception of the world is musical. Everything I hear and do has a rhythm. The rhythms are sometimes very complex. And invented melodies and polyphonies come and go in my psyche during the day, usually without my making conscious note of them.

I'm not psycho! http://www.computerpannen.com/cwm/contrib/ruinkai/dazeda.gif...just a little strange... :rolleyes:

Annacia
21-11-03, 15:46
Your not even strange. We all perceive the world in our own way. May the music of life play on for you Gonga.