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source site Author: Tyron
Posted: Jul 18 2004 - 02:59 AM
go site Subject: Re: Foreign-sounding tune?
Found it!

Heard the tune being played in a Cinema lobby, and 'Shazam'ed it (used a UK service that 'listens' to the tune over your mobile phone, then sends an SMS to you with the name/composer).

Name: Obsession
Artist: Aventura

Thanks folks,
Author: Tyron
Posted: Apr 28 2004 - 01:26 AM
Subject: Foreign-sounding tune?
Hi Guys,

Here's a little tune that I heard on my Bulgaria skiing holidays. Thought I'd never hear it again (assumed it was a local tune), then to my amazement, heard it in a UK restaurant along with normal commercial music last weekend!

The score below contains the part of the chorus that I can remember. I do not know the words because it is a foreign song - sounded a little bit Spanish although I could be very wrong with this!

The beat is 4/4 time and is quite simple; consists of minimal instruments. The words sound like they are being sung by quite a high male voice. That's about the best description I can give I'm afraid!


 
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Please help me!!!!

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