Thread: LOTR music
She also does Narnia stuff (that's actually her main thing), Christian Contemporary stuff like Tenth Avenue North, and she did a couple (I think) from Twilight.
Her channel name is "theheartrender." You've got to check her out.
I wish I knew how to make the video show up here. But alas, I don't.
I'm not sure it's what you meant, but it is actually a real good song.
I was very much confused. I just totally disregarded what had happened, and a few weeks later I ended up at the library. And sure enough, I saw a book entitled "[u:369bn4fo]The Hobbit[/u:369bn4fo]". I had a little bit of a Flashback and remembered Spock singin' his little Spock song, and I just though "Why not?", picked out the book, bought it, went home. And sure enough, I have read the whole series numerous amount of times, and here I am now, randomly posting on Lord of The Rings inspired Forums.
I am quite sad to admit that such a goofy thing got me into Lord of The Rings, but thanks for the video [b:369bn4fo]GB[/b:369bn4fo], brings back memories of that .
P.S. True Story .
P.P.S. Speaking of LOTR parodies, If you haven't seen this, I found it quite funny, and at the end I love "Yea, one of us could have died!" Rated E 10+
By the way Show, that link to the LotR rap was hilarious . Nice one!
Here's his website:
Sorry Bargolwash! lol
I also have Bo Hannson's Music nspired by LotR. He's a Swedish Prog-Rocker from the 70s. If you like early 70s progressive rock, check it out. I have it on vinyl. I haven't googled yet to see if he's still around.
once does not simply ROCK into mordor!!!!!
Is anyone a fan of Bob Dylan?
And i do like some of Bob Dylan's old Folk Music, not so fond of his later stuff.
She did - it was the final track (May It Be) on FOTR according to [url=http://www.amazon.com/Lord-Rings-Fellowship-Ring/dp/B00005QZWI:qrh2cmfl]Amazon[/url:qrh2cmfl].
I can't remember the names of the bands for certain, but I think some of them included Molly Hatchet, Uriah Heep, and possibly Black Sabbath. I'd have to double check my friends vinyl collection though, the next time I see him.
I have listened to more Enya besides this and it's not nearly as relaxing and enjoyable as "May It Be". I agree with Eldorion, mostly .
I can definitely see the Black Riders connection. Also have you ever heard of Cirith Ungol or Amon Amarth? I have a few songs by the former and they're not bad in my opinion. This also reminded me of Burzum. Links about them to follow (since I already used my allotment for this post).
EDIT: Can't say I've heard of him, B'arelyn.
I'm not certain about the Sabbath Song, The Wizard. It could be Gandalf, but without reading the lyrics I can't be sure. It could be about Aleister Crowley, a favoured topic of Ozzy and Sabbath.
And sorry B'arelyn, I haven't heard of that last artist you mentioned either .
I hadn't actually thought of The Wizard being about Aleister Crowley, but that's a very good point. I shall have to Google this.
I may have run across mention of him in the odd British music magazine, but living in the states means I usually miss some of the less famous British musicians .
BTW I really enjoy listening to Kate Rusby (I know I mentioned it before!) you should check her out on the internet, some people have put some recordings of her live shows on youtube, strongly reccomend her (and her band's) music! What are your musical preferences GB?
I would actually love to see a sword and sorcery soundtrack with a mix of Metal, Electronica, Symphonic, and Folk music. One B-grade flick that took this approach was Dungeon Siege: In the Name of the King (based on a video game Natch ). Some of it was alright, actually some decent effects and battles despite being lower budget. But the Metal was great for Battle Scenes; the soundtrack really helped the movie a lot.
I found Pendulum's wikipedia page. I might like some of their stuff. I'll have to see if they have anything on Myspace or Youtube to see for sure.
Simon and Garfunkel, I can particularly see as writing songs suitable for Middle Earth (love their rendition of Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme).
I think that's it; I can't recall any other radio performances with Ian Holm in them.
Now how to get it so you can all have a listen? Tech head needed.
Liking the new avatar.
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Thanks. For those who don't recognize it: it's Serious Cat photoshopped onto the body of the Emperor of Mankind from Warhammer 40,000.