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  • Carneiro_


    12 May 2014 Responder
  • hauzzer

    Absolutely magnificent.

    22 Oct 2013 Responder
  • Dr-Jerry

    my god!!! 17 minute version is just on another level

    20 Ene 2013 Responder
  • headey

    Try this 15:03 version Boléro or the tag radio Ravel - Bolero too.

    6 Oct 2012 Responder
  • scruffian

    so glad i didn't skip. that picolo thing that sounds out of tune is so funny!

    19 Jul 2012 Responder
  • boehj

    minimal ambient.

    24 May 2012 Responder
  • yiffyskunk420

    brilliant, majestic, simple but moving

    4 Feb 2012 Responder
  • Unk3mpt

    Fantastic, this piece could go on for a full hour and I wouldn't get bored of it. [2]

    22 Ene 2011 Responder
  • Sosen

    Epic walkin' song.

    21 Nov 2010 Responder
  • jazzthieve

    Fantastic, this piece could go on for a full hour and I wouldn't get bored of it.

    11 Nov 2010 Responder
  • ioanioan

    Acest cantec mi se pare ca este esenta vietii ansasi. Valuri debucurie de fericire te cuprind ascultand,ramanand In extaz

    16 Abr 2010 Responder
  • LunaLiz

    I can envision an ice dance pair skating to this song.

    12 Abr 2010 Responder
  • latinoheat300

    This piece, as one Chandler Bing put it, is perfection.

    26 Feb 2010 Responder
  • kieleke

    ...and Bolero absolutely is fucking awesome. Makes me sway like a tree in the wind every time I hear it.

    3 Dic 2009 Responder
  • kieleke

    Tags: classical, instrumental, love, impressionism, fucking awesome :D

    3 Dic 2009 Responder
  • discordia23

    Simply because you don't like it doesn't mean that no-one else does or should or that this music doesn't have a right to exist, is what it boils down to. If you don't like it, again, it's a free country and nobody forces you to listen to it. And as Boléro is 80 years older than the remix, it's somewhat unfair to compare the two in terms of prominence, don't you think? But since you do, how about this: Carl Craig has more than a quarter of the number of listeners that Ravel has here on (almost half of the listeners of Ravel being the listeners of his by far most easily accessible and thus most popular piece, Boléro). Ravel has been known as a composer for more than seventy years after his death now, while Craig is still alive and creating and is not familiar to most people for one single piece only which they know from the TV commercials. How many more (actually appreciative) listeners than Ravel will Craig have by the time that he has been dead for seventy years? Do the math.

    17 Nov 2009 Responder
  • discordia23

    If you take some time to look at the footnotes in the Wikipedia article, you'll notice that my quotations of Ravel were not written by me or anyone else who simply made them up, but are obviously quotations of Ravel himself that can be found in the books specified, where they have been written down, if you choose to trust only ink on paper. I did not claim that the Craig/von Oswald version is better than the Boléro, but it is an interesting modern interpretation of it (that's why I said "in its own right"). To be honest, it is not like the original piece by Ravel had an awful lot of complexity to it (you don't need a musicologist to hear that) and in that respect I think it is easily equalled. As a matter of fact, the remix does have a "neurological effect" on at least this listener that is far stronger than that of Ravel's Boléro - you should see me when I'm listening to it :)

    13 Nov 2009 Responder
  • Gendalfas

    Anyways, thank you for broadening my view thou - i guess the best conclusion to the discussion is simply realising one thing. How many people in the world have heard Bolero of Maurice Ravel, and how many people have even heard OF Carl Craig's techno-interpretation. I guess that clearly ilustrated my point. Best of luck!

    17 Oct 2009 Responder
  • Gendalfas

    well i listened to this electronical version made by Carl Craig. I was not impressed. I no way is it better than the original piece (which sadly is very common the case). I am sorry, i do not accept wikipedia entries as a source of facts. It is written by folk like you and me, and edited by people who might now even less than we do. Thou it is a separate discussion. My perspective is formed by reading actual dialogs and interviews with Maurice written down, and reading his own words, not the words of some pseudo-self-acclaimed-critic online. Of course it is also a separate discussion what would have happened 'if'. But Ravel did not have electronic instruments and digital equipment, and he made this masterpiece. My perspective is that there it should stay. No 'techno' interpretation is ever going to be better, or even equal the neurological effect on us, compared to the original piece.

    17 Oct 2009 Responder
  • Lindajing

    Sexist crescendo ever ♥

    14 Oct 2009 Responder
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