Last edited by Garbarsardar; January 18, 2013 at 02:43 AM.
Headbangers into the Tolkien and no mention of Summoning?!?!?!
Great band, probably my favorite. Strangely enough every album that they have released is taken from Tolkien's work.
Edit: Wow, apologies... what I originally had posted here was not even close to the correct video. I am not sure how it happened, but I put the correct one in now I hope.
Last edited by Barbarossa66; February 07, 2013 at 10:55 AM.
Wanted to add that the entire album Let Mortal Heroes Sing Your Fame is the lyrics to the dwarven song from the Unexpected Party if you want the long version, but can't seem to edit my post.
Now this guy is enthusiastic
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It fits here i guess...
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That's Tay Zonday, right? He's much older than he looks, I think. I remember when he first became famous on the internet (maybe some 5-6 years ago), he was already in his mid- or late-20's. :o
Tay Zonday is 30 actually, but he’s voice is still impressive nonetheless. The source of he’s power are ridiculously funny facial expressions and gesticulation obviously.
What I really would like to see is the version of the song played on the instruments described in the book. Really, truthfully recreated event from the Hobbit. Where I could find that; theatre maybe?
I have listened and really enjoyed Neil Finn's Song of the Lonely Mountain.
It is great.no question about it and Neil really knew how to interpret it.
Cheers to him.
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