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ME/CFS SOUTH AUSTRALIA INC

Registered Charity 3104

Email:
sacfs@sacfs.asn.au

Mailing address:

PO Box 322,
Modbury North,
South Australia 5092

Phone:
1300 128 339

Office Hours:
Monday - Friday,
10am - 4pm
(phone)

ME/CFS South Australia Inc supports the needs of sufferers of Myalgic Encephalomyelitis, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and related illnesses. We do this by providing services and information to members.

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Field Music - In Context
Jellyfish - The Ghost At Number One
Peter Denahy - Sort Of Dunno Nothin'
Petra Haden and the Sell Outs - I Can See For Miles
Puffy AmiYumi - Nice Buddy
Ukulele Orchestra of GB - Shaft
William Tell Overture (The Mom Song)

 

Field Music - In Context

This YouTube video was recommended by Peter Scott who says:

This is the video for a song called "In Context". The song comes my favourite album of 2007 (Tones Of Town by Field Music), and the video shows what can be done with one line:

 

Jellyfish - The Ghost At Number One

This YouTube video was recommended by Peter Scott who says:

Jellyfish was a band that was active for about two years in the early 90s. Musically, their brand of ornate power pop was fatally out of step with the emerging grunge period in rock (as typified by Nirvana et al). As a result, Jellyfish received little airplay and sold few records (they only made two albums). They did, however, develop a devoted cult following due to their songwriting craftsmanship and live performances. Years later they are still spoken of in music circles with reverence. This clip gives an indication of why. The song is called “The Ghost At Number One” and it was recorded live on a TV show in Britain in 1993. It includes four-part harmony singing that, for me, is stunning:

 

Peter Denahy - Sort Of Dunno Nothin'

This YouTube video was recommended by Vicki Ryan who says:

Parents will enjoy this one! Great song of parent asking teenage son how things are going:

 

Petra Haden and the Sell Outs - I Can See For Miles

This YouTube video was recommended by Peter Scott who says:

Here’s a pretty amazing a cappella version of The Who’s “I Can See For Miles” that I actually prefer to the original:

Unfortunately, embedding for this video has been disabled. However, you can view it on YouTube here:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VNFoNBz9Dbs

 

Puffy AmiYumi - Nice Buddy

This YouTube video was recommended by Peter Scott who says:

Puffy AmiYumi is a female pop duo from Japan. They’re impossibly cute, and so is this song (Suggestion: play this one as loudly as possible):

 

Ukulele Orchestra of GB - Shaft

This YouTube video was recommended by Peter Scott who says:

I wasn’t sure if this should go in the Music section, the Humour section, or the Unclassifiable (i.e., just plain weird) section, because this clip is all three. Have a look and decide for yourself:

 

William Tell Overture (The Mom Song)

This YouTube video was recommended by Jenni Gay who says:

As a mum, I can hear both myself and my late mother in this woman’s song. Recommended to all mums!

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