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Canciones con partes SILBADAS

Notapor Segarey » Mié 30 Ene, 2008 10:52 pm

:silva:
Alguna vez hemos tarareado una canción. Otras veces solemos silbarlas.

Recuerdan como yo aquella clásica de PIERO que se llama LLEGANDO LLEGASTE

Empieza con un silbido clásico muy particular..... antes de....
LAS MANOS EN EL BOLSILLO
CON LOS LIBROS BAJO EL BRAZO..... etc.

Recuerdo otra, ésta de PALITO ORTEGA...

TE ACUERDAS DE ENERO DEL AÑO PASADO
ESTABA SENTADO A LA ORILLA DEL MAR
SENTI TU PRESENCIA TOMASTE MI MANO....etc.

Esta canción es la parte final con silbidos, pero silbidos de buen gusto no de rechifla ja ja.

Otra, ésta en inglés, una bella balada de SCORPIONS que se llama WIND OF CHANGE la que empieza con silbidos.

Me parece que hay canciones de Leonardo Favio y las clásicas canciones de Morricone de temas del oeste que incluyen partes silbadas.

CONOCEN ALGUNAS OTRAS???
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Notapor Patty. » Mié 30 Ene, 2008 11:49 pm

Hola Segarey:

A propósito de canciones con partes silbadas.
Como no recordar... Esta tan hermosa:

Joan Bautista Humet - clara

http://www.goear.com/listen.php?v=eee5f36

Saludos... Patty.-
Mientras encuentras lo que buscas, sé feliz con lo que tienes... :X):
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Notapor Jorgito » Jue 31 Ene, 2008 12:12 am

El niño y el canario de Leonardo Favio, termina silbando muy bueno
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Notapor Óscar Sh. » Jue 31 Ene, 2008 12:24 am

島袋..Año Nuevo y Adios
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Notapor Christian » Jue 31 Ene, 2008 12:35 am

"Si tu no vuelves" de miguel Bosé y una canción de la epoca del rock latino en mi país por alla en los años 80's...el grupo argentino GIT con "Viento loco"...

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Notapor Jaime » Jue 31 Ene, 2008 3:06 am

Les dejo esta lista:

A Spoonful of Sugar whistled by Julie Andrews

A Whistling Tune by Elvis Presley (there are at least two versions, one has no whistling). Not sure who whistled. Hopefully Elvis, but a representative of Graceland said Elvis never whistled. Others say differently. I wish I knew.

Acapulco 1922 by Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass

Adios Amigo by Jim Reeves

African Whistler by Roger Whittaker

Ain't I The Lucky One by Marty Robbins

Ain't Gwine Whistle Dixie Anymo' by Taj Mahal

All I Want For Christmas by Spike Jones and His City Slickers

Alone by Four Seasons

Always Look on the Bright Side of Life by From Monty Python

Australian Whistler by Roger Whittaker

Bad Girls by Donna Summer

Bells Of Rhymney by Pete Seeger

Be Sincere by Max Miller

Beyond The Blue Horizon by Michael Nesmith

Billy Don't Be Hero by BO Donaldson & the Ohio Express

Blackbird by Beatles

Bolivian Whistler by Roger Whittaker

Boney Maronie by Larry Williams

Breakfast by The Newsboys

Bridge On The River Kwai (Col. Bogey March)

Broken Chairs by Built to Spill

Bungalow Bill by The Beatles

Calgary by The Great Speckled Bird (featuring Ian & Sylvia)

Can't Smile Without You by Barry Manilow

Centerfold by J Geils Band

Charlie's Shoes by Billy Walker

Claire by Gilbert O'Sullivan

Colonel Bogey Theme by K. Alford and M. Arnold

Daydream by The Lovin' Spoonful

Dock of the Bay by Otis Redding

Don't Tell Him What Happened to Me by The Boswells

Don't Whistle At Me Baby by David Seville

Don't Worry, Be Happy by Bobby McFerrin

Dream A Little Dream Of Me by 'Mama' Cass Elliot (?) or Mamas & Papas (?)

England Swings by Roger Miller

Epitaph by Badly Drawn Boy

Every Morning by Sugar Ray

Everybody Kiss Your Partner (The Whistle Song) by W. Lee O'Daniel

Finnish Whistler by Roger Whittaker

Five O'Clock Whistle by Count Basie

Flip side of How High The Moon by Les Paul with Mary Ford (Capitol)

Fool In The Rain? by led zeppelin

Games Without Frontiers by Peter Gabriel

Generals and Majors by XTC

Nola by Ted Weems orchestra featuring Elmo Tanner

Georgy Girl by Seekers

Ghost Of Cape Horn by Gordon Lightfoot

Girls Don't Like It by The Undertones

Give A Little Whistle (Jiminy Cricket from "Pinnochio" Disney film)

Give A Little Whistle by Cliff Edwards & Dickie Jones

Go To The Mardi Gras by Professor Longhair

Golden Years by David Bowie

Gonna Find Me A Bluebird by Marvin Rainwater

Goodtime Charlie's Got The Blues by Danny O'Keefe

Haitian Whistler by Roger Whittaker

Handyman by Jimmy Jones

Happy Whistler by Don Robertson

Heartaches By The Number by Guy Mitchell

Heartaches by The Ted Weems Orchestra (whistled by Elmo Tanner)

Here Comes My Baby by The Tremolos (written by Cat Stevens)

Hikky Burr by Quincy Jones - Whistled by Bill Cosby!

Hocus Pocus by Focus

How Are You Goin' to Wet Your Whistle by Billy Murray (Prohibition era song)

How Birds Sing by Charles Kellogg

I Love To Whistle by Fats Waller

I Love To Whistle by Jim Davidson's Dandies

I Want To Dance With You? by Heywoods

I Was Kaiser Bill's Batman by Whistling Jack Smith (1967, Deram Records)

I Whistle A Happy Tune by (from "The King And I")

If Love is a Red Dress by Maria McKee (from Pulp Fiction soundtrack)

I'm Always Whistling the Blues by Allen Brothers

I'm Hummin', I'm Whistlin', I'm Singin' by Irving Aaronson/Bing Crosby

Independencia March by ?

Indian Love Call by Keith Milheim of the Hoosier Hot Shots

Indian Whistler by Roger Whittaker

Indonesian Whistler by Roger Whittaker

Irish Whistler by Roger Whittaker

Is There a Heaven by unknown

It's Wonderful by The Rascals

Japanese Whistler by Roger Whittaker

Jealous Guy by John Lennon, also covered by Elliott Smith

Just Whistle Or Call by Martha Carson

Kissin' My Love by Bill Withers

Kuchibue no Kimochi (The Feeling of Whistling) by Gohan

Lay Down the Law by G Love and Special Sauce

Limbo Rock by Chubby Checker

Listen to the Mockingbird by Whistling Dick

Little Wooden Whistle by Bill Boyd & his Cowboy Ramblers

Lonely Bull by Herb Alpert

Love Letters in the Sand by Pat Boone

Love Walked In by The Hilltoppers

Mabel, I Love You Mabel by (from "The Great Escape")

Magic Moments by Perry Como

Many Tears Ago by Connie Francis

Me And Julio Down By The Schoolyard by Paul Simon

Merry Minuet by Kingston Trio by album: Hungry I

Mexican Whistler by Roger Whittaker

Michael, Row the Boat Ashore by The Highwaymen

Montego Bay by Bobby Bloom

Moonlight Gambler by Frankie Laine

Moritat (Mack The Knife) by Dick Hyman

Mr. Bojangles by Sammy Davis, Jr.

Muß i' denn zum Städtele hinaus / Wooden Heart by Elvis Presley

Nola by Elmo Tanner

Oh You Beautiful Doll by Herb Alpert

Oklahoma "Blews" by Robert Stemmons

Only Love Can Break A Heart by Gene Pitney

Original Theme to "The X Files" by Mark Snow

Paraguayan Whistler by Roger Whittaker

Patience by Guns & Roses (whistled by Axel Rose)

Pittsburg, Pennsylvania by Guy Mitchell

Please Listen To Me by Sonny Burgess

Pony Man by Gordon Lightfoot

Poor People Of Paris by Les Baxter or Russ Morgan

Pretty Little Girl In A Yellow Dress by Carl Dopkins

Pucker Up and Whistle (Till the Clouds Roll By) by Billy Murray

Punky's Dilemma by Simon & Garfunkel

Ram On by Paul McCartney

Restless by Sonny Burgess

Ribbon Of Darkness by Marty Robbins

Russian Whistler by Roger Whittaker

Save Your Heart For Me by Brian Hyland (original version)

Save Your Heart For Me by Gary Lewis & The Playboys

Scottish Whistler by Roger Whittaker

Singin' The Blues by Guy Mitchell

Singing In The Rain by Gene Kelly (the very end)

Sissyneck by BeckA

Skye Boat Song (Speed Bonny Boat) by Roger Whittaker and Des O'Connor

Some Other Bird Whistled A Tune by Jack Smith

Song Of The South (ZipbyAbyDeebyDoobyDah)by Louis Armstrong

Southern Whistling Coon by Sid Harkreader

Spar Wid Me by English Beat

Standing On The Corner Watching by Four Lads?

Story Of My Life by Marty Robbins

Sukiyaki by Kyu Sakamoto

Sunshine Cake by Bing Crosby

Sweet Child Of Mine by Axel Rose of Guns 'N Roses

Sweet Georgia Brown by Brother Bones & His Shadows (Harlem Globetrotters theme song)

Swingin' Safari by Bert Kaempfert or Billy Vaughn

Tapioca Tundra by Peter Tork of The Monkees

Tennessee Whistling Man by Red Foley

The Crane Takes Flight by Ted Leo and the Pharmacists

The Fishin' Hole (Andy Griffith Theme), by Earle Hagen

The Happy Whistler by Don Robertson

The Joker by Steve Miller

The Jolly Boys by Albert Wheelans

The Stranger by Billy Joel

The Whistler and his Dog by Arthur Pryor's Band

The Whistlers Dream by Stuart Hamblen

The Whistling Boy by Jerome Kern

The Whistling Colonel by Leon Redbone

The Whistling Coon by Murray and Belmont

The Whistling Waltz by Tune Wranglers

The Women Are Worse Than The Men by Willie Clancy

Theme to Brazil, the movie, by ?

Theme to "Hang 'Em High" by Leroy Holmes

Theme to "The High and The Mighty by Fred Lowery

Theme to Lassie whistled by Jack Zimmerman

Theme to Leave It to Beaver

Theme to The Good, Bad, and the Ugly by Muzzy Marcellino

Theme to the High and the Mighty by Muzzy Marcellino

Theme to The Whistler Radio Show by Actress Dorothy Roberts

'Tumbling Tumbleweeds' by the Sons Of The Pioneers

Twisted Nerve by Bernard Herrmann (from the Kill Bill soundtrack)

Two Of Us by Beatles

Walk Like An Egyptian by Bangles

Walkin' & Whistlin' Blues by Les Paul

Walkin' In The Rain by Johnnie Ray

Walkin' The Dog by Flamin' Groovies?

Walking and Whistling Blues by Four Knights

Walking and Whistling Blues by Les Paul and Mary Ford

Walking In the Air by unknown

Walking My Baby Back Home by James Taylor

Where the Rainbow Ends by Roger Whittaker

Whispering by Nino Tempo & April Stevens

Whistle In by Beach Boys 1967 album "Smiley Smile"

Whistle & Blow Your Blues Away by Riley Puckett

Whistle and I'll Dance by Georgia Gibbs

Whistle Away Your Blues by Harry Archer

Whistle Away Your Blues by Richard Myers

Whistle Bait by Spade Cooley

Whistle Bait by The Collins Kids

Whistle Blues by Mary Lou Williams

Whistle Stop by Woody Herman

Whistle Walking Home by Ned Miller

Whistle While You Walk (Murray and Belmont), unknown

Whistle While You Walk by Murray & Belmont

Whistle While You Work (from "Snow White" Disney film)

Whistle While You Work by Adriana Caselotti

Whistle Your Cares Away by The Goons

Whistle, Daughter, Whistle by Traditional

Whistle-itis by Carson Robison

Whistler's Mother In Law by Larry Wagner

Whistlers Twist by Elson Smith (on Fraternity Records?)

Whistlestop by Roger Whittaker

Whistlin' Blues by Meade Lux Lewis

Whistlin' Joe from Kokomo by Hoosier Hot Shots

Whistling Alex Moore's Blues by Whistling Alex Moore

Whistling Blues by Pete McKinely

Whistling Coon by Murray and Dudley (I know)

Whistling Coon by Narmour & Smith

Whistling For A Kiss by Richard Myers

Whistling Gypsy by limelighters

Whistling in the Dark by They Might Be Giants

Whistling In The Light by Leo Robin

Whistling Johnnies by Conway's Band

Whistling Monologue by Kipper Family's album "Since Time Immoral"

Whistling Pete by Billy Golden & Joe Hughes

Whistling Pete by Golden and Hughes

Whistling Rufus by Augusta Trio

Whistling Songbird by Tom Darby & Jimmie Tarlton

White Christmas by Bing Crosby

Winchester Cathedral by the New Vaudeville Band

Winds Of Change by Scorpions

Wolverton Mountain by Claude King

Wonderful, Wonderful by Johnny Mathis

Wouldn't It Be Loverly by "My Fair Lady" original cast

Yodeling and Whistling Specialty by Jere Sanford

You Can Call Me Al by Paul Simon

You Got Me Whistling by Johnny Fuller by 1958 by Checker Records 899

26 miles by The Four Preps by 1957
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Notapor Jorgito » Jue 31 Ene, 2008 4:45 am

muy buen copy+paste jeje Vamos Pichuco por los 3000 y después por los 4000... todavía queda mucho por aprender de vos
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Notapor Jaime » Jue 31 Ene, 2008 4:51 am

Si Dr Chapatín, en el internet ya todo está inventado... :lol:
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Notapor Remember εїз » Jue 31 Ene, 2008 7:13 am

"ESOS OJITOS NEGROS" DEL DUO DINAMICO.....¿SI?
Saludos :wink:
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POR UN PUÑADO DE DOLARES

Notapor Segarey » Jue 31 Ene, 2008 7:45 am

Enio Morricone tiene dentro de sus temas del Oeste varias canciones con partes silbadas, pero ésta es una clásica, la cual se disfruta una y otra vez........

POR UN PUÑADO DE DOLARES

http://www.goear.com/listen.php?v=6e77d11

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LLEGANDO LLEGASTE

Notapor Segarey » Jue 31 Ene, 2008 7:52 am

Acá los pegajosos silbidos de LLEGANDO LLEGASTE de Piero.

http://es.youtube.com/watch?v=2go7unUEoQY


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Notapor Yogo60 » Jue 31 Ene, 2008 3:12 pm

Aqui les dejo una de las canciones mas "olvidadas" que he escuchado, no tan bonita como CLARA que ya nos la posteo Rambita o tan alegre como Llegando Llegaste de Piero, pero para ser una cancion de Roberto Carlos, la parte del silbido es excelente, no se si es el quien la silba.

:arrow: "NO QUIERO VERTE TRISTE" - ROBERTO CARLOS
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Notapor Jeisson » Sab 02 Feb, 2008 1:17 am

"Ahorita" me vienen a la mente tres:
  • Noche callada de Marco Antonio Vázquez
  • Se busca de Doogli Degli Armonion
  • Sólo tú del grupo costarricense Gaviota (canción original en italiano).

Saludos :wink:
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Notapor mónica vázquez lara » Sab 02 Feb, 2008 2:03 am

Recuerdo ahora un tema, "De profesión parao" , de José Luis Perales, incluido en disco "Sueño de libertad", (1987) cuyo comienzo y alguna parte más era silbada
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Notapor Yogo60 » Sab 02 Feb, 2008 4:09 am

mónica vázquez lara escribió:Recuerdo ahora un tema, "De profesión parao" , de José Luis Perales, incluido en disco "Sueño de libertad", (1987) cuyo comienzo y alguna parte más era silbada


Aqui va esa gran cancion:

:arrow: "DE PROFESION PARAO" - JOSE LUIS PERALES
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