English Translation of 滅火器〈十字路口〉

編曲:滅火器(ファイヤー イーエックス aka. Fire EX)
Melody and lyrics by Sam Yang
Composed by Fire Ex.)

揣無過去 嘛毋敢想未來
稀微的冷風吹來 一陣悲哀
(Living in a soundless world
We found no past, and dare not think about the future
A cold breeze passes by, and I felt pathetic) Continue reading “English Translation of 滅火器〈十字路口〉”

揭盅前隨筆: 第28屆臺灣金曲獎最佳作詞人提名







艾怡良:〈我們的總和〉(《說 艾怡良》,台灣索尼音樂娛樂股份有限公司)

五月天阿信:〈成名在望〉(《自傳 history of Tomorrow》,相信音樂國際股份有限公司)


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Hokkien Songs – the Malaysian Style

Among Chinese Malaysian artists, I would say I remember the works of Freddie Wong (黃一飛) the most. Remembering his music in the sense that when I fall in love with his songs, I will always remember them – the melody, the style of his lyrics. Other than his interesting Hokkien-style of songwriting, his Hokkien songs allowed him to stand out from the crowd Continue reading “Hokkien Songs – the Malaysian Style”

Eric Kwok 港式流行曲

香港作曲人郭偉亮 (Eric Kwok) 相信不需要介紹了,他的音樂作品佔據了香港流行音樂半壁江山,好像好多流行歌手都唱過他的歌。

這張 Made in Hong Kong 的作品集實在聽得舒服,從頭到尾都只有廣東歌,第四張CD更有 Eric Kwok 作曲時的 demo 。讓我驚訝的是 Continue reading “Eric Kwok 港式流行曲”

2016 年炫風音樂節主題曲〈迷途知返〉

Fast-Food Generation 速食時代
Alienoid 異種
Yusof 劉文瀚
Julio 黃苠晉
Mad August

我就是眼前 這麼一個我
逃過了承諾 也無須犯錯
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Paul Wong Album 2001

This is the first album published by Beyond guitarist Paul Wong after the Hong Kong rock band announced a split in 1999. Early 2001 was the time when I was still buying and collecting cassettes. Cassettes were sold at a lower price, and compact discs were about twice and thrice the cassette price.
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Source: http://www.umg.com.hk/album/3291/detail

To shrug off negativity that has been around me since the second half of 2015 – other than keeping myself occupied with heavy workload – I am also seeking refuge in Cantonese songs.

Into the second half of the year I happened to buy a compilation CD of Priscilla Chan, a veteran female singer who shot to fame in 1980s.
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