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mizfiesta | 21:26 Fri 19th May 2017 | Music
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This is a bit of a long shot, but nothing ventured nothing gained! I was at a Pilates class today and there was a compilation of songs playing in the background. I've heard one particular track on the playlist over the weeks and there is one song I really like. It would make sense if I just asked the class instructor if she could help me identify the name of the track I like - but I keep forgetting or she's busy with something etc
Anyway I thought I'd ask here. The song is largely instrumental and the music style kinda puts me in mind of Africa by Toto - the kinda 80's feel guitar sound with an up to date feel. There is also a man speaking over the track in parts and I'm sure he says a few times "...down to the sea and back.." or "down to the beach and back". I would imagine it's on one of those chillout compilation albums the Pilates teacher plays. Maybe one of you can help me before I make the class again which may be in a few weeks!

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Could you hum a few bars for us ?
it sounds like david essex ...tahiti
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Shenco, I went through the mix and couldn't find the particular track I'm looking for, but I would imagine the track belongs to this particular artist. The repeating words "down to the sea and back" were the same...it was just over a different track. I tried to look up a volume 1 of this stuff but to no avail. The search continues but at least you've helped narrow it down! Thanks.
I am amazed how s/o can go like
" yeah its like dardle dardle dardle - do do doop
and the words - "I love ya baby" - but that could be
I move ya maybe.....or You groove me, lady

and some one says - Oh Beach Boys 1961, and it is

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