"Others the country take for choice/And hold the town in scorn/But she has listened to the voice/On city breezes borne" (Amy Levy)
Hermano que hace usted y su familia este fin de semana? Escribeme a Yolicollazo@yahoo.com para invitarte a mi blog privado.
Oh-so-Jungle Book! :^)
Yes, willow, Nitin, or someone on his behalf, picked up images from a very old film to illustrate this beautiful and soulful song.Greetings from London.
y yo, también "soy de todas partes..." una pieza de aquí y otra de allá -como voltus V- pero en el corazon tengo intacto mi frijol negro. ;)
Jajaja, asere, me mataste con "el frijol negro"!Saludos desde Londres.
That song is so entrancing. I'm going to have to look for her CD, thanks!But the video that goes with it...oh so beautiful! WOW.
TB, it's a 'he' :-). Nitin is one of the foremost experimental musicians in the UK today and I am a devoted follower. He just released his seventh (or eighth) studio album and according to the reviews, he has pulled it off again.Greetings from London.
oh..it's a he ! but isn't the singer a she ?..Really cool..:-)
Yes, the singer is a 'she', but that's because Nitin works with a lot of artists. Thanks for popping by.Greetings from London.
Nice song, yes !
Thanks for stopping by my blog and commenting. This is a lovely song, and unlike any I've heard before. Thanks for the introduction! :) I also love the final image in the video...very beautiful.
Thanks, rebekah and webradio. It's a nice song indeed. I'm glad you liked it.Greetings from London.
Very nice introduction to a new movie. Thank you.
Thanks, barbara, for popping by.Greetings from London.