"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)
Nice song, yes !The autumn is here too, with fof and colf...Have a good day !
"this video is no longer available" : (-Adriana
Thanks, Adriana for alerting me to the error. It has been fixed.Ta.Greetings from London.
And just as peaceful and haunting for a Sunday afternoon!
i will have to live in her world todayWish i could understand
Thanks, willow, it was raining in London yesterday, so I played this song like four times in a row.Edi, you will have to learn Uzbek :-). But I share your feelings, I wish I could understand.Greetings from London.
Bello tema, viene de muy lejos... completamente impreciso, se me pierde por las venas para dentro fuah-blucka-blucka, son miles de caballos corriendo con la mezcla, Espana, MArruecos, Nigeria...Angola, Napoles, Etiopia... no hace falta escuchar las palabras, yo la entiendo.
I like how absorbed she is in the sound. Beautiful!Where is this from, besides universal? -Adriana
Thanks, asere and Adriana. Ella es de Uzbekistan y la "descubri" en Jools Holland, uno de mis programas preferidos de la television britanica.Saludos desde Londres.
Hello! You left a comment on my brooch! Thank you very much!Anyway... did you notice that 'The Joke' is also listed as one of my favourite books? And that we also have movies in common!... How very odd, this internet-ional world...Smiles!K.
Hi, K, indeed it is a very funny old world, this internet malarkey! Thanks for passing by.Greetings from London.
Nice song. The problem of living in Miami is that sometimes we are isolated from other cultures except Cuban and American.Love your blog.Buena suerte!
Thanks, wesbri. Much appreciated.Greetings from London.