"The ache for home lives in all of us. The safe place where we can go as we are and not be questioned." (Maya Angelou)
Very nice song, yes, very nice..."Euh, the fire has burned my computer...".Smile for you !
Hahaha, thanks, webradio. Sorry about the fire :-)Greetings from London.
Nice!I always like songs by campfire...
Hey, there's a little something waiting for you over at the manor! Willow x
Qué bien! Esta sección tuya me gusta mucho... siempre descubro a alguien nuevo!!
Que educacion amigo! Me encanta.
La guitarra, que vence el idioma y nos transmite algo grande e inexplicable. Esos acordes son tambien nuestros... increíble como uno se apropia de la musica automaticamente. La musica siempre nos hace falta, aun cuando a veces las palabras sobran. Me voy a escuchar otra vez esa descarga. ;)abrazo, t.
Hello, everyone, thanks for you kind comments.Greetings from London.
Me gusta! Me gustan las BBQ q acaban con guitarreo... :-)
Ah, las descargas, bro, las descargas! :-)Saludos desde Londres.
oh...so pleased to listen to malagasy music on your blog !!thank you thank you...today i'm imitating you and put a music post to say farewell to Miriam Makeba..i wanted so much to upload 2 youtube videos and can you believe i don't have a clue how to do that !(ahem..if you have 2 mn to enlighten me on the subjet, that would be great!):-)
Thanks, my castle, I will be popping round your blog in a minute.Greetings from London.
hum...ok..i think my brain is a little bit thick computer-wise. i managed to link the title of the song to a you tube video but couldn't upload the proper video itself but thanks a million Cuban, i'll read again your instructions when not so rushed..gracias !!
No probs, let me know how you get on and if you need any further help, give us a shout.Greetings from London.
My friend did you hear? South African Singing Legend Miriam Makeba Dies on Stage
Yes, yoli, I heard and it made me very sad. I grew up listening to 'Pata Pata'.Thanks for popping by, fly.Greetings from London.