"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)
Now this piece woke me up. How invigorating!I'm not a dancer, but this would get me to try the Flamenco:)
Después de mi última visita (el video de Politik) llegué aquí esta mañana preparada para cualquier cosa--pomito de aspirina en una mano, botellita de vodka para ayudar a tragar las pastillas en la otra mano. Que sopresa encontrarme con Sor Juana y con Paco de Lucía. He pasado un buen rato--tomando té Earl Grey.
awwwwesome music ,I have not heard this in forever,I love it!!!! It is bliss!!! merci bien du midi - prés du med!!! salut encore!!! have a great week ---
This is a stunning piece, and I must admit I'm new to the artists. Thanks - I love this, and I'll search itunes for more!
I saw them perform this in San Francisco - it was an night filled with electrifying magic! Thanks for sending me back to that evening.
Many thanks to you all for your kind comments. As the sun is being kinder to London, I feel that the same spirit should be shared with my fellow bloggers and readers. Three top guitarists for a top Sunday morning.Greetings from London.
how not love these guys and their music...great alchemy...!
I'm catching this on a Monday morning, totallly necessary..I'm dancing as fast as I can!! Thank you....Lyn
What talent! I bet they are amazing live. Thank you for this :-)
I love this and in fact one can hear the influence of another of my favourite tunes (kiss my axe by Al Di Meola) in it...Simply arresting http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bgaRjKe2Hkg
Great way to start my week - thanks! I'd love to see them live and join in the dancing...:)
I have heard this so many times -- but never seen a video of them together. They play with such ease it makes me giddy. I want, some day this life, to so something with passion and finesse and look as if it took no work at all. Wouldn't everyone? =o)Thanks for sharing this one!
Many thanks to you for your kind comments. Rising, that was a mighty video, my friend, it really was. I have been keen on Al Di Meola for a long time and enjoy his collaborations with other artists. For the last year or so one of the CDs playing on a loop at home or in the car is Aziza Mustafah Zadeh's 'Dance of Fire'. Listen to it, especially the dialogue between the Azerbi pianist and the guitarist. It's spellbinding.Greetings from London.
Okay, I'm taking this as a sign. I've been putting off signing up for flamenco dance classes but this helps me remember why I need to! You can't get much better than a eloquent flamenco guitar song. By the way, I have Cuban flavored sounds on my latest post...
Fantastic! I love Spanish guitar music, including the knocking.John McLaughlin and Al Dimiola? (sp?) Wow, even seeing their names takes me way back in time. Very cool.
hello... hapi blogging... have a nice day! just visiting here....
Everytime I want to relax and have a smile, I visit your place and it's always a sure thing Cuban in London :).......Steady OnReggie Girl
Many thanks, midlife, it's a pleasure.
Cubano! No me creo que hayas escogido este tema!!! Este es uno de nuestros CDs favoritos, y justo esta mañana, antes de abrir el ordenador, hablábamos mi marido y yo de estos fantásticos y geniales guitarristas! Parece que nos leas el pensamiento!!! Son buenísimos, qué combinación tan explosiva!
Great tunes! Thank you for visiting my blog and leaving your compliments!!!
Gracias, Susana, eso es un sincronismo musical. Espero que no estes oyendo a Sting con su 'Mercury Falling' ahora porque me austarias :-).DEB, it is a pleasure.Greetings from London.
Invigorating music! Thanks for sharing this.
Thanks, Barbara, for your kind comment.Greetings from London.
Hey Cuban, I'm a big fan of Paco, and of course, a big fan of "Friday night in San Francisco"salutations, albert.
Many thanks, albert.Greetings from London.
It is indeed!Greetings from London.