Sunday, 19 July 2009

Song for a Summer Sunday Morning (Jungle Drum by Emiliana Torrini)

25 comments:

  1. Well, that was a cool and bouncy way to start the day! :-)

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  2. My heart is beating lke a jungle drum... I think this line is going to reverberate through my head all day :) I really look forward to your Sunday choices - it is an education in music. Gracias!

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  3. Great Cuban! Le pusiste ritmo a mi dia con esta cancion ;-). Saludos desde Montreal!

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  4. Happy Sunday to you and yours, Mr. Cuban. I couldn't get the video clip to work, so I must come back and try it later.

    It's a gloriously cool Sunday here in Ohio!

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  5. I should have played this clip before I went out for my morning run..now that I hear it, maybe I'll go out again! Thanks!

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  6. I'm back for a listen and it worked this time. Fun!!!

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  7. Where DO you find these Mr. Cuban! Love your musical taste

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  8. Great bouncy music this Monday for the start of a new week...thanks Mr C...
    Happy days

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  9. Hmmmm, I haven't heard of Emiliana Torrini before but I don't think I'll be looking for more... I hope you don't mind, can I not like it :-)

    Hope you're having a good Monday morning! Sun's out - hurray!!

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  10. Hey, Polly, no worries. Emiliana belongs to that type of artist who is like Marmite, either you like her music or you don't. Regina Spector is also there (thanks Adriana) and Lhasa de Sela, too. And yes, sun's out and life is great! I'm off to eat my lunch,

    Many thanks to you all for your kind comments.

    Greetings from London.

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  11. Well, I enjoyed it, CiL, I suppose mostly because by the middle of it I was laughing away. Here I have been thinking Whitesnake and Cinderella were over the top in their on-stage antics.

    It certainly is good wake-up music, no matter what morning of the week. It is reminiscent of some performances in old movies.

    Keep them coming, and so will I.

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  12. ese rocotocon me sono a Ojos de Brujo, jeje

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  13. I had to jump up and start dancing around. Thank you!

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  14. Nice rhythm.
    Good choice.
    Saludos,
    Al Godar

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  15. Many thanks for your kind comments.

    Greetings from London.

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  16. Thanks for sharing the beat of the drum fun!

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  17. I think I am taking this song to my top list!!! :-))) Thank you very much, Cuban in London :-))) A lot of happiness on your holidays, again. Bye, bye.

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  18. Many thanks to you both for your kind comments.

    Greetings from London.

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  19. It would have gone down as my favourite, had not Bachelorette beaten it by a short head. All great, though. Thanks.

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  20. I hadn’t heard of this singer before. Quite an original song and dress! Like the eye shadow.

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  21. I haven't heard of Emiliana Torrini before. Thanks for introducing her. However... paso con doble nueve... LOL!

    Big hug bro'!

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  22. Many thanks for your kind comments.

    Greetings from London.

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  23. I had to come back and take another 'listen'-she is so peppy and cute. Timeless charm! <3

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  24. London, te puse un enlace al final de mi pagina de la Habana. como aqui no me deja copiarte enlaces, no se por que, pues tendras que ir a mi blog Cuba Photography y ver la pagina que se llama: About Havana. Disculpa, pero hace rato no puedo copiar aqui.

    Saludos

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