"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)
How my ears open when I come to see you.One thing among a million that pissed me off when I got cancer is that they will (and of course I agree) not take anything from me; no blood and no organs; and to be honest some people are afraid to touch me.Love you.Renee xooxxo
This is my kind of music! I would love to see them in person, though I would have trouble staying seated. I would have to get up and dance. One of the comments from YouTube says they hail from San Francisco - could it be true? I just looked it up - Yes!!! I am so going to go see them. Thank you for letting me know what is right here in my backyard.
I really like this song - how do you find songs for your Sunday Mornings? At first it made me feel like I'm on holiday in Spain, then I was really surprised to hear English rather than Spanish... but I've never heard of gipsy-punk rock, so what do I know :-)that fiddle is actually a bit whiny!
Your music accomplished two things, CiL. It woke me up and it hooked me. I second the motion to dance.Sunday morning (or evening) should be a time for celebration, in whatever form one prefers. I also think there must be a bit of gypsy in all of us or, if not, there should be ....Thank you, for a very lively and entertaining few minutes.
good stuff!maybe I'll look a little farther under Diego's Umbrellahahaha...what people will do for other people (who want money)...you're right...but I'm unbiased as I can be(or I'd like to believe)perhaps I should put 'reconstructing tradition'thanks for the thoughtful-thought provoking comment
Nope, never did hurt anyone. I agree.
Hi Mr cthat really got the toes in my moonboot wriggling...just what they needed...Happy days
Hey diddle, diddle...I love that fiddle! Great Sunday Pic. Thanks for the intro again to some great new sounds.Saludos de la Florida.
Many thanks to you all for your kind comments. Yes, San Francisco. The city I would love to visit one day, along with new York, in the States. probably even drive from one to the other.And I'm listening to Regina Spektor's new album 'Far'. Thanks Adriana, you're a darling :-).Greetings from London.
Now you would laugh at me, I'm sure.Every time I see your name pop up I'm like 'oh, oh, I have to go see what Cuban thinks right away.'I respect and admire you.Love Renee xoxo
Oh, so much heart, so much soul! Where have they been all my life? Thank you for your talent in coming up with this multi-cultural sound..Wow!
Gypsy punk rock - totally cool! I loved this, such great rhythm!
Well! You've done it again, Mr. Cuban - made my day! Wonderful, wonderful music - if I was wearing shoes on this hot and steamy English day, I would certainly dance until they wore through.PS. Again, I apologise most profusely for having pinched your special Leonard Cohen song. I do promise it was entirely unintentional!
Many thanks for your lovely comments. Tessa, leonard is so universal that trying to own him is practically impossible :-). Keep rockin'!Greetings from London.
Hey! Thanks for visiting my blog and leaving such a nice comment! Your blog looks like so much fun - I'll be back often to visit!! :) Silke
Que sabrosa musiquita!
Oh you know I love me some gipsy rock! Muy sabrosa indeed!
You continually find music I've never heard. Such a treat to visit.Your new header/layout is fun......
Many thanks for your kind comments.Greetings from London.
San Francisco is truly a city of inspiration. The music even got my birds chirping and its bedtime for them.