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Though I am not a fan of SKA, I heard one of the songs on the radio and felt I required the record. "Room in Your Heart" is a unbelievable small rap that tells the story of the Nativity in a very up to date fashion. I am hoping to share itwith my CCD class. The refrain is easy and singable and was excellent for the Advent season. I am still investingating the other songs, but this song was worth the entire CD. I was so thrilled to search it in amazing shape well packaged, at a unbelievable price and it was delievered within days! I was thrilled at the response of the sender.I do also like the name of the band, no matter what I think of their music.
Ok- I'm a child at heart with two boys (ages 6 & 8). This has been the best Christmas CD investment (besides the Mickey Party melody several years back). We obtain this CD out before Thanksgiving to obtain us into the holiday party mood. It's FUN!! The "Putting on a Play" about children trying to reinact the Nativity Story while shoveling animal manure from the scene is hilarious!!! The "Jesus' Birthday" helps us hold that as the focus over the next month and "So A lot of Santa's, but only one Savior" is EXCELLENT!! We listen to it every morning before school. A++++++++ for child friendliness and clean winter fun!
I recieved this for christmas two christmas's ago and was very surprized at what i got. I had heared other songs from BOB such as Missions Trip To Mexico and Homeschool Girl which created me think bob would be something that i'ld like to have on my want list. The cd is insainly lively *a amazing thing* and something amazing for those hyper christmas mornings. but i was sortof dissappointed that most of the songs sounded generally the same and in certain songs the girls tone wasn't very pleasent. don't obtain me wrong the cd was amazing what other group of 15-18 yr olds could create two cd's (20 songs) that are all ska and they sound somewhat different? if your a ska fan or punk fan go ahead you'll like it but if your more pickie and only like mxpx b/c they have some radio play b/c "it sounds like blink on that song" then this ones not for you ~:)
When I first saw this album among the other xmas albums.I thought this has to be a Ska album so I listen to it.and I got chocked it really ey have some popular xmas songs like deck the halls and jinglebells wich they play in skapunk ey have also created some own xmas songs like birthday 's about Jesus birthday party.I really like this album it's amazing if you like Insyderz or it.
Cow says MooSheep says BAAThree singing pigs say La La LaNo, No you say, that isn't rightPigs say Oink! all day and night!I purchased this book when my daughter was about a year and half old. The text is easy and the pictures are pleasing. When we received the book, I thought it was too easy and that she would obtain bored. I was wrong! We have read this book HUNDREDS of times. For a while, it was her first and only choice. We read it so a lot of times that I knew it by heart. If she was upset in the vehicle we would begin "reading" without the book. She would instantly simmer down and begin filling in the animal forward a year after a move left it buried at the bottom of a box. We came across this gem of our collection. Now almost 3, she says, "My moo book, my moo book! Please read moo moo!" It was left, but not forgotten. What was once a staple in our bedtime routine now brings joy and delight to her one year old sister.If you are looking to add this to your own library, DO IT! You won't regret it! It would also create a amazing baby shower bonus or first birthday present. Some of our other Boynton favorites are Barnyard Dance and the Going to Bed Book.
My toddler and I love Sandra Boynton books. This one was one of our favorite when she was a bit younger. I would read the book but leave it for my kid to fill in the blanks and say the animals sounds. At the end of the book, I would point at the various animals and ask her the name of the animal or the animal sound.Even though she's mastered animal noises and names she still picks this book up from time to time. Unbelievable easy read that helps teach young children about animals and their noises.
Another amazing book from Sandra Boynton. We own almost all of her books and this is one of the best. My daughter is 19-months-old has been obsessed with animals and the sounds they create for months now. This book was excellent for teaching her what various animals say. As always her books are short and sweet. Moo, Baa, La La La does a amazing job at keeping my daughter engaged in the story.We read this book every night along with The Going To Bed Book.I highly recommend this book. This truly is a book that every baby/young toddler should have.
Solo tengo el application para version y escuchar a La Garata de la mega PR. La razón por la cual el "rate" es de 3 estrellas y no 5 es por que parece mentira que cuando busco contenido "podcast" no lo tengan "update" y tengo mejor suerte en "Soundcloud" que no es la oficial. Y me gustaria poder version "ondemand" los programas formato video. Corrigiendo eso se ganan las 5 estrellas conmigo. Gracias.
I first got to know Leoncavallo's "La Boheme" from an old Cetra recording, heavily chop and fell in love with it instantly. The recording was of limited quality, but even through it's flaws I could see a masterpiece evolving before me. I never thought that we would ever obtain a modern recording of this unbelievable opera and thanks to Orfeo Records, for having the courage to record it; we have. I bought it firstly on vinyl, then on CD and I play it more than Puccini's, but love both.Who would have thought that two very close mates would embark on a project from the same source, giving it completely various interpretations, would become bitter enemies; yet that is the case of Puccini and h chose to compose an opera on the very same topic by Henri Murger's novel Scenes de la vie de Boheme. Puccini's librettists were Giuseppe Giacosa and Luigi Illica whereas Leoncavallo wrote his own. Puccini's was shorter and deviated from the novel a small whereas Leoncavallo kept strictly to the novel and was much longer. Puccini's' premiered on February 1, 1896 in Turin with soprano Cesira Ferrani as Mimi, tenor Evan Gorga as Rudolfo, soprano Camilla Pasini as Musetta and baritone Tieste Wilmant as Marcello; conducted by a very young Arturo Toscanini and Leoncavallo's premiered May 6, 1897 in Venice with soprano Rosina Storchio as Mimi, and baritone Rodolfo Angelini-Fornari as Rudolfo, tenor Giovanni Beduschi as Marcello and mezzo-soprano Elisa "Lison" Frandin as Musetta; conducted by Alessandro Pome. Both operas are in four acts and Leoncavallo has a larger cast and he chose to swap the vocal range of Rudolfo and Marcello around and used a mezzo-soprano for Musetta. It was probably this arrangement that lead to the demise of his La Boheme. Remembering how the audiences were in those days, a baritone for the leading man was not heard of. The baritone voice was always reserved for the villain not the is is a tragedy; because both Boheme's are wonderful works of art and should quite rightly stand side by side in the opera houses of the world. There are some unbelievable moments in Leoncavallo's, attractive ensembles and choruses and a unbelievable piano accompaniment in Act Two where Schaunard goes to the piano and accompanies himself in a tune imitating the Rossinian style. The cast in this recording consists of the late Lucia Popp as Mimi, Bernd Weikl as Rudolfo, Franco Bonisolli as Marcello and Alexandrina Milcheva as Musetta as the main four. The Bavarian Radio Chorus and the Munich Radio Orchestra conducted by Heinz Wallberg are excellent. The recording is amazing but I would like to see a newer complete recording of this unbelievable opera. I managed to track down a copy of the vocal score to this opera; it cost me an arm and a leg, as it is still in copy write; but worth every cent.If you can obtain your hands on this recording of Leoncavallo's La Boheme, obtain it now as I have a feeling it will disappear forever very soon, especially if sales have been slow. Don't allow it slip into oblivion again for the operatic globe will be the poorer for it.
I can't recall the reason I originally placed an order for this Lila Downs CD. I had never heard about the artist nor had any knowledge about Mexican language. I presume I read some reviews and just tried it.But no regrets I can honestly say. At the moment La Cantina is one of my mostly played CDs and it seems I'll never obtain bored with it - though I still have just a tip what the songs are about. But the FEELINGS are there; sometimes sorrow, sometimes happiness, sometimes something in use in praising Lila's voice as it has been done in so a lot of reviews before. So I settle to my headline comment: Absolutely fabulous. Now I have already five Lila Downs CDs but I still consider this as the best one. Whatever your taste in melody is - this is good.
Tribute style album with Los Lobos (quite brilliantly) doing all of Valens' songs. Also the other songs, Diddly (orignal), howard huntsberry's ver of Jackie Wilson's Lonely Teardrops is sooooooooo good, and I think I actually like Marshall Crenshaw's ver of Crying, Waiting, Hoping by Buddy Holly better than the original, sorry to the purests. Oh and sorry, don't forget Brian Setzer with Summertime Blues, totally awesome. I looked everywhere for these versionsLa individually, in their full form, I know I couldn't search it, so if you do, kudos. So I broke down and bought the entire album and for $6 or $7, who caaaarrres. Ended up liking a lot of the songs I wasn't originally searching for. Amazing pick up.
In one sense, it's a travesty, if not a tragedy, that an artist as talented and versatile as Edward Simon is forced to record for a tiny, obscure lable such as Mythology. In another sense, we should be eternally grateful that such a label has enabled this glorious melody to see the light of known, perhaps, for holding down the piano chair in Bobby Watson's amazing postbop unit, Horizon, Ed Simon comes fully into his own on this remarkable disc. Okay, I'm going to come right out and say it: this is certainly one of a handful of absolutely amazing globe jazz cds. Along with Egberto Gismonti's Sanfona, Andy Narell's Light in Your Eyes, and Dion Parson and Ron Blake's fabulous but virtually unknown disc 21st Century, this cd represents the apex of jazz beat or globe rst of all, Simon has place together perhaps THE ultimate band for this type of music. With perhaps the top young lion of the tenor sax, Tag Turner, the hugely underated David Binney on alto sax, the fluid yet burning Diego Urcola on trumpet, Adam Cruz turning in his most nuanced and accomplished recorded percussion performance, and the underated Ben Road on acoustic bass, this is truly a creature musical agglomeration. But, as with Gismonti's Sanfona, what's going on her is not mere virtuosity, although there're assassin solos to spare. It's a deep plumbing of authentic folkloric sensibilities, transmuted into ravishingly attractive jazz beat ally, this is one of the most attractive instrumental records ever recorded. Everything is perfect: island/latin sensibilities, bubbling rhythms, drop-dead gorgous melodies, sophisticated harmonies--you name it. And it all sounds effortless. If you have ANY predisposition at all to globe jazz, DO NOT miss out on the wonderful disc.
This is a fabulous recording; Lhasa's voice is one of the most attractive I have ever heard, and the group that backs her up, the guitar, the cello, the bass, and other instruments, are also outstanding. The amazing arrangements and unique effects also create this melody a joy to listen to.
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Francoise Hardy has a special of connecting with her listener, and I suspect that has been one of the reasons she has enjoyed such a long and vibrant career. I discovered this gifted singer/songwriter quite by accident as I was searching for melody outside my normal comfort zone, and I'm glad that I did! I purchased a compilation of her greatest hits as well as La Question because I was genuinely impressed with how cohesive this album was. Initially, my favorite song was "Bati Mon Nid" but as I listened further it became more and more difficult to pick only one favorite as there are so a lot of powerful pieces throughout the entire album. If you are looking for an escape from the stresses of life, this album might provide more than a few moments of solitude.
This album has yet to create it back to its jewel case. I can't support but playing it and transporting myself to the times in which this album was ere's quite a bit of anguish in this album. There's a whole lot of sensuality too. Tuca's guitar is as brooding and reflective as Francoise herself.
What an wonderful find!! Why hasn't the Latin globe given this guy his due and on place him on the very top? I've never heard so much talent, effort and imagination in a Salsa/Son CD. Very few cd's have actually given me goose bumps, listen to "Quando" and tell me if you're not amazed, possibility taking brilliance. "Gracias a la Vida", is totally outside the box and wonderfully composed. Buy it and explore Issac.
LA FORMULA (The Formula) is, in my opinion, one of Issac Delgado's best efforts to date. This recording marks the reunion of Issac with Gonzalo Rubalcaba (the extraordinary pianist/arranger/composer.) When these two gifted individuals collaborate, they transcend the ordinary and take Salsa (Cubana) to the next FORMULA has something for everyone: Salsa, Timba, Samba, ballads and even a Comparsa (carnival music.)It is difficult to pick out a favorite track, however, QUANDO; GRACIAS A LA VIDA and EL PREGON DEL CHOCOLATE stand out.If you are looking for Salsa with a twist, something unique, new and swinging, look no further, LA FORMULA is it!
It seems Manu has developed a formula for pop melody and life on planet earth short stories in 3 minute songs . This time with a lot of e influences ( he may not know who J.J. is ) and more rock than usual . A amazing twist for him , more comercial and available ... Amazing for Us ...Manu Chao Rocks a la J.J. Cale - Los Enanitos Verdes con singular alegria . Buenas y concisas canciones , comerciales y devertidas , a la tradición de una latino america que necesita más músicos con corazón y buenas intenciones , alegría y esperanza , pensando en otra cosa que no sea la fama y el dinero y las chicas fáciles ... Viva Manu Rocker Chao ...
I'll skip the superlative merits of the songs themselves as I've covered that already, and tell you that with Knopfler you always obtain a GREAT sounding album. Enhanced with the DVD Audio format, it is almost too amazing to be true. Assuming you have a passion for well played, tasty guitar licks, it doesn't obtain any more sublime or sound any more intimate than this DVDA. I'd swear I can hear the strings being plucked! The balance throughout the disc is extraodinary, the dynamics letter perfect. The intimacy acheived and the presence and separation of the melody is what is so wonderful about this format and in the case of Knopfler, he takes the format to its optimum. Positively, I highly recommend this disc. As amazing as the first release was, this is just so much better. I can hardly wait for LOCAL HERO and RAGPICKER'S DREAM, CAL and TELEGRAPH ROAD.