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Old 02-14-2014, 07:26 PM   #121 (permalink)
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Default the secret gem of hip hop en espanol has gone public!

check this latino rapper out, this guy can flow like a gringo! I've heard him on some mix tapes, but had legal problems with his label, and by luck i found him just surfing on youtube. You gotta listen to this.....search for the channel scandalo canas on youtube
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Old 02-15-2014, 06:23 AM   #122 (permalink)
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The first piece of music you hear each day has a special honour or special chance because that`s when your ears are fresh. This morning, rather randomly, I gave that chance to one of the bands recommended by El Intercambio on the previous page:-



My initial verdict: a mix of pop plus salsa that`s easy to listen to, though perhaps the dancing guy is more entertaining than the music.
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Old 02-24-2014, 05:26 AM   #123 (permalink)
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Old 10-11-2015, 10:31 AM   #124 (permalink)
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Sure ! i espcially the song Opa opa antique
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Old 12-22-2016, 06:46 AM   #128 (permalink)
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what I want to tell you is that we should separate music translated in spanish from specific spanish styles.
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That's already done, actually. There are two different threads:

  1. Spanish music (this one)
  2. Spanish-language music

To avoid misunderstandings, perhaps we should title this thread, "Music from Spain".
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That'd be a good idea as there's more to the music of Spain than Flamenco and Europop, and there's a lot of good music made in Spain that's sung in other languages than Spanish.
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Exactly. As we said before, Galician, Catalan and Basque languages, mainly. Also, there is an unknown part of the music from Spain that deserves to be mentioned too: Songs in English. There are many "hidden gems", really.

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Also, we shouldn't forget instrumental music.

I renew the pleading. While we wait for it to be heard, I'd like to add some more notable acts:

*Fuel Fandango (since 2010). A mix of genres: funk, soul, electronica, flamenco, prog rock, folk, jazz and others. An original and brilliant band, especially when playing live. They sing in English and Spanish.







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Old 03-31-2017, 02:38 AM   #129 (permalink)
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Default Catalan-language music

A bit of Catalan-language pop music now. La Iaia: L'ós ("The Bear", 2014). A tender song about adolescence:



"Diuen que si escoltes aquesta cancó ................................ They say that if you listen to this song
et transformes en un ós, ................................ you will change into a bear,
que el cel es torna groc ................................ the sky will turn yellow
i et surt pèl per sobre del teu cos. ................................ and hair will grow on your body,
Que és en aquest moment ................................ and this is the moment
quan comença a transfromar-te, ................................ when it begins to transform you,
quan comença a transformar-te. ................................ when it begins to transform you.

I de cop el cel es torna groc ................................ And suddenly the sky turns yellow
i et surt pèl per sobre del teu cos, ................................ and hair grows on your body,
et sents lliure como un ós al bosc ................................ you feel free like a bear in the woods
i tots els teus amics són animals petits ................................ and all your friends are baby animals
i tu només vols transformar-te, ................................ and you only want to transform,
tu només vols transformar-te. ................................ you only want to transform.

I tots junts flotem contents pel bosc, ................................ And we all float together happily in the woods,
entens l'Univers per primer cop, ................................ you understand the Universe for the very first time,
la gent són ossets petits ................................ people are little bear cubs
i surt el sol de nit ................................ and sun rises at night
i sóc un ós feliç ................................ and I'm a happy bear
que no pot parar de ballar ................................ that can't stop dancing
tan lliure enmig del bosc. ................................ so freely in the middle of the woods.
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Old 04-02-2017, 08:53 AM   #130 (permalink)
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The first piece of music you hear each day has a special honour or special chance because that`s when your ears are fresh. This morning, rather randomly, I gave that chance to one of the bands recommended by El Intercambio on the previous page:-



My initial verdict: a mix of pop plus salsa that`s easy to listen to, though perhaps the dancing guy is more entertaining than the music.
You should have chosen the first name of that list: Guadalupe Plata. Anyway, it's never too late. Next morning remember to listen to this:


Spoiler for 'Dirty blues with a sinister edge':









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