100 Carnaval Hits 2013.
Frida Boccara, recorded La Chanson d’Orphée at Baccara 9 n° 17 (VA compilation, EP), 1959. Maysa, Live, sings for TV production, Video, Japan, 1960. Ivo Robić recorded the Croatian rendering "Orfejeva Pjesma" in 1960. In 2002, the music of Manhã de Carnaval was used in an Arabic version called "Shou Bkhaf" (How I fear) with lyrics written by Ziad Rahbani (Lebanese musician and composer). His mother, the Lebanese diva singer Fairouz, very popular in the Arab world, released this song in her Wala Kif album. Shiina Ringo, lead singer for the Japanese band Tokyo Incidents covered this song in both Portuguese and English under the title "Kuroi Orufe" (黒いオルフェ, Black Orpheus) in her cover album, Utaite Myouri ~Sono Ichi~ (2002) as a solo artist
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Already a major figure in Tejano music, "Little Joe" Hernandez embraced Chicano pride on this 1972 album, which aimed to expand the style's possibilities. While some songs feature traditional ranchero sounds, the best ones stretch the boundaries. Las Nubes" touches on big-band jazz and is recorded in both English and Spanish. This Time" is a straight-up pop song with a hint of Bacharach in the arrangement, while "La Tuna" is a hot slab of Latin rock with echoes of War and early Santana. Para la Gente Little Joe & La Familia. Already a major figure in Tejano music, "Little Joe" Hernandez embraced Chicano pride on this 1972 album, which aimed to expand the style's possibilities.
Album: La La La. Release year: 2013.
Lanc-y-shurr –La, La, La. There’s no better sound on a summer’s afternoon than a bunch of fat, sun-burnt Lancashire cricket fans bellowing out this terrace classic. It’s the bacon sandwich of the la, la song. Stripped down to its raw components: name of county, three la’s and some booze. Himmelblau is nine minutes of bubbling, shimmering electronica. It sounds a bit like Kraftwerk driving a Fiat Punto through the countryside. It keeps you waiting before the la, la bit kicks in, but stick with it – it’s worth it. Lyric: a. 5. Iggy Pop – The Passenger. You might not have heard of Joe Raposo, but, if you’re of a certain age, you’ll be familiar with his tunes. He was a Portugese musician who used to write most of the music for Sesame Street, including the classy theme tune. Raposo wrote Sing as something that kids on the show could learn easily.
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