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Old 6th June 2012, 12:50 PM   #101
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Listen to "La del pirata cojo" or "Pacto entre caballeros" by Joaquín Sabina. The best.
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Old 7th June 2012, 12:58 AM   #102
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Listen to "La del pirata cojo" or "Pacto entre caballeros" by Joaquín Sabina. The best.
i listened to it , good songs !
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Old 7th June 2012, 01:09 PM   #103
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Surely, English people will not understand Joaquin Sabina music and lyrics, but I went to see him here in Buenos Aires, and this Spanish guy and when he play this two "rock" themes, the stadium explodes. And happen, that non rock themes of Sabina, are all beautiful, like Calle Melacolía, 19 días y 500 noches, Esta noche contigo, etc.

I clarify to the moderators that I´m writing original Spanish name of songs, and that translating them is useless and lost the meaning of them.
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I understand Spanish music.
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Another good Spanish rocker is Víctor Manuel. Duets with his husband Ana Belén are wonderful.
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19 Days and 500 Nights is pretty easy. I had to Babelfish the other two, Tonight With You and Melacolia Street.
I listened to and enjoyed the Joaquín Sabina tracks. Personally, I'm keen on drums and drummers and found that the only shortfall, though it's only a minor complaint.
Years ago I got "spammed" by a band called Vuelo De Cenizas. I really liked the tracks they sent me. I forget where in South America they're from... Argentina possibly.
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Old 7th June 2012, 03:03 PM   #107
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19 Days and 500 Nights is pretty easy. I had to Babelfish the other two, Tonight With You and Melacolia Street.
Translations are literally OK, but doesn´t mean nothing.

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I listened to and enjoyed the Joaquín Sabina tracks. Personally, I'm keen on drums and drummers and found that the only shortfall, though it's only a minor complaint.
Sabina´s actual band is extraordinary. It´s incredible how do they sound when listen live. Pancho Varona and Antonio García de Diego are great musicians, althouugh none of them make a record like soloists.

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Years ago I got "spammed" by a band called Vuelo De Cenizas. I really liked the tracks they sent me. I forget where in South America they're from... Argentina possibly.
Normally, here in the "*** of the world", excempting very few musicians, the majority of them are involved with politics, and become "officialist?" (When a person is toady of the President and his (her in this case) thinks and what he/she says), and I personally HATE VERY MUCH this kind of people.

The guy´s you say, I don´t know about them.
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i found this good AC/DC best of only available in east europe :

AC/DC =Greatest Hell`s Hits= 2 CD DigiPak Digipack Best of | eBay
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It seems kind of odd to put the Brian Johnson era on disc 1 and Bon Scott era on disc 2, but I guess that's the way hits packages often go.
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by this time i´m running out of cd´s to buy , but i still can make a list of 20 easy , so last week i bought "black in black" , very nice , though the best songs are on that hits cd already
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