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Tama — Ta'aba
Album: Nostalgie
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6.1

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Total ratings: 436









Released: 1999
Length: 4:42
Plays (last 30 days): 1
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 Poacher wrote:

Hmmmm. If you can afford a computer, a place to put the computer, the power to run the computer and an internet connection to stream the music. . . then I would have thought you can afford to contribute something to RP.  
 
The computer I have was purchased in 2003. The place where I put the computer, the power to run it, and the internet connection are all belonging to my brother, who is on disability.  If I had even five dollars to donate, I would, because RP is worth it.

Not that any of this is your business, but I thought I should set the record straight, since your logic seems to be a bit skewed.

 Cynaera wrote:
I wish we could get special treats (like being entered into the "Win A Vacation" contest even if we can't afford to be a supporter) for recruiting new RP members.  *sigh*

Couldn't get this song to work for me tonight, but then, I'm in an "MmmBop" mood, so there's really no hope... {#Lol}
 
Hmmmm. If you can afford a computer, a place to put the computer, the power to run the computer and an internet connection to stream the music. . . then I would have thought you can afford to contribute something to RP.  
I wish we could get special treats (like being entered into the "Win A Vacation" contest even if we can't afford to be a supporter) for recruiting new RP members.  *sigh*

Couldn't get this song to work for me tonight, but then, I'm in an "MmmBop" mood, so there's really no hope... {#Lol}
seriously, this could cause ear damage.
 Teko wrote:
Reading the comments on this groovy, smooth, soothing song reminds me of why I don't bother reading the comments on RP songs very often.
 
Especially during this tune!   4.5 if there was one.

Reading the comments on this groovy, smooth, soothing song reminds me of why I don't bother reading the comments on RP songs very often.
 Hannio wrote:
 I listen to RP for stuff like this.
 
Me, too.  But substitute "despite" for "for."

judging from the comments this song plays once ever 2-3 months...

sounds OK if I am only going to hear it once every few months.
Very Very plane, i dont like it
 calypsus_1 wrote: 
Bad to worse.

 rdo wrote:
is that Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan?
 
You're just teasing, right? I think this is a Malian artist! Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan was a Qawwali (singer?) from Pakistan.

some people spend way too much time in their heads {#Beat}
Very nice. Thank you.


Peter Gabriel - In Your Eyes    ==>    Tama - Ta'aba   


is that Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan?
Genetic memories. Ah yes.
WOW nice transition from Peter Grabiel's "In Your Eyes." Genious!  {#Clap}

Excelsior? Ugh.  No thanks.  {#Puke}

Tama? {#Dance} yes yes yes!
Just too redundant for me. Where's the fire, or the emotion in this? Too blah for me.
 Hannio wrote:
 I listen to RP for stuff like this.
 
Me, too. I was talking to a co-worker some minutes ago and he was all "Chemical Brothers? I love that!" and then he walked by again to Gabriel, and just now he walked by and asked where this music was coming from. Second time this week I have been able to turn people on to RP! Excellent, excellent

 I listen to RP for stuff like this.
Ugh.  No thanks.  {#Puke}
markian wrote:
Thanks RP for playing this kind of world music too. Your mixes are great! This song is especially welcome after that Peter Gabriel song, ugh. So, so bland and overplayed. Ah well.
I was just going to write that this song has - a very similar triangle rythm as the PG song - vocals that are somewhat similar to Youssou N'Dour's backing vocals on the PG song (Senegal & Mali, close enough for me) I suppose that's why Bill put this after PG. I just checked to see if someone has already pointed this out, when I saw that you seem to have missed it completely. So there. :cheesygrin: You can still disagree though. :smile:
Ethnic music always makes me giddy. :drunk:
Who keeps bumping the CD player...?
Had to stop what I was doing and just listen, it makes my morning that much more enjoyable. Nice tune.
nicely done. These transitions are the BEST!
Hi RP , 1.30pm in europe : yes good to hear that kind of music too .
Thanks RP for playing this kind of world music too. Your mixes are great! This song is especially welcome after that Peter Gabriel song, ugh. So, so bland and overplayed. Ah well.
renlat wrote:
La vie c'est le bon, pas le mal as in : Life is love, not hate, life is peace, not war, life is heaven, not hell etc.
Nice...Thanks
I like this :)
welby wrote:
Nice tune -- I'd love to know what its about...translation please...
La vie c'est le bon, pas le mal as in : Life is love, not hate, life is peace, not war, life is heaven, not hell etc.
Alafia wrote:
Oh yes, more music from all around the world please!
I'm with you on that. This is a pretty sweet tune. More please.
Nice tune -- I'd love to know what its about...translation please...
schnorr wrote:
:music: tamááá! tamáa je pense qu'il y a de français dans cette musique... cool! ;o) I think there is some french in this song, or am I wrong?
Sorry. I don't think so. Maybe some creole?
:music: tamááá! tamáa je pense qu'il y a de français dans cette musique... cool! ;o) I think there is some french in this song, or am I wrong?
Karmala wrote:
Sorry friend, but you're totally lost there. Mind blasting stuff when you here it right.
You hit the point. :clap: :high-five:
junebaby65 wrote:
Sounds like the soundtrack to a National Geographic series on PBS..... :sleep:
Sorry friend, but you're totally lost there.
Shesdifferent wrote:
Very Pleasant...goes along with my cool evening breeze.
makes sunday afternoons quite pleasant too--sunshining and the smell of spring in the air--the promise of spring. . .with the north wind reminding you of cold days passed. . .lovely
Very Pleasant...goes along with my cool evening breeze.
forge wrote:
Still think Bill could make a million bazillion dollars just giving "segue" lessons to commercial radio networks.
Hee hee, good idea. Another way to increase funds--give lectures on how its 'sposed to be done.
aly25 wrote:
Man, right after Peter Gabriel? I am soooooo pleased. Way to go RP!!!! :daisy:
Still think Bill could make a million bazillion dollars just giving "segue" lessons to commercial radio networks.
THIS is why I love Radio Paradise: to hear wonderful mind opening music like this.
Sounds like the soundtrack to a National Geographic series on PBS..... :sleep:
Man, right after Peter Gabriel? I am soooooo pleased. Way to go RP!!!! :daisy:
randomprime wrote:
I second this sentiment. Please, play more indigenous world music.
Agree completely. More please!
that guitar is fine
To each his own, but... no thanks.
:cool: :sunny:
acatamongus wrote:
Oh, this is nice. And I would never hear it if not for RP. Thanks, Bill!
for being born in 1901 I say you're doing pretty damn good for just finding RP...peace! :sunny:
Alafia wrote:
Oh yes, more music from all around the world please!
I second this sentiment. Please, play more indigenous world music.
Oh, this is nice. And I would never hear it if not for RP. Thanks, Bill!
resonator wrote:
Beautiful. RP never ceases to amaze me.
ditto
Oh yes, more music from all around the world please!
:yawn:
trekhead wrote:
"TABA TAMA" Why do I get the feeling this is how the Tele tubbies 'talk'.
'cause you're 6 years old or act like you are? RP's meister of xenophobic song comments...
"TABA TAMA" Why do I get the feeling this is how the Tele tubbies 'talk'.
Beautiful. RP never ceases to amaze me.
:bounce:
This is lovely stuff, but the file is mis-named. The singer is Tama and the song title is "Ta'aba".
...........And then............this.......a 3 . :(
slun wrote:
Good music - but what's with the site? Styx and Circo Massimo CD:s offered... /Stefan
Bill is a huge Styx fan!!!
Good music - but what's with the site? Styx and Circo Massimo CD:s offered... /Stefan