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Album: Re-Foc
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and more tasty stuff.............{#Dancingbanana}
Same old story with R & G, huge display of technique, but songs are boring. It's a musical cul-de-sac.
 pgarner wrote:
gypsy jazz - heavy metal fusion...? weird but cool!
 

Rodrigos musical roots are in metal.
 conglif wrote:

(For example, a "House Cat" and a "Cat House" are NOT the same thing!)
 
{#Tongue}
  
...But there are no problems (only opportunities). 


The cats woud like to know where you're going with this...
 

 conglif wrote:
(For example, a "House Cat" and a "Cat House" are NOT the same thing!)
 
{#Tongue}


vive la différence!

Love this pair of musicians oh so very much.
Refreshing and vibrant. Great musicianship!!!
Hooray!  Something other than Diablo Rojo......
Gonna make this the last comment for now...thankyou for continues great music....
This is just pure classic....ME DU LUV EM...{#Clap}        {#Daisy}        {#Clap}

Rodrigo y Gabriela 003 by ~krakow87
Kate Krakow  ©2006-2010 ~krakow87

Rodrigo y Gabriela @ the Global Union Music Festival 09/17/06



cool flamenco...


I feel the need to grasp a rose between my teeth and strut around the room making elaborate gestures with my arms. Good job I'm not at work!
They have a new album, amusingly named 11:11.
This is quite delightful!

(How have I missed this before?)


 ziggytrix wrote:

Only in English can you drum on a drum, fiddle with a fiddle, but cannot guitar a guitar.

Our language is maddeningly pedantic.

 
...And yet, pedantically maddening!

(For example, a "House Cat" and a "Cat House" are NOT the same thing!)
 
{#Tongue}
  
...But there are no problems (only opportunities).
 
(Pete did alright by it, anyway):
 
Face the face, got to face the face

We've got to judge the judge
Got to find the finds
We've got to scheme the schemes
Have to line the lines
We must stake the stakes
And show the shown

We must take the takes
And know the known
Try to place the place
Where we can face the face.
We got to face the face
Try to place the place
Where we can face the face
Face the face, got to face the face.
Face the face, got to face the face.

We got to plan the plans
We got to rule the rules
We got to stand the stands
We got to fight the fight
We must fall the falls
We got to light the light
We got to call the calls
We must race the race
So we can face the face
We got to race the race
We must race the race
So we can face the face

Face the face
We got to face the face
We got to race the race

We've got to judge the judge
We got to find the finds
We've got to scheme the schemes
We got to line the lines
We got to fight the fight
We got to fall the falls
We got to light the light
We got to call the calls
Try to place the place
Where we can face the face.
We got to face the face.....
Try to place the place
Where we can face the face.
Try to place the place
Where we can face the face.

We must race the race
So we can face the face.
We got to race the race
We must race the race.
So we can face the face
We got to face the face
We got to race the race


 garoo1980 wrote:
Is guitaring really a word? If it is its awesome, if it isn't it really should be
 
Only in English can you drum on a drum, fiddle with a fiddle, but cannot guitar a guitar.

Our language is maddeningly pedantic.

This duo can't miss.
Thank you RP

Dahnyul wrote:
Hmmm. I was braining this as I was carring my way to work this morning. I was earing some music and brained to myself, "If only we could brain up some words to describe actions. We could mouth them 'verbs'.
"describe" is a verb. But nice nevertheless.
Dahnyul wrote:
Hmmm. I was braining this as I was carring my way to work this morning. I was earing some music and brained to myself, "If only we could brain up some words to describe actions. We could mouth them 'verbs'.
verbing weirds language
i just want to get on the subway
Good sarcasming! Dahnyul wrote:
Hmmm. I was braining this as I was carring my way to work this morning. I was earing some music and brained to myself, "If only we could brain up some words to describe actions. We could mouth them 'verbs'.
garoo1980 wrote:
Is guitaring really a word? If it is its awesome, if it isn't it really should be
Hmmm. I was braining this as I was carring my way to work this morning. I was earing some music and brained to myself, "If only we could brain up some words to describe actions. We could mouth them 'verbs'.
I saw them open for Guster recently. I've never seen an opening act play an encore until Gabriela Y Rodrigo. Fantastic performance.
kream wrote:
Excellent stuff, very nice guitaring.
Is guitaring really a word? If it is its awesome, if it isn't it really should be
Excellent stuff, very nice guitaring.
Nice guitar work
Do you two know each other? :guitarist: :boohoo:
Stoo wrote:
Fantastic to hear Rodrigo y Gabriela on Radio Paradise. A VERY welcome addition. One of my very favourite Live artistes - Seen them about five times now, and each time just gets better and better. For those worried about a possible overproduced feel to this particular track, then I suggest checking out their 'Live in Manchester and Paris' album, which perfectly captures the electric atmosphere of RobGab concert.
I can imagine that seeing them live would be great. However I can't see buying a CD of theirs and listening to it non-stop.
Fantastic to hear Rodrigo y Gabriela on Radio Paradise. A VERY welcome addition. One of my very favourite Live artistes - Seen them about five times now, and each time just gets better and better. For those worried about a possible overproduced feel to this particular track, then I suggest checking out their 'Live in Manchester and Paris' album, which perfectly captures the electric atmosphere of RobGab concert.
gypsy jazz - heavy metal fusion...? weird but cool!
Ok, at the end gets better....
its got me hooked
Sorry but I don't like it...between a typical soft sound radio tune and then jazzy..tango..Gipsy...
What a fantastic duo - great music!
squidish wrote:
I can't decide if it's fun, eye eye eye, or overproduced. Makes me want to hop around, tho. :bananajam:
Totally. I didn't even notice I was movin' and shakin' in my seat to this. :cheesygrin:
I can't decide if it's fun, eye eye eye, or overproduced. Makes me want to hop around, tho. :bananajam:
Good Stuff!
Ole!