Saturday, February 04, 2006

Bocas

People use their mouths for various usages.
For shouting, singing, cheering, sobbing, reciting …etc

Muslims nowadays prefer to shout, while Spaniards prefer to sing.
On the other hand, Kuwaitis are exchanging their rumours as “proven” predictions, some are shouting though. (expats included)


Today is the last day of Madrid’s Flamenco Festival. Tomorrow will be the last day of Seville’s Flamenco Fashion Show.

And here, I’m imagining flamenco’s rhythmical claps and steps, as well as the steps of a new Crown Prince and a new Prime minister.

That’s when I remembered NiñA Pastori’s (interview2002interview2004)De boca en boca”.

She sings:
De boca en boca van
de boca en boca van
saltando los rumores

my lousy translation:
“Rumours are jumping from mouth to mouth”.

Download “De Boca en boca
(Temporary link)

2 comments:

Ms.Baker said...

iDip-

Thanks so much for that lovely song :)

I love Latino music. Flamenco is so romantic, but my fave is Cuban.

MsB

The Stallion said...

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