Polish folk. Stylized and rather modern, but with an interesting hint of the original sound.
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hmmmm... Like you, I never really payed attention to the lyrics. (I had to watch/read it twice, and google a few terms: "walrus gumboot"?)I have to admit, I never quite understood the lyrics of this Beatles song. Now that I found this video which spells them out, I understand them perfectly.
Come Together. (BTW, if you don't add text for the title and artist/band, it can't be searched.)
Yes. "Gumboot" means "about gum". The inversion is due to the French influence on Canadian.
You're welcome. I wish I could share my insights aboot this song, but it's just too complex for me to express.Thank you South West. I needed a good laugh.
I like that one, great voice, great singing! And good song too, I think. And I found a semi-live version of it here:This is a lot more pop-ish than I usually like, but I still like it! She's very young, only 16, but her voice is deep like an older woman's.
I heard this song on the radio the day after Lisab posted it, on my way to work.I like that one, great voice, great singing! And good song too, I think. And I found a semi-live version of it here:
I remember the movie, but not this song.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oCLpLWcX2cg
From a few years back.
Funny, I don't remember the movie but I remember the song! And not just remember it. It plays in my head at random times maybe a couple times a month. Just one of those 'stick with ya' songs.I remember the movie, but not this song.
I also remember very little about the movie.Funny, I don't remember the movie but I remember the song! And not just remember it. It plays in my head at random times maybe a couple times a month. Just one of those 'stick with ya' songs.
Now about the movie...I remember I really liked it. Looks like I have to do some searching...
Antonio Ávila Escobedo said:No fancy lightting effects
No special effects.
Just a guitar and (real) talent.
How do you follow a car ad? With some bluegrass of course! The Earl Scruggs Band with Steve Martin playing Foggy Mountain Breakdown. Saturns were made in Tennessee.I don't think that the band Sound Cage ever made a full version of Higher (or Higher Ground?), so all there is this version for a car commercial. I've read somewhere that it was also used in the movie Jumper.