Friday, December 5, 2008

Things.

So, I got married. That was one thing. It took awhile. And there was work. Etc., etc.

Another thing was that I started a post on the Gnawa and realized I knew next to nothing about them that couldn't be found in liner notes or on the web. From my point of view, if you're gonna post something, go ahead and post something. So, I bought a book on the Gnawa, and, let me tell you, I ain't read it yet. And I'm gonna, but, hey, the Gnawa ain't goin' nowhere.

Africa, however, waits for no man. I re-upped BBC's Story of Africa special here:

http://febigdrum.blogspot.com/2007/12/holiday-interlude.html

Back soon, I hope. Happy Holidays.

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glad to see you back, though...

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Anonymous said...

Hí Friend,
PlS,need your help. You know the name of this song and the the orchestra. remember has submitted in your blog some Arabic music. I wonder if the melody is Arabic.

http://www.mediafire.com/?n5qru89zfsfq52g

http://www.sendspace.com/file/3kxe8u

http://www.zshare.net/download/7863543771b2a556/

thanks for your information.

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Alexis Galeano Toro
U.S.A California

Essays on African Music said...

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Essay on African Music