At last something for the booklovers! For a long time already I have problems with reading books. I wouldn’t call it a reader’s block but I’m just unable to open up to others’ problems (too focused on my problems now). And you know… film doesn’t require immersion, it’s not that emotional and focusing like reading a book so I can get away with it. And with reading magazines.
I hope that with my next week’s trip to Vilnius (Lithuania) and Riga (Latvia) I’ll be able to lessen up my loads. I was supposed to go there months ago, but it didn’t work out.
I did a bit of research of writers, but I’m more interested in getting info at the book fairs. Continue reading the two names that made me interested.
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Jamendo is a music website for those who want to discover indie music from around the world, for indie musicians and for businesses who would like music for their use.
Here is the 2015 best so far playlist…
What do you think about it?
I have found a nice album of Kenyan music. Legacy is an album of covers of several Kenyan songs. It’s a nice way to find out more about Kenyan musicians. And it’s free to download. Enjoy the trip.
Do you like the album?
Lack of time didn’t allow me to post earlier. Here are the songs in Eurovision 2015 semi-final 1 (19.05) that I liked. 10 songs from 10 European countries, and only one partly sang in national language – all others in English, sadly.
Eurovision is the only chance in TV to listen to singers/bands from all over the Europe (and beyond ;)). Some people say it’s kitsch, some says the festival has hardly anything in common with song quality, but I still like it and watch Eurovision whenever I can.
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30th April was the International Jazz Day. First Jazz Day was in 2012.
I’m not exactly a fan of jazz. I agree with Henry Morgan from Forever that jazz lacks melody and harmony. Usually I can listen to jazz when it’s mostly piano or mixed with traditional music.
Here are some melodies that got my approval.
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