The title of this blog comes from a Gaelic expression -"putting on the poor mouth"-which means to exaggerate the direness of one's situation in order to gain time or favour from creditors.
Interesting!!!!! I enjoyed them immensely!
Very fascinating.I did listen to all the 3.You know what?I'm sitting here with the same positive mood.In some ways all the songs and melodies do have some basics common, also to Irish music. I not able to explain how, but they all put me in the same mood.btw. Last week, after the Vernissage in Essen, we danced to Tukish music. That was fun.
Glad you liked them KayAzam Ali is Iranaian, Arcana Swedish and Rajna French. There are similarities, particularly the use of teh hammered dulcimer. THe Turkish dancing mist have been fun I'm sure Tor
Exotic. Didn't know about the dulcimer. I looked at Vikipedia. Wish I could try it...Azam Ali has a velvety voice. Le Serpent Rouge is hypnotic. Really nice, Jams. Different (for me!)Thanks!
Thanks Welshcakes!Glad you like the music Claudia. I love this sort of sound myself
Happy birthday, Jams!Here's to you!
Aww thanks Sean!
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I'm glad you like the Poor Mouth. Haste ye back!
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