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WHY HIDE YOURSELF, IF NO ONE WANTS TO SEE YOU? – Sebastián Teysera: The admirer of Bob Dylan, Extremoduro, The Clash.

To become lead singer of rock band. It is a vibrant city, full of cafés and bookshops. Here, you can experience the “old town” with its restaurants. Do not forget: Uruguayan cuisine on offer makes Montevideo a great foodie destination. Entering a tiny pastry shop and café in the Pocitos neighborhood, you will discover Doña Inés Dulces Tentaciones http://tusdulcestentaciones.wix.com/dona-ines and …

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THE ASIAS’S QUEEN OF SONGS – Pilita Corrales

When a creative act become a signature song. Lahug (Cebu City) was an area that covered by a vast expanse of trees. Here, a businessperson built a fashionable residential district, The Beverly Hills. Just here was born a famous Filippino singer. What to do? Panglao Island Tour https://www.cebucitytour.com/bohol-tour-packages/panglao-island-tour/ takes you until its well known white sand beaches. Also Oslob waiting …

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SINGING LOVE, COMRADESHIP AND LOVE FOR THE HOMELAND – Phan Huynh Dieu: revered musician of Vietnamese revolutionary music.

When love for the homeland it is a major source of inspiration. Its proximity to the Hai Van Pass and the Marble Mountains make it a great place to explore. From the 16th century, this town has steadily grown, becoming a large shipbuilding site in the 19th century. The absolute best things to do in Da Nang? Americans it used …

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NO ONE ELSE COMES CLOSE – Lemmy /A real rock ‘n’ roll hero.

To die, after a big birthday party at the Whisky a Go Go. He saw the Beatles perform when he was sixteen, learning to play along on guitar to their first album: Please Please Me. Ian Fraser Kilmister was born into a December day, 1945 in Stoke-on-Trent and growing up between there and later Anglesey, he was influenced by early …

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THE GREEK WHO SANG WITH BRITNEY – Annett Artani / Influences of singing in Gospel, as well as listening rock music.

Interest and love for music at a young age. Here you can visit the Sri Maha Vallabha Ganapati Devasthanam (the oldest Hindu temple in the United States). It is a neighborhood in the New York City borough of Queens. While much of the neighborhood is residential, Downtown Flushing is now a large commercial and retail area. Something unforgettable? The Unisphere …

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DREAM IT POSSIBLE – Jane Zhang / It is not until you fall that you fly.

One World, One Dream. Giant Panda Research Base that puts this town on the map for travellers, but there are so many more things to do in Chengdu, such as Jialebi (an area bursting with bars and clubs). Just a place for peace and quiet? You can visit the Du Fu Thatched Cottage (one of the greatest Chinese poets), where …

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LATENT MUSICAL TALENTS EMERGED IN ICELAND

Instrumental music (in the usual sense of that term) didn’t exist. Due to Iceland’s isolation centuries of musical development (on the European continent), had gone unnoticed. When the new music found its way to Iceland, the population proved to be more receptive. Latent creative talents soon emerged. In the 1980’s, Icelandic music was on the world music map with the emergence of …

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IN THE HIDDEN CHANNELS OF THE MIND – The musical surrealism

The surrealist aesthetic, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uYxWRXIbWoU according to the flow of the unconscious, is based on the juxtaposition of meanings. The musical surrealism expresses psychic automatism, to express in any way vthe actual functioning of thought, outside of any aesthetic and moral. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1e8hYLUAfGc The surrealistic events, including the critical rationality and the conscious liberation of the unconscious imaginative potentials, in order to achieve …

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