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Thursday, May 11, 2006

Spanish music video a gogo : Marisol

Fantastic wacky but fun performance by Spanish yé-yé girl and international super-star Marisol from the 1965 movie "Busqueme a esa chica".

Turn up loud!

Mi pequena estrella vid

Maybe it's time for some more French yé-yé? Or should I continue my international adventure? Just let me know...


  • At 1:15 AM, Anonymous ion said…

    I'm still enjoying all the international ye-ye you're digging up, so keep 'em coming as far as I'm concerned. How about some Jamaican or Icelandic ye-ye? Surely you must have some. ;)

  • At 5:34 AM, Anonymous YEYEOHYEAH said…

    Hello Bruno
    From a purely selfish point of view i would like you to continue with the International songs as you are uncovering lots of great song nuggets like Marisol.
    All the best

  • At 9:12 AM, Anonymous robert said…

    Loved your choices so far, so i say: do it all!

  • At 7:24 AM, Blogger Bruno said…

    Hi Ion,sounds like mission impossible...exciting!Did you know that yeye means eye in Jamaican English?
    Hi yeyeohyeah,will keep going down that twisted road then... :)
    Hi Robert,I'll do it all!

  • At 11:30 AM, Blogger QQF resident said…

    I second that Bruno. Hard to leave out either "this" or "that" when both are good.

    To (teaseful) Ion: Icelandic 60s pop might be hard to find, not because it doesn't exist, but because the old vinyl records are difficult to come across. Since the country's so small reissues are more expensive and less likely to be profitable. On the other hand if anybody from Iceland read this perhaps they'd care to share? :)

    Incidentally the contemporary music scene on Iceland is quite good - it has for sure made an impression on collectors of electronica (for instance). But there are other examples as well.

    The Lady and Bird project for instance sees Keren Ann collaborating with an Icelandic musician (as I recollect it) - it's also really good (it contains a cracking fine version of the MASH theme song, plus the record has some of the funniest liner notes I've ever read - highly recommendable!)

    Possibly classifiable as modern Icelandic/French yeye...

    Yep yep :)

  • At 11:52 AM, Blogger QQF resident said…

    On second thought, I'm not so sure the song I refer to as the MASH theme song is precisely that - still here's the song performed by Keren Ann & Icelander - if anybody's curious:

  • At 11:28 AM, Blogger Bruno said…

    Hi Roar,thanks for your comment and the info,and that is the MASH theme as far as I know,very nice version btw...doesn't sound modern at all.


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