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The kitchen café / Re: Do You Remember Marseille? #danceathome
« Last post by JimByrne on Today at 19:14:28 »
Great work @JimByrne

You did it!   :D   You made it happen, dancers and all!  :ok:

I did. :-)  Ther are more dancers out there than you think. LOL
Jim
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Songs for review / Re: 'totgekocht' Dutchbeat and Mo
« Last post by Mo on Today at 18:53:00 »
and yes @Mo sings about food , she can explain the main story of the lyrics she wrote in German (added with some latin terms)... :o :o :o :o

Ok as you wish @Dutchbeat   ;)

The lyrics basically sourced in a little true event but of course  for the song got overdrawed much and wided  up to have enough stuff for 'a story'

The main lyrics in a whole where

( german) totgekocht

Die Familie ist versammelt
die  runde Tafel reich gedeckt
Gestern schon massiert
das Fleisch mit Trocken Rubb
Der Weber Grill dampft seit Stunden.
Vorgesorgt, das Bier wird auch nicht knapp
Oma nimmt zwar lieber Sekt
hey, was solls?
Leute hebt die Gläser!
die Matura-Feier wird perfekt!


Dicke  Schwaden
steigen zu den Nasen
Viel Geschwafel,
manchmal auch ein flacher Witz
Der Magen knurrt
Dips sind schon auf dem Teller
Gleich gibt es sie, die fetten Ribs!


Mea culpa,
mea maxima culpa!
Mama hat das Fleisch totgekocht!

Tante Barbara büßt 'nen Zahn,
Jens versucht sich auch noch dran.
Als ob er es nicht wusste,
beisst Papa  in die harte Kruste
Sandra säbelt, sägt und tut
Oh, nur Onkel Werner findets gut!


Mea culpa,
mea maxima culpa!
Mama hat das Fleisch totgekocht!


In Trauer um das tote Schwein
 sehen sie einander an
oder auf die Handy-Uhr
Opa holt 2 Flaschen Wodka ran
So nimmt es nun einjähes Ende
diese schöne Esskultur.



Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version) to english:

Cooked to death

The family is assembled
the round table richly set
Yesterday already massaged
the meat with dry rub
The Weber Grill has been steaming for hours.
Prepared, the beer is already not scarce
Grandma would rather have champagne
hey, what the hell?
People, raise your glasses!
the graduation ceremony will be perfect!


Big swaths
go up to the noses
A lot of gibberish,
sometimes also a flat joke
The stomach growls,
The dips are already on the plate
The fat ribs are coming!

My guilt,
my big guilt!
Mama boiled the meat to death!

Aunt Barbara lost a tooth,
Jens is also trying to do it.
As if he didn't know,
bites Daddy heartily into the hard crust
Sandra sabers, saws and does
Oh, only Uncle Werner thinks it's good!

My guilt,
my big guilt!
Mama boiled the meat to death!


In mourning for the dead pig
they look at each other
or on the cell phone watch
Grandpa's getting 2 bottles of vodka
So it comes to an abrupt end
this beautiful food culture.

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In a second track I sung
Piper Nigra ( black pepper)
Canumm pubescens ( Chilli)
Laurus nobilis (Laurel)


A big part oft the main lyrics/ vocals got chopped and not used but that was  totally fine and didn't harmed my poetically heart to much ;D.  because this was the plan with this rather trival lyrics about food.
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Songs for review / Re: 'totgekocht' Dutchbeat and Mo
« Last post by Dutchbeat on Today at 17:46:43 »
@Bill from November Sound , i try to sing: "you are as orange as a peach" and later on...."i need some bleech (blee..bleep..blee... beep..bleech)  ;D ;D ;D

and yes @Mo sings about food , she can explain the main story of the lyrics she wrote in German (added with some latin terms)... :o :o :o :o
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@Mora Amaro La Loba ....thank you so much for those kind words. I am smiling about the strings and the bass as they both were uncertainties until very near to the end.

thank you for listening.
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dang @Dutchbeat  … did you say "you're as orange as a peel."  ?!?  :shinyteeth:   :D   I love it!

What a cool production @Mo  and @Dutchbeat    … it's so epic … but it's about food?!? It's so crazy cool!

Nice work!  :ok:
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Songs for review / Re: new song
« Last post by Bill from November Sound on Today at 17:20:20 »
Hi @Matt 45  …. welcome back to the kitchen!

Nice tight sound on this production!  I like the "used to look back" hook. It is reminiscent of great classic rock tunes.

btw - because for many here English is a second or third language …. posting lyrics is really helpful! If you could.  :)
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sorry .. one more thing  …. I like the way it ends like a question.
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Not the best song reviewer here … @Monty Cash Music  … this is good, though! I love this song idea and I really feel your performance.  Nice job!   :thumbsup:
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Great work @JimByrne

You did it!   :D   You made it happen, dancers and all!  :ok:
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The kitchen café / Do You Remember Marseille? #danceathome
« Last post by JimByrne on Today at 15:56:33 »
#danceathome It's finally here: 'Do You Remember Marseille?'.

 

You can get a free download of the song on condition that you donate to the, Food From The Wood Project. 

Download the song: https://jimbyrne.bandcamp.com/track/do-you-remember-marseille

Donate to the Food From The Wood Project:
https://www.crowdfunder.co.uk/food-from-the-wood-project-meals-on-wheels?fbclid=IwAR3w4eO5kp4mY20Rsv5ohWbwiLjK7VP8_B7qGixKzAfVLRmTdYD3wxIh7M4

Even if you decide not to download the song, please donate to the project.

To you, the dancer in this video
Thank you. You are a star. 🙂

You have helped to raise money for the Food from the Wood project, providing food packages and supplies to those who are in desperate need due to the COVID-19 crisis.

Dancers, in order of appearance:
Basia Palka
Pat Weir
Duglas T Stewart
Linda Jaxson
Freya & Sian O'Nell
Michaela Foster Marsh
Pat Byrne
Anne, Andrew & Sean Robertson
Tom & Jane Fairnie
Robert Ruthven
Gail Jennings
Ann Morgan
Louise Welsh
Sarah & Jacob Young
Aileen McIllaney
Zoe Strachan
Lucillia Weir
Craig Munro
Minnie (the cat)

Thanks to you all,
Jim

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