Monday, June 13, 2005

Music Monday #8

Past Music Mondays:

Music Monday - #1
Music Monday - #2
Music Monday - #3
Music Monday - #4
Music Monday - #5
Music Monday - #6
Music Monday - #7


Lyric Of The Week:

Besame Mucho - by Consuelo Valasquez


Free MP3 Download of the week:

Look, I know it's a repeat, but you didn't download this one when I told you to the first time, did you? Well, go do it, now. I'll wait.

Lua - Bright Eyes.



Three great podcasts at I'm Smarter Than You


Ever asked yourself what a medieval Black Sabbath band might sound like? Me neither. But Estonian band Rondellus did. From their website:

“Sabbatum” is a tribute album like no other – 12 Black Sabbath classic songs played by early music band Rondellus and sung in Latin language.

Can You imagine what Black Sabbath would have sounded like if Ozzy Osbourne, Tony Iommi, Geezer Butler and Bill Ward would have formed the band in the 14th century? Would “War Pigs” or “The Wizard” have been as powerful if played on medieval instruments like lute, fiddle and harp?

Curious? So was Rondellus, the renowned Estonian medieval music band. They took 12 Black Sabbath classics and turned them into something totally unheard.

You don’t have to take history lessons to get the feeling. It’s all on the new CD Rondellus recorded – “Sabbatum”. An amazing collection of Black Sabbath tunes played on medieval instruments and sung in Latin language.


Jezzy offers up yet another annotated compilation CD track listing.


1 comment:

Jezzy said...

Loved Lua.

And thanks for the link, my friend.