Which Language Makes the Best Music- POLL Watch
I've never heard german music before I know german has a stereotype of sounding quite horrible but I think it sounds nice.
I just looked up Phillip Poisel
As for English music...
Never knew there was spanish BoRhap this thread has opened my eyes to a spanish musical world id never known (but i will say i'm a die hard Enrique Iglesias fan )
To throw another language in the mix, I quite like Japanese:
Kawa no Nagare no Yoni (sung by Placido Domingo)
1:30 to get to the actual language.
(Also, gentlemen of TSR - you know you would. )
Just spanish (and english ofc). And my spanish is only up to A level . If I get an A in the exams then I can take spanish as part of my degree (I probably wont get an A, I haven't even read the bloody book )
I'm listening to a lot of their stuff now. I'm surprised I haven't heard of them before.
Yeah I've heard Gitana. A lot of the girls in my spanish class seem to be obsessed with gypsies for some reason so they have are constantly playing it
I like when english speaking artists sing in spanish as well.
Spanish of course. On the peninsular side of things there's the amazing Estopa, Cameron de la Isla, Lagarto Amarillo, Mecano, Melendi, Ska-P, El Pescao, Alejandro Sanz, Maldita Nerea.. I'm less down on Latin American music as it were, but I know a few; you have your Mexicans like Santana and Maná and even your Chicanos such as Ritchie Valens and Los Lobos.
French-wise into the usuals like Charles Aznavour, Mickey 3D, Manu Chao etc.
Italian music is after Spain. I also have a thing for French music because it's very 'chic'.
This is Camaron, a Southern Spain music legend.