We all know how our eyes can easily be deceived, as there are a lot of visual illusions that trick our eyes. But, it turns out our ears can be deceived too. We can easily be fooled into hearing something that actually isn’t there. ASAPScience published an amazing video about audio illusions.
Dutch singer and musical star Petra Berger sings “Eres Todo Para Mí” from her 2001 album “Eternal Woman”. Composed & produced by Jeroen Englebert, this song is about Juana la Loca (1479 – 1555) “Joanna the mad”, queen of Castile from 1504 and of Aragon from 1516.
A beautiful duet by Marc Almond, the English singer-songwriter and Gene Pitney, the American singer-songwriter: “Something’s Gotten Hold Of My Heart”, a 1989 music video.
Pink Martini performs the popular song “Sway” from their sixth album “Get Happy” which released on September 24, 2013, under the band’s own label, Heinz Records. This is not the official video, but I liked it, especially the performance of the roller skater. And one of the best versions of the song (sung by Storm …
Nat King Cole sings L-O-V-E, a song recorded for his album of the same name (1965). It was composed by the German orchestra leader, multi-instrumentalist, music producer, arranger, and composer Bert Kaempfert (16 October 1923 – 21 June 1980), with lyrics by Milt Gabler, the American record producer (May 20, 1911 – July 20, 2001). …
“Thalassa” is a beautiful song by the Greek singer-songwriter Yiannis Parios. Thalassa \th(a)-lassa, thal(as)-sa\ is a girl’s name is of Greek origin, and the meaning of Thalassa is “sea, ocean” the personification of the sea.
Spanish pop singer Luz Casal sings “Piensa En Mi”, a 1935 song written by Mexican singer, actor and songwriter Agustín Lara and his sister María Teresa Lara.
Les Champs-Élysées is a reprise of the song “Waterloo Road” written by Michael Deighan and composed by Michael Wilshaw. It is interpreted by the British group Jason Crest in 1968. The title is adapted from the French lyricist Pierre Delanoë. Here it is sung by Joe Dassin, the American-born French singer-songwriter (November 5, 1938 – …
Chilean instrumental and vocal folk music ensemble Inti-Illimani Histórico performs Llanto de luna (Crying Moon), a “bolero” (see notes 1) by the popular Cuban music director, pianist, composer and arranger Julio Gutiérrez (January 12, 1918 – December 15, 1990). Live performance from their 2006 album named “Esencial”.
“Poisson rouge” is a beautiful song by Saint Privat, a group formed in 2002 by singer Valérie Sajdik and electronica musician Klaus Waldeck, named after the village of Saint-Privat in France, where Valérie decided to live. From the band’s 2006 album named “Superflu”. Paintings by Christian Asuh, the Korean artist.