Rebecca Raw is a British singer/songwriter whose songs are a unique blend of pop, soul and folk elements. Growing up in suburban London, Rebecca began learning the cello at the age of seven and shortly after, picked up the clarinet too. 268 more words
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„Ja, ja, ja“ este o melodie antrenantă compusă de Đorđe Novković pe versuri scrise de Faruk Buljubašić Fayo și înregistrată de cântăreața croată Danijela Martinović (fosta solistă a trupei Magazin, 1991-1996) pentru albumul ei de studio “Pleši Sa Mnom”, lansat în 2001. 243 more words
“99 de cumătri” (“99 Christenings”) is a Moldavian folk song orchestrated by Francisc Reiter and peerlessly performed by Ioana Sandu.
Ioana Sandu, originally from Câmpina, a city in Prahova county, Romania, a true preserver of Balkan legacy, an incontestable ambassador of Romanian pop-folk songs worldwide, being one of the best voices of present days who distinguishes herself by her classy stage presence and her rich and varied repertoire, from pop love ballads to folk songs and party music, proves once again that her place among the most idolized artists is due to her voice sensitivity and her deepest desire to send emotions through her songs. 26 more words
“Ja, ja, ja” is an exhilarating song composed by Đorđe Novković with lyrics written by Faruk Buljubašić Fayo and recorded by the Croatian singer Danijela Martinović (former vocalist of the most popular band Magazin,1991-1996) for her 2001 album studio “Pleši Sa Mnom” released by Croatia Records for Croatia, Avalon Produkcija for Macedonia and Grand Production for Bosnia & Herzegovina. 136 more words