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Well, this song certainly doesn't have quite the same message as the one above, but it's a fun video to watch, filmed in Queretaro. These are 2 Mexican singers, Reyli Barba and Joan Sebastian, each well known in their own right, different generations, collaborating on this.

Here are the words. I find translating these songs that they sound much better in Spanish than English - or maybe I'm just not poetic enough in my translations. And some words just don't translate well - infeliz literally means unhappy, but can be used as a noun to refer to someone else, in this case the "other guy" that the girl went off with.

Y que me traigan mas botella.
para quitarme este sabor de su sudor
y que me apunten en la cuenta
toda la desgracia que dejo
Que no quieres nada mas de mi
que te fuiste con ese infeliz


And let them bring me another bottle
To get rid of the taste of her sweat
And put on my bill
all the desgracia (misfortune/bad events) which she left
Now you want nothing more to do with me
And you went off with this infeliz (another guy)

que importa (como dice como dice) que importa
que me va a matar la depresión
que me voy a vivir en el alcohol


What does it matter (as they say), what does it matter
That this depression is going to kill me
That I’m going to live in alcohol

que importa (como dice como dice) que importa
que te fuiste sin decir adios
que no dormirás en mi colchón


What does it matter (as they say), what does it matter
That you went without saying goodbye
That you won’t be sleeping in my bed

que importa (como dice como dice) que importa
que ensuciaste mi reputacion
que te vale madres este amor
que importa (como dice como dice) que importa


What does it matter (as they say), what does it matter
That you stained my reputation
That this love was worthless to you
What does it matter (as they say), what does it matter

que te quise demasiado... y que nadie te ha querido como yo
asi es la vida ... de caprichosa
a veces negra
a veces color rosa
asi es la vida ... jacarandosa
te quita te pone te sube te baja y a veces te lo da


I loved you too much … nobody has loved you like me
That's how life is … capricious
Sometimes black, sometimes the colour of roses
That's how life is … jacarandosa (lively, spirited, merry, jolly)
It takes, it gives, it lifts you up, it brings you down and sometimes it gives it to you


Que me desangraste el corazon
que me hara justicia la nacion
que importa (como dice como dice) que importa
que tu vida es como un carnaval
que tarde o temprano volverá
que importa (como dice como dice) que importa


You bled my heart dry
Let the nation do me justice
What does it matter (as they say), what does it matter
That your life is like a carnival
that sooner or later will return
What does it matter (as they say), what does it matter

que te quise demasiado... y que nadie te ha querido como yo
asi es la vida
de caprichosa
a veces negraaa
a veces color rosa
asi es la vida
jacarandosa
te quita te pone te sube te baja y a veces te lo da



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Infeliz= Miserable, jerk, scoundrel

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Thanks, Gary. Sometimes I know exactly what something means in Spanish and just can't come up with an equivalent in English.

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[QUOTE=ojosazules11;5045986]This concert by Linda Ronstadt showcases beautiful traditional Mexican music and folkloric dance. I recently watched it with my husband, and he got a bit teary, remembering his mom singing some of these songs in his childhood.

I'd like to interject something here, ojos. I was a gringo journalist in mexico back in the 80s when Ronstandt released what I believe was her first album of Spanish music and she came down to Mexico City to promote it. I was just a bystander when the Mexican media brutalized her, but it was something to see.

She came down so proud to be showing off her Spanish music, talking about her father, born in Mexico, I think, but a U.S. lawman, I vaguely remember. The media event was probably at some fancy hotel, in a private reception room. There was Linda, a few handlers, about 15 Mexican journalists, a few gringos like me.

If I recall, Linda spoke almost none or no Spanish. Her handlers gave the presentation in Spanish, she smiled and nodded at everyone. They may have played a few tunes on what was still records in those days. Then opened the floor for what Linda clearly believed would be a love fest.

"What gives YOU the belief that you can sing Mexican music?"

"Aren't you just a silly American rock'n'roll star?"

"Isn't it true that since you're getting old, that you've lost your popularity in the United States and only want to revive your career by leeching onto Mexican music?"

"How can you say you understand Mexican music when you don't even speak Spanish?"

And so on and so forth. She was in actual tears within 10 minutes and her handlers escorted her away. It was brutal.

I have to say, I witnessed Mexicans brutalizing other "vaunted" foreign stars, not only in music. I covered Boris Becker at the height of his poses playing a qualifying round of Davis Cup with Mexico in Mexico City.

The Germans won the first two sets and thought they were on their way, but the Mexicans opened it up on the doubles play, continually bombarding the court with cushions beer bottles and loads and loads of curses, unnerving the two Germans who soon lost.

The Mexicans unleashed every thing on the next two singles games, hurling everything non stop all afternoon. Becker and the other German withered under the fire and Mexico triumphed.

I'll always remember Becker at the final news conference. "We can only talk a moment because we have to get out of here as soon as possible. Our lives are in danger. Is this normal behavior in Mexico? I've never had such an experience in my life!"

But oh, I love Mexican music and carooned very off key with my Mexican buddies to "volver, volver" and other classics more times than I remember, cuz a Mama Tequila.


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Here's a song by 3 fantastic singers, Niña Pastori, Lila Downs, Soledad Postorutti, from Spain, Mexico (and USA), and Argentina, respectively. Each one is a well known singer in her own right, but this collaboration is beautiful, both to listen to and watch.

It's called "La Raíz de mi Tierra" (The Root of my Land).
I'm including the Spanish lyrics. Sorry, I don't have time today to translate the whole song. If anyone else wants to translate it, feel free. The refrain is:

I am seeking where I come from
Because I've gotten lost
I am seeking where I come from
This is where my roots are.



Busco de dónde vengo
Que me perdí,
Busco de dónde vengo
Que aquí está mi raíz.

Qué será de mí, si no estás ahí,
Vengo como un sueño, que siempre creí…
Si no te tengo aquí, cerquita de mí,
Para que me arropes y pueda seguir.

Quiero estar ahí
Si la isla duerme,
Quiero ver las olas
Cuando el mar despierte,
Y llevar tu aire
Dentro de mi sangre.

Para darme tiempo
En el ritmo y hondura
Una voz sedienta
Llena de emoción.

Yo te traigo esta noche
La raíz de mi tierra,
Yo te traigo los versos
Tres personas que sueñan,
Te regalo el aroma y el sabor de mi tierra.

Te regalo tiempo en el ritmo y hondura
Una voz sedienta llena de emoción.

Yo te traigo esta noche
La raíz de mi tierra,
Yo te traigo los versos
Tres personas que sueñan,
Te regalo el aroma y el sabor de mi tierra,
Traigo mi raíz.

Busco de dónde vengo
Que me perdí,
Busco de dónde vengo
Que aquí está mi raíz.

Por qué te perdiste niña
Si tu casa es por aquí,
Aquí está tu raza y vida,
De tu ombligo la raíz.

Aquí está tu raza y vida,
De tu ombligo la raíz.

Con hambre me fui yo lejos,
Hambre de buscar verdad,
Primero perdí mi rumbo
Hoy me vuelvo a encaminar,
Primero perdí mi rumbo
Hoy me vuelvo a encaminar.

Ya le puedo cantar a la que a mí me parió,
Ya no me siento invisible,
Ya puedo ser quien soy yo.

Busco de dónde vengo
Que me perdí,
Busco de dónde vengo
Que aquí está mi raíz.

Soy parte de ti
Te llevo en la sangre,
Si una vez me fui
Fue para extrañarte,
Siempre vuelvo a ti
No puedo negarte,
Tu mi parte oculta
Yo tu parte avante.

Cuando llegue mi tiempo
Quiero volver a tu vientre,
Seré una nueva semilla
Llena de sueños urgentes…
Seré una nueva semilla
Llena de sueños urgentes.

Busco de dónde vengo
Que me perdí,
Busco de dónde vengo
Que aquí está mi raíz.

Yo te traigo esta noche
La raíz de mi tierra,
Yo te traigo los versos
Tres personas que sueñan,
Te regalo el aroma y el sabor de mi tierra,
Traigo mi raíz.



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Given that Cuba has been much discussed on the forum in the past couple of days, here's a song by Silvio Rodriguez, a well-known (in Latin America) Cuban singer/songwriter, of the Nueva Trova genre. Silvio is very poetic and metaphorical in his writing, and not easy to translate, but I gave it a try anyway. Spanish lyrics are first, followed by English.

Si no creyera en la locura
de la garganta del sinsonte
si no creyera que en el monte
se esconde el trino y la pavura.

Si no creyera en la balanza
en la razón del equilibrio
si no creyera en el delirio
si no creyera en la esperanza.

Si no creyera en lo que agencio
si no creyera en mi camino
si no creyera en mi sonido
si no creyera en mi silencio.

Qué cosa fuera,
qué cosa fuera la maza sin cantera.
Un amasijo hecho de cuerdas y tendones,
un revoltijo de carne con madera,
un instrumento sin mejores resplandores,
que lucecitas montadas para escena.

Qué cosa fuera, corazón, qué cosa fuera,
qué cosa fuera la maza sin cantera.
Un testaferro del traidor de los aplausos,
un servidor de pasado en copa nueva,
un eternizador de dioses del ocaso,
júbilo hervido con trapo y lentejuela.

Qué cosa fuera, corazón, qué cosa fuera,
qué cosa fuera la maza sin cantera.
Qué cosa fuera, corazón, qué cosa fuera,
qué cosa fuera la maza sin cantera.

Si no creyera en lo más duro
si no creyera en el deseo
si no creyera en lo que creo
si no creyera en algo puro.

Si no creyera en cada herida
si no creyera en la que ronde
si no creyera en lo que esconde
hacerse hermano de la vida.

Si no creyera en quien me escucha
si no creyera en lo que duele
si no creyera en lo que quede
si no creyera en lo que lucha.

Ay, qué cosa fuera,
qué cosa fuera la maza sin cantera.
Un amasijo hecho de cuerdas y tendones,
un revoltijo de carne con madera,
un instrumento sin mejores resplandores,
que lucecitas montadas para escena.

Qué cosa fuera, corazón, qué cosa fuera,
qué cosa fuera la maza sin cantera.
Un testaferro del traidor de los aplausos,
un servidor de pasado en copa nueva.

Qué cosa fuera, corazón, qué cosa fuera,
qué cosa fuera la maza sin cantera.
Un eternizador de dioses del ocaso,
júbilo hervido con trapo y lentejuela.

Qué cosa fuera, corazón, qué cosa fuera,
qué cosa fuera la maza sin cantera.
Qué cosa fuera, corazón, qué cosa fuera,
qué cosa fuera la maza sin cantera.



If I didn’t believe in the madness
of the mockingbird’s song,
If I didn’t believe that hidden in the forest
There is both birdsong and that which we fear,
If I didn’t believe in balance,
In the logic of equilibrium,
If I didn’t believe in delirium,
If I didn’t believe in hope,
If I didn’t believe in what I do,
If I didn’t believe in my own path,
If I didn’t believe in my sound,
If I didn’t believe in my silence,

REFRAIN:
What would I be? (alt. translation "What would it be?")
Of what use would a mallet be without a quarry?** (see explanation below)
A jumble of cords and tendons, a mishmash of flesh and wood,
An instrument with no more brilliance
than tiny lights set up for the stage.
What would I be, my heart, what would I be?
What would the mallet be without a quarry?
A front man to the traitor of applause,
A servant of the past in a new cup,
An eternalizer of the gods of decadence (decay, decline),
Jubilee simmered with rags and spangles.

If I didn’t believe in that which is hardest,
If I didn’t believe in longing,
If I didn’t believe in that which I believe,
If I didn’t believe in something pure.

If I didn’t believe in each wound,
If I didn’t believe in that which goes around (circles),
If I didn’t believe in that which is hidden
to become a brother to life.

If I didn’t believe in those who hear me,
If I didn’t believe in that which hurts,
If I didn’t believe in that which remains,
If I didn’t believe in that which struggles…

(REFRAIN repeats)

**In an interview Silvio explains he and his guitar, his art, are the mallet, and the "quarry" from where he "mines" his music includes the lived experiences of his people. Without this source of inspiration, what good is the mallet (the singer/songwriter and his guitar). He states this song is about the "raison d'être" of an artist, his commitment, of not being seduced by artifice or superficialities that often are part of a stage show.



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To brighten up a Saturday, which in Toronto is currently grey, rainy and chilly, here is the "Reina de la Salsa" (Queen of Salsa), Celia Cruz.

She was 75 yrs old at this performance in 2001. There is a Mexican mariachi band accompanying her.

I've translated it as well.

La Vida Es Un Carnaval
Celia Cruz

Todo aquél que piensa que la vida es desigual
Tiene que saber que no es así
Que la vida es una hermosura, hay que vivirla
Todo aquel que piensa que está solo y que está mal
Tiene que saber que no es así
Que en la vida no hay nadie solo, siempre hay alguien


All those who think life is unfair
Need to know it isn't so
Life is a beauty, we need to live it
All those who think they are alone and in bad shape
Need to know it isn't so
In life no one is alone, there is always someone

Ay, no hay que llorar
Que la vida es un carnaval y es más bello vivir cantando
Oh oh oh ay no hay que llorar
que la vida es un carnaval y las penas se van cantando
oh oh oh ay no hay que llorar
Que la vida es un carnaval y es más bello vivir cantando
Oh oh oh ay no hay que llorar
que la vida es un carnaval y las penas se van cantando

Ay, no need to cry
Life is a carnival and it's more beautiful to live it singing
Oh, oh, oh ay, no need to cry
Life is a carnival and our sorrows will pass while singing
Oh, oh, oh ay, no need to cry
Life is a carnival and it's more beautiful to live it singing
Oh, oh, oh ay, no need to cry
Life is a carnival and our sorrows will pass while singing

Todo aquel que piensa que la vida siempre es cruel
Tiene que saber que no es así
Que tan solo hay momentos malos y todo pasa
Todo aquel que piensa que esto nunca va a cambiar
Tiene que saber que no es así
Que al mal tiempo buena cara y todo cambia

All those who think life is always cruel
Need to know it isn't so
There are only bad moments and everything will pass
All those who think that nothing will ever change
Need to know it isn't so
Face hard times with a good attitude and everything changes

//Ay, no hay que llorar
Que la vida es un carnaval y es más bello vivir cantando
Oh oh oh ay no hay que llorar
que la vida es un carnaval y las penas se van cantando//


//Ay, no need to cry
Life is a carnival and it's more beautiful to live it singing
Oh, oh, oh ay, no need to cry
Life is a carnival and our sorrows will pass while singing//

Carnaval, es para reir
No hay que llorar, para gozar
Carnaval, para disfrutar
hay que vivir cantando
Carnaval, la vida es un carnaval
No hay que llorar, todos podemos cantar
Carnaval, ay señores
Hay que vivir cantando
Carnaval, todo aquel que piense
Que la vida es cruel
Carnaval, nunca estará solo
Hay que vivir cantando, Dios está con él


Carnival is for laughing
No crying, it's for enjoying
Carnival is for having fun
You have to live singing
Carnival, ay people
You have to live singing
Carnival, all those who think
That life is cruel
(Carnival) will never be alone
They need to live singing, God is with them

Para aquellos que se quejan tanto
Para aquellos que solo critican
Para aquellos que usan las armas
Para aquellos que nos contaminan
Para aquellos que hacen la guerra
Para aquellos que viven pecando
Para aquellos que nos maltratan
Para aquellos que nos contagian


For those who complain so much
For those who only criticize
For those who use guns
For those who pollute
For those who make war
For those who live sinning
For those who mistreat us
For those who infect us


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Here is a link to a posting with more details about a few different genres of Mexican music. It's from a blog by an expat who has become a Mexican citizen. The blog has a lot of interesting info about Mexican culture and cuisine.

Mexico Cooks!: Mexico and Her Music: And The Band Played On

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My mother in law always goes crazy to this tune from LOS KARKIS - MACHUCA EL CHILE

so I have grown to love them

they where playing here in acapulco, i had to go see them as a result, and it was my birthday that day !!!

I video the whole concert with my camera ( only in mexico do they allow this )

here I cut the part where they say happy birthday to ronald te amo leti ( which is me !! to keep the video short )

one of the reason's i love Acapulco so much i have met many famous people, party with them and had a good time as if they where any other normal person and have pictures to prove it !! my wife has more than me dog gone it !!

here is picture after the concert:




here is video where they say happy birthday to me from my wife


also he gave me 3 Cd's that he autographed for me
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A just released video of the musical collaboration between Mexican rock group Maná and Colombian singer Shakira (who by the way just gave birth on Jan 29/15). "Mi Verdad" (My Truth)


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