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Razia Said — Ny Alantsika
Album: Zebu Nation
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6.4

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Total ratings: 475









Released: 2010
Length: 4:58
Plays (last 30 days): 1
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Is it just me, or does that accordion add nothing to what would be a really nice song?
 SugarPig wrote:
The accordion: not just for polkas any more. At least a 7.
 
Yeah; the accordion sounds good; more coming from French influence than Polish though.
Quite likeable. First time I hear about this artist. Thanks a lot, Sir Bill!
 AZ_Bear wrote:
This is why I love listening to RP, to hear something I've never heard before.You just know there's so much more great music in this big old world that our American ears never get to hear, and now RP's the only place I know to sample a little bit of everything! Keep 'em coming Bill!

 
don't let the N.S.A. know you do not care for clear channel bull $h@t
 ziakut wrote:
I like the feel of this...but I"m afraid it gets overplayed here at RP.

 
Said it before:  NOTHING is overplayed on RP.  Sheesh.
Its Friday afternoon. Play some RnR!!!
Godgeous! 
beautiful woman, important message , story, great accordion. 10 all the way{#Sunny}
Smokey and mysterious.  She can sing to me all day long in any language.
 kaybee wrote:
Sadly the accordion is lowering the 7 to a 6 for me.

 
Opposite for me, 6 to 7
 kaybee wrote:
Sadly the accordion is lowering the 7 to a 6 for me.

 
Sure. That's what I call a criterion.
Time for the hookah and a short black coffee.  Razia said..........
The accordion: not just for polkas any more. At least a 7.
Sadly the accordion is lowering the 7 to a 6 for me.
I'm one of the few people who actually can translate what she's saying.  She says, "I love you because you listen to Paradise Radio."
..need a leaf blower.
Yea, I dig this chick.
Mucho Gusto!
Bill said ".. from Madagascar .. "  and I started hoping King Julian would start singing.  This is nice too but I could use a little King Julian this morning.

...

Need a little more coffee.
 jadewahoo wrote:
This song carries me like a leaf in a Spring breeze, gently, softly, to amazing and previously unknown places.
 
You just blew by me - I'm on the same breeze.   I often think that it is a foreign language that makes me not like some of Bill's "world music", but this disproves that theory - I don't understand a single word of this, but loved it instantly. 


I am SO sick of music in languages I don't understand!

Kidding. I'm sick of being so language-challenged that I barely master English.  This is a beautiful song - Ms. Said's voice is controlled, almost smug (with good reason) and, to quote romeotuma, "Sooo good for the ears."

I love this song - I love this artist.  And yes, the accordion (harpsicord?) adds a depth to the vocals that just makes it work perfectly.  Solid 9 for this one. And I'm hoping to hear more...{#Sunny}
I like the feel of this...but I"m afraid it gets overplayed here at RP.
Nice, look forward to hearing more, thought it was Maire Boine for a minute
This song carries me like a leaf in a Spring breeze, gently, softly, to amazing and previously unknown places.
I thought it was a translation of Can's 'Sing Swan Song'
 Malgosia2009 wrote:


I agree. Portugese?
Oh! Just learned:) Madagaskar. TX.Malgosia
 



 gregr79 wrote:

Silky - Beautiful - Textured - Nice


 

I agree. Portugese?

Silky - Beautiful - Textured - Nice


Very enjoyable album
Actually a catchy tune.  I especially like the squeezebox.  Very complimentary.
Getting shivers… That doesn’t happen to me often.

{#Good-vibes}

This is why I love listening to RP, to hear something I've never heard before.You just know there's so much more great music in this big old world that our American ears never get to hear, and now RP's the only place I know to sample a little bit of everything! Keep 'em coming Bill!
wicked nice!
 Leslie wrote:
Very nice!
 
Very, very nice!
Smooth. What language is she singing in, and what about? It's always nice that RP leavens its output with selected quality non-English language numbers.
 Leslie wrote:
Very nice!
 
Indeed!

Very nice!
Beautiful!
 seejay54 wrote:
This is really lovely—would like to hear more foreign language songs on RP!
 
Yup.
That said, hats off to RP for all the World music they're playing already. Personally, however, a little more would not hurt at all. 
 Laurie_Richards wrote:
Lovely Music - Will make sure to download
 

Did that myself this past weekend!{#Cheers}
Lovely Music - Will make sure to download
This is really lovely—would like to hear more foreign language songs on RP!