otherwise, check it at DesiHits.com: http://www.desihits.com/blog/article/video-swamis-sugarless-20090912
Tagged: Urban Desi Toggle Comment Threads | Keyboard Shortcuts
Here’s one of those summer songs one can’t get out of one’s head:
The apparent repeats in the lyrics are close echos, not true repeats.
The great beats, addictive mix and lyrics are why the song sticks.
The official lyrics are here.
One More Dance is the most popular song on my songs blog, and it’s the most searched-for post here.
Open it up, cut the edges sharper, make it jump, deliver a richer experience. Case in point, “Gora gora rang” by Imran Khan:
can you not dance to this? if you listen with closed eyes, can you resist? heavy baseline over dhol and funny, gritty lyrix!!!! activation mode: most energy centers!
“What what? Brrrra! T-T-Tigerstyle! What what? Brrrra! What what?…”
Spring appetite: I want some toasted almonds (a must in April!), a red pear, and some toast, and to walk on the beach in bare feet, even if it’s clammy and cold outside, and a hug from a particular someone (yup, you), and a warm woolly blanket to be wrapped up in when I come back from the beach, and then… a mug of black coffee to drink with a shot of Talisker as soon as I’m wrapped up in that blanket, a good film or some new Desi music playing, and at least ten hours to sleep off my present half-deadness. And the next day, total silence, as I wrestle with the pain of a newly-hatched heart, that had no idea of the shell it had been hidden in all these years. Daffodils and forsythia bloomed all yellow this morning in NYC. The air smells green, though the sky is gray, wet and windy.
Raghav’s song Humrahee and an essay about how the web is affecting journalism have one thing in common — uncommon beauty.
Humrahee, written and performed by Raghav — tender, lyrical, gorgeous:
Clay Shirky’s “Newspapers and Thinking the Unthinkable”, a profound essay on how the web is affecting journalism (and by implication, other businesses and arts):
God bless the Internet — that’s all of us — for what it allows us to experience and share.