Tuesday, February 05, 2008


Spanish lesson:

A Piraña (pronounced /pɨˈrɑːnjə/, /pɨˈrænjə/, /pɨˈrɑːnə/, or /pɨˈrænə/) is a member of a family of omnivorous freshwater fish which live in South American rivers. In Venezuelan rivers they are called caribes. They are known for their sharp teeth and an aggressive appetite for meat.

I told you fish is dangerous!

Adal-Scandy Super Band - Piraña (Instrumental) 1979

Written in 1979 by Celso Valli, who wrote great classics for Macho, Azoto, Passengers, Tantra to name a few. Peter Richard's "Walking in the Neon" is also one of the gems he arranged. Here with "Piraña" you can dive into the rolling beat that is common of his work.

So all you disco panthers out there, get out you havah nagilah because girls cost money.
It's the way!

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1 comment:

seandonson said...

Nice blog dude-ington! I love love love Pirana. Thanks for turning me on to it, and for just turning me on in general.