Hi all! 🙂
There is one more song from that album “Rhwng Y Môr A’r Y Mynydd” (Between the sea and the mountain) that I want to show you. It is from Magi Tudur again and is called “Jim”. I think it’s very expressive and hope you’ll like it too. As with most of the songs on this album, they’re not accessible on the Internet, so I’m putting it into my Dropbox folder for you to listen and will remove it after a month, here’s the link:
Hi guys! 🙂
So recently I promised you I will show you some more songs from the album “Rhwng Y Môr A’r Mynydd” (Between the sea and the mountain) which I purchased because of my crush Gwilym taking part on it and which I reviewed for myself. I told you I’ll show you one more Gwilym’s song from this album, but also a girl called Magi Tudur. And here she is. She’s my new discovery as for Welsh language music, I wonder how could I never hear about her before listening to this album. She’s really really cool. And yay for me guys I understood most of the lyrics without reading them (as they are nowhere on the INternet), without any dictionaries, translators or other stuff. Not fully, but most of them. Still though there are some gaps so I won’t dare translating them for you. Overall she sings about things (or more often about certain groups of people) she doesn’t like or that bother her and why. There are some anglicisms thrown in pretty frequently so I guess that’s what helped me to figure it all out more independently and quickly. Pity that I didn’t understand fully why she doesn’t like to sing folk music. 😀 Very curious. I like this song and I like Magi. It’s a very new song so it’s nowhere on the INternet I guess, so I’ll leave you the link to it in my Dropbox and will remove a file after a month.