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Month: November 2010

Vegetarian Festival

Taken last month during the annual Vegetarian Festival held predominantly in the southern provinces of Thailand. Specifically the Eiw Geng processions of San Jao Jui Tui in Suan Luang, Phuket Town and San Jao Guan Ou in Takuapa, Phang Nga. Exhilarating! [flv image=”http://www.thegoldbrick.net/video/takuapavegetarian2010-01.jpg”]http://www.thegoldbrick.net/video/takuapavegetarian2010-01.flv[/flv] [flv image=”http://www.thegoldbrick.net/video/takuapavegetarian2010-02.jpg”]http://www.thegoldbrick.net/video/takuapavegetarian2010-02.flv[/flv] [flv image=”http://www.thegoldbrick.net/video/takuapavegetarian2010-03.jpg”]http://www.thegoldbrick.net/video/takuapavegetarian2010-03.flv[/flv]

Celso Fonseca

“Anyone who doubts that Portuguese is the language of love should hear the purring of Celso Fonseca; who has written some of the more seductive melodies to emerge from Brazil since the death of Antonio Carlos Jobim. Fonseca descends from a tradition of such feather-voiced guitarists as João Gilberto and Caetano Veloso, but he sings…

Le Jazzbeat

Jazzman features the forgotten, unknown, yet highly-invigorating library music that was made during the ’60s and ’70s in France. The first volume showcases the créme brulee of the Musique pour l’Image label while the second volume focuses on the L’Illustration Musicale label. This collection referred to as “Jerk, Jazz and Psychobeat de France” is all…