Brothers of the Baladi

Brothers of the Baladi

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World - Middle Eastern | Portland, Oregon, United States
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Member Since: 2016
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Song Description

This is an old Spanish folk song - origin unknown / public domain. It is and has been performed and sung in many other languages and cultures (French, Arabic, Turkish, Greek and many others). We have always loved it and the dance floor is always PACKED when we play it live. It has that wonderful exotic Mediterranean feeling.

Story Behind the Song

This is an old Spanish folk song - origin unknown / public domain. It is and has been performed and sung in many other languages and cultures (French, Arabic, Turkish, Greek and many others). We have always loved it and the dance floor is always PACKED when we play it live. It has that wonderful exotic Mediterranean feeling.

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Lyrics

Perom Pom Pom has no literal meaning or translation. It's like Skat singing " Dum dee dum. La la la " or other non literal singing.
The lyrics in Spanish are: My music is my soul, it has no meaning until I hear it sung and touch me. Then it gives me the flavor / the feeling. I am the drummer, you are the dancers, the rhythms come through my drums and you dance - Perom Pom Pom "!!

Song Length
5:14
Genres
World - World Beat, Latin - General
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Mixed Vocals
Moods
In High Spirits, Cheerful

Subject Matter
Falling in Love, Searching for Love

Similar Artists
Gipsy Kings, Brothers of the Baladi
Language
Spanish
Era
1960 - 1969

Lyric Credits Michael Beach & J. Michael Kearsey
Music Credits Brothers of the Baladi
Producer Credits Michael Beach & J. Michael Kearsey
Publisher Credits Berkshire Snow Music
Performance Credits ASCAP
Label Credits Baladi Productions