Delta Burnett Reed

Delta Burnett Reed

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World - Celtic | Winchester, New Hampshire, United States
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Member Since: 2011
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Song Description

Song of a bull fighter and a love story

Story Behind the Song

I am putting together songs about america and this is a nod to our Spanish speaking population. My chance to speak a minimal amount of Spanish

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Broadjam Member Reviews

Brings back an era of the past in my mind, so vivid and exciting.
Recorded and performed with a certain knowing of the mistik.

    - Jeff Ashbaker

This piece reminds me of music Ennio Morricone composed for The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly or A Fistful of Dollars. It has a nostalgic sound with imagery of an outlaw being chased by a hero. I definitely could see this being placed in a Quentin Tarintino type production.

    - Tim Juliano
Lyrics

Lyrics
El Matador

Ay, Torero, she's here, Ay, matador, he feels her eyes,
they are wide with excitement and fear.
He feels her heart for it cries, when the horns are to near.
He will be bold, brave, and swift will he be
and he'll be numero uno, torero fino,
she'll dream tonight of him.

Ole, ole, ole! Viva el matador!
Ole, ole, ole! Viva el matador!

Ay, Torero, she's here. Ay, matador he see's her smile
and he see's there the reason she came
Toro go closer, go near and he'll whisper her name.
You maybe brave and as bold as you're black,
but he'll be numero uno, torero fino, toro come back.

Ole, ole, ole! Viva el matador
Ole, ole, ole! Viva el matador
Ole, ole, ole! Viva el matador
Ole, ole, ole! Viva el matador

Toro, aqui, closer, closer, closer, closer.

Song Length
2:35
Genres
Folk - Americana, Pop - General
Tempo / Feel
Slow (71 - 90)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Moods
Tense, Cool

Subject Matter
Power, Life

Similar Artists
Kingston trio, Joan Baez
Language
English
Era
1800 - 1899

Lyric Credits Jane Bowers and Irving Burgie
Music Credits Bowers and Burgie?
Producer Credits Joe Podlesny
Publisher Credits Joe Podlesny
Performance Credits Delta Burnett Reed
Label Credits Avocet studio