Sunday, September 03, 2006

Prog Not Frog Radio Presents: The Voice of The Moon #011, With The Herbalist (This Week We get Semi-Classical, Acoustic and Rather Folky)

I try to put my heart and senses in every Voice of The Moon show I do, but at the end of the day, I like some shows better than others. This one I really enjoyed doing and listening to after it was done. I selected to play today two of the musicians that have filled my heart and mind in the last decade. Wim Mertens from Belgium and Iva Bittova from the Czech Republic.
Of course there are, as usual, many other suprises.

I am doing my best to improve my spoken English rhythm but only you, my dear friends can tell me if I am doing any better.

I am very grateful for those nice comments we have been getting with this radio show, or webcast or whatever you want to call it.

I must remind you again that The Voice of The Moon is done to give room to things we can’t post in the blog because we avoid posting things younger than 20 years old.
Another thing I’d like to remind you at this point is to visit our archives. Here and there you’ll find some good albums that you’ll want to get.

Final announcement for this week is that I won’t be posting albums myself as often as I used two at least for the next few days because I will be working on other aspects of Prog Not Frog, but please pay attention to what our friends Nahavanda, Algarnas and Micaus are posting. They are doing a great job. For you. And Because of you.

Be well.

Behave well.

See you again very soon!


Anonymous said...

Hello Herbalist,

I'm a longtime fan of the PNF blog and a first time listener of Voice Over The Moon.
Another great way to get to know or rediscover some interesting artists!

So I'll make sure to check out the previous editions of your webcast.

Great job!

Coffee Messiah said...

Nicely done, Thanks. Hate to hear you lose your accent
in order for we americans to understand.
My only complaint, you're trying too hard on your English,
when we should be trying harder to simply cut through
the accent ; )
Cheers & Thanks!!!! CM

Jaime Antonio Alvarez said...

THanks for your nice comment!

Jaime Antonio Alvarez said...

you can't imagine the size of the smile you put in my face with that comment.
I think you're right. The accent is part of the style.

I won't try that hard.

Still there's something in this show with my voice that doesn't totally convince me. Maybe is that "tying too hard" hing.
I guess that in time I'll reach a stable place with my english that listeners will get used to.
Many thanks for listening and above all many thanks for your honest and direct comment. That's the kind that help me better.

See you around!

Rafael said...

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Visite the mine too.


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