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Sunday, October 17, 2010

#TuesdayTune ~ Bebel Gilberto....a Re-Post!

Hello, sweet friends! Thanks so much for dropping in today! I'm so glad you stopped by to visit me in my little corner of the world Down Under!


Today I am reposting a #TuesdayTune post that I originally published on 




Sunday, March 14, 2010 and I am linking it to 



Sunday Favorites with Chari  at Happy to Design.


I am reposting this for two reasons; the first reason is that not many people saw this post and the second reason is that I have been so busy this week dealing with a flooded house! The whole bottom floor of our house flooded this week and to make matters worse my laptop computer died on Friday! Thank goodness Chari hosts Sunday favourites each week as now I don't feel so guilty about reposting today!
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Have you heard Bebel Gilberto? 

Her style is a mix of Brazilian, European and electronic pop and I love it! Click here to read about her and to listen to her most recent album All in One.

I hope you enjoy today's Tuesday Tune. It really is So Nice......


If you have ever posted a song on your blog I would love it if you could link up with me today! I love listening to all kinds of music and I absolutely love listening to the music that my blogging friends from all over the world share each Tuesday. Just copy and paste the URL of the blog post, link up and join in the fun!











Thanks so much for visiting and thanks so much to Chari for having me today. I hope to visit you all as soon as I can get my house back into shape!


Best wishes for a great week,


Natasha In Oz 

25 comments:

  1. So sorry for your problems, hope all is better now.
    Very lovely song, and cute video :)

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  2. Hi Natasha,

    I am so sorry to hear about your flooding disaster and your laptop. Bummer! It is so nice to have great people to help in times of trouble.

    This is an old favorite song I used this summer on my blog: Homegrown Tomatoes by Guy Clark.

    Thanks for signing my guestbook!

    Kathy in Central Oregon

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  3. Natasha, reposting is a good thing. I've done it before, too. And, this song is awesome.

    I am so sorry about your flooding. I shudder to even imagine it.

    Thank you for Sunday Song.

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  4. I've never heard of her. Neat mix of music styles. :O)

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  5. So sorry to read about the flooded lower level....that is awful!!

    Beautiful music as always. :)

    Try to have a good day...

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  6. Hi Natasha...

    It's "so nice" to have you join in with the Sunday Favorites party this week, my friend! Ohhh...I really do love this song...it just takes me away! This song is just so carefree...ahhhh!!! I have never heard of of Bebel Gilberto before...I'll have to search for more of her music! Thank you so much for sharing this sweet song with us for Sunday Favorites, my friend! It is a welcomed retreat!!!

    Warmest autumn wishes,
    Chari @Happy To Design

    PS...I'm so very sorry to hear about your troubles right now, my friend! I can't even imagine what it would be like to have my home flooded! Sending big hugs and lots of heartfelt prayers your way!

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  7. This is very nice. Reminds me a little of Sade, whom I am a big fan of. Thanks for sharing!

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  8. Natasha! I'm so sorry to hear about your flooded home! Our basement has done that, and it's no fun to clean up. I can't imagine our main floor under water! I hope you can salvage most everything!
    XoXoXo
    Joy

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  9. Hi Natasha,
    What a beautiful song! I really enjoyed it, thanks for reposting it.
    I took a look at your kitchen while I was listening to it and WOW! Your kitchen is super gorgeous! I love the marble, the floor, the potlights, the color of the cupboards & the windows! It is really nice! I'm sure you are enjoying it so very, very much too!
    Thank you for visiting my repost and for leaving a kind comment. I love Canada, it is a very beautiful country to live in!
    Hugs, Cindy

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  10. Oh so sucky about your flood!!! :(
    I have linked up a post I did last night... with that old favourite "Bridge over Troubled Water"
    It kin of seemed appropriate for what I'd written.
    OH and I will be doing your button TODAY!
    xx

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  11. like any good Brazilian I love,love,love your Sunday choice!
    ahhhh simply fabulous!
    hugs
    Lila

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  12. oh Natasha, so sorry to hear of your dilemma...soon it will be spic and span once again...sending a hug...
    smile on Rosie

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  13. Natasha, "So Nice" you reposted this. Beautiful and delightful. ~ Sarah

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  14. So sorry you've had troubles, Natasha! Hope things are much better now.

    Love this singer. What a great voice!

    I used to have a playlist on my blog, but I don't have it anymore. I love Norah Jones and Eva Cassidy... the latter sings a fabulous version of "Fields of Gold" and "My Love is Like A Red Red Rose." Most likely, you can hear them both on You Tube.

    XO,

    Sheila :-)

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  15. I hope you got my last post, Natasha. I love Norah Jones and Eva Cassidy. My favorite songs by the later are "My Love Is Like A Red Red Rose" based on Robert Burn's famous poem, and "Fields of Gold." When I used to have playlist on my blog, I had them on there, but you can likely find them on You-Tube.

    Hope this helps! I love that singer you featured. Super voice!

    XO,

    Sheila :-)

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  16. Sorry to hear about the flooding in your house, Natasha. It must be pretty heart breaking - at least we've had some sunny days to help dry things up. xx

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  17. love the re-post so cute!!


    <3<3
    http://passportglamour.blogspot.com

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  18. Sorry to hear about your flooding... :( Good luck cleaning it up. I have liked what I've heard of Bebel Giberto..I guess it's time to hear more!

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  19. Oh, Natasha, so sorry to hear about the flooding. When you said the downstairs did you mean a basement level, or is this your main level - living room, NEW KITCHEN, etc? Which ever, I hope the damage is not extensive.

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  20. I am so sorry about your flooding. I know what a mess and how exhausting that can be. The music is lovely...take care.

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  21. Oh no!

    I just saw this about your house! I am so sorry, Natasha. I hope that you can salvage as much as possible and it is easily fixed. Please keep me updated on how things are going. Hang in there, girl!

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  22. Hallo Natasha, I've tried to write to you but the mail always fails... Your parcel arrived yesterday; shall I open it or not? I'm very very curious. Yours left Genoa today,hopefully it will be at your home in a week time.
    Thank you very much, Rosanna

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  23. Well that is just wrong, wrong, wrong that a kitchen as beautiful as that had to get damaged. It is jaw dropping gorgeous, and I love the pink barstools. Thanks so much for visiting me!

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