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  • leksandrica


    21 Dic 2014 Rispondi
  • leksandrica

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iaruHIcyhzM Lupimo in čistimo, ribamo, sekljamo, strgamo, pasiramo, mal đinđrja dodamo.

    12 Dic 2014 Rispondi
  • leksandrica

    Ginger's current name comes from the Middle English gingivere, but ginger dates back over 3,000 years to the Sanskrit srngaveram meaning "horn root" with reference to its appearance.

    3 Dic 2014 Rispondi
  • leksandrica

    Ginger was used in ancient times as a food preservative and to help treat digestive problems. To treat digestive problems, Greeks would eat ginger wrapped in bread. Eventually ginger was added to the bread dough creating that wonderful treat many around the globe love today gingerbread.

    29 Nov 2014 Rispondi
  • leksandrica

    Use for: Hangovers Ginger is known for curing nausea and seasickness. If you can stand for at least 10 minutes, brew some ginger tea. To make, cut 10 to 12 slices of fresh ginger root and combine with 4 cups water. Boil for 10 minutes. Strain and add the juice of one orange, the juice of half a lemon, and 1/2 cup honey.

    26 Nov 2014 Rispondi
  • leksandrica

    Through many centuries and throughout civilizations, ginger and its pungent taste were considered to be aphrodisiac. It heats your insides, stimulates circulation while its intense scent wakens olfactory glands.

    25 Nov 2014 Rispondi
  • leksandrica

    Aromatic, pungent and spicy, ginger adds a special flavor and zest to Asian stir fries and many fruit and vegetable dishes. Fresh ginger root is available year round in the produce section of your local market.

    24 Nov 2014 Rispondi
  • psychopatej

    don't worry at all, I'm new too there

    21 Ago 2014 Rispondi
  • psychopatej

    I'm hatecouture on tastebuds, thank you for "break the ice" message :o

    20 Ago 2014 Rispondi
  • lukasz_pulawski

    I've noticed you listen to Trilok Gurtu. Some time ago Trilok Gurtu performed on Nguyen Le's Tales from Viet-Nam. I consider it a classic album in jazz fusion/world music genre and therefore dedicated a comprehensive review of the album. You can read it by clicking below. There's a translation tool in the top right corner. Finally, if you like the review you may also click "lubię to" button to like my website (on the right handside of the page). http://www.laboratoriummuzycznychfuzji.com/2013/03/recenzje-klasyka-tales-from-viet-nam.html

    6 Apr 2013 Rispondi
  • JBThazard


    5 Set 2012 Rispondi
  • JBThazard

    Are you also gonna get to listen to RIITIIR soon?

    4 Set 2012 Rispondi
  • JBThazard

    I'll have to download all these bands soon, thanks. I'll return with impressions.

    24 Lug 2012 Rispondi
  • JBThazard

    One reason why I'm searching for lots of post rock now is because I want to find bands that deviate from the formula. Lots of bands of the typical, almost cliche song structure you just described, and while I think it works well, it gets monotonous and redundant when I get a dozen recommendations and all of them follow the same formula. I like GYBE but I prefer stuff like Talk Talk or Miles Davis' IASW. If you know stuff like that, I'd be interested.

    24 Lug 2012 Rispondi
  • JBThazard

    The new Anglagard is pretty excellent.

    16 Lug 2012 Rispondi
  • hackerlovesme

    Thanks, you're too kind.

    21 Mag 2012 Rispondi
  • JBThazard

    I downloaded this album a year ago but lost it when my external HDD was destroyed. I like it. Time to download it again.

    20 Mag 2012 Rispondi
  • JBThazard

    To add to why I don't feel like listening to it, I feel there isn't much to dissect, not on an intuitive (or "emotional") or technical level. Maybe it's because I still have the album in shitty 192kbps quality. I will need it in FLAC eventually. But so far listening to the album intensely concentrated twice already hasn't offered my ears and brain much new information to notice, which is quite unlike certain other albums like Heritage, In Absentia, The Drift or Mark Hollis. I hope I'm wrong and a lossless rip will better my opinion of it.

    16 Mag 2012 Rispondi
  • JBThazard

    Mostly yay. I like the album but it doesn't sound as ambitious or special as Mike and Steve hyped it up to be. It takes minor influences from Mark Hollis and Scott Walker but doesn't really push their songwriting to the edge like those respective musicians did. They take techniques and moods they're very familiar with and simply introduce them to a new aesthetic. Unfortunately, unlike many Porcupine Tree or Talk Talk records, I don't find too much incentive to revisit the album. It's good and I like some parts of it a lot but it feels too minimalist without offering something to at least either soothe me, interest me greatly, etc., at least not as often as I'd like.

    16 Mag 2012 Rispondi
  • nevrediel


    27 Mar 2012 Rispondi
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