Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Anna e Marco │ Lucio Dalla and Matteo Martignoni

Lucio Dalla
Matteo Martignoni

In this very special edition of Angelfire Love I am featuring two versions of "Anna e Marco".  It was composed by the late great Lucio Dalla who ceased his earthly existence on March 1, 2012.  I must say that "Anna e Marco" is probably the best song that I have heard in a long while.  I only discovered it very recently and quite by accident, and since then I cannot stop listening to it.  It gets better with each replay.  In the topmost video Lucio Dalla sings a live version of "Anna e Marco" which contains some cool clips that tells the actual story of the song.  In the video on the bottom, Matteo Martignoni sings a super excellent cover of "Anna e Marco".  Matteo sings with so much passion for one who is so young.  One might say that he truly sings with much angel fire love.  Safe journeys to all the fans of Angelfire Love, wherever you may be.


Saturday, September 15, 2012

PSY │ Gangnam Style

Oh my goodness, what is this?  Safe journeys to all the fans of Angelfire Love, wherever you may be.

Monday, September 10, 2012

All The Kind Strangers

 
Brent Campbell as James (left) and Tim Parkinson as Gilbert (right)

In this edition of Angelfire Love I am featuring an incredibly entertaining Gothic, Horror movie called "All The Kind Strangers".   It has an all-star cast that includes Stacy Keach, John Savage, and Robby Benson.  But, the real scene stealers are Tim Parkinson and Brent Campbell who give the movie just that right kind of magical touch, and believability.  One might say that "All The Kind Strangers" is like "The Hills Have Eyes" but with kids instead.  You can watch the complete movie for FREE by clicking on the video widget below.  Safe journeys to all the fans of Angelfire Love, wherever you may be.

Friday, April 27, 2012

Smile

Smile

Smile though your heart is aching
Smile even though it's breaking
When there are clouds in the sky, you'll get by
If you smile through your fear and sorrow
Smile and maybe tomorrow
You'll see the sun come shinning through for you.

Light up your face with gladness
Hide every trace of sadness
Although a tear may be ever so near
That's the time  you must keep on trying
Smile what's the use of crying?
You'll find that life is still worthwhile
if you just smile. 

~ Charlie Chaplin ~

Tuesday, February 14, 2012

The Amazing Rafael Lopes

This video of Rafael Lopes, in its raw form, has been floating around the internet for quite some time, but you have never seen it quite like this.  Smiling Angel Creations has done some awesome editing on it, and gave it a new life.  Rafael's Cariocan accent is so thick, I can only understand about one word for every five that he says.  He seems to be telling a joke. Here then is Rafael Lopes in all his blazing, inimitable, irrepressible, bubbly, effervescent, and unstoppable glory.  Enjoy!

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Sunday, January 8, 2012

Amós Lora │ Entre Dos Aguas

In this edition of Angelfire love we are featuring flamenco guitarist Amós Lora, who was born in Madrid, Spain on September 9, 1999.  Amós is a wonderful guitarist, and he has a very bright future ahead of him in the entertainment world.  In the video widget below he plays the incredibly difficult "Entre Dos Aguas (In Mid-Water)" that was composed by the great Paco de Lucia.  I could not help but notice Amós' very disciplined right hand.  It is so good that he make playing fast notes look so easy.  Amós is obviously having a very good time playing his guitar.  By-the-way, I really like his beatific smile.  Amós has a cool website that can be found at this link: Amós Lora - Official Website   What more can I say but, olé!

Friday, December 23, 2011

Faces of Children (Visages d'enfants) │ Jean Forest

 Jean Forest

"Faces Of Children (Visages d'enfants) 1925" is a haunting film about a troubled child.  Even though it was released eighty-six years ago, it is still very powerful and moving.  Jean Forest plays the part of Jean Amsler, who is mourning the death of his mother, and is not quite able to come to terms with his personal loss.  In this edition of Angelfire Love we are featuring a very beautiful edit of "Faces Of Children" that was put together by MikeLesMiserables.  He was able to distill the essence of the movie from two hours down to seven minutes.  Please click on the video widget below for a very emotional experience.