Anong Bicol Na Kanta

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  • #69967


    Placida
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    Ne, salamat digdi sa tinao mong impormasyon manungod sa Mudflow. I have this special affinity for homegrown talents lalo na su nagpo-promote kan satuyang kulturang Bicolnon. Siguro imbitaran ta ining si Joseph Abraham Defeo na mag-miyembro man digdi sa GB. Ano daw?
    Marhay na hapon saindo gabos …..

  • #69956


    datilis
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    kumusta po tabi sa gabos digdi sa GB.

    Lola, si Joseph Abraham Defeo po ang lead vocalist kaan na bandang Mudflow. Taga Preito-Diaz,Sorsogon po.
    He happens to be the first cousin of my X-BF. i think i can contact him in case GB will be needing him in future.

    eu man po ini ang bicol na kanta na rumdom ko pa hasta ngunyan…

    MAGAYON PALAN AN BANGGUI
    KUN BULANUN,
    DARAGA, SOLTERO, SINDA MAOGMAHON
    TESTIGOS NINDA AN BULAN,
    ASIN BITUON,
    KAUGMAHAN NINDA SIRING MAN
    DAE SABIHUN

    AN BULAN,NA MALIWANAGON,
    NAGSILBING RECUERDO SA MAGKA ILUSYON
    LALO NA SA TAMPI KAN BAYBAYON,
    IGWANG TINUGAAN,
    IGWANG PIGPA LAOM….

    i’m sure some of you still remember this song… permi ko po ini dati namamate sa PAMPAGANA ESPESYAL station kan VIRAC.
    dae ko lang sure kung until now, nag i air pa sinda kan mga bicol songs every lunch time as what the program titles says.
    anyway,i hope everyone likes this song … i love it! its a true bicolana favorite.

    mabalos po. 🙂

  • #69190


    c00lplay
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    KUNG MAYO NA IKA

    Kang Mabisto ka
    Hamis kan ngirit mo
    Nahiling ko
    Sa imong mata
    Dakulang Pag asa
    Kaya puon kaidto
    Gusto kung permi
    Takang nahihiling
    Aru aldaw perming inaabangan

    Dae maiwasan
    Na ika ngani
    Sakuyang namutan
    Minsan kuta
    Ini sarong bawal
    Pero sinimbag mo
    Ang sakong pagkamuot
    Tuminadom hararumon
    Igdi sa daghan ko.

  • #69157


    -prinscharrz-
    Participant

    “Sarong Bangi” lang aram ko iyo na gangog ko mang gad yan minsan sa radyo kinanta kang Mudflow mabuhay kayo Mudflow!

  • #63053


    yats
    Participant

    @LOLA FELICE: BISA PO NGUNA AKO. BAKA PO KA MIDBID SINDA NI MAJESTYK TA TAGA STO. DOMINGO PO BAGA SYA. MGA TAGA STO. DOMINGO PO DAA ANG MGA MEMBERS KANG “MUDFLOW BAND”!!!

  • #63021


    Amore
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    Ine anng paboritong kantahon ng lola ko…
    Pusong Napupung-aw
    Napupungaw ang puso dahil simo Kaya ngonian kamonduan ang sa puso ko Nuarin daw magbabalik O namotan ko Ang puso kong napupungaw dahil simo Kaogmahan nin puso ko ang pagbalik mo Kaya ngonian kaheracan Lilingya man ang buhay ko.

    Pantomina
    Ang mga babaye Kung mayo pa nin agom Maugay nin aga maugay nin hapon Alagad kung sinda igua na nin agom Maugay Octobre, Disyembreng sunudon.
    Ica palan, Nenang ang pinagsasabi Magayon na burac sa lugar na iniMagayon ang tindog malinig ang pisngi Arin pa daw ang puso ang dai mawili.
    Can ica sadit pa sadit pa man aco Si satuyang cawat magkudot-kudotan Kinudot mo aco kinudot ta ca man Sabi mo sa saco luhayluhaya man.
    Ang mga lalake Hudyan sisaboot Ang pinagsasabing ngarang pagcamoot Kundi ang babayeng iyo minahilod Akong minahiling can mga pangguyod.

  • #63020


    Placida
    Participant

    Salamat sa pinost mo, Arnold! Kun siisay man an nakakabisto sainda pwede ta gayud imbitaran na maging miyembro digdi sa GB.

  • #63019


    Amore
    Participant

    Ine anng paboritong kantahon ng lola ko…
    Pusong Napupung-aw
    Napupungaw ang puso dahil simo Kaya ngonian kamonduan ang sa puso ko Nuarin daw magbabalik O namotan ko Ang puso kong napupungaw dahil simo Kaogmahan nin puso ko ang pagbalik mo Kaya ngonian kaheracan Lilingya man ang buhay ko.

    Pantomina
    Ang mga babaye Kung mayo pa nin agom Maugay nin aga maugay nin hapon Alagad kung sinda igua na nin agom Maugay Octobre, Disyembreng sunudon.
    Ica palan, Nenang ang pinagsasabi Magayon na burac sa lugar na iniMagayon ang tindog malinig ang pisngi Arin pa daw ang puso ang dai mawili.
    Can ica sadit pa sadit pa man aco Si satuyang cawat magkudot-kudotan Kinudot mo aco kinudot ta ca man Sabi mo sa saco luhayluhaya man.
    Ang mga lalake Hudyan sisaboot Ang pinagsasabing ngarang pagcamoot Kundi ang babayeng iyo minahilod Akong minahiling can mga pangguyod.

  • #63004


    yats
    Participant

    AW IYO MAN NANGGAD PALAN ADI…. SORI! KAPATALAN KO TALAGA… HAHAHA!!! UNI NA ANG TOTOO

    Reggae and ‘kundiman’
    SANTO DOMINGO, Albay, Philippines — While rock and bubblegum music are still the rage, a young band in this town chose to experiment with an old Bicolano song that kids would be hard put to remember.

    Fusing reggae and kundiman, the band Mudflow overhauled the folk classic “Sarung Banggi” (“One Evening”) and turned it into an unlikely pop hit.

    “Sarung Banggi” was written by Potenciano Gregorio Sr. (1880-1939), a native of Lib-og town, now known as Sto. Domingo — the place where the band was formed.

    Created awareness

    The attempt to update a traditional Bicolano folk song through the infectious beat of reggae was Mudflow’s way of encouraging its peers to rediscover their own cultural heritage.

    The modernized “Sarung Banggi” succeeded in creating an awareness when it was included by Manila FM radio station Jam 88.3 in its music compilation album, “Doobie Nights” (Galaxy Records), released in 2006.

    The song tells of a man who was roused from sleep one night by what he thought was a songbird. Realizing it was not a dream, the man rose and soon discovered it was his lover’s voice that had awakened him.

    “We picked that song because it’s our town’s heritage song. As Bicolanos, we wanted to promote our own culture through music,” said Mudflow vocalist and main songwriter Abraham Depeo, 23.

    Bridged gap

    Depeo added that the remake has bridged a generation gap, with young and old equally appreciating it during the band’s gigs.

    The other members of the five-man group are drummer Ray Gerard Marquez, 23; bassist Fidel Balin Jr., 25; lead guitarist Fidel Balin III, 22; and guitarist Mark Andrew Ortiz, 20.

    Mudflow got its name while the guys were on their way to Legazpi City, from a road sign alerting travelers to overflowing water from the gullies of Mayon Volcano. The sign read: “Warning: Mudflow ahead.”

    In 2002, Mudflow won in the regional Battle of the Bands held annually at the Magayon Festival. The band released its first independent, self-titled album the following year. It had eight songs, four of which were originals.

    The album was recorded and reproduced using a desktop computer.

    For P5,000 Mudflow churned out 100 copies burned on compact discs. The guys sold the CD for P120 each.

    Several tracks, including the now-famous “Sarung Banggi” remake, have gained regular airplay on local radio stations in the Bicol region.

    More than music

    The band members insist reggae is more than music.

    “It is idealism conveyed through music,” Depeo said. “It is performed for a cause.”

    One of Mudlow’s original compositions, “Paraisong Panaginip,” discusses environmental degradation.

    Another song, “Ay Naku Po,” is about young people dealing with pressure.

    Mudflow lamented insufficient support or recognition extended to fledgling bands in the provinces.

    “We have a lot of serious and talented musicians here but their potentials do not fully develop due to lack of equipment,” said bassist Fidel Balin Jr.

    Missed opportunity

    Depeo recounted that Mudflow once had to decline a Manila-based director’s offer to make a video for “Sarung Banggi” because equipment rental alone would have cost them P50,000.

    He noted that it’s hard for a full-time musician to provide for a family, and so many have left the country to pursue careers abroad.

    Mudflow does not buy the idea of working as well-paid musicians overseas.

    Balin explained: “Even if we try, we won’t be able to play together for sure, since it is the practice of recruitment agencies to screen musicians and form new bands from among the ones that they like.”

    Mudflow clings to the hope of entering the mainstream Filipino music industry and still popularize music that reflects the unique culture they represent.

    ( http://www.inquirer.net )

  • #62962


    jade
    Participant

    garung ibang mudflow band man ining nasa website tabi manoy arnold. (foreign band man ining mudflow na nasa website)

  • #62929


    yats
    Participant

    gari bagang taga bikol man sinda ta “MUDFLOW” baga ang name kang band ninda…. mudflow hali sa mayon!!! hahaha… click nindo so website ninda….
    http://www.mudflow.com

  • #62925


    jb
    Participant

    puertihon pag dangogon ining version kan mudflow — maconsuelo! thanks manoy arnold for posting it. makabakal lamang kan album ninda. kagayon suportahan kan grupong ini siring sa sabi ni lola Felice. siisay daw lamang an may informacion manungod sa grupong ini. mabalos!

  • #62715


    Placida
    Participant

    Baad lamang igwang may kamidbid ining grupo kan MUDFLOW mai-feature lamang digdi sa GB…..
    Suportahan an mga arog kaining kaisipan kan satuyang mga jovenes na igwang pagmakulog na ipagbalangibog an satuyang kulturang Bicolnon particularmente an musika.

  • #62499


    yats
    Participant
  • #62422


    Noisk
    Participant

    yes, playable po iyan digdi samo. ( Sarong FM radio sa legaspi ) reggae version kan sarung banggi gibo kan mudflow.
    I myself always play that song during my radio show, syampre satuya ini.

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