Just Because Music: Anders Nilsen’s “Tequila Salsa”

This is one where you’ll want to pay close attention to the words which, fortunately, display on the screen:

As for me, I’ve learned in the short time since I first heard this song that it’s excellent music for cleaning house. It has great house-cleaning energy.

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  • shirleyelizabeth

    Oh my goodness, the way they say muy boo-n-o.

  • Michael Adams

    Don’t discount opera for house cleaning. I used to do a case on Saturdays, and the met came on at noon. It was truly wonderful music to bathe the patient, catheterize her, do her tube feeding. It’s really better, in my view, to listen to opera on the radio, than to attend a performance, now that they have those supertitles. If you understand the words, you get bogged down in how stupid these people are. The only difference in these characters and Springer guests is that the opera singers have washed their hair. Their stories would be rejected by the tabloids: too unbelievable. Ah, but the music! The sound track for my day!

  • Mike Devx

    Book, No open thread recently.

    But I wanted to ask, what was the effect of the Napa earthquake in your neck of the woods? The epicenter looked to be about 50 miles to your northeast.

    • http://bookwormroom.com Bookworm

      The earthquake’s effect was entire limited to the Napa area, which is about 40 minutes north of me. I slept through it. Despite spending the greatest part of my life in the San Francisco Bay Area, I’ve never experienced an earthquake. I’ve always been (a) asleep; (b) in a car that had shock absorbers that absorbed the quake; or (c) out of town. In our house, even the pictures didn’t get crooked.

  • Mike Devx

    That’s very encouraging!

    I know there’s talk here in the South Central US that when the Missouri fault line lets go, we’re in trouble for hundreds of miles around. Must be due to geology; eg perhaps a bedrock of granite that transmits the shock waves at higher intensity for much further distances.