Posts Tagged ‘music videos’

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Victoria Vox album Chameleon – produced by Mike Tarantino (James Blunt)… Breathtaking vocals & ukulele – and you’ll also be BLOWN AWAY by her TRUMPETLESS trumpet!

May 14, 2009
VICTORIA VOX: Incredible talent

VICTORIA VOX: Incredible talent

VICTORIA VOX is the new Queen of Ukulele!

You’ll know that’s true simply by listening to her incredible original song in French – C’est Noyé – featured on LingoLyrics.com.

Victoria becomes the latest talent to be chosen by LingoLyrics for global promotion on all our networks.

It was a no-brainer – Victoria Vox qualifies in EVERY way for our attention (and yours!).

She’s amazing – her silky voice, breathtaking multi-instrumental talents, wonderful gift for songwriting, both melody and lyrics – and of course the all important adorability factor (Victoria has it in TRUCKLOADS!).

Victoria’s new album – produced by Mike Tarantino (James Blunt) – is called Chameleon.

You can hear all the stunning songs (and BUY the album!) on Victoria’s own website, www.VictoriaVox.com – you will be absolutely BLOWN AWAY by what you hear.

Apart from the amazing vocals for the brilliant lyrics, Victoria has ANOTHER incredible skill with her unique voice – the TRUMPETLESS trumpet.

That’s right – it’s hard to believe but true – the trumpet you think you’re hearing on many of the numbers on Chameleon is actually Victoria’s own VOICE!

You’ve GOT to hear it – it’s a whole new experience and will leave you astonished… where do Victoria’s talents end?

To read more about the amazing Victoria Vox – and watch her C’est Noyé video (with lyrics provided in French and English) – visit LingoLyrics NOW! You will fall in love…

(And watch this space – we’ll be writing more about Victoria as we follow her rise to stardom!)

www.LingoLyrics.com

Learn to SING in French – and you’ll learn to SPEAK it!

Amazing French music videos with lyrics translated into English

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Youtube and the Battle of the Bands…

March 10, 2009

We’ve been following the battle between Youtube and the agency that protects the rights of musicians – will we get caught in the crossfire?!

Here’s a snip from the latest news, from cnet.com:

“Google-owned video-sharing site YouTube is silencing music videos in the U.K. after negotiations with the country’s Performing Right Society (PRS for Music), which collects licensing fees for artists and labels, failed.”

Our website at lingolyrics.com features embedded Youtube and Daily Motion music videos of French singers and bands. But we’ve added value to the videos by providing translated lyrics and profiles on the featured artists. We’ve also given links to official fan sites and Amazon links to relevant CDs, DVDs and books.

We don’t feel like we’re doing anything wrong! We are genuine fans of all the music on our site and we believe we’re doing the featured French musicians a service by promoting their music all over the world. We also feel we’re helping to make it easier for people who wish to learn the language of love.

We’re not trying to cheat the music industry by using videos on our site – we just want to share our passion and make a career out of doing something we love… and we’re also improving our French in the process.

Heres hoping Youtube and PRS learn to make love… not war!

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Learn to sing in French – and you’ll learn to speak it!

March 2, 2009

Please also take a moment to check out our site:

www.lingolyrics.com

Watch the best French music videos with something to suit all tastes: from the nostalgia of Edith Piaf (‘La vie en rose’) to the chart-topping rock of Kyo (‘Je Saigne Encore’)… from pop to reggae to classical.

With each video, we’ve provided the transcribed and translated lyrics in English and French (literal translations).

At www.lingolyrics.com you’ll also find:

  • profiles on featured artists and bands
  • latest releases
  • links to official fan sites
  • links to legitimate mp3 download sites, and (coming soon)
  • hot news updates
  • reviews
  • concert alerts and booking links
  • travel booking links (try out your French in France!)
  • recommended language learning products and services

Sign up to our growing community, network, chat and receive regular updates every time something new gets added.

www.lingolyrics.com
Learn to sing in French – and you’ll learn to speak it!