Electric Africa

extra extra! dailyleftover, as i start to enjoy'n this.
A very eclectic one that is ...
I had to play you'll some reggae tunes ..as most great African artist always putt some reggae tunes on their albums, that i rarely play but are as good as their funky stuff and contain also some great organ and synth work, i'd putt some behind each other ..before i had had to give it up for Julie Coker, the greatist voice of Africa. From there a wild track of Nguenang, Ivory Coast hottest find, first release on Musique Mondiale records that to me was only known for its Manding stuff >LISTEN TO THIS hot hot hot!
To celebrate the vinyl version of the African Pearls compilations that was running my ears already for a long time since Sterns putt these cd's in the world i'd thought lets spill some fuel for fire. As imho. the best tracks from that double cd of Electric Mali are finally scratched in black vinyl i putt my wallet up and now i am enjoying these on the decks.... i hope you will do the same!! [reup 14022012]
(sorry for the volume burst but that Idrissa Soumaoro tracks is so unbelievable good that i couldn't temper myself)

0:00:00 Lord Gabby - Music
7" Black Power ... Papa-Disco PDLP 09
0:03:37 I.G. - World Of Misery
LP Bomp 1980 Don Pedros Records DEP 001
0:07:50 Fred Smart Iykeh - Where Is The Happiness
LP Where Is The Happiness 1977 Scodisk Sounds SDX 3
0:13:25 Pogo Limited - Something Must Be Done
LP We Shall Win ....EMI (Nigeria) NEMI (LP) 0385
0:19:00 Julie Coker - Re Hese
LP Ere Yon (Sweet Songs) ....EMI (Nigeria) NEMI (LP) 0280
0:23:05 Nguenang - Wouck
LP Doty Gouock ....Musique Mondiale MAD 001
0:30:09 Basa Basa Soundz - Banyiriba
LP Basabasa Soundz 1975 Editions Makossa EM23.10
0:33:10 Idrissa Soumaoro - Djama
Compilaton Various - African Pearls- Mali 70: Electric Mali Discograph 6154186
0:37:12 Sid De Kayes - Moyola
Compilaton Various - African Pearls- Mali 70: Electric Mali Discograph 6154186
0:45:29 Orch. Guelewar Band Of Banjul - N.T.C.
LP Warteef Jigeen .... Discafrique Records DARL 007
0:54:21 Youssou N'Dour & Le Super Etoile De Dakar - Mouride
LP Mouride ... Masspro ED-008
1:01:42 Super Biton De Ségou - Bara Musso
LP Afro Jazz Du Mali 1986 Bolibana Productions BP13 / BOL 40
1:05:28 Bembeya Jazz National - unknown
LP Regard Sur Le Passe 1976 ditions Syliphone Conakry SLP 64

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Tribute to William Onyeabor

hi there suckers! I dont have much to mention here, as you probably know whats up here. A tribute to the man from Enugu, Nigeria.
The name Enugu comes from the two Igbo words enu Ugwu, or Top of the hill. Known for many things but for us only counts a place that spawned some serious synth records as it was also the place of Goddy Oku's Godiac Studio. In companionship of a collection of synths like Moog and Elka, William Onyeabor created from end 70's a rare collection of tracks on his own Wilfims label that is unlike anything else coming from Africa or even the whole world at that time. Under the influence of plunky spacy lo-fi funk and some fine (never credited) female vocals William Onyeabor gave fans his moral advice and wisdom for a better tomorrow that never came.

Anything You Sow
One early morning, I went to pray to my God in Heaven
And I asked God why we are suffering so much in this world
My God said to me. "My son, listen well............
If you plant cassava, expect cassava during your harvest my son
If you sow yam, expect yam during your harvest my child
If you plant trouble, expect trouble during your harvest my son
If you sow goodness, expect goodness during your harvest my child"
Anything you sow.......... you will reap during harvest, my people.

Today Chief Onyeabor still lives in Enugu picking the keys once ina while for the love of god and still for a better tomorrow.
So here it is; Tribute to the King of Enugu.

Tribute to the King of Enugu 1:26:18
0:00:00 William Onyeabor - This Kind Of World
LP Anything You Sow 1985 Wilfilms Records WLP 033
0:06:05 William Onyeabor - Love Me Now
LP Tomorrow 1979 Wilfilms Records WRLP 1003
0:13:00 N'Draman-Blintch - Saigner-L'Afrique
LP Cikamele' 1979 Cosmic Sounds CSLP2
0:20:55 William Onyeabor - Good Name
LP Good Name 1983 Wilfilms Records WLP 30
0:29:54 William Onyeabor - When The Going Is Smooth & Good
LP Anything You Sow 1985 Wilfilms Records WLP 033
0:40:55 N'Draman-Blintch - I First "U" Last
LP Cikamele' 1979 Cosmic Sounds CSLP2
0:49:03 William Onyeabor - Heaven And Hell
LP Crashes In Love 1977 Wilfilms Records WRLP 1001
0:52:46 William Onyeabor - Great Lover
LP Great Lover 1981 Wilfilms Records WLP 1010
0:58:25 William Onyeabor - Body And Soul
LP In Body & Soul 1980 Wilfilms Records WRLPS 1007
1:06:45 William Onyeabor - Atomic Bomb
LP Atomic Bomb 1978 Wilfilms Records WRLP 1002
1:17:10 William Onyeabor - Tomorrow
LP Tomorrow 1979 Wilfilms Records WRLP 1003
1:22:25 William Onyeabor - Crashes
LP Crashes In Love 1977 Wilfilms Records WRLP 1001

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South-Amerikano - Suriname Soundz

S-American Fantasy Express - part 1
Carnaval season started this week (11 November at 11:11 a.m.) so a reason to visit S-America, home of the medicine against almost everything; Music!
But wait, before you going to change for your peacock suit -it is all a bit too early for that. With this dailyleftover we first let some sunshine in our heads with some beautiful cosmical latin before we exercise our muscles with the loco Salsa, Samba, Charanga, Merengue and Batucada ...so take the couch out and make some space amigos .. bailar exitos [refresh 18082010]

Bigi Pokoe [music of Surinam]
pulled out some Surinam music for my own personal fun but i think nice to share it with you'll. As i think most of you people don't have a clue what to expect here, this music spawned some real HOT dancehall nights. Kasèko with it's Big Drum Bass and FAT Brass sound is what you get. but as all is great we leave much space for almost everything ..some Surinam made Funk, Calypso, Reggae, Afrobeat and even a great rap cover of Dillinger's Cocaine In My Brain will pass the Dutchie from the left hand side :) ..so turn your bass up

for your information :)

Please listen to it once [UPDATE 2011]

South-American Fantasy Express tt: 59:50 [file size: 84KB]
00:00 Ines Barroso - Cococ Di Mane 7" Brazilian Folk Songs ....Supraphon SUL 32151
01:40 Jorge Ben - Errare Humanun Est LP A Tabua De Esmeralda (Brother) 1974 Philips 6349 083
06:25 Jorge Ben - Jesus De Praga LP Tropical 1976 Philips 9286 490
09:50 Celia Cruz - Santa Barbara LP La Excitante 1968 Disques Vogue CLVLXR 579
13:33 Charanga '76 - Detras De Ti LP Madison Sqaure Garden 1978 TR Records 139X
19:44 Hermanos Ferreira - El Pachan Guero comp. !Charanga! .... Tropical Records 5182
21:39 Las Chicas Del Can - El Africano comp. Merengues Para Bailadores ....Not On Label L.LP 1006
25:55 Fernandito - Los Saxofones comp. Merengue Special 1983 Latin Sound 831984
30:20 Doble-R - Kanta Duru Lubid'e LP Kalentando Isireco Rec. 023
36:15 Alma Brasileira - Tem Doutor Na Transa LP Alma Brasileira 1978 EMI Brazil BR 89.002
38:54 Les Aiglons - Cuisse La 12" Cuisse La 1977 Disques Debs HDW 006
44:50 Tipica '73 - Salsa Suite LP Los Dos Lados De La 1977 Inca Records SLP 1053
53:55 Judge's Nephews - Novios LP Los Sobrinos Del Juez 1976 Copacabana COLP 12060
57:28 Grupo Bota - Solos LP Untitled 1977 Discos Fuentes / Velvet De Venezuela 252024

Bigi Pokoe [music of Surinam] tt: 1:02:07 [file size: 87KB]
00:00 Lieve Hugo - Mi Bè Bè LP Wang Piepel, Wang Nation 1975 EMI-Bovema Holland 5C 056-25287
04:00 The Kaseko Masters - Se Koele 12" Fierie 1982 Fisureco International FOS 45019
09:09 The Kaseko Masters - Mama No Loekoe A Deng 12" Mama No Loekoe ....For Glorie GLO 5005
13:10 Real Gano - Ding Oema 12" Wiwiri 1981 Doglau DG 81004
17:30 Kwasiba Bersaba - Na Wie Alla Dja 12" Na Wie Alla Dja ....Unice Records U.R. 80.091
20:37 Vyent Combo - Je-Je-Je LP Jajo Libi 1977 Unice Records URLP 004
23:27 Happy Boys - Jorka Soepoe LP Switi Momo 1978 Fajalobie Records FL 433.015
27:58 Erwin Bouterse and Roetoe - Groovy Weekend 7" Need To Be Loved .... Unice Records 067
31:56 Johnny & Orquesta Rodrigues - African Woman LP Hey Mal Yo 1974 Negram NR-110
36:00 Dem Mama - Alla Lendjie LP Foe Wie Na Wie ....Not On Label CLP 7742
38:52 Mighty Cisco & Flash Tropical Steels - Free Me Up Baby 12" FTS+B ....FAC 012
43:13 Real Saramacca - Gotoe Ketie LP Tai Mie Ede 1981Disco Amigo DA 33024
47:29 Iwan Esseboom - Dai Mi A Kokoti
12" Meets Cosje 1983 Pokoe PK 45049
57:16 Happy Boys - Kronto [Hey Jim! spell for me Paramaribo] 7" Kronto 1977 Fajalobie Records FLS 41006

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Live at Club World

wow another dailyleftover!
:) hello my virtual audience
I had this thing already some time in mind, as CRISIS is the word of today. Many seem to have no clue what is going on and been blindfolded by deadly comfort for too long ... anyway nobody knows tomorrow ...so lets dance our way trough it

Crisis Money Struggle, so this means great African tunes, starting with the great tune from Monomono led by mr. Haastrup. Crazy keys in the Lightning Power Of Awareness is all i can say. Second track is from a reissue of the The Peace, a band from Zambia. This reissue is quality wise similair to most other old african records and probably mastered from an mp3 file that floated on the www for some time. But anyways this records stands out and rocks aslike the similar W.I.T.C.H. records. Track 3 is a fine Guitar piece by Smahila & The S.B.'s about what you can do with money(imho the most sung about issue on African records) Smahila most know for his afrobeat track on the Afrodisiac Records 12", and as far as i know that was a one time only that he made Afrobeat on this imho boring Lp (African Movement on A-side), and he found his very great own style after that. #4 James Danso i only have one record Makossa and is just a nice afro tune that seemd to fit before Diamond 3 downfall of man. We slow down with Mochico Bay into a percussion beat with great brass parts. Track 7 comes from the long unknown but now already legendary LP of Pax Nicholas And The Nettey Family reissued by DJ Soulpusher who gave us the great voodoofunk blog. He mentions that although travelling Africa for a long time he never did find such a Afrobeat gemm again, but that is maybe also because he found the love for Disco, African Disco that is ..but as a real Funk brother he had to excuse himself many times for playing disco before he said outloud that he was a disco man by heart :) anyways may he discover many nice tunes for us in his next travel. Joe Mensah after this. A track i have in my heart for a long time because it has those nice little freaky things hanging on a straight rhythm, a beautiful Tribute To Nigeria that is. Victor Olaiya's Omelebele, what can is say, a great artist who made many great tunes... [[edit: sorry for the sound quality is this tracks]]
Prince V. Jala Osazuwa made few records with outstanding afro beats and so this track found its way into this dailyleftover for you to ear. Mr. Ofege here with for me a great track from his superb solo album Evolution and ending with Frank Fyne ...what will be will be
gotta go, C'yah
ENJOY (link refreshed 14/02/2011)

Live at Club World tt 1:07:54
0:00:00 Monomono - The World Might Fall Over
LP Give The Begger A Chance 1973 Odeon EDL02.01.99
0:06:08 The Peace -Get On The Way
ReissueLP Black Power Groovie Records GROO 0011
0:14:50 Smahila & The S.B.'s -Money
LP .. 1978 Decca 278.178
0:20:40 James Danso - Agoro Ye De
LP Agoro Ye De Makossa MA 7086
0:26:13 Diamond 3- Downfall Of Man
LP Pocket No Good EMI NEMI556
0:30:55 Mochico Bay And His Melody Makers - Edegbee
0:37:08 Pax Nicholas And The Nettey Family -You
ReissueLPNa Teef Know De Road Of Teef Daptone017
0:43:00 Joe Mensah - Ye Gbawa Oo Baba
LP The Afrikan Hustle Mezumbah ME-D 1000
0:49:00 Victor Olaiya - Omelebele
Compilation Lagos Chop Up Honest Jon's HJRLP 15
0:54:47 Prince V. Jala Osazuwa & His African Angels - Nnem Zimozi
LP Son Of Africa EMI NEMI209
0:58:31 Melvin Ukachi -Mr. T
LP Evolution (Bring Back The Ofege Beat)1981 EMI NODLP 003
1:03:22 Frank Fyne -What Will Be Will Be
LP Frank Fyne's Express 1977 Go Gay Muomaife GGLP 1013

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Announcement billboard of a concert by A.B. Crentsil placed on the streets, painted by Mark Anthony.

Ehuru Huru A Ebetwo (no situation is permanent)
In general we can say that Highlife tells about common problems of life and deal with a wide variety of subjects, urban aswell rural, modern as traditional, true events but also fables.
The guitar Highlife dancebands were very popular in 70's Ghana and had a big influence on the society. A concert of Highlife bands usually started with a theatre play around a certain theme before the bands performance. It seems that at first urban life and social mobility were the predominant themes in Highlife songs. It reflected the high society in towns. In that early period Highlife probably played a modernizing role by connecting these new problems by refering to the older wishdom and tales. Like the early troubadour traveling from town to town telling news, tales and wishdom accompanied by music or the elders sitting under the tree teaching the young, storytelling is actually the main aspect of Highlife. Daily problems that are recognised by people and tell how they could cope with them. Old wishdom is updated and again spread by the songs and records. Oneliners from the lyrics are picked up and used in daily language, written down on houses and cars (transport vans) in the streets.
Highlife originated at the end of the 19th century at the Ghana coastal area and could then still be seperated in two different styles. The horn orchestras that played in the decent ballrooms and the guitarbands that toured the workers bars. These guitar orientated dancebands played less the western influenced popular tunes as their music was more African rhythm driven and about the struggle of daily life. In the 50's danceband period, Highlife became very popular over the whole south of Ghana and parts of Nigeria. The electric guitar became the most prominent instrument and by its 70's toppingtime it is spread all over Ghana, Nigeria, Sierra Leone and also Congo.
Highlife comes in various forms, influenced by many other styles of music and usually with its own genre name and dances. What i bring you here is very up-up tempo Highlife stuff, rhythmical drum changes accompanied by freaky organs and great guitars and great voices. These are long tracks so i can imagine your short-attention span starts to speak when listnin to this for the first time, but i assure you it grows on you.
I do not understand the lyrics, but for example the first track by Alex Konadu - Adamfo Pa [Good Friend], it expresses the sorrows of someone who has lost a very good friend. That person becomes confused and start to behave real strange by his extreme sadness about the death.
After the first hour i'd slow it down with some great classics by Vis-a-Vis band and for the endpiece i let you hear a some copper by Asiakwa Brass Band who had a very own style as you will hear. Let me know if you like and i am looking forward to bring you more of this band, or other wicked tunes ..
nuff said, enjoy here [refresh 14022011]

Ehuru Huru A Ebetwo (no situation is permanent) tt: 1:24:38
0:00:00 Alex Konadu - Adamfo Pa
LP Odo Beko Ma Obi Aba 1980 Makossa MA 7071
0:14:07 Youngsters Band - Emaa Pe De
LP Youngsters Band .... Yaa Kumi YKLP 04
0:18:46 Kyeremateng Stars - A.K. Badu D.K. Nyarko
LP Afenhyiapa .... Ambassador LPAM 026
0:27:40 Akwaboa's International Band - Meko, Meko Menko No Kwa
LP Meye Meye .... Ambassador LPAM 021
0:39:56 Alex Konadu Band - Kunkonuhunu
LP Kunkonuhunu 1980 Makossa MA 7062
0:53:35 Atakora Manu -Da Da
LP Omintiminin .... Koaky KYK 004
0:59:39 Obiba Collins-Marfo And His Super Stars - Ɔko Ɔka (Eko Ɔba)
LP Wo Anya No Fo 1981 Spitfire SLP 2001
1:03:57 Vis-A-Vis Group - Osu A Ono Nkoaa
LP Ɔdɔ Guahoroɔ (Odo gu Ahorow) 1977 Awosco & Sons AWLP 1007
1:06:49 Vis-A-Vis Band Of Ghana- Maame
LP Tan-Hunu 1981 Tedd GH001
1:11:42 Vis-A-Vis Band-Enda Menko So
LP Top Hits .... Ofo Bros OFBLS 1013
1:16:03 C.K. Oppong And His Marble Roller's Band Of Ghana -Dabi Mobe Kae Me
LP Untitled ... Pam-Pam PAMLP 006
1:21:11 Asiakwa Brass Band - Oda Ne Baa I
LPWo Tese Mawu A Didi .... Anopa Nsonoma NK6

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world is flat

According to my recordplayer the world is flat
listen HERE

00:00 Unknown - Aro-Aye -Edo (Benin Province, Midwest Nigeria)(Umoru Ilu-Okonu) fieldrecording 7" Song And Sound, The World Around; Nigeria, Philips 420 002 NE
02:42 Msomi & Amagugu-Emdlovana Zinkani (They Are Stubborn In Greytown) LP Compilation; Singing In Open Space (Zulu Rhythm And Harmony 1962-1982), 1989 Gallo Record Company BL 680
05:19 Malombo - Motshile LP Compilation; Tunder Before Dawn; The Indestructible Beat Of Soweto2, 1987Earthworks EWV 1
09:47 J.O. Omoruyi & His Black Beat Of Benin -Idamu 1 LP Ekokosiko, Sonny Records SOR 002
17:27 Mohammad Akram Rohnawaz - Untitled LP Compilation; Music In The World Of Islam, Drums & Rhythms,1976 Tangent Records TGS 136
22:00 Shankar-Jaikishan& Vivin Lobo- I Love You 7" O, Mehbooba, 1962 Odeon EKDA 91
25:48 Unknown- Greeting Song Recorded at the festival for Oxóssi-São Sebastião comp. Amazônia · Cult Music Of N-Brazil, 1976 Lyrichord LLST 7300
28:35 Unknown - Unknown fieldrecording 7" Song And Sound, The World Around; Surinam, Philips 427 032 NE
31:28 Alma Brasileira - Escada Da Penha LP Untitled, 1978 EMI Music (Brazil) BR 89.002
36:03 Dr.Alhaji (Chief) Sikuru Ayinde Barrister And His Supreme Fuji Vibrations - Mo Duro Mo Rire+ Fuji Regun LP Superiority, 1980 Siky Oluyole SKOLP 030
44:33 Yedenou Adjahoui & Son Ensemble D'Avrankou - Djo Mi Djo Wa Se 7" Djo Mi Djo Wa Se Albarika Store ASEP 1050
50:40 Unknown - Untitled LP Compilation; Music In The World Of Islam, Drums & Rhythms,1976 Tangent Records TGS 136

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.......here is my latest dailyleftover.
It contains some great very rare funky stuff with some little sidewinder towards France Ivory Coast productions but mostly rare Nigerian Disco Boogie Funk
There are some field recordings(intros) that dont really fit inn but they are ..so live with it. As i did not have an idea beforehand what to play at first this is what came up. See tracklist :) so you can read what you get before downing here [update2012 ..be prepared so to say

Oh No John No totaltime1:12:14
0:00:00 unknown - La Brise Douce 7" Clefs Pour La Chine; Mongolie - Le Chant Du MondeLDY4039
0:02:24 unknown - Azan (Call For Prayer) 7" Chants And Songs From The Middle East - Philips 427022NE
0:05:00 Ofo & The Black Company- Allah Wakbarr LP Nigeria'70 1970'S Funky Lagos - Strut
0:08:14 Roger Damawuzan-Wait For Me Lp African Scream Contest - Analog Africa AALP 063
0:11:08 Sonny Okosun -Liberation LP- Fire In Soweto - EMI NEMI0330
0:15:54 Christy Adiele - Onuru Akwanwa Gbata LP Work Before Pleasure - MTC 020
0:20:18 unknown - Ajam(flute interlude) 7" Music Of The Dervishes - Philips 427 028 NE
0:22:40 Dennis Mac David - Love Without End LP Bugalulu - Aberdeen World-Star A.W.P. 101
0:29:00 William Onyeabor -Better Change Your Mind LP 1978 Atomic Bomb - Wilfilms WRLP 1002
0:35:05 Dennis Mac David - What Granddaddy Says You Gonna Do If You Got A New Baby LP Computerman/Bugalulu2 - A.W.P. 103
0:42:05 Bobbie Ejike - Afro Punk (Instrumental) LP 1987 No Vacancy - Dragon Records DRLP 0110
0:45:50 Buari - Them Yebtheyet LP Buari RCA 1975 APL1-1045
0:50:45 Jonel Cross - Oh! John LP 1982 Way To Freedom - Triangle Seven Records TSR A004

Oh No John No_part02 0:00:00 Benis Cletin - Everybody Dance LP 1980 Mr. Music - Blackspot B-Spot 010
0:07:05 Off-Ons Ideh Feat.Cecily Omonhinmin -I Can Handle This LP 1985 Magic - R-Age LP 006
0:10:16 George Ema - A Chance LP Sweeter Than Honey - Phonodisk PHD 009
0:16:14 Vitamin Explosion Band - Don't Go LP 1984 True Love - Ekah Record ERLP 001
0:20:07 Ify Darlingtons - On The Broadway LP Your Love Affairs - Taretone TTLC 179
0:23:33 Mike Umoh - Shake You Body LP Getting On Getting Down - Duomo DSL 008
0:29:39 Emma Dorgu -Disco To The No.1 LP 1980 Song Of Life - Polydor POLP 045
0:33:55 Jimmy Hyacinthe - Yatchiminou LP Jimmy Hyacinthe - Discogram DISCO 007
0:40:33 Rato Venance - Djaitain LP Djaitain - Discogram DISCO 005
0:46:17 Eko Roosevelt Louis- Osi Bakele Mba LP Untitled - Dragon Phénix DPX 817
0:50:17 Tala André Marie - Arabica LP 1978 Arabica - Derby DBR 20071
0:54:45 Harry Mosco - Step On 12" 1980 - Samba SA003
0:59:20 I.G. - Funk Ina Ghetto LP 1980 Bomp - Don Pedros Records DEP 001
1:03:28 William Onyeabor -Why Go To War LP 1979 Tomorrow - Wilfilms Records WRLP 1003

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Vids Poly-Rythmo LIVE & theme

i'd putt up some vids (sorry for bad sound) of the first ever live performance of
Orchestre Poly-Rythmo De Cotonou Benin
So putt on your poly rhythmo legs and catch them if you can.

ojep the vid link

well maybe this is the thing to do.
Putt up those mixes i do when i have

let's see

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CoColombia el Discos Fuentes

Dailyleftover of some great Colombian tracks from the good old days. It starts kinda freaky with those happy accordion jodel tracks but then the shit hits the fan ..Colombia!!!!!

Sorry no tracklist but expect Pedro Lanza and lots of FRUKO.
(but you can always contact me for track info or more)
Get it here [re-up'D 07/2012]

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been almost a year..so i must been working way to hard or sleeping way to much

yes well..let's see if we can make this work.
But that is what i thought one year ago also
But that is life ..blogs come and go.
Maybe dailyleftover is not really a good theme
when you need 25hours a day ..lol

anyways i must be talking to myself ...
let's build something here ..or burn it

Afbeelding toevoegen

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