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30 October 2009 @ 12:22 am
Ana Bárbara, la reina de la musica Grupera, canta canciones de su nuevo album en Acceso Total. Hay una entrevista donde ella habla de su nuevo disco, sus sueños de colaboración, y el el futuro que se acerca. Visite http://soundcheck.walmart.com/acceso-... por la entrevista, concierta, y un mp3 gratis.




Ana Bárbara en el Escenario de Acceso Total from Acceso Total on Vimeo.

 
 
Current Location: Dallas
Current Mood: chipperchipper
Current Music: grupera
 
 
La Voz, Ivan Lopez, tiene una entrevista nueva con Acceso Total. Habla de su musica y su nuevo disco, Fantasia. Visite http://soundcheck.walmart.com/acceso-total/ivan para ver el video.




 
 
Current Location: Dallas
Current Music: pop
 
 
Hey everyone, it' me again! Overnight sensations from Mexico, Los Pikadientes, are returning with a new album! They hit it big with their single, La Cumbia del Rio, and now they're coming with a new album called La Tiene mas Grande. They talk to Acceso Total all about it, along with their origin story and their music. Peep it at http://soundcheck.walmart.com/acceso-total/los-pikadientes

Los Pikadientes de Caborca en Acceso Total - Song 2 from Acceso Total on Vimeo.

 
 
01 June 2009 @ 08:25 pm
There's a certain song from what could possibly be my favorite movie of all time, Habana Blues, named "Arenas de Soledad," which pretty much makes me feel as if though I'm at the place I need to be in (Spain), and I could listen to in any mood and feel better afterward.



I want to know, are there any songs, whether Spanish, English, or both, that become more and more harmonious as you keep on listening to them? Music is the language of the world, and I think we hispanophiles know a good thing or two about how important language is. Does it matter to you personally if you can fully understand the words or not?

(If I'm supposed to put videos under an LJ-cut, please let me know! I only saw that it was needed for larger pictures, NSFW material, and long text, but I wasn't completely sure).
 
 
Current Music: "Arenas de Soledad" by Habana Blues
 
 
26 May 2009 @ 02:28 pm
"Cecilia Lopez, a student who is the first person from her family to go to college, sees something of herself in the first Hispanic woman to be nominated to the U.S. Supreme Court."

http://www.cnn.com/2009/POLITICS/05/26/sotomayor.latino/index.html?eref=rss_topstories

What do you guys think about this? I think it's obviously a significant step in showing that you don't have to come from a rich white family to be prosperous and successful in America. And it shows that Latinos are an important part of the fabric of America that shouldn't be overlooked. Hopefully this will be a good example of someone breaking stereotypes and it will further the acceptance of Latinos as a vital part of America.

Discuss!
 
 
 
04 May 2009 @ 03:41 pm
name your favorite spanish-speaking movies, or movies set in a spanish-speaking country!


mine is Y Tu Mamá También.



In Mexico, two teenage boys and an attractive older woman embark on a road trip and learn a thing or two about life, friendship, sex, and each other.

directed by Alfonso Cuarón starring Gael García Bernal, Diego Luna, and Maribel Verdú.
 
 
19 March 2009 @ 01:03 am
I am at a loss.

For weeks I have been trying to figure out how to get this community going, and I have come up with nothing. All I can think of is for everyone to share their favorite musicians and movies.

So that's what we'll do, for now. Comment to this post talking about your favorite bands, singers, movies, actors, etc. Tell us how you first discovered them, and why you love them. I'll start.

My favorite Hispanic band is La Ley. I think I just discovered them through related videos on YouTube. I became addicted once I realized how amazing their music is. Even though I discovered them only after they broke up, I'm still holding out for a reunion. ;)

I'm afraid I haven't seen enough Hispanic movies to know what my favorite one is. There are a lot I've seen that are good and I hope to see more.

P.S. If you have any suggestions for activities, discussions, whatever we can do to get this community rolling, please let me know! Thanks. :)
 
 
03 February 2009 @ 07:26 pm
Welcome to Hispanophile! :D

I'm glad to have you all on board. We can use this post to introduce ourselves! Here are a few questions you can fill out.

Name:
Location:
How did you find this community?
Favorite Hispanic actor/actress:
Favorite Hispanic musician/band:
Favorite other Hispanic person (writer, historical figure, etc.):
Favorite country and/or city (Spain, Buenos Aires, etc.):
What makes you a Hispanophile?

I hope we can all enjoy this community as it grows. I have a few ideas on how to make this place fun, so I'll let you know when something's happening. :D
 
 
30 January 2009 @ 09:55 pm
01-11 Spanish/Mexican-Spanish text icons

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13 January 2009 @ 03:38 pm
Hey everybody!

I've added some more interests, mostly people, but I know I can't think of every single famous actor, musician, writer, artist etc., so... I need your help.

Comment on this post with people, events, places, time periods, whatever you can think of, and I'll add them to the interests. There are so many different explorations, revolutions, movements, people... I can't think of them all myself, so I'll need some help.

Gracias!