Posted by Claudia Moser on 6:14 AM in
Xavier Naidoo, another artist which I would like to share with you. I discovered him in Germany, he has a very special kind of music and you either like it or simply ignore it. I chose the first option, but I admit that I am not a fan. Some of his songs are really pleasant, one example below

The title mean where do you want to go? I translated some of the lyrics

Where do you want to go
Because it doesn't make any sense
To walk away
I hold you tight
Search for you north, east south and west
to beg you not to leave

You need the right mood to listen to his songs, but it is rather special and I wanted to share some German music too.

And the instrument? Easy to guess and no explanation needed for sure! Xylophone!

A very nice solo, hope you enjoyed it!



I like the translation. Not someone I"ve ever heard of.

I like Xavier's voice and the song sounds kind of haunting. Lovely.

Enjoyed the music. I've never heard of him before and I didn't understand the words except for what you translated but the music was very nice.

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Likewise,I hadn't heard of Xavier before, but I liked this song and I was glad of your translation!

@Barb - well he is indeed limited more to the German market
@Belle - I'm glad you liked it!
@Julie - welcome! I'll drop by as well
@This - :)

I have a hard enough time understanding some of today's music when it's in English. Xylophone I understand!

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I really like this guy's voice and the X. solo...made feel feel like I was at the circus!

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