Wednesday, September 3, 2008

Into Broery Marantika

Once you heard his song, you wanna hear more. And I remembered one of his best hit performance, Widuri. I just found out that the original singer is Bob Titipoli. Never heard of him before, though. Just saw him on youtube first time today.

10 comments:

cakapaje said...

Salam ydiana,

Hmm...sure bring back memories; my preference for this song has got to be by Bob, anytime.

On piano, I play this song with D minor.

ps. Malu to comment on the Award at Great Minds...think you put me too high. But thank you, and thanks for being a sport :)

Ydiana said...

Salam Shah

Nice soothing melody, right. I'm still not familiar with this Bob, so to me this song is Broery. But this guy has stronger clearer voice it seems.

Yep, I play with Dminor too, followed by Eminor, Dm7 and C. Then there are F and G7.

The award, least I could do...you deserve every bot of it. :)

Ydiana said...

Correction: spellin...urrgghh!

The award, least I could do...you deserve every bit of it. :)

Ydiana said...

Agaiiiin!

Better in Time said...

moi sudah tukar nama...

jaflam said...

Ydiana,
Just love that song and his voice. So far nobody can match his manly,strong, soothing voice. Hope to hear your voice in the near future.

Ydiana said...

Hi Tehsin

Tukar nama eh? Azam nak raya ke? But good name indeed. Very positive!

Tq for informing! :)

Ydiana said...

Hi DJ

For this beautiful song,I won't spoil it with my voice. For your information, I failed even at karaoke. Hahaha... Maybe on piano later. :)

Daphne Ling said...

Hey Kak Diana,

How are you? Lama I tak visit you di...

I have never heard of the people you blogged about in this post. And I'm having problems opening videos, so I still don't know!

Oh well...Hope you have a good week, and do take care...

Ydiana said...

Hi Daphne

You're still around!! Thanks for dropping in.

Hahaha...this Broery Marantika was/is a famous Indonesian singer with quite a number of hit songs. One of the favourites is Widuri, a song originally sung by Bob Titippoli, also an Indonesian singer. Unfortunately Broery has passed away quite a few years back, though I don't know about Bob. Apparaently, Broery was also once married to our Anita Sarawak before.