Initially, that was my first blog and my calling:
One more day, and spring will be here.
“Arabieya”, Spring-Time, is a song of El haj, the Master of Chaâbi, the Algerian blues genre usually amplified the street air of Algiers from the radio, with El Mackneen, another song of Dahmane El Harrachi, the author of “Ya Rayah” the song that is spread worldwide today, Farid El Atrach, “waddi-Errabieÿh
|One more day, and spring is here. “Ar’bayia”, the chaabi song of El haj El Anka, and El Mackneen ezzine of El Badji, that he wrote in prison, that El haj El Ankiss sang with virtuoso, hymn for Freedom|
|there is no best way to celebrate Spring than to make tha first day of Spring, the Day of El Makneen in Algeria. عيد المقنين Mars 21. A dream make lt true|
you name it, French, English, Arabs, and whatever. This is, a tradition, a way to celebrate the coming of the spring that goes back to the days of olden, when people took their time to live, and appreciate the moment. Perhaps it is proper to Mediterranean people temperament; whom are more encline to enjoy the year-long sunny days, or perhaps. it is due to the clime of thought that I have in this moment, just as it cross my mind. My preferred ones among those was “El Rab’beia “_The Spring, it was one of the latest Chaâbi song of El haj El Anka, at that time, and El Makneen_the Goldfinch _Ezzine of El Badji, which he wrote in prison, and that El haj El Ankiss sang with virtuoso, a hymn to Freedom. All those three are Algerian artists. Like in Europe, and some countries around the world, they celebrate the solstice of Summer with music, I thought there is no best way to celebrate Spring than the making as the first day of Spring, the Day of El Mackneen in Algeria. عيد المقنين Marsh, 21st. or it is just a dream to make lt thru, never mind
Then back to reality:
Faut pas rever! wake up. C’est pas de l’ utopia, get some guts , open the d… cage and free the lit’le dude, while listening, to “Erb’yia”, or whatever pleased you.