I love music and i am very much into it. Once i feel bad, mixed emotions, happy, travelling music is always with me, or should is say into all of us ’cause the type of music that we are into represents the way we feel and our personality.
Bamboo is one of the great Filipino bands that the Philippine music industry has, they are one of the rock legends and the band behind the songs “Noypi”, “Probinsyana” and “Tatsulok” that really symbolizes nationalism and the shout of youth to the government and to the society. I love there music so much that it makes me wanna sing all over and over and over again. Their acts, everything but now, they are disbanded. Yes, you read it right, they are.
Though they are disbanded their music will always be in our hearts. But don’t be sad for they will still continue doing their last album together.
There are other bands who also disbanded like Hale which was also great and is behind the songs blue sky, The day you said goodnight, waltz, Bahay Kubo(Nipa Hut), my mom’s favorite Sandali na lang(Just a moment), Broken Sonnet, Kung wala ka (If you’re not here) and Shooting Star and the Band Sugar Free that popularized the song “Hari ng Sablay” and the song “Makita kang muli” that was used for the TV show Panday.
“‘Cause there’s a blue sky waiting tomorrow, waiting tomorrow, maybe it’s all we need…”
There will always be a blue sky!.
1.Tatsulok – Triangle in English and the song is about the society’s poverty and imbalance and the abusive rulers of the nation.
2.Probinsyana- “The country girl” in English is about the country girls of the philippines being timid, friendly, prim, proper but lovable and loving.
3. Noypi –in a reverse tagalog word which is Pinoy or Filipino that is about being proud of being a filipino, accepting the physical traits and celebrate being globally-competitive, brave, tough, strong yet kind-hearted, warm, generous and a God-fearing Filipino.