Tuesday, January 15, 2013

Carole Samaha Standing Tall After Breakups

I have always taken Carole Samahe to be a serious musicians  she seems to have a good education and training in her career, something that equips her to pick winners. In romance and in pop she has taken any average song and turns it into a gold mine of emotions.

Carole feels like a very proud women who refuses to stop living, her hardest critics come form younger females who have little of what Carole has yet they want to success without trying. Carole works hard and takes her selections seriously, she has always sounded to be life-loving and loyal to all those in her life. She does invent comeback with new looks, but never (never) lose sight of who she is.

You can hear scratchy guitar line complemented by hurried vocals—about some disloyal guy, is, without question, one of the best (and most addictive) pop songs of the year. Carole doesn't sing about flirting and body parts and doesn't chain-smoke or curse.

She appears to be, on the surface, a paragon of chastity and virtue. But that doesn't mean she isn't a feminist. It’s all really a matter of audience. Samaha's target audience is 20- to 40-year-old men and women  She’s a hell of a good role model for that age group. Unlike many female pop stars these days with their avant-garde facades, she’s never undergone an “image transformation” and compromised her artistic integrity.

Carole Samaha & Mario Reyes - Laily Lail / كارول سماحة و ماريو - ليلى ليل


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