Eurovision contestants 2008

Albania – Olta Boka – Zemren E Lame Peng
Andorra – Gisela – Casanova
Armenia – Sirusho – Qele Qele
Azerbaijan – Elnur Huseynov feat. Samir Javadzadeh – Day After Day
Belarus – Ruslan Alehno – Hasta La Vista
Bosnia and Herzegovina – Laka – Pokusaj
Bulgaria – Deep Zone and Balthazar – DJ, Take Me Away
Belgium – Ishtar – O Julissi na Jalini
Croatia – Kraljevi ulice feat. 75 cents – Romanca
Cyprus – Evdokia Kadi – Femme Fatale
Czechia – Tereza Kerndlova – Have Some Fun
Denmark – Simon Mathews – All Night Long
Estonia – Kreisiraadio – Leto Svet
Finland – Terasbetoni – Missa miehet ratsastaa
France – Sebastien Tellier – Divine
Georgia – Diana Gurtskaya – Peace Will Come
Greece – Kalomira – My Secret Combination
Germany – No Angels – Disappear
Hungary – Csezy – Candlelight
Iceland – Euroband – This is my life
Ireland – Dustin the Turkey – Irelande douze points
Israel – Bo’az Ma’uda – Ke’ilo kan
Latvia – Pirates of the Sea – Wolves of the sea
Lithuania – Jeronimas Milius – Nomads In The Night
Macedonia – Tamara feat. Vrcak and Adrian Gaxha – Vo imeto na ljubovta
Malta – Morena – Vodka
Moldova – Geta Burlacu – A Century of Love
Montenegro – Stefan Filipovic – Zauvijek volim te
Netherlands – Hind – Your Heart Belongs To Me
Norway – Maria Haukass Storeng – Hold On Be Strong
Poland – Isis Gee – For Life
Portugal – Vania – Senhora do Mar
Russia – Dima Bilan – Believe
Romania – Nico and Vlad Mirita – Pe-o margine de lume
San Marino – Miodio – Complice
Serbia – Jelena Tomasevic – Oro
Spain – Rodolfo Chikilicuatre – Baila el ChikiChiki
Slovenia – Rebeka Dremelj – Vrag Naj Vzame
Sweden – Charlotte Perrelli – Hero
Switzerland – Paolo Meneguzzi – Era Stupendo
Turkey – Mor ve Otesi – Deli
UK / Great Britain – Andy Abraham – Even If
Ukraine – Ani Lorak – Shady Lady



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Saxophone skills silenced

You know you’ve got days when you know you should have got around to something much earlier, but didn’t? Like practicing a musical instrument for pleasure oa performance.

Well, a friend of my mothers was always ‘threatening’ us with a public performance of his saxophone skills – even though we lived close enough to hear the private rehearsals.

Still all the neighbourhood looked forward to the day when a musician finally came out from their modest shell to share the music they love.

All of us were treated to the intricacies of ‘Baker Street’ – or at least the into for countless hours on end. Sometimes you could even hear most of the song, played a little falteringly, but complete nonetheless.

I would often keep my eye out for sheet music for the fledgling sax player and

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