This video is dedicated to all those searching for a better place.Este video es dedicado para todos esos buscando una vida mejor.
Those who are willing to risk everything to find a better place for their children and their families. Esos que están dispuestos arriesgar todo por una vida mejor para sus familias.
Those who are willing to walk thousands of miles and endure trials and tribulations most have never imagined. Todos esos dispuestos a caminar miles de millas y exponerse a peligros que muchos no pueden imaginar.
To those we say we love you, stay strong, endure, resist, and AGUANTA! A ellos, les decimos LOS AMAMOS, mantengan su fuerza. A ti Hermano. A ti Hermana, te digo; AGUANTA!
I wrote this song years ago while George W Bush was in office. I felt he like so many other politicians were imposters, pretending to do for the people what the people were capable of doing for themselves. I now see that I wrote this song for all politicians as it is as relevant today as it was back then. It reminds me to resist the politicians and the systems that oppress and destroy and support the people who love and help.
“You cannot buy the revolution. You cannot make the revolution. You can only be the revolution. It is in your spirit, or it is nowhere.”
In CABIN FEVER, an elderly husband and wife are overcome with the desire to escape the hospice room they've co-habited for years and to spend one more night out on the town together. After slipping into their old clothes and fashioning a rope from their sheets, the couple slides out of their window and back into their youth. At every turn of their magical journey, the couple is serenaded by the omnipresent Marcelo Quinonez, Cabin Fever's singer-songwriter, whose powerful lyrics caution against letting our world's most precious commodity, time, slip away.
All songs written, mixed, and produced by: Marcelo E. Quinonez
Musicians: Vocals, Guitar, Keys, MIDI programming, and Bass for all songs by Marcelo E. Quinonez Drums by Eric Hastings (erichastings.com) Except: Imposter & What am I doing (Done with help from the mighty Sly Lothario) Bass by Steve Steele Keys, Melodica by Bryan Cook Percussion by Robert Dale Walker Tenor Saxophone by Aaron Jenkins Trombone by Adrian Witherspoon Trumpet by Chris Littlefield Baritone Saxophone by Sam Wambach Backing Vocals on La Verdad by Lenore Venokur