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Jarabe De Palo

The Latin rock group Jarabe de Palo (strictly translated as "wood syrup" in English) was formed in Barcelona in the early '90s by vocalist and guitarist Pau Donés with guitarist Jordi Mena, drummer Alex Tenas, percussionist Dani Forcada and bassist Joan Gené. Donés, an early fan of the Beatles and Bob Marley, formed his first band with his brother, but then found another lineup for the newly named Jarabe de Palo. The group's 1997 album La Flaca did well on the charts in the group's native land. De Vuelta Y Vuelta was issued four years later. ~ John Bush, Rovi
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It means stick syrup not wood syrup cmon people like really!
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In gran trobador , te deceo muchos exitos.
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Very very Nice
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:) :P
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☆★☆★☆ :)
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Pau explained in an interview that the name "jarabe de Palo" comes from a popular saying that grandmas and mothers used to tell their kids when they were not behaving properly..." s i no te portas bien te voy a dar jarabe de palo" meaning that they would heal them with jarabe "as in cough syrup" de palo " slang for a good beating"
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hahahhaha, strictly translated. I think the word you were looking for was horribly. Horribly translated.
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@ JP Nelson. Spaniards are consider latins. Don't be fool by stereotypes. . . . . . . Iberoamerica n o s . . . . . . . . Latinoameric a n o s . . . . . l o o k for the definitions of this terms and you'll see........
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Wood Syrup, please...... . What a bad translation. . . . . . John Bush...... do your job man
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Pau eres unico , sigue escribriendo musica .
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ropeti2010
Depende, te cojiero de pende . . . lol
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Siiii
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cant wait will be seeing him in San Francisco this Saturday yea bby va ta chido el cotorreo
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alos 18 dedique esta canción ami flaka q se Llama teresita de jesus
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Dediqué "La Flaca" a mi novia cuando salió... Ya 15 años de casados y 17 bailando la Flaca! Dos hijos maravillosos ahora bailan con nosotros!
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:-)
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Jarabe de palo one of the greatest Spanish rock in history.
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Me vuelve loca!!!!
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Lo mejor!!
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their name is a joke palo as in stick or dick,jarabe well use your imagination
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Figura y forma. Estética.
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Buena musica la que hacen!!!!!!, m e gustan mucho!!!!
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This song reminds me of my High School days ...
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forumtek
This is good music rite here
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lesjim94
Buena banda :'D
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yimrivera
I think the right translation is "wood syrup". It sound much better.
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Q bonita cancion me la dedicaron hace casi 12 anos :D
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Kinda like, maple syrup...in Spanish, Maple has no translation, its just Jarabe de Maple... so Jarabe de Palo means Palo syrup
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A Palo is a kind of tree. Jarabe means syrup. De means of. Jarabe de Palo=Syrup of Palo, or Palo syrup, Palo has no translation, its just a tree
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The bands name like most of their lyrics is a double entendre. Syrup stick is a more accurate translation. Syrup usually refers to medicine (i.e Cough Syrup) and stick is tough discipline . But Palo could also be a drumstick used in percussion so their beat could be medicine (as in for the soul). Wood would more likely be madiera not palo. The guy who wrote the bio must never have listened to them. If you want to learn the richness of the spanish language read their poetic lyrics.
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http://www.r e v e r b n a t i o n . c o m / r o c k i m e r a
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@J.P. Nelson
Just read what the description says: strict translation. Y los latinos somos todos desde Mexico hasta Argentina, menos Brasil y Espana. PUNTO, SE ACABO!!!
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Oxford

a.Hist. Applied (in opposition to Greek) to what pertains to the peoples of Western Europe, viewed in their relations with the Eastern Empire and with the Saracens and Turks; b.Used as a designation for the European peoples which speak languages descended from Latin; often with implication of the erroneous notion that these peoples are of Roman descent. Also ellipt. for Latin American.
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latino, na.

(Del lat. Latīnus).1. adj. Natural del Lacio. U. t. c. s. ; 2. adj. Pertenecient e o relativo a los pueblos del Lacio, o a las ciudades con derecho latino ; 3. adj. Pertenecient e o relativo a la lengua latina ; 4. adj. Propio de ella. 5. adj. Se dice de la Iglesia de Occidente, para diferenciarl a de la griega. Los padres de la Iglesia latina; 6. adj. Pertenecient e o relativo a ella. Los ritos latinos 7. adj. Natural de los pueblos de Europa y América en que se hablan lenguas derivada
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A latino is many things, but first and foremost in a spanish speaking countries it is used to describe a person that speaks a languague that derives from latin. Henceforth, Spanish derives from latin and we describe ourselves as Latinos (as stated in the prefix of the word).

neverthelles s s , don't take my word for it. I have concrete proof and here it is. Taken from REA (Real Academia Española) and OXFORD. Be diligent guys, why debate when you have the information in the plam of your hand. Or ra
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And Pandora, please change the translation from the nonsensical wood syrup definition that you have here to the good whoopin translation the fits better with the bio of the band, as well as the incredibly ironic quality of most of their lyrics, nearly all of which is lost in translation.
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@ nick_edward_ c l a r k . . . Sorry, the later part of your post was truncated, but I would note that on all forms that ask for a person's ethnicity, there is a clear distinction between Latino and any form of European. This band is not a person living naturalized in either of the American continents. They live in Spain, thus they are not Latino, French speaking or otherwise. They are Spanish, and live, record, and mainly perform on the Iberian Peninsula. Again, they are not Latinos.
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I think Latin rock may refer more to their style of music rather than to the members of the group, and the first song of theirs I have heard is definitely sort of Brazilian-fl a v o r e d
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@ J.P. Nelson...Lat i n o s is an appropriate description given that the word may connote anybody speaking a language of the Latin linguistic stock. Don't confuse the term with the often conflated Latino-Ameri c a n o , meaning a person living naturalized in either of the American continents and speaking as their mother tongue a Latin or romanic language. This broad definition however obviously includes French speaking Canadians, illustrating the ambiguity associated with assigning terminology to racial
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Fix two things: no son Latinos- they are Spanish. That is different. And the name of the band is REALLY important, and wood syrup is the worst translation I've ever heard!! Jarabe is a syrup, but one commonly used as medicine, like a cure. Palo is a stick. Therefore, Jarabe de Palo is better translated to stick medicine, as in, Este niño revoltoso merece un poco jarabe de palo, That rebellious kid deserves a little stick medicine! (a good whoopin!) Read Pau's bio and you'll get it.
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It is getting to where they are all I want to listen to!
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Jarabe is more like a home made remedy.
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Enamorada!!!
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Ay caray....... . . . . . c o m o que le diste al agua.
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Me siguen gustando mucho!!!!!!
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Gran collaboratio n de la mari de chambao y de Jarabe De Palo me facina dejame vivir libre pero a mi manera !
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xochitlm22
a todo dar =) me encanta
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Great Music ! Great Band!
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