O Rio Amazonas by swo98 Blues Jazz from the album Manaus Where Two Rivers Meet in iTunes

The Rio Negro and the Rio Solimões meet to make the mighty Rio Amazonas and it is here that we hear the play between the flute and the Saxophone. That song always takes me back to the time we spent on the Amazon River. Along the side of the river there are tributaries that reach into the jungle where the rich vegetable and animal life can be found. Just to let you know all our music can be heard on Spotify and many of the other streaming apps. 2:51 min 2 MB

13 thoughts on “O Rio Amazonas by swo98 Blues Jazz from the album Manaus Where Two Rivers Meet in iTunes

    • I feel the same way Jacqueline. It was a young lad who brought his boat up to ours and showed us the snake. He seemed to know how to handle it.


  1. Bonjour mon Amie ou Ami du Net Et gentille LESLIE j’ai peur des reptiles

    Un petit coup de pouce pour l’avenir
    Un petit mot que l’on dis régulièrement tous les jours.
    Bonjour comment vas-tu , moi ça vas , merci
    Ce sont des petits mots qui font plaisir à entendre et d’une belle sincérité
    Une grande marque de confiance
    C’est du soleil en abondance
    Si tu leur donnes un sens

    On ressent que ceux-ci viennent du cœur
    Avec un clin d’œil moi je te les adresse
    C’est la recette du bonheur accepte les moi je les prends en régal pour ce jour

    Belle journée , gros bisous plein de douceur


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  2. Interesting write up! Cheers to many more enlightening post.

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