Nobunaga The Fool had a decent ending, though not a great one. The middle series hit right in the feels; then the tension went down and several "WTF?" moments spoiled the mood, but not fatally. At least the story was utterly and invariably complete, no "wait for another season" type of ending. I loved Nobunaga's character development, the Caesar/Ichihime story (too bad it didn't get much screen time and was quite abruptly ended), Himiko's surprising personality (despite being introduced as a clingy marriage-obsessed creep, she's fleshed out to be a strong, competent, cooperative leader who doesn't let love or jealousy get in the way of duty), and the lack of fillers. The anime rendition of Tarot cards was beautiful, I wish I saw the whole deck.
I'm healing my ears from generic modern American pop on the radio (ew, how voiceless those new stars are, I can't stand it) by Balkan music. The soundtrack for the great movies Montevideo: Taste of a Dream and See You in Montevideo:
Yes, it has the same melody with two variants of lyrics in Serbian and Spanish (both translated into English) - one is POV of a soldier coming home from war, the other of a woman who welcomes him. What a powerful message of human feelings that cross national boundaries. And exactly the type of song I like.