miércoles, 25 de febrero de 2009

I've seen the future, brother...


Give me back my broken night 
my mirrored room, my secret life 
it's lonely here, 
there's no one left to torture 
Give me absolute control 
over every living soul 
And lie beside me, baby, 
that's an order! 
Give me crack and anal sex 
Take the only tree that's left 
and stuff it up the hole 
in your culture 
Give me back the Berlin wall 
give me Stalin and St Paul 
I've seen the future, brother: 
it is murder. 

Things are going to slide, slide in all directions 
Won't be nothing 
Nothing you can measure anymore 
The blizzard, the blizzard of the world 
has crossed the threshold 
and it has overturned 
the order of the soul 
When they said REPENT REPENT 
I wonder what they meant 
When they said REPENT REPENT 
I wonder what they meant 
When they said REPENT REPENT 
I wonder what they meant 

You don't know me from the wind 
you never will, you never did 
I'm the little jew 
who wrote the Bible 
I've seen the nations rise and fall 
I've heard their stories, heard them all 
but love's the only engine of survival 
Your servant here, he has been told 
to say it clear, to say it cold: 
It's over, it ain't going 
any further 
And now the wheels of heaven stop 
you feel the devil's riding crop 
Get ready for the future: 
it is murder 

Things are going to slide ... 

There'll be the breaking of the ancient 
western code 
Your private life will suddenly explode 
There'll be phantoms 
There'll be fires on the road 
and the white man dancing 
You'll see a woman 
hanging upside down 
her features covered by her fallen gown 
and all the lousy little poets 
coming round 
tryin' to sound like Charlie Manson 
and the white man dancin' 

Give me back the Berlin wall 
Give me Stalin and St Paul 
Give me Christ 
or give me Hiroshima 
Destroy another fetus now 
We don't like children anyhow 
I've seen the future, baby: 
it is murder 

Things are going to slide ... 

When they said REPENT REPENT ... 

Neil Diamond (REPOST)

Password for the albums: amrao
If anybody wants the live albums, just write me a comment

The feel of Neil Diamond (1966)


Just for you (1967)


Velvet gloves and spit (1968)

Brother love's traveling salvation show (1969)

Touching me, touching you (1969)

Taproot manuscript (1970)

Stones (1971)


Moods (1972)


Jonathan Livingstone Seagull (1973)


Serenade (1974)

Beautiful noise (1976)


I'm glad you're here with me tonight (1977)


You don't bring me flowers (1978)

September morn (1979)

The jazz singer (1980)

Heartlight (1982)

Primitive (1984)

Headed for the future (1986)

The best years of our lives (1988)

Lovescape (1991)

The Christmas album (1992)

Up on the roof, songs from the Brill Building (1993)

Tennessee moon (1996)

As time goes by (1998)

Three chord opera (2001)

12 songs (2005)

Home before dark (2008)

lunes, 23 de febrero de 2009

In my secret life (Leonard Cohen)/What was it you wanted (Bob Dylan)

I'm glad to know that, in order to analyse and comment poetry and prose, a professor of my degree (the subject is called Comentario de Textos Ingleses) has chosen these nice songs from between many others.
So, I'm beginning to see the light in English Philology. I'd love things like that, but I know how our University is. There is not much more to expect, but this subject sounds great!
Thanks for the election, anyway.

Leonard Cohen- Ten new songs (2001)

In my secret life (original clip) 

Bob Dylan- Oh, Mercy (1989)

What was it you wanted (not the original clip)

viernes, 6 de febrero de 2009

There's music on Clinton Street

Jean Luc Ponty- Upon the wings of music (1975)

Jean Luc Ponty- Enigmatic ocean (1977)

Hammer- Hammer (1970)

Pass: John Guerin

Martha Velez- Fiend and angels (1969)

Pass: http://www.dtodo1poco.com/musica/index.php