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luís soares

Blog do escritor Luís Soares

Subdued

Directed by Dashti Jahfar 

Oscar Jerome - Guitar & Vocals
Jack Polley - Bass
Onome Edgeworth - Congas
Eddie Hick - Drums
Theo Erskine - Saxophone
Joe Armon-Jones - Keyboards, Synth & Backing vocals
Poppy Ajudha - Backing vocals
Wu-Lu - Backing vocals

Written and arranged by Oscar Jerome
Produced by Wu-Lu
Mixed by Tom Carmichael
Mastered by Dick Beetham

Mystery of Love

Music video for “Mystery of Love” by Sufjan Stevens from the Call Me By Your Name soundtrack featuring footage from the film as well as footage filmed at the M.A.N. (Museo Archeologico Nazionale of Naples).

 

Oh, to see without my eyes
The first time that you kissed me
Boundless by the time I cried
I built your walls around me
White noise, what an awful sound
Fumbling by Rogue River
Feel my feet above the ground
Hand of God, deliver me

 

Oh, oh woe-oh-woah is me
The first time that you touched me
Oh, will wonders ever cease?
Blessed be the mystery of love

 

Lord, I no longer believe
Drowned in living waters
Cursed by the love that I received
From my brother's daughter
Like Hephaestion, who died
Alexander's lover
Now my riverbed has dried
Shall I find no other?

 

Oh, oh woe-oh-woah is me
I'm running like a plover
Now I'm prone to misery
The birthmark on your shoulder reminds me

 

How much sorrow can I take?
Blackbird on my shoulder
And what difference does it make
When this love is over?
Shall I sleep within your bed
River of unhappiness
Hold your hands upon my head
Till I breathe my last breath

 

Oh, oh woe-oh-woah is me
The last time that you touched me
Oh, will wonders ever cease?
Blessed be the mystery of love

Asa Branca

Vídeo del directo de "Asa Branca" de Sílvia Pérez Cruz con quinteto de cuerda en el Teatre Tívoli de Barcelona el 17 de noviembre de 2017. Presentación del disco Vestida de nit.

Autores: Luiz Gonzaga y Humberto Teixeira
Elena Rey, Carlos Montfort: violín
Anna Aldomà: viola
Miquel Àngel Cordero: contrabajo
Joan Antoni Pich: violonchelo

Ingeniero de sonido: Juan Casanovas
Diseño de luces: Gabi Paré (cube.bz)

 

Quando olhei a terra ardendo
Igual fogueira de São João
Eu perguntei a Deus do céu, ai
Por que tamanha judiação
Eu perguntei a Deus do céu, ai
Por que tamanha judiação


Que braseiro, que fornalha
Nem um pé de plantação
Por falta d'água perdi meu gado
Morreu de sede meu alazão

 

Por farta d'água perdi meu gado
Morreu de sede meu alazão

 

Até mesmo a asa branca
Bateu asas do sertão
Depois eu disse, adeus Rosinha
Guarda contigo meu coração

 

Depois eu disse, adeus Rosinha
Guarda contigo meu coração

 

Hoje longe, muitas léguas
Numa triste solidão
Espero a chuva cair de novo
Pra mim voltar pro meu sertão

 

Espero a chuva cair de novo
Pra mim voltar pro meu sertão

 

Quando o verde dos teus olhos
Se espalhar na plantação
Eu te asseguro não chore não, viu
Que eu voltarei, viu
Meu coração

 

Eu te asseguro não chore não, viu
Que eu voltarei, viu
Meu coração

Happy New Year!

I'm on a roll
I'm on a roll this time
I feel my luck could change


Kill me, Sarah
Kill me again with love
It's gonna be a glorious day


Pull me out of the aircrash
Pull me out of the lake
'Cause I'm your superhero
We are standing on the edge


The head of state has called for me by name
But I don't have time for him
It's gonna be a glorious day
I feel my luck could change


Pull me out of the aircrash
Pull me out of the lake
'Cause I'm your superhero
We are standing on the edge


We are standing on the edge

The Weekend

SZA has shared a new CTRL visual directed by Solange. Watch “The Weekend” below. In the clip, SZA dances on a balcony, in a parking garage, as well as other empty spaces.

To A God Unknown

https://www.facebook.com/joaohasselbergbass

http://www.joaohasselberg.bandcamp.com

"To a God Unknown" from the album "Whatever It Is You're Seeking, Won't Come In The Form You're Expecting" played live at Centro Cultural e de Congressos das Caldas da Rainha as an encore.

Composed by João Hasselberg


Feat:
Moises Fernandes, sax
Joana Espadinha, voice
Luis Figueiredo, piano
Bruno Pedroso, drums
João Hasselberg, double bass

Video by João Pombeiro, Ricardo Rezende and Gonçalo Santos

my heart comes undone (with storm)

recorded by Jesse Lewis
at The TANK in Rangely, Colorado
live during a thunderstorm
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During a break, I went outside and found Odland looking nervously at the sky. “The weather was supposed to be clear,” he said. “But this red blob just popped up on the radar.” As lightning flashed and the wind picked up, he and several colleagues ran around, moving audio equipment to safety. I went back in, and the door clanged shut with a Mahlerian crash. Roomful of Teeth began to sing “my heart comes undone,” by the Baltimore-based composer Judah Adashi—a rapt meditation that draws elements from Björk’s song “Unravel.” A moment later, the storm broke. Gusts buffeting the exterior created an apocalyptic bass rumble; lashes of rain sounded like a hundred snare drums. The voices bobbed on the welter of noise, sometimes disappearing into it and sometimes riding above. As Adashi’s music subsided, the storm subsided in turn. In my experience, music has never seemed closer to nature.
-Alex Ross from The New Yorker (July 24, 2017)
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roomfulofteeth.org
tanksounds.org