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Kourtney Kardashian Flaunts Her Toned Midriff, Post Baby Body
The 36-year-old E! reality star cleverly captioned her pic using lyrics from a Soulja Boy song, writing: "Hopped up out the bed, turn my swag on Took a look in the mirror said what's up?". We're not the only ones impressed with Kourtney's fab figure …
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Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett shine at Radio City Music Hall
Soon after, they delivered “They All Laughed,” whose lyrics snipe back at the doubters. Bennett's performance offered an equally swift rebuke to anyone concerned about his stamina. Two months shy of his 89th (!) birthday, the New York-native proved he …
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Ink Out Loud: Hey, hey, my, my
Each time I hear Young's lyrics I am brought to tears: “I see a woman in the night with a baby in her hand, under an old street light, near a garbage can. Now she puts the kid away and she's gone to get a hit. She hates her life and what she's done to …
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This double CD is Sub Pop’s first (intentional) comedy release, recorded during David’s 2002 national tour. He and Bob Odenkirk were the men responsible for HBO’s popular comedy series, “Mr. Show”. Cross’ other credits include “Men In Black” 1&2, “Ghost World”, “Pootie Tang”, “Cable Guy”, “Waiting For Guffman”, and more. Disc one is enhanced with a trailer for his 2003 DVD release.
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Denver, CO (PRWEB) February 07, 2014
Regardless of where you are, whether in Denver, Des Moines, Dresden or Darwin, when the band plays Cielito Lindo, chances are most people there can sing along with that timeless Mexican ballad or at least belt out its familiar ay-ay-ay-ay chorus. So what if they’ve never been to Mexico. And even if they have no idea what Sierra Morena means in From the Sierra Morena, the first line of the song. Or why the eyes of the lady in the song are called contraband.
The new issue of WatchBoom (http://www.WatchBoom.com), a free monthly travel magazine for baby boomers, today unveiled the back story of the song in an exclusive article, What’s the Mexican folk song Cielito Lindo all about? How about La Bamba?
Says WatchBoom publisher Nancy Clark, I’ll bet most of our readers will be really surprised to learn Cielto Lindo is a far cry from a catchy ballad about a pretty girl. True, it’s about a girl, but the song first published in 1882 is more about how she was smuggled (thus the word contraband) out of the bandit-infested Sierra Morena mountains in 17th century Spain.
Like most Latin golden oldies, says Clark, Cielito Lindo has lots of versions, and about as many meanings as there are experts to tell us what they’re all about.
She adds: Our article also tells the back story of another popular Mexican ballad called La Bamba, which is actually an old song although no one knows who wrote it or when that was reinvented as a rock hit by singer Ritchie Valens in 1958.
The song is best known as a happy Mexican wedding dance, although one version of the lyrics tells the story of a young man who loved and lost, and who turned up being anything but happy at his ex-girlfriend’s wedding. The song ends this way: Oh I ask you out of compassion, that La Bamba end and another song start.
What’s known for sure about the song is that it’s a classic son jarocho tune from the Gulf of Mexico city of Veracruz, and that it’s typically plucked out on a gut-string harp backed by three or so guitars.
WatchBoom contributor Bob Schulman, who wrote the article, says people down in Veracruz have been known to cringe when they hear Ritchie’s rock version.
What’s the meaning of La Bamba’s iconic words, I am not a sailor, I am a captain? Ask that question in Veracruz, Schulman says, and the answer you most often get is, quien sabe (who knows).
Published monthly since May 2009, Denver-based WatchBoom features articles by 14 veteran travel journalists including the former travel editors of a number of major newspapers and national magazines.
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Single Again: The Verve Pipe – 'The Freshmen'
Your lyrics have definitely fascinated me: “Stop a baby's breath and a shoe full of rice.” I definitely pondered over how someone arrived at that jumble of words. Well, I could tell you that. There was a Michigan poet—I forget his name—who wrote that …
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The Beatles' Lyrics By Hunter Davies – book review: The scribbles that changed …
But recently, the burgeoning trade in pop ephemera has magnified the value of all Beatles lyrics. Find yourself a handwritten Lennon and McCartney song-in-progress sketched on the back of an envelope, and baby, you're a rich man: John's original lyric …
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A baby who howls all night, parents at their wits’ end, and a big sister who accidentally-on-purpose starts it all–these are the players in this delightful interpretation of a timeless folk tune. Available for the first time as a board book, Marla Frazee’s story-in-pictures is a perfect lullaby.
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