martes, 25 de noviembre de 2008

Life is what happens to you while you're busy making other plans...

Golden Slumbers Fill Your Eyes



Once there was a way to get back homeward,
once there was a way to get back home.


Salio el de La Perla Irregular!!!

lunes, 10 de noviembre de 2008


La espera valió la pena!
Que enorme.

Quiero mi original
rait nau

miércoles, 5 de noviembre de 2008

Es como que uno siempre anhela todo lo que lo envenena de incertidumbre.

Somebody who cares...

martes, 4 de noviembre de 2008

When your body is coming apart at the seams
and the whole thing's feeling low.
You're convincing yourself that there's nobody there, I know.
I know how you feel.

Like somebody has taken the wheels of your car
when you had somewhere to go.
Well, it's annoying not going to get very far, I know.
But somebody cares.

There's always someone, somewhere.
You should know by now,
always somebody who cares.
It's happening day in, day out,
well, you know by now...
Always somebody who cares.

If you don't know it,
how will it find you?!
How will we know your whereabouts?

But I know how you feel...
I know how you feel.

Like somebody has taken the wheels of your car
when you had somewhere to go.
Well, it's frustating not going to get very far, I know.
But somebody cares.

If you don't know it,
how will it find you?!
How will we know your whereabouts?
But I know how you feel...


gracias por un nuevo escudo!

A Hard Day's Night!!!

lunes, 3 de noviembre de 2008



A Hard Day's Night, abre con un estruendoso acorde surgiendo de la Rickenbacker 360/12 de George y a partir de ese momento, es más fresco que el cachetazo del pingüino de "Halls".
Siendo los primeros siete temas parte de la banda sonora de la película (Lado A) y con un lado B interesante que va desde el golpe repentino del comienzo de "Any Time At All", hacia la hermosa balada I'll Be Back, pasando por las rockeras "When I Get Home" y "You Can't Do That", es uno de los discos que más me gusta escuchar cuando necesito una subida.


En el interior del álbum se encuentra la siguiente nota:

"Alun Owen began work on the original screenplay late last autumn. Producer Walter Shenson and director Richar Lester watched their newest screen stars at work over Christmas and the New Year on the stage of the Finsbury Park 'Astoria' in London. John and Paul began to compile a collection of new compositions for the soundtrack while The Beatles were appearing at the Paris 'Olympia' last January. One morning early in March a specially chartered train moved out of Paddington station and the first day's shooting of The Beatles' first feature film got under way.

Reel upon reel of precious film had filled the camera crew's metal cans before a title had been selected for the United Artists picture. Then Ringo casually came up with the name at the end of a particularly strenuous session on the film set. 'It's been a hard day's night that was!' he declared, squatting for a moment on the arm of his canvas chair behind the line of cameras and technicians. The Film, which also stars Wilfred Brambell in the role of Paul's (mythical) Irish grandfather, was promptly named 'A Hard Day's Night'.

The story depicts something like 48 consecutive hours of activity in the bustling lives of four beat group boys. Named John, Paul, George and Ringo. A Hard Day's Night is heard at the very beginning of the film as the boys sing and play over the opening titles. The number features John's double-tracked voice, producing a duet effect. Its brisk, compelling theme crops up in orchestral form elsewhere during the film as part of recording manager George Martin's instrumental soundtrack score.

John's I Should Have Known Better makes an early appearance in the film during a railway sequence when the four boys are seen playing cards in the guard's van of the train.

John and Paul share the vocal action on If I Fell, the firt of four songs featured in extensive theathre/studio sequences which show the group rehearsing and finally performing in a television spectacular. I'm Happy Just To Dance With You gives George a chance to handle the lead vocal, And I Love Her, hand the solo spotlight to Paul who is joined by John for Tell Me Why.

The last of the soundtrack's magnificent seven, Can't Buy Me Love, has already been a worlwide disc hit for The Beatles. In 'A Hard Day's Night' it forms the musical backdrop to several different scees - when the boys are seen chasing across a field after a quick-fire getaway from the television studio and when the incredible race between beatles, fans and police takes place with the boys tearing along streets and down alleyways in double-quick time!

Creating and perfecting, completely new compositions for the soundtrack of 'A Hard Day's Night' presented John and Paul with one of the greatest challenges of their pop-penning career. In the past their song-writing had been done at a more leisurely pace. Now they had a shooting schedule deadline to meet and the entire collection of fresh numbers had to be compiled during a season of concerts in Paris and a now legendary visit to America. To assist their work the two boys had a grand-piano moved into their hotel suite at the George V in Paris.

By the beginning of March the task was complete and The Beatles had a total of almost a dozen new songs ready for final rehearsal. At every stage of its conception and production care was taken to see that 'A Hard Day's Night' would not turn into a continuous parade of Beatle performances. After all The Beatles themselves had agreed that the film should portray as many different facets of the four boys' individual personalities as possible. Indeed the comedy content was, and is, of paramount importance, and John, Paul, George and Ringo are afforded maximum opportunity to display their on-the-spot sence of humour.

It became apparent that no more than six new songs should be introduced via the soundtrack of the film. To increase this number would have left insufficient screen-time for the action of the plot. On the other hand it seemed most unfair to hold back the remainder boys' new songs when each one was of such excellent quality. Eventually the decision was made to record all the material which John and Paul had written and include the extra titles on the second side of this album.

Although the voice of George Harrison is much in evidence throughout this album the solo vocal activity on the second side is shared between the songs' composers, John and Paul. Paul handles the lyrics of Things We Said Today and he's heard in duet with John on I'll Cry Instead. For the main part John's is the dominant voice featured on Any Time At All, When I Get Home, You Can't Do That and I'll Be Back although George and Paul back up his efforts strongly on all titles.

When you listen to the second side of this record you will agree that it would have been a pity to cast aside such a fabulous set of songs solely because that couldn't be fitted into the structure of 'A Hard Day's Night'. Now, with this album in your library, you have a collection of Beatle recordings which is comprehensive and up to date. At the same time it is interesting to remember that the LP housed within this sleeve is the first-ever album release to be made up entirely of self-composed and self-performed Beatle compositions.

Produced for records by GEORGE MARTIN
Cover Notes by TONY BARROW."

domingo, 2 de noviembre de 2008

últimamente
hay algo
realmente extraño
en mis formas
de creer
y
por
consiguiente
de no-creer

y
todavía
no sé
que
es
ni
como
cambiarlo
(si es
que
debiera
cambiarlo)


en
fin...
pareciera
como que
el Dios Interior
se
haya
quedado
dormido.

DESPERTATE HIJO DE RE MIL PUTA.

el mundo de mierda... la gente de mierda



I'm sick and tired of hearing things
From uptight, short-sighted, narrow-minded hypocrites
All I want is the truth
Just gimme some truth

I've had enough of reading things
By neurotic, psychotic, pig-headed politicians
All I want is the truth
Just gimme some truth

No short-haired, yellow-bellied, son of Tricky Dicky
Is gonna mother hubbard soft soap me
With just a pocketful of hope
Money for dope
Money for rope

I'm sick to death of seeing things
From tight-lipped, condescending, mama's little chauvinists
All I want is the truth
Just gimme some truth now

I've had enough of watching scenes
Of schizophrenic, ego-centric, paranoiac, prima-donnas
All I want is the truth now
Just gimme some truth

No short-haired, yellow-bellied, son of Tricky Dicky
Is gonna mother hubbard soft soap me
With just a pocketful of hope
It's money for dope
Money for rope

Ah, I'm sick to death of hearing things
from uptight, short-sighted, narrow-minded hypocrites
All I want is the truth now
Just gimme some truth now

I've had enough of reading things
by neurotic, psychotic, pig-headed politicians
All I want is the truth now
Just gimme some truth now

All I want is the truth now
Just gimme some truth now
All I want is the truth
Just gimme some truth
All I want is the truth
Just gimme some truth




Esta vida de mentira me tiene las pelotas por el suelo.