miércoles, 27 de junio de 2007

NORMA JEAN








MURRAY HEAD

Say It Ain't So, Joe
Say It Aint So (1975)
Say it ain't so Joe, please, say it ain't so
That's not what I wanna hear Joe
Ain't I got a right to know
Say it ain't so Joe, please, say it ain't so
I' m sure they're telling us lies Joe
Please tell us it ain't so
They told us that our hero has played his joker
He doesn't knowhow to go on
We're clinging to his charm and determined smile
But the good ol' days have gone
The image and the empire may be falling apart
The money has gotten scarce
One man's word held the country together
But the truth is getting fierce
Say it ain't so Joe, please, say it ain't so
We pinned our hopes on you Joe
And they're ruining our show

Ooh babies, don't you think we're gonna get burned
Ooh babies, don't you think we're gonna get burned
we're gonna get turned, we're gonna get learned
Yes, we're gonna get turned, we're gonna get burned
we're gonna get learned,
Yes,we're gonna get burned
we're gonna get burned, we're gonna get learned
yes, we're gonna get turned, we're gonna get burned

Musicians
Acoustic guitar and slide: Bob Weston
Acoustic Guitars: Alun Davies and Jim Cregan
Bass: Bruce Lynch
Drums: Glenn Lefleur
Congas: Brother James
Percussion: Ann Odell

lunes, 25 de junio de 2007

lunes, 18 de junio de 2007

THE THREE STOOGES







Larry. Moe, Paul and George



two young boys




Mr Moe for President !







The Three Stogges from 1965 ...with Bat-man ?








RECYCLING IDEAS



the original divas


the copy n1



the copy n 2




sábado, 16 de junio de 2007

HOLLYWOOD GONE











NEW YORK CITY -1885 to 1940

West St., 1885
Herald Sq., 1888. 6th Ave.

Flatiron, 1903. Burnham


The Belmont Coach, 1905 !!



Lower East Side, 1908 !


Times Square from New York Times Building., 1922.


amazing view from 1931 , one ship in the fog .


from 1933


Times Square, 1935. Betty Boop on the marquee. The Astor came down mid-sixties, along with Penn Station and Singer Building: a bad time for beaux-arts. Streetcars in the square, no overhead wires.


Bowery and Doyer. 3rd Ave


Herald Sq. Chain-drive trucks also survived into the sixties


Pike and Henry, Lower East Side, with Manhattan Bridge and a horse.



Avenue D and 10th St. Chain-drive truck.



aereal view from 1937

BLACK AND WHITE