Roy Orbison - Only The Lonely (by ohrwurm1986)
New York Groove - Hello (by ochsenfroeschlein)
The field recordings of Muddy Waters made by Alan Lomax in 1941 and 42. In 1941 Lomax went in search of Robert Johnson, only to discover that Johnson had been murdered three years before. So Lomax recorded three tracks by Muddy Waters (McKinley Morganfield). Both he and Robert Johnson has both been taught by Son House, and Lomax also recorded six tracks by their mentor. Lomax returned the following year and recorded a further eight tracks by Muddy Waters and five by Son House. The sound on these recordings has been restored by Jean du Touche-Grande. Released on Zircon Bleu in 1999. The Son House tracks can be found at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aT1Qs1…
1. Country Blues (0:07)
2. I Be’s Troubled (3:33)
3. Ramblin’ Kid (6:39)
4. Rosalie (9:55)
5. Take A Walk With Me (13:00)
6. Burr Clover Blues (16:07)
7. I Be Round To Write To You Soon (19:20)
8. You’re Gonna Miss Me When I’m Gone (22:48)
9. You Got To Take Sick And Die (26:12)
10. Why Don’t You Live So God Can Use You (28:22)
11. Country Blues (No.2) (30:32)
People having opinions about “Visual Kei” must have forgotten about the 70´s-80´s “Glam Rock, New Romance” and “New Wave” when the hairspray formed into a thick fog and mascara had a tendency to “disappear” from moms or girlfriends.
The 80´s “Sleeze Rock” also had its share of it.
Adam Ant (above) was/is my favorite!
David Bowie, Marc Bolan (T-Rex) and Hanoi Rocks, Mötley Crue
Swedish singer Miss Li.
I love her!
- Theda Bara-1917
- Claudette Colbert-1934
- Elizabeth Taylor-1963
- Angelina Jolie
More about these and many more Cleopatras at: http://thebeautifultimes.wordpress.com/2012/08/26/cleopatra-in-movies/
When i was making this it looked like Jolie would be playing Cleopatra in a movie by James Cameron. Appearantly she is actually playing Olympias here, mother of Alexander The Great in the movie “Alexander”.
Thank you tiny-librarian for the correction!