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Goldenday: Ќовости, факты, интересные статьи, фото и пр.
Voldar: Ќу теперь,то видно,что ƒана едет на форд ћустанге.
SLQ: Goldenday пишет: ƒалее риторический вопрос: когда уже вылезет из кед-то? “акое чувство, что он спит в них я думаю, что это из-за больной ноги, ему в такой обуви реально удобно ходить.
Voldar: Ѕлаготворительность продолжаетс€. Paul McCartney, Tom Petty Decorate Skateboards for Charity Auction Paul McCartney and Tom Petty are among the music stars who have written lyrics to their songs on skateboards that will be auctioned online on November 29 to benefit a charity founded by renowned skateboarder Tony Hawk. McCartney wrote the words to his Beatles classic УBlackbirdФ on a board that belonged to Hawk, while Petty scrawled out the lyrics of УI WonТt Back DownФ on another deck. Hawk, a longtime Beatles fan, tells Rolling Stone with regard to his decision to ask McCartney to write on his board, УI thought, СIf IТm going to do this, IТm going for the top.ТФ He admits he was surprised when the rock legend agreed, adding that McCartney Уtold me his grandson skates and he tried doing it with him fairly recently Ч and decided he should not be doing that.Ф Among the other celebrities who contributed signed skateboards to auction is the late Beastie Boys member Adam Yauch, who wrote lyrics on three decks shortly before his death. Elton John also is among the stars expected to take part in the fundraiser. Proceeds from the auction go to the Tony Hawk FoundationТs initiative to create and maintain skate parks in low-income areas around the U.S. http://www.classichitsandoldies.com/v2/2012/09/24/paul-mccartney-tom-petty-decorate-skateboards-for-charity-auction/
Voldar: Pat Green, СEven the LosersТ Ц Song Review Pat GreenСs cover of Tom Petty and the HeartbreakersТ СEven the LosersТ sets a great example for artists considering the inclusion of a cover track on their new album. The Texas country singer delivers a passionate performance of a lyric that is not his own Ч but it sure feels like it. GreenТs rendition is more orchestral that the original, yet it never loses touch with the spirit and melody of PettyТs hit. The country hitmaker begins slowly, starting with just a piano and an acoustic, before building into the first chorus with strings. УBaby, time meant nothing, anything seemed real / Yeah, you could kiss like fire and you made me feel / Like every word you said was meant to be / No, it couldnТt have been that easy to forget about me,Ф Green sings. At the two-minute mark, the song begins to swell. Fifty seconds later, Green is reaching a climax not built into 1979 rock hit. УBaby, even the losers get lucky sometimes / Even the losers keep a little bit of pride / They get lucky sometimes,Ф he sings. ItТs not easy to create a cover thatТs met with approval from fans and critics Ч especially one of a well-known and still relevant song like СEven the Losers.Т Green is an experienced musician who adds just enough of his own soul to the song to make it unique, yet he doesnТt tamper with the hallowed fabric. Look for this song on GreenТs СSongs We Wish WeТd Written IIТ album. по ссылке можно послушать http://tasteofcountry.com/pat-green-even-the-losers/
SLQ: http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Tom-Petty-/290788010598?forcev4exp=true —сылка на лот с машиной, котрую продает “ом. “ам много фотографий машины, так что кому интерсно могут все в детал€х рассмотреть.
Voldar: стати,ездил на этом егорыче “ом не так и много,пробег меньше 65 тк,если только тЄмной ночью в гараже одометр не скручивал. ѕобедитель аукциона также получит фотку с автографом “ома,текуща€ цена 40,5 килобаксов,уже было 94 повышени€.
shangri: Voldar пишет: только тЄмной ночью в гараже одометр не скручивал Ќу если и скручивал, то не своими руками и не в своем гараже. :)
SLQ: Ќу если считать, что машин у него много, то не удивительно, что пробег не такой большой. ≈сли получитс€, посмотрю конец аукциона, вот там самое интерсное с ценой будет.
shangri: ѕравильно, одна - за хлебом, друга€ - за молоком. :) ƒа, Ћен, гл€нь и потом отпишись.
Voldar: Petty Fest NYC Returns On October 24th One of the most raucous and fun events of the year returns to New York City on Wednesday October 24th. It's Petty Fest, and this year it will take place at Webster Hall. As always, Petty Fest is a night to celebrate the music of Tom Petty featuring your host, The Cabin Down Below Band, plus this year's Special Guest Stars: Karen Elson, Justin Townes Earle, Father John Misty, Adam Green, Nicole Atkins, Jesse Malin, Sammy James Jr. of Mooney Suzuki, Cory Chisel & Adriel Denae, Steve Schiltz of Hurricane Bells, Ryan Miller of Guster, Har Mar Superstar, Devendra Banhart, Johnny T, Andrew W.K., Matt Sweeney, Danny Clinch & The Tangiers Blues Band, Justin Long, Petter Ericson Stakee of Alberta Cross, Caveman, Mikki James, Antony Ellis and many many more surprise guests! http://www.tompetty.com/news/title/petty-fest-nyc-returns-on-october-24th
chimike: ’еппи бестдей, “ом!
SLQ: — ƒнем рождени€, “ом!
SLQ: Issue 37, May 1999 Years ago when his friend Bob Dylan told him he was a poet, Petty was flustered. УI couldnТt help feel it was like being told youТre an archer,Ф he said, Уand you know you donТt even own a bow.Ф His reluctance to consider himself a poet is probably one of the reasons he endures as such an extraordinary and prolific songwriter. Relatively unburdened by the label of genius that has been more frequently attached to Dylan, Simon, Springsteen, and others, Petty has easily leapfrogged past his first hits into a realm of previously unimagined, unencumbered songwriting, writing new songs as joyously freefalling and uncontrived as the best that rock and roll can be. УItТs not supposed to be that good,Ф he said smiling. УItТs an alternative music, rock and roll. ItТs dissonant. ItТs blue. It bends the notes. So how much are we going to worry about it? As long as itТs got some soul to it, itТs going to be fine. ItТs so simple you can walk right by it.Ф To celebrate PettyТs birthday today, letТs take a look at the stories, in his own words, behind 15 of these deceptively УsimpleФ songs heТs written. Happy birthday, Tom! Free FallinТ Jeff Lynne sat beside me as I wrote that song. Actually, I think УFreefallingФ was his line. I think it was the only thing he said. I was just playing on a keyboard and Jeff was listening to this song. And I played that lick. And he said, УWhew, thatТs good.Ф And I said, УReally?Ф And he said, УYeah.Ф And then, almost to make Jeff laugh, I ad-libbed the verses. And heТs there with his tape-recorder recording it. And then I got to the chorus and I didnТt know what to do. And I remember it very well. He said, [imitating Lynne's low, British-accented voice] УFreefalling.Ф And I didnТt even know what that meant, but I just sang it. And he said, УGo up! Go up! Go up an octave.Ф So I went up an octave, and there it was. You know? It was done. Wildflowers I just took a deep breath and it came out. The whole song. Stream of consciousness: words, music, chords. Finished it. I mean, I just played it into a tape recorder and I played the whole song and I never played it again. I actually only spent three and a half minutes on that whole song. So IТd come back for days playing that tape, thinking there must be something wrong here because this just came too easy. And then I realized that thereТs probably nothing wrong at all. Supernatural Radio I wrote that because I needed a couple of songs to make the album SheТs The One. I wrote it at home one night after a session. I got into that space and it drifted in, and the very next day I brought it to the band and we cut it. We were all just knocked out. I loved the intro, because it takes a very long time for the guitars to come in and when they do, they just sound great. I played this little tiny guitar I have. But it made a great sound. And that whole line just emerged: УI hear you singing on my supernatural radio.Ф Stop Dragging My Heart Around I wrote it with Mike. Stevie Nicks wanted a song really bad for a couple years. So I wrote her this song called УInsider.Ф And I really liked that song. I played her the song. She says, УI love it. Can you put it down for me?Ф So I put the track down and I sang a vocal for the track. And she immediately wanted to sing along. I listened to it and I really liked the edge. I said, УWould it really sound totally lame if I said I wanted to keep this one and write you another?Ф She said, УNo, not at all.У I had a few songs that I didnТt think I was going to use and УStop Dragging My Heart AroundФ was one. I played it and she said, УThat. I like that.Ф I gave her that tape, and they took it. And they made it the duet Ч Jimmy Iovine and Stevie. Because my vocal was already on it. And so she filled it up with all this harmony and girl singers and made it much more of a pop song. And the next thing I know, itТs a big hit record. It probably wouldnТt have seen the light of day if she hadnТt done it. Southern Accents I started with the title. I thought at the time I was going to do an album based on southern themes and southern music. I wrote it at the piano. Very late at night, about four or five in the morning. I still think itТs probably one of my best two or three things that I ever wrote. I thought it was very personal, so that was one where it just took me over (laughs). I donТt know what happened there. I do have a vague memory of being extremely glad when I hit the bridge. I actually woke up my wife and made her listen to this song. Refugee Mike [Campbell] had the whole track down, the whole chord progression. ItТs one of the first things that we actually wrote together. It took minutes. Literally, just a few minutes. I remember walking around the room, singing it, just circling the room. The words came very fast, and there are only two verses. And that was it. Finished. Learning To Fly That was inspired by the Gulf War. I remember that line about the rocks melting and the sea burning being directly inspired by seeing this whole thing on TV. I think that was the jumping off point. It became something a little more substantial than that but that is how it started. Breakdown I wrote it on a break from recording at the Shelter Studio in Hollywood. I think we took a break because we had recorded everything we had and I made up УBreakdown.Ф I wrote it on the piano. I still have that piano. I bought it (laughs). Many years later, itТs sitting in my living room. I wrote it very quickly. ItТs a very short song. I played it to them, and they really dug it, and we made the record. I think we got the drumbeat from a Beatles record, УAll I Got To Do.Ф We just varied it. That was the idea, to have that kind of broken rhythm on the highhat. Two Gunslingers Oh, I love that one. ItТs one of my favorites. The whole idea of a gunslinger questioning his existence is great, saying, УIТm taking control of my life.Ф It really cracks me up, still, that song (laughs). I was tremendously pleased with that one. That was one of those rare moments when I actually got to say something and entertain the people at the same time. I wrote it in a couple of hours. Written during the Gulf War. Mary JaneТs Last Dance That was one I wrote during the Full Moon Fever sessions. I wrote all but the chorus. I just had the loop going around and around and really had most of the words and everything. And I played that tape for Rick [Rubin] and he liked it a lot and suggested I write a chorus. So I tried to finish it up while I was making Wildflowers, and there were maybe five years between the writing of the verses and the chorus. I donТt think I was writing about pot. I think it was just a girlТs name. The Waiting I remember writing that one very well. That was a hard one. Went on for weeks. I got the chorus right away. And I had that guitar riff, that really good lick. CouldnТt get anything else. (Softly) I had a really hard time. And I knew it was good, and it just went on endlessly. It was one of those where I really worked on it until I was too tired to go any longer. And IТd get right up and start again and spend the whole day to the point where other people in the house would complain. УYouТve been playing that lick for hours.Ф Very hard. ItТs one that has really survived over the years because itТs so adaptable to so many situations. I even think of that line from time to time. Because I really donТt like waiting. IТm peculiar in that IТm on time, most of the time. IТm very punctual. Roger [McGuinn] swears to me that he told me that line. And maybe he did, but IТm not sure thatТs where I got it from. I remember getting it from something I read, that Janis Joplin said, УI love being onstage, itТs just the waiting.Ф American Girl I think the original inspiration was Bo Diddley. If you listen to the beat, itТs a Bo Diddley beat. And itТs forever being equated with the Byrds. Even Roger [McGuinn] thought it was the Byrds. But we honestly didnТt think about the Byrds at the time. But it must have been influenced by the Byrds in some way, but I didnТt realize it at the time. ThereТs also no 12-string on that record. ItТs just two six-strings playing off of each other. You Got Lucky That came from a riff that Mike had. It was almost a throwaway. Almost just tossed off. And the next thing we know, itТs the single. DonТt Come Around Here No More I was always very partial to that one. Odd song. That was an idea that Dave Stewart had, this tom-tom thing going. I think it was my idea to take it double-time when it got out a little ways. We really went nuts. We worked on that record for a long time. We wrote it very quickly. We were doing stuff like grabbing the tape and pulling it off the reel. ThereТs one part, if you listen where the piano does this rrrvvvvv thing. And we did that by literally grabbing the tape and yanking if off the reel. Face In The Crowd I wrote it one evening with Jeff Lynne. Just strumming our guitars. He had a musical idea for that one and I worked on the words. Because itТs very hard for me to sing other peopleТs lyrics. Jeff is a melody guy. And heТs very good at that. He would do a lot of editing. One good thing about him and the whole Wilburys experience is that I became completely unashamed. I would spout out anything. And that was really good for me. Because it was literally four or five people sitting there going, УHandle with careФ (laughs). УNo. Yes.Ф Spout out whatever I thought and it would immediately go to committee and itТs knocked out or itТs approved. And then that line would lead to something else. ThatТs a different way from how I usually work, and it really loosened me up. IТm not inhibited by trying anything lyrically just as you wouldnТt be inhibited to try anything on the guitar. You just want to keep letting your mind go and seeing what falls out (laughs). ЧBy Paul Zollo From Performing Songwriter Issue 37 Happy Birthday, Tom Petty! inShare
Voldar: Jeff Lynne sat beside me as I wrote that song. Actually, I think УFreefallingФ was his line. ћожет и на этот ƒ– посид€т вместе.
Goldenday: — праздником, “ом!
SLQ: ј € сегодн€ —тива ‘еррони видела. ќн в ѕитере с группой The Straits выступал. сожалению долго пообщатьс€ и сфотографировать не было времени. ќн к концертному залу пришел за 10 минут до начала концерта. Ќо автограф вз€ть удалось.
Voldar: Ћена,а на концерт попали?
SLQ: Voldar пишет: Ћена,а на концерт попали? Ќа концерт € не ходила, не очень люблю какие-то остатки от ранее существующих групп. онечно можно было ради —тива сходить, но как-то не сложилось.
SLQ: ¬ понедельник и еще раз вчера, после концерта, один мой знакомый из москвы смог поговорть со —тивом ‘еррони. ¬о-первых, он попросил передать “ому поздравлени€ с прошедшим ƒ– от всех русских фанов. —тив так расстрогалс€, что попросил олю еще раз это все сказать и записал на свою камеру. ќбещал это показать “ому, когда увидит . (» кстати, уже выложил это видео на своей странице в фейсбуке, с подписью : ƒана, покажи это тому.) роме этого —тив упом€нул, что втретитс€ с “– через неделю и они начинают писать новый альбом!
Voldar: ¬от это новость и про альбом и про то,что похоже “ом наконец узнает,что у нас медведи тоже люб€т его музыку(ну когда добрые).ѕарню за такие подвиги отдельное спасибо. P.S.Ћена вот,чувствую пора про концерты на сайте отдельную страницу делать.
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