lunes, 23 de julio de 2012

the essential skeeter davis

1. I Forgot More Than You'll Ever Know
2. Set Him Free
3. Am I That Easy To Forget
4. The One You Slip Around With
5. (I Can't Help You) I'm Falling Too
6. No, Never
7. My Last Date (With You)
8. Optimistic
9. The End Of The World
10. Gonna Get Along Without You Now
11. Where I Ought To Be
12. I Can't Stay Mad At You
13. I'm Saving My Love
14. Silver Threads And Golden Needles
15. Mine Is A Lonely Life
16. Let Me Get Close To You
17. Fuel To The Flame
18. What Does It Take (To Keep A Man Like You Satisfied)
19. I'm A Lover (Not A Fighter)
20. Bus Fare To Kentucky

The Essential Skeeter Davis

martes, 17 de julio de 2012

liam clancy: irish troubadour

1. I'm A Freeborn Man
2. Ten And Nine
3. The Rocky Road To Dublin
4. Blackwater Side
5. The Convict Of Clonmel
6. All For Me Grog
7. Lang A-Growing
8. Hi For The Beggarman
9. Anach Cuain
10. The Nightingale
11. Galway Races
12. Patriot Game
13. Royal Canal
14. Buachaill On Eirne
15. The Water Is Wide
16. In Bodentown's Churchyard
17. Dirty Old Town
18. The Foggy Dew
19. The Sash My Father Wore
20. The Weavers
21. Downie Dens Of Yarrow
22. Navy Boots On
23. Home Boys Home

Liam Clancy: Irish Troubadour

miércoles, 4 de julio de 2012

william blake (1757-1827) — the visionary in british art

Satan in his Original Glory: 'Thou wast Perfect till Iniquity was Found in Thee', c.1805

Oberon, Titania and Puck with Fairies Dancing, c.1786

Elohim Creating Adam, 1795-c.1805

The House of Death, 1795-c.1805

The Night of Enitharmon's Joy (formerly called 'Hecate'), c.1795

David Delivered out of Many Waters, c.1805

The Body of Christ Borne to the Tomb, c.1799-1800

The Punishment of the Thieves, 1824-7

William Blake (1757-1827) Visiones en el arte británico

Caixaforum Madrid
Del 4 de julio al 21 de octubre de 2012

By William Blake

He who binds to himself a joy
Does the wingèd life destroy;
But he who kisses the joy as it flies
Lives in eternity’s sunrise.


Aquel que ata a sí mismo un gozo,
destruye la vida alada;
pero quien besa al gozo mientras éste vuela,
vive en el amanecer de la eternidad.

Traducción de niki

William Blake, 1807
Thomas Phillips