martes, 25 de junio de 2013

Music: Victoria Spivey - Murder In The First Degree - US folk - Bio Data





Victoria Spivey



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Murder In The First Degree Victoria Spivey





Well, I'm layin' here in this jailhouse, scared as any fool can be (2x)
I believe they're gonna hang me, from what my lawyer said to me

My man got runnin' around with a woman he know I can't stand (2x)
There's one notch on my gun, and the world's rid of one triflin' man

I scrubbed them pots and kettles, I washed and ironed them white folks' clothes (2x)
Any charge that I'm makin', I killed him, Judge, and that's all I know

Judge, if you had killed your woman, and had to come before me
If you'da killed a woman who trifled and had to come before me
I'd send her to the gallows, and, Judge, would let you go free

I said I ain't done nothin but killed a man what belonged to me (2x)
And here they got me charged with murder in the first degree




biography

[-] by Richard Skelly

Victoria Spivey was one of the more influential blues women simply because she was around long enough to influence legions of younger women and men who rediscovered blues music during the mid-'60s U.S. blues revival, which had been brought about by British blues bands as well as their American counterparts, like Paul Butterfield and Elvin Bishop. Spivey could do it all: she wrote songs, sang them well, and accompanied herself on piano and organ, and occasionally ukulele.

Spivey began her recording career at age 19 and came from the same rough-and-tumble clubs in Houston and Dallas that produced Sippie Wallace. In 1918, she left home to work as a pianist at the Lincoln Theater in Dallas. In the early '20s, she played in gambling parlors, gay hangouts, and brothels in Galveston and Houston with Blind Lemon Jefferson. Among Spivey's many influences was Ida Cox, herself a sassy blues woman, and taking her cue from Cox, Spivey wrote and recorded tunes like "TB Blues," "Dope Head Blues," and "Organ Grinder Blues." Spivey's other influences included Bobby "Blue" Bland, Sara Martin, and Bessie Smith. Like so many other women blues singers who had their heyday in the '20s and '30s, Spivey wasn't afraid to sing sexually suggestive lyrics, and this turned out to be a blessing nearly 40 years later given the sexual revolution of the '60s and early '70s.

She recorded her first song, "Black Snake Blues," for the OKeh label in 1926, and then worked as a songwriter at a music publishing company in St. Louis in the late '20s. In the '30s, Spivey recorded for the Victor, Vocalion, Decca, and OKeh labels, and moved to New York City, working as a featured performer in a number of African-American musical revues, including the Hellzapoppin' Revue. In the '30s, she recorded and spent time on the road with Louis Armstrong's various bands. By the '50s, Spivey had left show business and sang only in church. But in forming her own Spivey Records label in 1962, she found new life in her old career. Her first release on her own label featured Bob Dylan as an accompanist.

As the folk revival began to take hold in the early '60s, Spivey found herself an in-demand performer on the folk-blues festival circuit. She also performed frequently in nightclubs around New York City. Unlike others from her generation, Spivey continued her recording career until well into the '70s, performing at the Ann Arbor Blues and Jazz Festival in 1973 with Roosevelt Sykes. Throughout the '60s and '70s, she had an influence on musicians as varied as Dylan, Sparky Rucker, Ralph Rush, Carrie Smith, Edith Johnson, and Bonnie Raitt.

Songs We Taught Your Mother
Spivey's many albums for Spivey and other labels include the excellent Songs We Taught Your Mother (1962), which also includes contributions from Alberta Hunter and Lucille Hegamin, Idle Hours (1961), The Queen and Her Knights (1965), and The Victoria Spivey Recorded Legacy of the Blues (1970). In 1970, Spivey was awarded a BMI Commendation of Excellence from the music publishing organization for her long and outstanding contributions to many worlds of music. After entering Beekman Downtown Hospital with an internal hemorrhage, she died a short while later in 1976. Victoria Spivey is buried in Hempstead, New York.

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NASA: Russia - Monochromatic Lava Fields on Tolbachik Volcano - Italy - Etna Volcano - 25.06.13


Monochromatic Lava Fields on Tolbachik Volcano
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Monochromatic Lava Fields on Tolbachik Volcano
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In visible light (top image), fresh lava flows are difficult to distinguish from the black rock of Tolbachinsky Dol, a volcanic plateau on Russia’s Kamchatka Peninsula. The high altitude and northern latitude of the plateau (as far north as Moscow) preserve the barren landscape left behind by past eruptions. In contrast, the fresh lava stands out clearly against the vivid green of low-elevation meadows and forest.
On the plateau itself, the only color is near the summits of scattered cinder cones. The cones form around volcanic vents and are exposed to escaping volcanic gases in the course of an eruption. The gases react with the iron-rich lava cinders, essentially rusting the rocks. Sunset Crater in Arizona is named for the colorful end result of this process.
Shortwave infrared and near-infrared light (combined with green light in the lower, false-color image) highlight another aspect of Tolbachinsky Dol—the ongoing eruption of Tolbachik Volcano. Hot surfaces glow in shortwave infrared wavelengths. The active vent and lava flow are bright red, along with scattered lava “breakouts”at the front of the flow. High temperature surfaces in the scene also glow in near infrared light, revealing a lava pond in the active vent and fluid lava in the center of the lava flow.
These images were collected by the Advanced Land Imager (ALI) on the Earth Observing-1 (EO-1) satellite on June 6, 2013.
  1. References

  2. Doubika, P., & Hill, B. E. (1999, July) Magmatic and hydromagmatic conduit development during the 1975 Tolbachik Eruption, Kamchatka, with implications for hazards assessment at Yucca Mountain, NV. Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 91 (1), 43–64.
  3. Kamchatka Volcanic Eruption Response Team (2013, June 6) Kamchatkan and Northern Kuriles Volcanic Activity. Accessed June 7, 2013.
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Mount Etna
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Two of the three summit craters on Mount Etna emitted volcanic gases on June 4, 2013. This natural-color satellite image was collected by Landsat 8 the same day.
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  2. INGV Sezione di Catania. Mount Etna Volcano, Sicily. Accessed June 7, 2013.

NASA Earth Observatory image by Jesse Allen and Robert Simmon, using Landsat 8 data from the U.S. Geological Survey Earth Explorer.
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Poesia: Angel Guinda - Cajas - Esto escucho un joven - Hacia una poética - Links


Cajas
Lo diría una indígena y tendría razón.
"Ustedes tienen la vida organizada en cajas.
Nacen y les dejan en una cajita,
su casa es una caja, y las habitaciones
son cajas más pequeñas.
Suben a la casa en una caja,
bajan a la calle en una caja.
Viajan en una caja.
Duermen y hacen el amor sobre una caja.
A través de una caja ven el mundo.
Cambian de casa: lo meten todo en cajas.
Y cuando mueren
les introducen también en una caja.
Los Bancos y las Cajas tienen caja,
los establecimientos tienen y hacen caja."
Todo está hecho para que encajemos.
Nos encajan la vida.
Algunos no encajamos, y nos desencajamos.

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Esto escuchó un joven
Tú, que interpretas los ojos del suicida
en su belleza plena de renunciamiento,
haz del corazón una taberna abierta
de luna a sol a todos los que sufren,
buscadores de estrellas en un pozo de cieno.
Y a la vida agresiva agrédele.


(de Vida ávida)
(1980-1990)



Hacia una poética

No siempre la claridad viene del cielo.

Escucha sólo tu música cuando cantes,
por oscura que sea y espinosa.

Que la luz te ensordezca,
que no te ciegue el ruido.

Y tu obra
sea más que tu vida,
porque te contramuera.


(de Vida ávida)
(1980-1990)


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domingo, 23 de junio de 2013

Music: Nancy Elizabeth - Place to Shelter



Nancy Elizabeth

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Photos - Fotos: Vivian Maier - Chicago - Part 2 - 13 photos - LinksPhotos - Fotos: Vivian Maier - Chicago - Part 2 - 13 photos - LinksPhotos - Fotos: Vivian Maier - Chicago - Part 2 - 13 photos - Links


Vivian Maier
June 7, 1956, Chicago, IL


Vivian Maier
June 16, 1956, Chicago, IL


Vivian Maier
June 16, 1956, Chicago, IL


Vivian Maier
Undated, Chicago, IL


Vivian Maier
Undated, Chicago, IL


Vivian Maier
Undated, Chicago, IL


Vivian Maier
Undated, Chicago, IL


Vivian Maier
Undated, Chicago, IL


Vivian Maier
Undated, Chicago, IL


 Vivian Maier
Undated, Chicago, IL


Vivian Maier
Undated, Chicago, IL


Vivian Maier
Undated, Chicago, IL


Vivian Maier
Undated, Chicago, IL



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NASA: US - Fires - Silver Fire. New Mexico - Black Forest Blaze is Colorado’s Most Destructive - 23.06.13


Silver Fire, New Mexico
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Extreme drought fueled wildfires in New Mexico during June 2013. With fires already burning in northern New Mexico, another intense fire emerged in the southern part of the state in Gila National Forest on June 7, 2013.
Lightning ignited the Silver Fire in a rugged, forested area east of of Silver City, New Mexico. On June 10, 2013, the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) on NASA’s Terra satellite captured this image of the fire. Red outlines indicate hot spots where MODIS detected unusually warm surface temperatures that are associated with fires.
According to firefighting agencies in New Mexico, the Silver Fire had spread across nearly 6,700 acres (2,700 hectares) by by the morning of June 11. The fires were being fought by 350 firefighters on the ground and by helicopters.
An assessment of wildfire vulnerability issued by the National Interagency Fire Center in early June pointed out that much of the New Mexico had received less than half the normal amount of rain in May. About 82 percent of the state was in either extreme or exceptional drought, according to the U.S. Drought Monitor. New Mexico will be at a high risk of wildfire throughout the hot and dry month of June, but wetter conditions should arrive in July when weather patterns shift and the North American monsoon brings more rain to the state.
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Wildfires in New Mexico
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On June 11, 2013, the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) on NASA’s Aqua satellite captured this image of the Tres Lagunas fire and Las Conchas fire burning in New Mexico near Santa Fe. Red outlines indicate hot spots where MODIS detected unusually warm surface temperatures associated with fires. The light spots within the smoke plumes appear to be pyrocumulus clouds.
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Black Forest Blaze is Colorado’s Most Destructive
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Black Forest Blaze is Colorado’s Most Destructive
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When the National Interagency Fire Center released its 2013 wildfire outlook in early June, it did not forecast unusually high fire risk for Colorado. Most of the Rockies received some relief from drought during the spring, so there was hope that this year’s fire season would be more manageable than the last.
But then the heat arrived. Temperatures soared above 100°F (38 °C) in Denver on June 11, the earliest it has ever reached triple digits. That heat, along with gusty winds and drought-parched forests, came together to produce the Black Forest fire, the most destructive the state has ever seen. By the afternoon of June 13, the fire had destroyed 360 homes and damaged 14 others. The Waldo Canyon fire, Colorado’s most destructive prior to the Black Forest fire, destroyed 346 homes.
The Black Forest fire began on June 11 in a densely-wooded area north of Colorado Springs, Colorado. On June 12, 2013, the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) on NASA’s Terra and Aqua satellites captured these images of the fire about 20 miles (30 kilometers) northeast of Colorado Springs. The Terra image (top) was collected at 12:05 p.m. Mountain Daylight Time, and the Aqua image (lower) was collected at 1:40 p.m. MDT. Red outlines indicate hot spots where MODIS detected the unusually warm surface temperatures associated with fires.
According to firefighting agencies in Colorado, the Black Forest fire had spread through 15,000 acres (6,000 hectares) by the afternoon of June 13. Hundreds of people on the ground and numerous water-dropping helicopters and planes were fighting the blaze, but it remained zero percent contained on the afternoon of June 13. More than 38,000 people had been forced to evacuate their homes. Tens of thousands more people coped with elevated air pollution levels because of the fires.
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Wildfires in Colorado
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On June 11, 2013, the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) on NASA’s Aqua satellite captured this image of the Royal Gorge, Big Meadows, and Black Forest fires burning in Colorado. Red outlines indicate hot spots where MODIS detected unusually warm surface temperatures associated with fires.
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Painter: Salvador Dali - In historical order - En el orden histórico - 1955-60 - Part 3 - 13 images imagenes - Links


Salvador Dali - Angel, circa 1958


Salvador Dali - Celestial Ride, 1957


Salvador Dali - Meditative Rose, 1958


Salvador Dali - Metamorphosed Women - The Seven Arts, 1957


Salvador Dali - Modern Rhapsody - The Seven Arts, 1957


Salvador Dali - Portraif of Chester Dale and His Dog Coco, 1958


Salvador Dali - Portrait of Sir James Dunn, 1958


Salvador Dali - Sistine Madonna, 1958


Salvador Dali - Sorcery - The Seven Arts, 1957


Salvador Dali - The Discovery of America by Christopher Columbus, 1958-59


Salvador Dali - The Duke of Urbino (Portrait of Count Theo Rossi Di Montelera), 1957


Salvador Dali - The Grand Opera, 1957


Salvador Dali - The Sistine Madonna (detail), 1958




Painter: Salvador Dali - In historical order - En el orden histórico - 1955-60 - Part 3 - 13 images imagenes - Links 






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