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Brassaï, the pseudonym of Gyula Halász, (9 September 1899 – 8 July 1984), was a hugely influential Hungarian photographer, sculptor, and filmmaker who rose to fame in France in the 1920’s.

Halász was born in Brassó, Romania, to a Hungarian father and an Armenian mother.At age three, his family moved to live in Paris, France for a year, while his father, a Professor of Literature, taught at the Sorbonne.

As a young man, Gyula studied painting and sculpture at the Academy of Fine Arts in Budapest, before joining a cavalry regiment of the Austro-Hungarian army, where he served until the end of the First World War.

In 1920 Halász went to Berlin, where he worked as a journalist and studied at the Berlin-Charlottenburg Academy of Fine Arts.

In 1924 he moved to Paris where he would live the rest of his life. Living amongst the huge gathering of artists in the Montparnasse Quarter, he took a job as a journalist. He soon became friends with Henry Miller, Léon-Paul Fargue, and the poet Jacques Prévert.

Gyula Halász’s job and his love of the city, whose streets he often wandered late at night, led to photography.

He later wrote that photography allowed him to seize the Paris night and the beauty of the streets and gardens, in rain and mist.

Using the name of his birthplace, Gyula Halász went by the pseudonym “Brassaï,” which means “from Brasso.” As Brassaï, he captured the essence of the city in his photographs, publishing his first book of photographs in 1933 titled “Paris de nuit” (“Paris by Night”).

His efforts met with great success, resulting in his being called “the eye of Paris” in an essay by his friend Henry Miller.

In addition to photos of the seedier side of Paris, he also provided scenes from the life of the city’s high society, its intellectuals, its ballet, and the grand operas. He photographed many of his great artist friends, including Salvador Dalí, Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse, Alberto Giacometti, plus many of the prominent writers of his time such as Jean Genet, Henri Michaux and others.

Brassaï was a founding member of the Rapho agency, created in Paris by Charles Rado in 1933. His photographs brought him international fame leading to a one-man show in the United States at the George Eastman House in Rochester, New York, the Art Institute in Chicago, Illinois, and at New York City’s Museum of Modern Art.

As well as a photographer, Brassaï was the author of seventeen books and numerous articles, including the 1948 novel Histoire de Marie, which was published with an introduction by Henry Miller. His Letters to My Parents and Conversations with Picasso, have been translated into English and published by the University of Chicago Press.

After 1961, when he stopped taking photographs, Brassaï concentrated his considerable energy on sculpting in stone and bronze. Several tapestries were made from his designs based on his photographs of graffiti.

Brassaï died on 7 July 1984 in Beaulieu-sur-Mer, Alpes-Maritimes, in the south of France and was interred in the Cimetière du Montparnasse in Paris.

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Grimm Fairy Tales No. 39 Cover

Nice work by david-nakayama

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So here’s my cover for GRIMM FAIRY TALES #39, which plays on the famous parable about a scorpion hitching a ride on a fox’s back only to sting the fox midstream, killing them both. (It’s his nature, you know.)

Sela plays the part of the fox in our image, of course. 🙂

I decided to go back and personally tweak the colors on this one, and I’m really glad I did. I’ll let you guys be the final judge, but I like to think that the image reads more clearly now, looks tighter and cleaner, and ‘ pops’ just a bit more.

Also, due to popular demand, I put Sela’s strap in the scorpion’s pincer, making this cheescake about 50% cheekier. ;D

Pencils, color: Me (with thanks to Nei Ruffino)

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House MD – Family Guy

Nice work from Jukkart

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House MD drawn in the style of Family Guy-toon.

Really liking both shows. Currently in Finland, we’ve only got season 3 of House so looking forward of more!

Medium: Pen-tool in Photoshop CS

House MD (c) Fox 2008
Family Guy (c) Seth MacFarlane

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The Family

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Goddess

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Bride’s exorcism II

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TTRH3.20 Bob Dylan TTRH Season 3 Ep 20 ‘Truth and Lies”

Bob Dylan’s Theme Time Radio Hour

Season 3

Episode 20

Truth and Lies

Original Airdate 11 March, 2009

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Theme Time Radio Hour, your home for truthful Dreams, deceitful Themes and dishonest Shemes



A lie can travel half way around the world while the truth is putting on his shoes

Mark Twain

I always tell the truth… even when I lie…

– Tony Montana (Scarface)




Welcome to the underground garage. I’m Little Steven.



We will discover that the truth can set you free.







You know who told me that joke? It was Orson Welles! And I’m dying if I’m lying.



Well, it sounds much nicer when you put it to music.










Before they started making operas, The Who was one of the great singles bands of the sixties.




It’s like some people say. The devil has all the good songs.








Hearts on fire
My love for you brought only misery
Hearts on fire
Put out the flames and set this cold heart free
One short year our love burned
Until at last I guess you learned
The art of being untrue and then goodbye
What could I do except to cry and moan
Lord, what have I done
Once we were as sweet and warm
As the golden morning sun
Hearts on fire
My love for you brought only misery
Hearts on fire
Put out the flames and set this cold heart free
Friends say it’s just a game
And that no one is to blame
Go out forget her lies
But she’ll be there and sparks will fly
My love has turned to hatred
Sleep escapes me still
God, please take this heart of mine
’cause if you don’t the devil will
Hearts on fire
My love for you brought only misery
Hearts on fire
Put out the flames and set this cold heart free
Hearts on fire

-Gram Parsons





I feel like we lost something when it became all guitars and no piano.




Fool me 25 times and maybe you’re Guitar Slim.




Don’t play that song for me
It brings back memories of days that I once knew
The days that I spent with you
oh no, don’t let it play
It fills my heart with pain
Please stop it right away
I remember just-a what it said
It said: “Darling, I love you”
You know that you lied
“Darling, I love you”
You know that you lied
“darling, I love you”
You know that you lied, you lied,
You lied, lied, lied, lied

Remember on our first date
You kissed me and you walked away
You were only seventeen
I never thought you’d act so mean
But baby you told me you loved me
You told me you cared
you said, “I’ll go with you darling almost anywhere
But darling, you know that you lied, lied, lied, lied, lied





It’s not about the length of the solo, it’s the feel. A lot of those blues records had more feel than you could ever put in a twenty minute solo.



She sounds like a spirited gal. Not the kind of gal that Faye Adams was singing about. At least if this next song is to be believed.




People see us everywhere.
They think you really care.
But myself, I can’t deceive,
I know it’s only make believe.

My one and only prayer, is that some day, you’ll care.
My hopes, my dreams come true, my one and only you.
No one will ever know, how much I love you so.
My only prayer will be, some day you’ll care for me,
But it’s only make believe.

My hopes, my dreams come true, my life, I’d give for you.
My heart, a wedding ring, my all, my everything.
My heart I can’t control; you rule my very soul.
My only prayer will be, some day you’ll care for me,
But it’s only make believe.

My one and only prayer, is that some day, you’ll care.
My hopes, my dreams come true, my one and only you.
No one will ever know, how much I love you so.
My only prayer will be, some day you’ll care for me,
But it’s only make believe.

-Conway Twitty



My advice, pick the one you like best and see the other two on the side!



Here’s another one of those records that I don’t know anything about






True love (your love)
True love (your love)
True love, baby
That’s what you give to me

True love (your love)
Your love (your love)
True love, baby
That’s what you give to me

God made the world
And he made it round
I got my baby
And I’m glad I found

Her love was meant for me
And my baby, she’ll always be

She gives me true love (your love)
True love (your love)
True love, baby
That’s what you give to me

Uh, true love (your love)
Your true love (your love)
True love, baby
That’s what you give to me

True love (your love)
Your love (your love)
Your love, baby
That’s what you give to me

Love was made, I don’t boast
When He made you, He made the most
You’ve got that certain touch
To me, baby, you mean so much

You give me true love (your love)
Your true love (your love)

-Carl Perkins




That’s why, til this day, if you have air conditioning in your car, you see their names. Hoii, Norm and Max.



We will discover that the truth can set you free.










We’ve been here for the past three and a half hours playing our favourite songs.



You’ve gotta take everything I say today with at least a grain if salt, cos half of what I said wasn’t true. And the other half was a lie. That’s the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth.




Tracklisting

01 Opening
02 Tell A Lie – The Chromatics
03 “White Lies”
04 Don’t Play That Song (You Lied) – Aretha Franklin
05 “Aretha, Buses and Air Conditioning”
06 “F For Fake”
07 “Detecting Lies”
08 Don’t Lie To Me – Fats Domino
09 “Campaign Promises”
10 “Leon Chappel”
11 True Blue Papa – Leon Chappel
12 “Diogenes”
13 How Much I’ve Lied – Gram Parsons
14 Beating The Lie Detector with Penn Jilette
15 Twenty-Five Lies – Guitar Slim
16 “Sam Phillips”
17 Your True Love – Carl Perkins
18 “Gimme that Pumpin’ Piano”
19 Phone Call
20 I’ll Be True – Faye Adams
21 “Wedding Vows”
22 True Confession – Silvertones
23 “Truthful Quotes”
24 He Lied – Willie Mabon
25 “Living A Lie”
26 It’s Only Make Believe – Conway Twitty
27 “Twitty City and Dollywood”
28 “The Golem”
29 It Was A Lie – Bobby Moore And Fourmost
30 “Pinocchio”
31 La-La-La Lies – The Who
32 “Who Farewell Tour”
33 Closing/End Credits

Next Week : Family Circle

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Various individual show components recorded as individual mp3s

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March 20, 2009 Posted by | TTRH Season 3, _ART, _BOB DYLAN, _Bob Dylan's Theme Time Radio Hour, _MUSIC, _POETRY | Leave a comment

Nick Cave – The Secret Life Of The Love Song & The Flesh Made Word: Two Lectures

The Secret Life Of The Love Song & The Flesh Made Word: Two Lectures By Nick Cave (2000)
 

A rare and fascinating release this. We’ve been looking for it for some time and our pal mrx kindly got it into our mitts today! Thanks again mrx!

I was lucky enough to catch Nick deliver his Secret Life Of The Love Song  show and perform some acoustic tracks in a small Dublin venue what must be about 10 years ago. It was a rare and unique performance, extremely different and extremely intimate, harking back to the raw autobiographical nature of his greatest LP The Boatman’s Call.

Here’s an opportunity to revisit that show via a specially recorded studio version interspersed with some wonderful sparse revisits of classic Cave tracks.

This CD is fantastic. Amazing not only in how good it is, but even the mere fact that it exists. How many artists would release a CD like this?

The title lecture  The Secret Life Of The Love Song features Nick waxing philosophically and lyrically on the love song, it’s meaning, purpose, and relevance, it’s role in his career – on through an exploration of the critical role of sadness within the true love song and the intense power of this sadness, what’s known by the Portuguese as “duende” and what’s a fundamental element in powerfuly raw Irish traditional “Sean Nos” music.

Cave’s speech is laced with commentary on his own works and surprisingly raw autobiographical ancedotes that any Cave fan will love.

This piece also features 5 wonderful musical interludes.

Starting with the wonderful West Country Girl – with a considerably different arrangement; a good version of People Ain’t No Good; a totally new take on a classic Sad Waters;  Love Letter, subsequently released on No More Shall We Part, but new at the time; and the powerful  Far From Me, the origin of which is expounded upon by Cave.

The second piece – The Word Made Flesh – is a wonderful 17 minute spoken word piece recorded for the Beeb in which Cave talks about The Bible and how it has hugely influenced his life and his writing. Lots more revealing autobiograpohical stuff here too.

This is a must have for any Cave fan.

A wonderfully unique work and immensely enjoyable to listen to.

Not often you hear an espousal of erotographomania on stage these days!

And, you really ain’t heard nothing til you’ve heard Nick quoting Boney-M and analysing a Kylie Minogue pop classic!  

Some more info below:

The Secret Life of the Love Song is Nick’s highly original take on his personal artistic muse, and on the genre as a whole.

Originally conceived for the Vienna Poetry Festival (1998) and performed to great success and a capacity audience at The Royal Festival Hall, London in 1999, this is a special studio recording.

It includes five new and unique interpretations of the Cave songs ‘West Country Girl’, ‘People Ain’t no Good’, ‘Sad Waters’, ‘Love Letter’, and ‘Far From Me’.

The Word Made Flesh is a wholly spoken-word piece, re-recorded, originally conceived and executed for the BBC Religious Services Department in 1996.


 Like any good, or wayward, biblical scholar, perennial penitent Nick Cave knows that the sins of the father are destined to be replayed by the son. History does not record if Cave senior, an English lecturer, led an early life of wild excess and debauchery but, as he approaches middle age, Cave the younger acknowledges that everything he does brings him a step closer to his dear, departed daddy.

Originally delivered at the Vienna Poetry Festival in 1998, ‘The Secret Life Of The Love Song’ is a droll, imaginative appraisal of the form that has most inspired him in recent years. Its frame of reference includes the poets Lorca and Auden, Bob Dylan and Leonard Cohen, as well as Kylie Minogue and Boney M. We may prefer our artists to be slavering inadequates, barely sentient fruitcakes, but both ‘The Secret Life…’ and ‘The Flesh Made Word’ (originally broadcast on Radio 3) are a reminder that sometimes the most impassioned artist can be an acerbic and penetrating critic. In his early solo career Cave was often enraged by critical assessments of his work and these lectures, joining such King Mob cultural landmarks as Ken Kesey, the Black Panthers and, er, Stewart Home, are a deliciously savoured and valuable type of revenge.

But Cave also delivers unerringly emotive rerecordings of his most exquisitely realised compositions (‘West Country Girl’, ‘Sad Waters’ and ‘Far From Me’). Balm for those who think it’s not so good to talk and magnificent examples of what he calls “my sad, gloomy-eyed children”. Long may he tend to their needs, by whatever means may be necessary.

8 out of 10

– NME 

 

Since I have become a Nick Cave fan and have evangelized his music to friends and acquaintances, I’ve been frequently asked why his music is so dark and brooding. Well, now here I’ve found some answers and you can too.Since I have become a Nick Cave fan and have evangelized his music to friends and acquaintances, I’ve been frequently asked why his music is so dark and brooding. Well, now here I’ve found some answers and you can too.

In Cave’s first lecture, he explains the concepts of “saudade” and “duende” and puts forth the proposition that a love song is not a true love song unless it contains elements of these concepts. Then he goes on to explain why this is so. His lecture is interspersed with his playing of five examples of love songs he has written that are steeped in saudade and duende.

In the course of his talk, he also mentions other musicians like Van Morrison, Bob Dylan, Tom Waits and others whose writings betray a deep understanding of those concepts.

In the second lecture, Cave speaks of how the Bible came to influence his writing after the death of his father who had inspired him to write. Songs from his earlier band Birthday Party and early Bad Seeds are informed by the Old Testament and filled with “bile and puke”, but also with the beauty of the Psalms. Later Cave songs have been inspired by the Gospels and show a new and brighter view of life and love. He talks a bit about God and his view of humanity’s connection to the divine. Lest this scare anyone off, I should add that his talk is exploratory and explanatory, not preachy in a Jesus freak sort of way.

I learned quite a bit by listening to this fine CD and have come to understand the music of Nick Cave to the point to where I can explain it to others. Cave has a good speaking voice and a manner which makes interesting what he has to say. I find The Secret Life of the Love Song & The Flesh Made Word to be thoroughly edifying and enjoyable. I recommend it highly not just to hard-core Nick Cave fans, but to anyone who has an interest in writing.

-Kurt Harding
 

Here be Nicky;

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Wicked as a joy ride

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TTRH3.19 Bob Dylan TTRH Season 3 Ep 19 ‘Questions’

Bob Dylan’s Theme Time Radio Hour

Season 3

Episode 19

Questions

Original Airdate 4 March, 2009

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Theme Time Radio Hour, your home for
what Dreams, who Themes and why Schemes

Judge a man by his questions rather than his answers

– Voltaire

“You’ve written a couple of songs Bob. You got any advice?”

– caller “Bob”





Maybe there’s a guy walking by. He’s walking home to see his wife.Or he’s walking away from his wife. Or his wife’s waiting for him. Or she’s not waiting for him. Or she’s with someone else.



All you’ve got to do is get outside of your own head







As a younger man, I thought about going into journalism.



Do you take this man to be your lawful wedded wife?











Are you having a good time? Are you enjoying yourself? Are you comfortable?




Here’s “Who do you love?” Or should that be “Whom do you love?” We’ll look that up and get back to you.






What is this thing called love?
This funny thing called love?
Just who can solve its mystery?
Why should it make a fool of me?

I saw you there one wonderful day
You took my heart and threw it away
That’s why I ask the lord in heaven above
What is this thing called love?


-Cole Porter





Rudyard Kipling, questionable poet


There will be a quiz at the end of today’s broadcast.





I’ve talked to your Mother, and I’ve talked to your Dad
They say they’ve tried but it’s all in vain
I’ve begged and I’ve pleaded, I’ve even got mad
Now we must face it, you give me a pain

Oh, How can I miss you when you wont go away
Keep on telling you, day after day
But you wont listen, you always stay and stay
How Can I Miss You, When You won’t Go Away?
How can I miss you, when you wont go away

Your never ending presence, really cramps my style
I dreamed, that it wont always be the same
At first I was attracted, but after a while
Have you ever heard of, a hard to get dame

Out of three billion people, why must it be me
Oh why, oh why won’t you cut me loose
Just do me a favour, and listen to my plea
I’m not the only chicken on the roost


Dan Hicks



David Bowie sings a song about a city of them.



Perhpas they were invoking the Socratic Method.




I’ve been made blue.
I’ve been lied to.
When will I be loved?
I’ve been turned down.
I’ve been pushed ’round.
When will I be loved?

When I meet a new girl,
That I want for mine,
She always breaks my heart in two.
It happens every time.

I’ve been cheated.
Been mistreated.
When will I be loved?

When I meet a new girl,
That I want for mine,
She always breaks my heart in two.
It happens every time.

I’ve been cheated,
Been mistreated.
When will I be loved?
When will I be loved?
When will I be loved?

– Phil Everly



He was the son of noted sex bomb, Mamie Van Doren.



Socrates, looking for truth until the very end.








Another riddle for the ages was the riddle of the sphinx



As I always say, you don’t dance to the information.






Alan Freed was a big fan of this record. Or maybe he just got paid to be a big fan of this record. I’d like to think he was really a big fan cos I like the record.



I just love the word “sphico”




Tracklisting

01 Opening
02 Who Do You Love? – Bo Diddley
03 “Who or Whom?”
04 Whadaya Want? – The Robins
05 “Allen Toussaint’s Whipped Cream”
06 What Do You Want A Girl To Do? – Allen Toussaint
07 “Suffragettes”
08 When Will I Be Loved? – The Everly Brothers
09 “The Socratic Method”
10 Where You At? – Lloyd Price
11 “About Lloyd Price”
12 I Wonder Where You Are Tonight – Bill Monroe
13 “Quiz Show”
14 64,000 Dollar Question – Bobby Tuggle
15 “Matzoh”
16 Who’s That Guy – The Kolettes
17 “Character Actors”
18 Who’s That Lady? – The Isley Brothers
19 “Character Actresses”
20 “Questionable Book Titles/Dan Hicks”
21 How Can I Miss You When You Won’t Go Away? – Dan Hick And His Hot Licks
22 “Riddle of the Sphinx”
23 Phone Call
24 What’s Going On? – Marvin Gaye
25 “Eddie Lawrence”
26 What Is This Thing Called Love? – Billie Holiday
27 “Punctuation”
28 What’s So Funny About Peace, Love And Understanding? – Brinsley Schwarz
29 Closing/End Credits

Next Week : Truth and Lies

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The full show on one mp3;

http://www.sendspace.com/file/86dxkl

Various individual show components recorded as individual mp3s

http://rapidshare.com/files/205758015/3 … 3-2009.zip



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March 16, 2009 Posted by | TTRH Season 3, _ART, _BOB DYLAN, _Bob Dylan's Theme Time Radio Hour, _MUSIC, _POETRY | Leave a comment

Lady 1925


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Miroslav Hák – Au Balcon, Hungary, circa 1944

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Zui and Talea Pinky Bound

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Wonderful piece by Zymmij who says Thumb Cuffs are Fun!

OK then … we’ll give em a try tonight!

The lovely models are Zui Suicide and Kess!

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Hello Kitty

Miaoowwww!!

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Zapatos

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Duchess Breath

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Bathtime Booze Babe

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This is obviously based on an Irish chick I dated years ago!

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