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Popmusik, Schwerpunkt Fifties, und Literatur
Pop, Schwerpunkt Fifties – dös sengma aba net so eng – , Jazz und Literatur
Verbindungen zwischen Pop, Jazz und Literatur
Frank Sinatra: "My Way" wird witzig vom israelischen Autor Etgar Keret eingesetzt,
siehe sinatra Etgar Keret: Mond im Sonderangebot. 33 Short Stories
Er nimmt die Armbrust und Pfeile.
Hedwig: Was willst du mit der Armbrust? Lass sie hier.
Tell: Mir fehlt der Arm, wenn mir die Waffe fehlt.
Friedrich von Schiller: Wilhelm Tell, III., 1.
schiller Rezension
"Don't take your guns to town son.
Leave your guns at home, Bill.
Don't take your guns to town .
He laughed and kissed his mom
And said your Billy Joe's a man
I can shoot as quick and straight as anybody can. But I wouldn't shoot without a cause
I'd gun nobody down."
Johnny Cash: Don't Take Your Guns to Town (Johnny Cash), 13. 8. 1958 Nashville, Tenn. Columbia CL 1253
"Aber da er an nichts anderes als an Odette denken konnte, wußte er nicht einmal, ob er den Duft der Blätter verspürt habe oder ob Mondschein gewesen sei."
Marcel Proust: Eine Liebe von Swann, S. 126,
coleman wells Rezension
"Are the stars out tonight?
I don't know if it's cloudy or bright.
I only have eyes for you, dear. ...
I don't know if we're in a garden
Or on a crowded avenue."
Aus: I Only Have Eyes For You, coleman wells Interpreten
coleman wells The Shape of Things to Come (1933) – The Shape of Jazz to Come (1959)
pop literatur jazz Drown in my Own Tearspop literatur jazz Rezension: Mark Childress. Heartbreak Hotelpop literatur jazz One Night
I shake all over and you know why
I am sure its love, honey, thats no lie
Cause when you call my name
You know I burn like a wooden flame
You leave me ahhhhhh
Breathless!
Jerry Lee Lewis Breathless – Sun 288; 21. Januar 1958 Memphis – pop literatur jazz E. A. Poe "Loss of Breath"
pop literatur jazz "You Talk Too Much"
Zweimal wird Staub gekehrt - mit entgegengesetzten Absichten.
I am sent with broom before
To sweep the dust behind the door.
William Shakespeare. A Midsummer Night's Dream, V, 2
I'm gettin' up soon in the mornin'
I believe I'll dust my broom.
Robert Johnson I Believe I'll Dust My Broom
Elmore James
Dust My Broom – Trumpet 1952
"Donec eris sospes, multos numerabis amicos;
Tempora si fuerint nubila, solus eris."

[Solange du glücklich bist, wirst du viele Freunde haben,
In düsteren Zeiten wirst du allein sein.]
Ovid Tristia 1,9,5 f
Once I lived the life of a millionaire
Spending my money—I didn't care.
I take my friends out for the time,
Buying bootleg liquor, champagne, and wine.
When I began to fall so low
I didn't have a friend and no place to go.
.............................................................
Nobody knows you when you're down and out.
In my pocket not one penny
And my friends—I haven't any.
When I had money I was the greatest gal in town,
When I had money I was the greatest gal in town,
But now I'm broke and nobody don't want me around.

 
Coot Grant mit dem Mezzrow-Bechet Quintet Evil Gal Blues (Mezzrow - Wilson) – King Jazz 1947 [nicht identisch mit Evil Gal Blues von Dinah Washington, Mercury 1947]
Bessie Smith Nobody Knows You When You're Down and Out (Jimmie Cox) – Columbia 1929
La Vern Baker – Atlantic 1958
[Jacques:] "All the world's a stage,
And all the men and women merely players"
William Shakespeare
. As You Like It, II, 7, 139-140 (Wie es euch gefällt)

"You know, someone said, that the world's a stage in which we must play our part"
Elvis Presley Are You Lonesome Tonight (R.Turk, L.Handman) – RCA 1960
Vergleiche dazu: tabor Charly Tabor enttrohnt Elvis Presley
pop literatur jazz "For Fools rush in where Angels fear to tread"
pop literatur jazz Der Ewige Wanderer in der Popmusik der Fifities
pop literatur jazz Literarische Themen
pop literatur jazz Zitate
pop literatur jazz Anfang

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