崔建和U2 11/26/2009 12:34
莫名其妙地将一无所有和With or Without You同时记起. 可能为二者曾经心动过? 一个在成为女人之前一个在之后, 相同之处在于都是满怀冲突的人生阶段. 或者雄混的感觉对于一个在北方成长的女子有一种无以言喻的魅惑? 相比之下崔建虽然身体没有那么雄健, 但听着一点不差 wink .

音乐上我不懂, 可能我这种联系也不能说完全的莫名其妙, 本来崔建在当时也是在向西方的摇滚学习借鉴?



Audio: 一无所有
http://www.imeem.com/evelynsiewling/music/WwDs3IcO/cui-jian-yi-wu-suo-you/

节日快乐 rose
找到了这个家视频的. 有点不同味道.

一无所有:
http://www.56.com/u84/v_Mzk1NjQwODE.html

一无所有当时算是崔建走红的第一首, 粗看一下发现 With or Without You 也是U2当年87年走红的第一首.

有人记得崔第一次演唱一无所有是哪一年? 没准还真是大概一个时间.
wildcrane at 11/26/2009 12:57 快速引用
wildcrane :

有人记得崔第一次演唱一无所有是哪一年? 没准还真是大概一个时间.


好像是86吧
tutu at 11/26/2009 15:12 快速引用
差不多。。。不是86,就是87。。。俺那个时候刚刚大学毕业,第一次听崔健的演唱会在济南,那个叫PEOPLE MOUNTAIN PEOPLE SEA。。。。以后来美国在MIT又听过一次他的演唱会,找不到那个强烈感觉了。。。那是10以后的事情了。。。
smilhaNew at 11/26/2009 15:28 快速引用
我每次想到一无所有总是和黄土高坡混起来 oops
这么唱:
我家住在黄土高坡~~大风从坡上刮过
可你却总是笑~我,一无所有

挺顺的哈 oops
开会 at 11/26/2009 21:59 快速引用
U2 become a little too big for themselves, but i still go see them every chance i get

"从头再来“ is my favorite 崔健的歌
seven at 11/26/2009 22:08 快速引用
从头再来

词:崔健曲:崔健

我脚踏着大地,我头顶着太阳
我装做这世界唯我独在
我紧闭着双眼,我紧靠着墙
我装做这肩上已没有脑袋
啦啦啦……

我不愿离开,我不愿存在
我不愿活得过分实实在在
我想要离开,我想要存在
我想要死去之后从头再来

那烟盒中的云彩,那酒杯中的大海
统统装进我空空的胸怀
我越来越会胡说,我越来越会沉默
我越来越会装做我什么都不明白
啦啦啦……

看看前后左右,看看男女老少
看看我那到了头的金光大道
感觉不到心跳,感觉不到害臊
感觉不到自己想还是不想知道
啦啦啦……
seven at 11/26/2009 22:15 快速引用
在大学的新生欢迎会上,我们班的男同学集体合唱的歌就是<一无所有>,这首歌给我的感觉就是:年轻真好,一无所有也无所畏惧,不象后来就要把自己所有的秀给人看。
MorningMoon at 11/26/2009 23:07 快速引用
。。。。。。
Bosuzke at 11/27/2009 13:56 快速引用
seven :
从头再来

词:崔健曲:崔健

我脚踏着大地,我头顶着太阳
我装做这世界唯我独在
我紧闭着双眼,我紧靠着墙
我装做这肩上已没有脑袋
啦啦啦……

我不愿离开,我不愿存在
我不愿活得过分实实在在
我想要离开,我想要存在
我想要死去之后从头再来

那烟盒中的云彩,那酒杯中的大海
统统装进我空空的胸怀
我越来越会胡说,我越来越会沉默
我越来越会装做我什么都不明白
啦啦啦……

看看前后左右,看看男女老少
看看我那到了头的金光大道
感觉不到心跳,感觉不到害臊
感觉不到自己想还是不想知道
啦啦啦……


http://www.51t.com/ting/31de1e87/9e2b9880/
wildcrane at 11/28/2009 10:52 快速引用
tutu :
wildcrane :

有人记得崔第一次演唱一无所有是哪一年? 没准还真是大概一个时间.


好像是86吧


by this one, it was first performed in 85 and then 86:

In 1985, Cui's televised performance in a Beijing talent contest made him a household name after he performed "Nothing to My Nam," (Yi Wu Suo You), a ballad about unrequited love that is ultimately returned.
Gaining a Following:
In 1986, Cui's performed "Nothing to my Name" at a Beijing concert wearing peasant clothing. While he has said that he is not a political artist, his song lyrics were popular among activists who hoped to reform China. That year, he left the orchestra and recorded his first major album, "Rock and Roll on the New Long March" with his new band, ADO. His web site said the album, which included the first recording of "Nothing To My Name," was the biggest selling album in China's history.

http://chineseculture.about.com/od/chineserockmusic/p/cuijian.htm
wildcrane at 11/28/2009 10:59 快速引用
smilhaNew :
差不多。。。不是86,就是87。。。俺那个时候刚刚大学毕业,第一次听崔健的演唱会在济南,那个叫PEOPLE MOUNTAIN PEOPLE SEA。。。。以后来美国在MIT又听过一次他的演唱会,找不到那个强烈感觉了。。。那是10以后的事情了。。。


haha, i like People mountian people sea.
wildcrane at 11/28/2009 11:00 快速引用
说来真巧, 昨天晚上看了几眼电视, 发现Beatles 对前苏联解体起了很大作用, 至少这个记录片是这样立论的. 其中甲壳虫在苏联红场表演的镜头, 那个people mountain people sea 好壮观!

HOW THE BEATLES ROCKED THE KREMLIN
on PBS

– Extraordinary and Untold Story of How Beatlemania Punctured the Iron Curtain Marks 20th Anniversary of the Fall of the Berlin Wall –



HOW THE BEATLES ROCKED THE KREMLIN, airing Monday, November 9, 2009, 10:00-11:00 p.m. ET on PBS, tells the extraordinary and untold story of how Beatlemania punctured the Iron Curtain. In a personal journey through Russia, award-winning director Leslie Woodhead relates, through first-person accounts, a secret revolution that contributed to the fall of communism. The program’s broadcast coincides with the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall.

In August 1962, Woodhead made a two-minute film, in Liverpool’s Cavern Club, with a raw and unrecorded group of unknown rockers — the Beatles. Twenty-five years later, while making a series of films in Russia, Woodhead would learn just how powerful Beatlemania was. Even though the Beatles never played in the Soviet Union, their music and their rebellious style still infiltrated the country, soaking into the lives of a generation of kids.

“I’ve always been fascinated by the story of how the moptops conquered the world,” said Woodhead. “And since I’ve made a series of documentaries in the former Evil Empire over the past 30 years, I have a special taste for this film.”

HOW THE BEATLES ROCKED THE KREMLIN introduces the world to members of the Russian Beatles generation, who relate how the Fab Four changed their lives, gave them hope and helped to undermine the foundations of the Soviet system. The film showcases archival Soviet-era footage laced with interviews with Soviet Beatles fans, who reveal just how they managed to listen to the outlawed music of the Fab Four.

Artemy Troitsky, Russia’s leading rock music writer and self-proclaimed “radical young man” during the Beatles era, describes the importance of the band behind the Iron Curtain. “In the big bad West,” he says, “they’ve had whole huge institutions which spent millions of dollars for undermining the Soviet system. And I’m sure that the impact of all those stupid Cold War institutions has been much, much smaller than the impact of the Beatles.”

HOW THE BEATLES ROCKED THE KREMLIN features interviews with Kolya Vasin, a Beatles “superfan” from St. Petersburg, who built a “Temple of Peace and Love” to John Lennon; Sergei Ivanov, Russia’s deputy premier, who insisted that he learned English from smuggled Beatles records; rock commentator Troitsky; and numerous Soviet Beatles cover bands, including bandmates Yury Pelyushonok, Yuri Yakovlev and Anatoly Chernuchevich, who reunited for this film, writing and performing a new song called “Kruschev Era Rock.”

Underwriters: Public Television Viewers, PBS and Corporation for Public Broadcasting
Producer: Blakeway Productions for WNET.ORG
Producer/director/narrator: Leslie Woodhead
Executive in charge, WNET.ORG: Neal Shapiro
Vice president, content, WNET.ORG: Stephen Segaller
Senior producer, news and current affairs, WNET.ORG: Scott Davis
Director, news and current affairs, WNET.ORG: Tom Casciato
Format: CC Stereo HD

http://pressroom.pbs.org/documents/how_the_beatles_rocked_the_kremlin_rls
wildcrane at 11/28/2009 21:35 快速引用
看来就我们坚守阵地,大过节的还在网上晃荡 smile ,昨天采购有什么收获吗?
MorningMoon at 11/28/2009 22:34 快速引用
MorningMoon :
看来就我们坚守阵地,大过节的还在网上晃荡 smile ,昨天采购有什么收获吗?



昨天背痛, 什么也没干成. 今天好一些.
背不行, 坚守不了了, 偶尔来逛逛.

今天还在电视上看到介绍摇滚历史的, 没好好看, 看到一点Rolling Stone 的表演, 好象当年的崔建受甲壳虫和滚石的影响. 觉得无巧不成书特意记录几句.

Saturday, November 28 at 8 p.m.
Ed Sullivan’s Rock and Roll Classics The Sixties
This special presents classic song performances from 1963-1968. From The Beatles’ American television debut to the Doors’ infamous one-time-only appearance to the Rolling Stones, Sly and the Family Stone, The Mamas and The Papas and more, the special focuses exclusively on full-length music performances that evoke the spirit of that decade’s youth movement.
http://www.wmfe.org/site/PageServer
wildcrane at 11/28/2009 23:16 快速引用
你打算回国看吗?老这么样也不是办法。

wildcrane :
MorningMoon :
看来就我们坚守阵地,大过节的还在网上晃荡 smile ,昨天采购有什么收获吗?



昨天背痛, 什么也没干成. 今天好一些.
背不行, 坚守不了了, 偶尔来逛逛.

今天还在电视上看到介绍摇滚历史的, 没好好看, 看到一点Rolling Stone 的表演, 好象当年的崔建受甲壳虫和滚石的影响. 觉得无巧不成书特意记录几句.

Saturday, November 28 at 8 p.m.
Ed Sullivan’s Rock and Roll Classics The Sixties
This special presents classic song performances from 1963-1968. From The Beatles’ American television debut to the Doors’ infamous one-time-only appearance to the Rolling Stones, Sly and the Family Stone, The Mamas and The Papas and more, the special focuses exclusively on full-length music performances that evoke the spirit of that decade’s youth movement.
http://www.wmfe.org/site/PageServer
MorningMoon at 11/28/2009 23:23 快速引用
When Beatles first time gave a show in the US, 听听小女孩子们的尖叫声

2.23,1964 I want to hold your hand
wildcrane at 11/29/2009 19:46 快速引用
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