Tuesday, 9 August 2016

Tuesday, 24 May 2016

Friday, 13 May 2016

Amir Haddad


El representante francés, el franco israelí Amir Haddad.

Hovi Star


"Made of Stars"

Sunday, 14 February 2016

Yael Naim


Yael Naim





 Premio Victoire de la Música francesa a la artista femenina del año por su disco "Older"

Monday, 28 December 2015

Joan Javits & Philip Springer


Irving Berlin


Felix Bernard


No, Michael Buble no es judío, pero Felix Bernard sí, el autor de esta melodía tan reconocible y reproducida en esta época del año.

Sunday, 29 November 2015

Friday, 27 November 2015

Tuesday, 22 September 2015

Ronny Gordon


Gmar Jatima Tovah!

¡Qué vuestros nombres sean inscritos para bien en el Libro de la Vida!

Saturday, 22 August 2015

Sunday, 16 August 2015

Matisyahu

Jerushalem (Out Of Darkness Comes Light)


Jerusalem, if I forget you
Fire not gonna come from me tongue
Jerusalem, if I forget you
Let my right hand forget what its supposed to do

In the ancient days, we will return with no delay
Picking up the bounty and the spoils on our way
Weve been traveling from state to state
And them dont understand what they say

Three thousand years with no place to be
And they want me to give up my milk and honey
Dont you see, its not about the land or the sea
Not the country but the dwelling of his majesty

Jerusalem, if I forget you
Fire not gonna come from me tongue
Jerusalem, if I forget you
Let my right hand forget what its supposed to do

Jerusalem, if I forget you
Fire not gonna come from me tongue
Jerusalem, if I forget you
Let my right hand forget what its supposed to do

Rebuild the temple and the crown of glory
Years gone by, about sixty
Burn in the oven in this century
And the gas tried to choke but it couldnt choke me

I will not lie down, I will not fall asleep
And they come overseas, yes theyre trying to be free
Erase the demons out of our memory
Change your name and your identity

Afraid of the truth and our dark history
Why is everybody always chasing we
Cut off the roots of your family tree
Don't you know that's not the way to be

Jerusalem, if I forget you
Fire not gonna come from me tongue
Jerusalem, if I forget you
Let my right hand forget what its supposed to do

Jerusalem, if I forget you
Fire not gonna come from me tongue
Jerusalem, if I forget you
Let my right hand forget what its supposed to do

Caught up in these ways and the worlds gone crazy
Dont you know its just a phase, case of the Simon says
If I forget the truth then my words wont penetrate
Babylon burning in the place, cant see through dark haze

Chop down all of them dirty ways
Thats the price that you pay for selling lies to the youth
No way, not okay, oh no way, not okay, hey
Ain't no one gonna break my stride, ain't no one gonna pull me down
Oh no, I got to keep on moving, stay alive

Jerusalem, if I forget you
Fire not gonna come from me tongue
Jerusalem, if I forget you
Let my right hand forget what its supposed to do

Jerusalem, if I forget you
Fire not gonna come from me tongue
Jerusalem, if I forget you
Let my right hand forget what its supposed to do, Jerusalem

Jerusalem, if I forget you
Fire not gonna come from me tongue
Jerusalem, if I forget you
Let my right hand forget what its supposed to do

Jerusalem, if I forget you
Fire not gonna come from me tongue
Jerusalem, if I forget you
Let my right hand forget what its supposed to do

Read more: Matisyahu - Jerusalem (Out Of Darkness Comes Light) Lyrics | MetroLyrics

Matisyahu



Useless ID


Sunday, 2 August 2015

Vivian Maier


Vivian Maier

La historia de Vivian Maier es la historia de una mujer que no podía permitirse revelar las fotos, porque era caro, pero q compulsivamente durante años no dejó de hacerlas y guardar los negativos. Era hija de refugiados judíos, vivió en Estados Unidos, entre Chicago, Los Angeles y Nueva York.

Trabajaba como niñera, llevaba a sus niños de paseo por la ciudad y entrevistaba a las personas a las que fotografiaba. Llegó a guardar 200 cajas de material. Más de 150.000 negativos. De Nueva York, Los Angeles, Chicago... de sus viajes por el mundo.

Nunca dejó de hacer esas preciosas fotos que un día la hicieron famosa.

En 2007 sus problemas financieros le impidieron pagar el alquiler del trastero en el que guardaba sus cajas y fueron subastadas. Meses más tarde, la intención de un joven coleccionista de escribir un libro sobre un vecindario de Chicago, le llevó a buscar a Vivian Maier, la autora de las fotografias. Pero esta acababa de morir.

Esta es la historia de una mujer que murió sin contarle a nadie acerca de su gran pasión y sin mostrarle a nadie el gran talento que tenía.