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Bobby Rush -《Night Fishin'》(星夜蓝钓)[FLAC]

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    音乐风格爵士
    发行时间2005年10月04日
    地区美国
    语言英语
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专辑英文名Night Fishin'
专辑中文名星夜蓝钓
歌手Bobby Rush
音乐风格爵士
资源格式FLAC
发行时间2005年10月04日
地区美国
语言英语
简介

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专辑介绍:

鲍比·拉什(Emmit Ellis Jr. 于11月10日1940年,出生在荷马,路易斯安那州)是美国蓝调和R&B音乐人,作曲家和歌手。他的风格融合了灵魂蓝调,说唱和放克的元素。

Bobby Rush (born November 10, 1933, Homer, Louisiana, United States) is an American blues musician, composer and singer. His style incorporates elements of blues, rap and funk.

Product Details

Audio CD (October 4, 2005)
Number of Discs: 1
Label: Deep Rush
ASIN: B000AMJDOW

Personnel: Bobby Rush (guitar, harp); Bobby Rush (bass guitar); Dexter Allen (guitar, keyboards); Steve Johnson , Caleb Tyrone Armstrong, Steve Johnson (guitar); LaFredrick Taylor (organ, drums); Harrison Calloway, Joe Banks (keyboards); Dale Morris, Terry Grayson (bass guitar); Bruce Howard, Bruce Howard (drums); Rufus Mapp (percussion).

Recording information: MTL Studios, Jackson, MS; Sonic Temple Studios, Jackson, MS.

Audio Mixer: Ron Carbo.

Photographer: James Patterson.

引用
At a time when most of his contemporaries are resting on their laurels, Bobby Rush-a 50-year veteran of the stage-continues to be one of the most exciting and creative artists in the R&B/blues arena. Rush's live shows are without parallel, replete with costume changes and comedic sketches acted out with the assistance of his lovely female dancers. In addressing a broad range of matters of the heart, Rush adopts various onstage persona-the adoring lover, the cuckold, the boastful stud-delivering all with a knowing wink that assures the audience that he's in on the joke.

In the context of today's all too predictable and sanitized blues market, it's easy to understand why audiences new to Rush's performances often find them novel or even bewildering. Unique they are, but Rush's signifying, jesting, and double entendre jiving are at the heart of the blues, as exemplified by forbears such as Charley Patton, Memphis Minnie, Louis Jordan, and Howlin' Wolf.

Bobby Rush-it's pronounced as one three-syllable name-calls his music "folk funk," an apt description for a blend that's both decidedly modern and deeply rooted in tradition. Over the decades he has consistently updated his show by incorporating new styles-jump blues, Chicago style deep blues, soul, funk, and even hip-hop-into a fresh mix. At the same time, his original compositions often stem from his dipping into the well of folk wisdom, as exemplified by songs like "What's Good For the Goose is Good for the Gander Too."

The son of a preacher man, Bobby Rush was born Emmet Ellis, Jr.

, in the north Louisiana town of Homer; he later adopted his stage name out of respect for his father. He built his first instrument, a primitive guitar or "diddley bow," and in his early teens he was donning a fake mustache and appearing at local juke joints as a solo artist. In the mid-'50s he moved up to Chicago, where his bands included Freddie King, Earl Hooker, and Luther Allison, while on jaunts back to his family home in Pine Bluff, Arkansas, he performed with Elmore James and James' cousin Boyd Gilmore.

Rush began working as a bandleader already as a teenager after realizing that he could control his own destiny if he owned all the equipment. His entrepreneurial flair is legendary among fellow musicians, who fondly recall his working in disguise as the emcee on his own gigs, earning double pay from an unknowing club owner, and his shuffling between three gigs a night with separate bands at West Side nightclubs.

Rush's popularity as a live performer in Chicago set back the development of his recording career, but he began to achieve national acclaim in 1971 following the success of his hit "Chicken Heads" on Galaxy records. Over the next decade he recorded for labels including Jewel, Philadelphia International, Warner Brothers, and toured widely on the "chitlin circuit," the decades old network of clubs that stretches in a rough triangle between east Texas, north Florida, and Chicago.

In the early '80s Rush moved from Chicago to his current home of Jackson, Mississippi, where he recorded a series of albums for the LeJam, Ichiban, and Malaco labels, and gained the title of "king of the chitlin circuit" in the wake of hits including "Sue," "Wearin' It Out," "Ain't Studdin' You," and "Hoochie Man."

In 2003 Rush fulfilled his longtime dream of forming his own label, Deep Rush, recording the CD "Undercover Lover" and capturing the magic of his live show on DVD at the club Ground Zero in Clarksdale, Mississippi. Rush's showmanship is also prominently featured in Richard Pearce's documentary film "The Road To Memphis," broadcast on PBS in September 2003 as part of Martin Scorsese's film series "The Blues."

In the last decade Rush has gained new audiences through performances at the Kennedy Center, Carnegie Hall, and on festival stages in Europe and Japan. But catch him on an average weekend and he's just as likely to be playing to packed houses in chitlin circuit clubs in places like Nesbit, Mississippi, Macon, Georgia, and Smackover, Arkansas, before mostly black, working class audiences that conventional blues wisdom suggests no longer exist. Success in the American music marketplace generally entails leaving behind the people that sustained you during your early years, but that's not a price Bobby Rush is willing to pay. As his career takes off in new directions, he's determined to keep it real, presenting the same unadulterated show as he moves from Tokyo to Smackover. Or as he explains in what has become somewhat a mantra of late, "I want to cross over, not cross out


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“千山鸟飞绝,万径人踪灭。”全诗赏析

名句
“千山鸟飞绝,万径人踪灭。”出自唐代诗人柳宗元的《江雪》
作者:柳宗元 年代:唐


千山鸟飞绝,万径人踪灭。   

孤舟蓑笠翁,独钓寒江雪。



赏析:

这首诗大约作于谪居永州时期。这是一首押仄韵的五言绝句。粗看起来,这像是一幅一目了然的山水画:冰天雪地寒江,没有行人、飞鸟,只有一位老翁独处孤舟,默然垂钓。但仔细品味,这洁、静、寒凉的画面却是一种遗世独立、峻洁孤高的人生境界的象征。

  首先,它创造了峻洁清冷的艺术境界。单就诗的字面来看,“孤舟蓑笠翁”一句似乎是作者描绘的重心,占据了画面的主体地位。这位渔翁身披蓑笠独自坐在小舟上垂纶长钓。“孤”与“独”二字已经显示出他的远离尘世,甚至揭示出他清高脱俗、兀傲不群的个性特征。作者所要表现的主题于此已然透出,但是作者还嫌意兴不足,又为渔翁精心创造了一个广袤无垠、万籁俱寂的艺术背景:远处峰峦耸立,万径纵横,然而山无鸟飞,径无人踪。往日沸腾喧闹,处处生机盎然的自然界因何这般死寂呢?一场大雪纷纷扬扬,覆盖了千山,遮蔽了万径。鸟不飞,人不行。冰雪送来的寒冷制造了一个白皑皑,冷清清的世界。这幅背景强有力地衬托着渔翁孤独单薄的身影。此时此刻,他的心境该是多么幽冷孤寒呀!这里,作者采用烘托渲染的手法,极力描绘渔翁垂钓时候的气候和景物,淡笔轻涂,只数语便点染出峻洁清冷的抒情气氛。其笔触所到,连亘天地,高及峰巅,下及江水,咫尺之幅,涵盖万里。沈德潜评论说“清峭已绝”。顾璘则说“绝唱,雪景如在目前”。二人所指,大略都是就这首诗的境界创造来说的。

  其次,形象地反映了作者贬谪永州以后不甘屈从而又倍感孤独的心理状态。晚于柳宗元的郑谷曾作《雪中偶题》:“乱飘僧舍茶烟湿,密洒歌楼酒力微。江上晚来堪画处,渔人披得一蓑归。”是诗亦写江雪中的渔翁,但造语平常,更乏境界,作者并没有把自己的主观意识与鲜明的个性熔铸进去,所以苏轼批评他是“村学中语”,而称赞柳宗元末尾两句,说是“人性有隔也哉?殆天所赋,不可及也已”!苏轼所谓“人性”,即指诗人的情感熔铸。“人性有隔”的对立面便是“人性无隔”,做到“人性无隔”,亦即达到了情景交融的最高境界了。我们知道,柳宗元在“永贞革新”失败后.连遭贬斥,始终保持着一种顽强不届的精神状态。他的“永州八记”,专写穷山僻壤之景,借题立意,寄托遥深,凡一草一木,均坦示出他极为孤苦寂寞的心情。他的兀傲脱俗的个性也得以充分展现。这首诗中的渔翁形象,身处孤寒之界而我行我素,足履渺无人烟之境而处之泰然。其风标,其气骨,其守贞不渝的心态,不是很令人钦慕吗?和柳宗元约略同时的诗人张志和作《渔歌子》说:“西塞山前白鹭飞,桃花流水鳜鱼肥。青箬笠,绿蓑衣,斜风细雨不须归。”张氏造境选择春暖花开之际,画面美而幽,流露了“烟波钓徒”的怡然恬淡之性,闲适自在之情。柳宗元与张志和不同,他本是个坚持正义的政治家,立脚于充满矛盾斗争的土壤之上,所以。.他遣境专取深冬寒凉之际,人的心情也不是只有纵情山水的一面,他还写出了严正清苦,凛然不可犯的一面,个性尤为突出。

  最后,这首诗的结构安排至为精巧。诗题是“江雪”。但是作者入笔并不点题,他先写千山万径之静谧凄寂。栖鸟不飞,行人绝迹。然后笔锋一转,推出正在孤舟之中垂纶而钓的蓑翁形象。一直到结尾才著“寒江雪”三字,正面破题。读至结处,倒头再读全篇。一种豁然开朗的感觉油然生出。苍茫天宇,皑皑大地,其悠远的景界非常吸引人。

  此诗的艺术构思很讲究,诗人运用了对比、衬托的手法:千山万径之广远衬托孤舟老翁之渺小;鸟绝人灭之阒寂对比老翁垂钓之生趣;画面之安谧冷寂衬托人物心绪之涌动。孤处独立的老翁实际是诗人心情意绪的写照。

  诗中所写的景物是:座座山峰,看不见飞鸟的形影,条条小路,也都没有人们的足迹。整个大地覆盖着茫茫白雪,一个穿着蓑衣、戴着笠帽的老渔翁,乘着一叶孤舟,在寒江上独自垂钓。看,这是一幅多么生动的寒江独钓图啊!这幅画面究竟意味着什么呢?大家知道,在艺术作品中,绝不会有“纯粹”的风景诗或风景画。在它们里面总是要或多或少地反映作者的感情和现实内容的。事实上,风景诗中的极品,尽管通篇花鸟,满纸烟霞,但必然是字字看来皆是景,声声细味总是情。这首诗,也不例外。只要我们了解柳宗元的一生经历,就可以看出这一点。


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专辑曲目

01. Night Fishin’
02. I’m Tired Of That Who Said Mess
03. G-String
04. If You Make One Step
05. Who’s Fooling Who
06. Checkout Time
07. Slip Trip Fell In Love
08. Up In Here
09. We Had Love
10. Hot Air

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