Sonstiges

Night

Gott und Mozart zusammen hätten dieses Stück nur verschlimmbessern können, hätten sie es nochmals schreiben müssen:)

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btw, irgendwie erinnert mich David Gilmour an Thomas Gigold, bisserl Ähnlichkeit ist da, oder?

ok, ok, nicht mögen? Gut, dann eine andere Person/Gruppe, die die Musik wesentlich mit beeinflusst hat, bis heute:)

hier ein Teil des Textes, einfach mitlesen und Grandmaster Flash folgen, cool, oder?
Its like a jungle sometimes, it makes me wonder
How I keep from goin under

Broken glass everywhere
People pissing on the stairs, you know they just
Dont care
I cant take the smell, I cant take the noise
Got no money to move out, I guess I got no choice
Rats in the front room, roaches in the back
Junkies in the alley with a baseball bat
I tried to get away, but I couldnt get far
Cause the man with the tow-truck repossessed my car

Dont push me, cause Im close to the edge
Im trying not to loose my head
Its like a jungle sometimes, it makes me wonder
How I keep from going under

Standing on the front stoop, hangin out the window
Watching all the cars go by, roaring as the breezes
Blow
Crazy lady, livin in a bag
Eating out of garbage piles, used to be a fag-hag
Search and test a tango, skips the life and then go
To search a prince to see the last of senses
Down at the peepshow, watching all the creeps
So she can tell the stories to the girls back home
She went to the city and got so so so ditty
She had to get a pimp, she couldnt make it on her
Own

The song was written by Sugar Hill session musician Ed „Duke Bootee“ Fletcher and Furious Five MC Melle Mel. Flash and the other members of The Furious Five, although credited on the record, were uninterested in recording the song and are not found on the finished record. The song’s signature synthesizer riff has been sampled by popular rap artists such as Ice Cube and Diddy. The song’s chorus of „Don’t push me ‚cuz I’m close to the edge“ has become one of the most well known choruses in rap music history. Lyrics, such as „Broken glass everywhere“ and „Keep my hand on my gun cuz they got me on the run“, have also been used many times in hip hop songs by artists such as Talib Kweli and Snoop Dogg.

Wie, auch nix? Dann vielleicht halt eines der besten Musikvideos all-time? Das ganz nebenbei das Scratchen populär gemacht hat?


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Robert Basic

Robert Basic ist Namensgeber und Gründer von BASIC thinking und hat die Seite 2009 abgegeben. Von 2004 bis 2009 hat er über 12.000 Artikel hier veröffentlicht.

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