sábado, octubre 10, 2009

miércoles, octubre 07, 2009

My last camping


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INTERVIEW
You must be patient with slow thinkers
Interviewer: ''Excuse me, Mrs. Camel, when was the last time you drink a glass of water?''.
Mrs. Camel: ''...Uhmmm, uhmmm, let me think...let me think...uhmmm, uhmmm''.
Interviewer: ''Mrs. Camel, please... Could please stop chewing gum and give us an answer.''
Mrs. Camel: ''...Uhmmm, uhmmm, let me think...let me think...uhmmm, uhmmm''.
Interviewer: ''Excuse me, Mrs. Camel, as you already must know we are on TV right now, and the minute is very expensive. One minute costs around $3,000.oo dollars.

Mrs. Camel: ''I know. Well, how many minutes do we have so far?''
Interviewer: ''About 10 minutes, for God, could you be so kind to answer our question?''

Mrs. Camel: ''In that case you owe me $30,000.oo dollars. See you later...!''
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lunes, octubre 05, 2009

Galleries / Coconut carving


Music / The Beatles / In German

The Beatles Songs in German
http://german.about.com/library/blmus_beatles.htm

The Beatles and Camillo FelgenOn 29 January 1964 in a Paris recording studio, the Beatles recorded two of their hit songs in German. The instrumental music tracks were the original ones used for the English recordings, but the German lyrics had been hurriedly written by a Luxembourger named Camillo Felgen (Camille Jean Nicolas Felgen, 1920-2005).
Camillo Felgen often told the story of how EMI's German producer, Otto Demler, had desperately flown Felgen to Paris and the Hotel George V, where the Beatles were staying. The Beatles, in Paris for a concert tour, had reluctantly agreed to make two German recordings, and Felgen, who was then a program director at Radio Luxembourg (now RTL), had less than 24 hours to finalize the German lyrics and coach the Beatles (phonetically) in German. The recordings they made at the Pathé Marconi Studios in Paris on that winter day in 1964 turned out to be the only songs the Beatles ever recorded in German. (But see the note about “Geh raus” below.) It was also the only time they ever recorded songs outside of London.

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