Television - Marquee Moon

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Television - Marquee Moon
Television - Marquee Moon 1977 Marquee Moon Synopsis: Somewhere the line was inscribed in asphalt between punk and jam bands, and Television crossed it valiantly. At the forefront of this is their track Marquee Moon from the album of the same name. With the twin attack of Tom Verlaine and Richard Lloyd on guitar comes a rhythmical assault of punk that all gets turned on its head at the epic climax of this song. In concert, the band has sometimes extended the song to as long as fifteen minutes. Lyrics: I remember how the darkness doubled I recall lightning struck itself. I was listening listening to the rain I was hearing hearing something else. Life in the hive puckered up my night, the kiss of death, the embrace of life. There I stand neath the Marquee Moon Just waiting, Hesitating... I ain't waiting I spoke to a man down at the tracks. I asked him how he don't go mad. He said "Look here junior, don't you be so happy. And for Heaven's sake, don't you be so sad." Well a Cadillac it pulled out of the graveyard. Pulled up to me all they said get in. Then the Cadillac it puttered back into the graveyard. And me, I got out again.
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Video Enviado por anonimo el 26/04/2015 03:24 AM

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