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Belle Starr


Belle Starr, Belle Starr, tell me where you have gone
Since old Oklahoma's sandhills you did roam?
Is it Heaven's wide streets that you're tying your reins
Or singlefooting somewhere below?

Eight lovers they say combed your waving black hair
Eight men knew the feel of your dark velvet waist
Eight men heard the sounds of your tan leather skirt
Eight men heard the bark of the guns that you wore.

Cole Younger was your first and the father of your girl
And the name that you picked for your daughter was Pearl
Cole robbed a bank and he drawed the life line
But I heard he was pardoned after Twenty Years time.

Your Cherokee lover, Blue Duck was his name
He loved you in the sand hills before your great fame
I heard he stopped a bullet in Eighteen Eighty Five
And your Blue Duck's no longer alive.

You took Jim Reed to your warm wedding bed
And from out of your love was born the boy, Ed
A pal killed Jim Reed by the dark of the moon
And your son Ed was blowed down in a drunken saloon.

Then there was Bob Younger you loved him well
He rode with the James boys out down the long trail
They caught him in Minnesota along with the gang
He died down in jail in the cell or the chain.

You loved Mister William Clarke Quantrill
And his Civil War guerrillas in the Missouri hills
He hit Lawrence Kansas and fought them still
And when he rode out Two Hundred lay killed.

They say could have, they whisper you might
Have loved Frank James on a couple of nights
He fought the Midland Railroad almost to death
Then in Nineteen Fifteen Frank drawed his last breath.

They say it could be, they say maybe so,
That you loved Jesse James that desperado,
Jesse got married, had a wife and a son,
Was shot down at home by the Ford brothers guns.

Belle Starr, Belle Starr, your time's getting late,
But how is Jim Younger, did you hear his fate?
He was jailed and then pardoned for all he had done,
And he blowed his own brains out in Nineteen and One.

Eight men they say combed that black waving hair
Eight men knew the feel of your dark velvet waist
Eight men heard the sounds of your tan leather skirt
Eight men heard the bark of the guns that you wore.

Belle Starr, Belle Starr, tell me where have you gone
Since old Oklahoma's sand hills you did roam?
Is it Heaven's wide streets that you're tying your reins
Or singlefooting somewhere below?






 
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HOY DESTACAMOS
«50 años de canciones y setenta de vida»

por María Gracia Correa el 13/12/2023

A lo largo de 2023, bajo el lema: Joan Isaac. 50 anys de cançons 70 anys de vida, se han sucedido múltiples actos en conmemoración de este evento. Comenzó el año con la publicación de un nuevo disco: Tinc una casa al mar, que fue presentado en concierto la pasada primavera en el marco del festival de canción Barnasants. Otro de los acontecimientos más destacables ha sido la edición de un libro titulado Joan Isaac. 101 cançons, que recoge una selección de cien textos del autor, a los que se suma uno que ha dejado de ser una canción para convertirse en himno: A Margalida.  Como culminación de este año de distinciones, el artista ha ofrecido un recital antológico en el Palau de la Música Catalana, acompañado por Paco Ibáñez, Maria del Mar Bonet y Joan Manuel Serrat, junto a artistas de otras generaciones.

HOY EN PORTADA
Balace anual

el 31/12/2023

Regresamos con nuestra cita anual de nuestros 15 discos imprescindibles, esa lista que no es ni pretende ser una lista de los mejores, sino de aquellos que creemos que son representativos del año que nos acaba de dejar y que consideramos que es una buena herramienta para los amantes de la canción de autor.

 



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