1. Veja mais músicas que são vividas ao serem cantadas em soacomomusica.blogspot.com/search/label/M%C3%BAsicas%20Vividas

    Clipe oficial da música True Colors da Cyndi Lauper. Ela realmente vive a música ao cantá-la. Suave e linda...

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  2. Here is the video for Niggas in Poorest by Yassin Bey F.K.A Mos Def. The video was directed by Yasiin Bey & Set Free, edited by Andre Cole and "produced by Yasiin Bey, Set Free and Andre Cole for Fellowship Mission".

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  3. Golden brown texture like sun
    Lays me down with my mind she runs
    Throughout the night
    No need to fight
    Never a frown with golden brown

    Every time just like the last
    On her ship tied to the mast
    To distant lands
    Takes both my hands
    Never a frown with golden brown

    Golden brown finer temptress
    Through the ages she's heading

    From far away
    Stays for a day
    Never a frown with golden brown

    Never a frown
    With golden brown
    Never a frown
    With golden brown

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  4. THE MATER...

    R. I. P.

    Lou Reed, a massively influential songwriter and guitarist who helped shape nearly fifty years of rock music, died today on Long Island. The cause of his death has not yet been released, but Reed underwent a liver transplant in May.

    Look back at Lou Reed's remarkable career in photos

    With the Velvet Underground in the late Sixties, Reed fused street-level urgency with elements of European avant-garde music, marrying beauty and noise, while bringing a whole new lyrical honesty to rock & roll poetry. As a restlessly inventive solo artist, from the Seventies into the 2010s, he was chameleonic, thorny and unpredictable, challenging his fans at every turn. Glam, punk and alternative rock are all unthinkable without his revelatory example. "One chord is fine," he once said, alluding to his bare-bones guitar style. "Two chords are pushing it. Three chords and you're into jazz."

    Lewis Allan "Lou" Reed was born in Brooklyn, in 1942. A fan of doo-wop and early rock & roll (he movingly inducted Dion into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1989), Reed also took formative inspiration during his studies at Syracuse University with the poet Delmore Schwartz. After college, he worked as a staff songwriter for the novelty label Pickwick Records (where he had a minor hit in 1964 with a dance-song parody called "The Ostrich"). In the mid-Sixties, Reed befriended Welsh musician John Cale, a classically trained violist who had performed with groundbreaking minimalist composer La Monte Young. Reed and Cale formed a band called the Primitives, then changed their name to the Warlocks. After meeting guitarist Sterling Morrison and drummer Maureen Tucker, they became the Velvet Underground. With a stark sound and ominous look, the band caught the attention of Andy Warhol, who incorporated the Velvets into his Exploding Plastic Inevitable. "Andy would show his movies on us," Reed said. "We wore black so you could see the movie. But we were all wearing black anyway."

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