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一鏡到底的公路電影:搖滾血統論之鄉草篇
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一鏡到底的公路電影:搖滾血統論之鄉草篇

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  • 1. “Americana”
  • 2. The Appalachian Mountains
  • 3. The Appalachian Region
  • 4. Birthplaces of Key Country Artists
  • 5. Appalachian Mountain People, Early 20th Cntury
  • 6. A “Honky Tonk” Roadhouse
  • 7. Fiddle
  • 8. Banjo
  • 9. Lap Steel Guitar
  • 10. Pedal Steel Guitar
  • 11. More Pedal Steel Guitars
  • 12. Mandolin
  • 13. Autoharp
  • 14. The Original Carter Family
  • 15. Mother Maybelle’s Guitar
  • 16. Wildwood Flower (1935) Oh, I'll twine with my mingles and waving black hair With the roses so red and the lilies so fair And the myrtles so bright with emerald dew The pale and the leader and eyes look like blue. Oh, I'll dance, I will sing and my laugh shall be gay I will charm ev'ry heart, in his crown I will sway When I woke from my dreaming, idols were clay All portions of love then had all flown away. Oh, he taught me to love him and promised to love And to cherish me over all others above How my heart now is wond'ring misery can tell He's left me no warning, no words of farewell. Oh, he taught me to love him and called me his flow'r That was blooming to cheer him through life's dreary hour Oh, I'm longing to see him through life's dark hour He's gone and neglected this pale wildwood flower.
  • 17. 1972
  • 18. Jimmie Rodgers (1897-1933)
  • 19. T For Texas (1927) T for Texas, T for Tennesee [Yodel]: T for Texas, T for Tennessee T for Thelma I'm gonna buy me a shotgun That gal made a wreck out of me. With a great long shiny barrel I'm gonna buy me a shotgun [Yodel]: O-de-lay-ee-a-lay-ee-o-ly-ee With a great long shiny barrel I'm gonna shoot that rounder If you don't want me mama That stole my gal. You sure don't have to stall If you don't want me mama [Yodel]: You sure don't have to stall 'Cause I can get more women Rather drink muddy water Than a passenger train can haul. Sleep in a hollow log Rather drink muddy water [Yodel]: And sleep in a hollow log Than to be in Atlanta I'm gonna buy me a pistol Treated like a dirty dog. Just as long as I'm tall, Lawd, Lawd I'm gonna buy me a pistol Just as long as I'm tall I'm gonna shoot poor Thelma Just to see her jump and fall.
  • 20. 1998
  • 21. My Morphine I looked around and been up and down eye dee oh lay ee tee I never wasted time on two or three eye dee leeldle odle ee odle ee tee There's only one girl for me eye dee odle ee tee lee tee There was a time she used to treat me fine deedle odle lee tee But lately she's been acting awful stoned My Morphine be the death of me Makes a man weep alone Morphine, Morphine, what made you so mean? eye dee oh lay ee tee You never used to do me like you do eye dee leeldle odle ay oo ee tee Where's that sweet gal i knew? eye dee oh lee tee lee tee eye dee oh lee tee deedle ohdle lee tee eye dee leedle odle ay odle ay tee My Morphine be the death of me eye dee oh lay tee lee tee You should have seen me and my Morphine deedle odle lee tee When we used to go dancing in the war My Morphine be the death of me Spin me right off the floor My Morphine
  • 22. Hank Williams (1923-1953)
  • 23. I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry (1949) Hear that lonesome whippoorwill, He sounds too blue to fly. The midnight train is whining low, I'm so lonesome I could cry. I've never seen a night so long When time goes crawling by. The moon just went behind a cloud To hide its face and cry. Did you ever see a robin weep, When leaves began to die? That means he's lost the will to live, I'm so lonesome I could cry. The silence of a falling star Lights up a purple sky. And as I wonder where you are I'm so lonesome I could cry.
  • 24. 1988
  • 25. Lost Highway (1949) I'm a rolling stone, all alone and lost, For a life of sin, I have paid the cost. When I pass by, all the people say Just another guy on the lost highway. Just a deck of cards and a jug of wine And a woman's lies make a life like mine. Oh, the day we met, I went astray, I started rollin' down that lost highway. I was just a lad, nearly twenty-two, Neither good nor bad, just a kid like you, And now I'm lost, too late to pray, Lord, I've paid the cost on the lost highway. Now, boys, don't start your ramblin' round, On this road of sin or you're sorrow bound. Take my advice or you'll curse the day You started rollin' down that lost highway.
  • 26. Hank Williams Memorial “Lost Highway”
  • 27. Pasty Cline (1932-1963)
  • 28. Crazy (1962) Crazy, I'm crazy for feeling so lonely I'm crazy, crazy for feeling so blue I knew you'd love me as long as you wanted And then someday you'd leave me for somebody new Worry, why do I let myself worry? Wond'ring what in the world did I do? Crazy for thinking that my love could hold you I'm crazy for trying and crazy for crying And I'm crazy for loving you Crazy for thinking that my love could hold you I'm crazy for trying and crazy for crying And I'm crazy for loving you.
  • 29. 1960
  • 30. The Christian Life My buddies tell me that I should've waited They say, quot;I'm missing a whole world of funquot; But I still love them and I sing with pride I like the Christian life I won't lose a friend by heeding God's call For what is a friend who'd want you to fall Others find pleasure in things I despise I like the Christian life My buddies shun me since I've turned to Jesus They say, quot;I'm missing a whole world of funquot; I live without them and walk in the light I like the Christian life I won't lose a friend by heeding God's call For what is a friend who'd want you to fall Others find pleasure in things I despise I like the Christian life I like the Christian life
  • 31. Grand Ole Opry (Since 1925)
  • 32. Gram Parsons (1946-1973)
  • 33. 1968
  • 34. 1969
  • 35. Keith Richards and Gram Parsons
  • 36. 1972
  • 37. Sweet Virginia Wading through the waste stormy winter And there’s not a friend to help you through Trying to stop the waves behind your eyeballs Drop your reds drop your greens and blues Thank you for your wine, California Thank you for your sweet and bitter fruits Yes, I’ve got the desert in my toenail And hid the speed inside my shoe But come on come on down sweet virginia Come on honey child I beg of you Come on come on down you got it in you Got to scrape that shit right off your shoes
  • 38. Emmylou Harris and Gram Parsons
  • 39. Love Hurts Love hurts, Love is like a stove, love scars, burns you when it's hot. love wounds Love hurts and mars. Oooh oooh love hurts Any heart not tough Some fools think of happiness, or strong enough blissfullness, to take a lot of pain, togetherness, take a lot of pain. Some fools fool themselves I guess, Love is like a cloud, but they're not fooling me. holds a lot of rain. I know it isn't true, know it isn't true. Love hurts Love is just a lie Oooh oooh love hurts made to make you blue. I'm young, Love hurts I know Oooh oooh love hurts but even so, I know a thing or two, I've learned from you. I've really learned a lot really learned a lot.
  • 40. Emmylou Harris (1947- )
  • 41. Dolly Parton (1946- )
  • 42. Coat of Many Colors Back through the years My coat of many colors I go wonderin’ once again That my momma made for me Back to the seasons of my youth Made only from rags I recall a box of rags that someone gave us But I wore it so proudly And how my momma put the rags to use Although we had no money There were rags of many colors I was rich as I could be Every piece was small In my coat of many colors And I didn’t have a coat My momma made for me And it was way down in the fall Momma sewed the rags together So with patches on my britches Sewin’ every piece with love Holes in both my shoes She made my coat of many colors In my coat of many colors That I was so proud of I hurried off to school Just to find the others laughing As she sewed, she told a story And making fun of me From the bible, she had read In my coat of many colors About a coat of many colors My momma made for me Joseph wore and then she said Perhaps this coat will bring you Good luck and happiness And I just couldn’t wait to wear it And momma blessed it with a kiss
  • 43. And oh I couldn’t understand it For I felt I was rich And I told them of the love My momma sewed in every stitch And I told em all the story Momma told me while she sewed And how my coat of many colors Was worth more than all their clothes But they didn’t understand it And I tried to make them see That one is only poor Only if they choose to be Now I know we had no money But I was rich as I could be In my coat of many colors My momma made for me Made just for me
  • 44. Loretta Lynn (1934- )
  • 45. Jack White with Loretta Lynn
  • 46. Portland Oregon Well Portland Oregon and sloe gin fizz If that ain't love then tell me what is Well I lost my heart it didn't take no time But that ain't all. I lost my mind in Oregon In a booth in the corner with the lights down low I was movin' in fast she was takin' it slow Well I looked at him and caught him lookin' at me I knew right then we were playin' free in Oregon Next day we knew last night got drunk But we loved enough for the both of us In the morning when the night had sobered up It was much too late for the both of us in Oregon Well sloe gin fizz works might fast When you drink it by the pitcher and not by the glass Hey bartender before you close Pour us one more drink and a pitcher to go And a pitcher to go
  • 47. Johnny Cash (1932 - 2003)
  • 48. 1968
  • 49. Cocaine Blues (1968) Early one mornin' while makin' the rounds I took a shot of cocaine and I shot my woman down I went right home and I went to bed I stuck that lovin' 44 beneath my head Got up next mornin' and I grabbed that gun took a shot of cocaine and away I run Made a good run but I run too slow they overtook me down in Juarez, Mexico Late in the hot joints takin' the pills in walked the sheriff from Jericho Hill He said Willy Lee your name is not Jack Brown You're the dirty hack that shot your woman down Said yes oh yes my name is Willy Lee if you've got the warrant just aread it to me Shot her down because she made me slow I thought I was her daddy but she had five more When I was arrested I was dressed in black They put me on a train and they took me back Had no friend for to go my bail they slapped my dried up carcass in that country jail
  • 50. Early next mornin' bout a half past nine I spied the sheriff coming down the line Talked and he coughed as he cleared his throat He said come on you dirty heck into that district court Into the courtroom my trial began where I was handled by twelve honest men Just before the jury started out I saw the little judge commence to look about In about five minutes in walked the man holding the verdict in his right hand The verdict read in the first degree I hollered Lordy Lordy have a mercy on me The judge he smiled as he picked up his pin 99 years in the Folsom pen 99 years underneath that ground I can't forget the day I shot that bad bitch down Come on you've gotta listen unto me lay off that whiskey and let that cocaine be
  • 51. 2000
  • 52. Man of Constant Sorrow (In constant sorrow through his days) [chorus] Perhaps he'll die upon this train. I am a man of constant sorrow You can bury me in some deep valley I've seen trouble all my day. For many years where I may lay I bid farewell to old Kentucky Then you may learn to love another The place where I was born and raised. While I am sleeping in my grave. (The place where he was born and raised) [chorus] While he is sleeping in his grave. For six long years I've been in trouble No pleasures here on earth I found Maybe your friends think I'm just a stranger For in this world I'm bound to ramble My face you'll never see no more. I have no friends to help me now. But there is one promise that is given I'll meet you on God's golden shore. [chorus] He has no friends to help him now [chorus] He'll meet you on God's golden shore. It's fare thee well my old lover I never expect to see you again For I'm bound to ride that northern railroad Perhaps I'll die upon this train.
  • 53. 2000
  • 54. Green Pastures Troubles and trials often betray those On in the weary body to stray But we shall walk beside the still waters With the Good Shepherd leading The Way Those who have strayed were sought by The Master He who once gave His life for the sheep Out on the mountain still He is searching Bringing them in forever to keep Going up home to live in green pastures Where we shall live and die never more Even The Lord will be in that number When we shall reach that Heavenly Shore We will not heed the voice of the stranger For he would lead us to despair Following on with Jesus our savior We shall all reach that country so fair Going up home to live in green pastures Where we shall live and die never more Even The Lord will be in that number When we shall reach that Heavenly Shore
  • 55. Lucinda Williams (1953- )
  • 56. A Song For You Oh my land is like a wild goose I loved you every day and now I'm leaving Wanders all around everywhere And I can see the sorrow in your eyes Trembles and it shakes till every tree is loose I hope you know a lot more than you're believing It rolls the meadows and it rolls the nails Just so the sun don't hurt ou when you cry So take me down to your dance floor So take me down to your dance floor And I wont mind the people when they stare And I wont mind the people when they stare Paint a different color on your front door Paint a different color on your front door And tomorrow we will still be there And tomorrow we will still be there And tomorrow we will still be there Jesus built a ship to sing a song to It sails the rivers and it sails the tide Some of my friends don't know who they belong to Some can't get a single thing to work inside So take me down to your dance floor And I wont mind the people when they stare Paint a different color on your front door And tomorrow we will still be there
  • 57. 五四三 六