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詩的實踐:論搖滾的語言

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  • 1. 詩的實踐論搖滾的語言主講人:馬世芳
  • 2. 故事情節
  • 3. 物與情
  • 4. Johnny Cash (1932-2003)
  • 5. 1951
  • 6. Folsom Prison, California
  • 7. 1956
  • 8. Folsom Prison BluesI hear the train a cominIts rolling round the bendAnd I aint seen the sunshine since I dont know when,Im stuck in Folsom prison, and time keeps draggin onBut that train keeps a rollin on down to San AntoneWhen I was just a baby my mama told me. Son,Always be a good boy, dont ever play with guns.But I shot a man in Reno just to watch him dieWhen I hear that whistle blowing, I hang my head and cryI bet theres rich folks eating in a fancy dining carTheyre probably drinkin coffee and smoking big cigars.Well I know I had it coming, I know I cant be freeBut those people keep a movinAnd thats what tortures me...Well if they freed me from this prison,If that railroad train was mineI bet Id move it on a little farther down the lineFar from Folsom prison, thats where I want to stayAnd Id let that lonesome whistle blow my blues away
  • 9. Johnny Cash in Folsom Prison, 1968
  • 10. 1968
  • 11. Folsom Prison BluesI hear the train a cominIts rolling round the bendAnd I aint seen the sunshine since I dont know when,Im stuck in Folsom prison, and time keeps draggin onBut that train keeps a rollin on down to San AntoneWhen I was just a baby my mama told me. Son,Always be a good boy, dont ever play with guns.But I shot a man in Reno just to watch him dieWhen I hear that whistle blowing, I hang my head and cryI bet theres rich folks eating in a fancy dining carTheyre probably drinkin coffee and smoking big cigars.Well I know I had it coming, I know I cant be freeBut those people keep a movinAnd thats what tortures me...Well if they freed me from this prison,If that railroad train was mineI bet Id move it on a little farther down the lineFar from Folsom prison, thats where I want to stayAnd Id let that lonesome whistle blow my blues away
  • 12. 人物對白
  • 13. 節奏韻律
  • 14. Simon and Garfunkl
  • 15. 1968
  • 16. America"Let us be loverswell marry our fortunes together.""Ive got some real estatehere in my bag."So we bought a pack of cigarettesand Mrs. Wagner piesAnd we walked off to look for America
  • 17. Mrs. Wagner’s Pie pan
  • 18. "Kathy,"I said as we boarded a Greyhound in Pittsburgh"Michigan seems like a dream to me now"It took me four days to hitchhike from SaginawIve gone to look for America
  • 19. A Greyhound Bus, late 1960’s
  • 20. Laughing on the busPlaying games with the facesShe said the man in the gabardine suit was a spyI said "Be careful his bowtie is really a camera""Toss me a cigarette,I think theres one in my raincoat""We smoked the last one an hour ago"So I looked at the scenery, she read her magazineAnd the moon rose over an open field
  • 21. "Kathy, Im lost," I said,though I knew she was sleepingIm empty and aching and I dont know whyCounting the cars on the New Jersey TurnpikeTheyve all gone to look for AmericaAll gone to look for AmericaAll gone to look for America
  • 22. New Jersey Turnpike
  • 23. America"Let us be lovers "Kathy, Im lost," I said,well marry our fortunes together." though I knew she was sleeping"Ive got some real estate Im empty and aching and I dont know whyhere in my bag." Counting the cars on the New Jersey TurnpikeSo we bought a pack of cigarettes Theyve all gone to look for Americaand Mrs. Wagner pies All gone to look for AmericaAnd we walked off to look for America All gone to look for America"Kathy,"I said as we boarded a Greyhound in Pittsburgh"Michigan seems like a dream to me now"It took me four days to hitchhike from SaginawIve gone to look for AmericaLaughing on the busPlaying games with the facesShe said the man in the gabardine suit was a spyI said "Be careful his bowtie is really a camera""Toss me a cigarette,I think theres one in my raincoat""We smoked the last one an hour ago"So I looked at the scenery, she read her magazineAnd the moon rose over an open field
  • 24. 大歷史大題目
  • 25. 視角
  • 26. The Band, 1968
  • 27. 1969
  • 28. American Civil War, 1861-1865
  • 29. The Night They Drove Old Dixie DownVirgil Caine is the name, and I served on the Danville trainTill Stonemans cavalry came and tore up the tracks again.In the winter of 65; we were hungry, just barely alive.By May the tenth, Richmond had fell.It’s a time I remember oh so well.The night they drove old Dixie down,And all the bells were ringing.The night they drove old Dixie down,And all the people were singing, they wentNa, na na na na na...
  • 30. General George Stoneman (1822-1894)
  • 31. The Siege of Petersburg, 1865
  • 32. Back with my wife in Tennessee, one day she called to me,"Virgil, quick, come see! There goes Robert E. Lee."Now, I dont mind chopping wood,and I dont care if the moneys no good.You take what you need and leave the rest.But they should never have taken the very best!The night they drove old Dixie down,And all the bells were ringing.The night they drove old Dixie down,And all the people were singing, they wentNa, na na na na na...
  • 33. General Robert Edward Lee (1807-1870)
  • 34. Like my father before me, Im a working man.And like my brother above me, I took a rebel stand.He was just 18, proud and brave,but a Yankee laid him in his grave.I swear by the blood below my feet,You cant raise the cane back up when hes in defeat.The night they drove old Dixie down,And all the bells were ringing.The night they drove old Dixie down,And all the people were singing, they wentNa, na na na na na...
  • 35. 陣亡的南軍士兵,Petersburg,1865
  • 36. 1978
  • 37. The Night They Drove Old Dixie DownVirgil Caine is the name, and I served on the Danville trainTill Stonemans cavalry came and tore up the tracks again.In the winter of 65; we were hungry, just barely alive.By May the tenth, Richmond had fell.It’s a time I remember oh so well.The night they drove old Dixie down,And all the bells were ringing.The night they drove old Dixie down,And all the people were singing, they wentNa, na na na na na...Back with my wife in Tennessee, one day she called to me,"Virgil, quick, come see! There goes the Robert E. Lee."Now, I dont mind chopping wood,and I dont care if the moneys no good.You take what you need and leave the rest.But they should never have taken the very best!Like my father before me, Im a working man.And like my brother above me, I took a rebel stand.He was just 18, proud and brave,but a Yankee laid him in his grave.I swear by the blood below my feet,You cant raise the cane back up when hes in defeat.
  • 38. 格物
  • 39. Suzanne Vega (1959- )
  • 40. 1985
  • 41. 1985
  • 42. Small Blue Thing I am thrown against the skyToday I am I am raining down in piecesA small blue thing I am scattering like lightLike a marble Scattering like lightOr an eye Scattering like lightWith my knees against my mouth Today I amI am perfectly round I am watching you A small blue thingI am cold against your skin Made of chinaYou are perfectly reflected Made of glassI am lost inside your pocket I am cool and smooth and curiousI am lost against I never blink I am turning in your handYour fingers I am falling down the stairs Turning in your handI am skipping on the sidewalk Small blue thing
  • 43. 2007
  • 44. 兩支牙刷害怕鬧鐘的聲音 咖啡一樣沒味道討厭大清早的鏡子 電梯一樣要等很久頭髮總是太難看 空調一樣太強今天卻有點不尋常 但我心很溫暖杯子裡的兩支牙刷把笑容掛在我臉上 常常留意著手機 期待著新的短訊不忍心把你叫醒 這一次 或許會不一樣小心翼翼穿好衣服 這一次 應該會不一樣我把唇印在字條上 May be this time「對不起,趕著上班, 真的不一樣這是我的手機號碼……Looking forward to that coffee」車廂一樣很擁擠乘客一樣沒表情這城市一樣匆忙我忽然看到玻璃倒影的笑容原來是我自己嘻…有點不習慣
  • 45. 人情世故
  • 46. 詞曲咬合
  • 47. 李宗盛 (1958- )
  • 48. 2007
  • 49. 我是一隻小小鳥詞曲、演唱:李宗盛有時候我覺得自己像一隻小小鳥想要飛卻怎麼樣也飛不高也許有一天我棲上了枝頭卻成為獵人的目標我飛上了青天才發現自己從此無依無靠每次到了夜深人靜的時候我總是睡不著我懷疑是不是只有我的明天沒有變得更好未來會怎樣究竟有誰會知道幸福是否只是一種傳說 我永遠都找不到
  • 50. 我是一隻小小小小鳥想要飛呀飛 卻飛也飛不高我尋尋覓覓 尋尋覓覓一個溫暖的懷抱這樣的要求算不算太高所有知道我的名字的人啊你們好不好世界是如此的小 我們註定無處可逃當我嚐盡人情冷暖當你決定為了你的理想燃燒生活的壓力與生命的尊嚴 那一個重要我是一隻小小小小鳥想要飛呀飛 卻飛也飛不高我是一隻小小小小鳥想要飛呀飛 卻飛也飛不高
  • 51. 舉重若輕
  • 52. 以簡馭繁
  • 53. 詞曲咬合
  • 54. 1983
  • 55. 現象七十二變詞曲、演唱:羅大佑黃花崗有七十二個烈士孔老夫子有七十二個弟子孫悟空的魔法七十二變我們又等到民國七十二年歲歲年年風水都在改變有多少滄海一夜變成桑田在這個五千年的悠久歷史裏面成功與失敗多少都有一點清清楚楚寫在你的臉上你是個道道地地的聰明人慌慌張張邁開你的腳步你是個匆匆忙忙的現代人有人默默耕耘默默從事有人在過著他的太平日子有人在大白天裏彼此明爭暗鬥有人在黑夜之中槍殺歌手
  • 56. 隨著都市現代化的程度每個人多少追求一點進步是個什麼樣的心理因素每年要吃掉一條高速公路在西門町的天橋上面閒逛有多少文明人在人行道上就像我看到文明車輛橫衝直撞我不懂大家心中作何感想一年過了又是新的一年每一年現代都在傳統邊緣在每個新的一年三百六十五天我們都每天進步一點點眼看著高樓蓋得越來越高我們的人情味卻越來越薄朋友之間越來越有禮貌只因為大家見面越來越少蘋果價錢賣得沒以前高或許現在味道變得不好就像彩色的電視變得更加花哨能辨別黑白的人越來越少
  • 57. 一年過了又是新的一年每一年都曾經是新的一年在每個新的一年三百六十五天我們都每天進步一點點現實生活不能等待奇跡這是個非常簡單的道理如果只要生存非常容易只要你對人保持一點距離但是生活不能像在演戲你戴著面具如何面對自己或許你將會真的發現一些奇跡只要你拋開一些面子問題或許你將會發現人生還算美麗只要你拋開一些面子問題
  • 58. 1985
  • 59. 現象(1984.12.31 中華體育館歲末演唱會)詞曲:羅大佑清清楚楚寫在你的臉上你是個道道地地的聰明人慌慌張張邁開你的腳步你是個匆匆忙忙的現代人歲歲年年風水都在改變改變了你的悲哀你的笑臉在這個五千年的悠久歷史裡面成功與失敗多少都有一點有人在慢慢拋開一些回憶有人在慢慢接近一點真理有人在愛麗絲的仙境閒逛有人學國王穿著新衣裳有人默默耕耘默默從事有人在過著他的太平日子有人在大白天裡彼此明爭暗鬥有人在黑夜之中槍殺歌手
  • 60. 一年過了又是新的一年每一年現在都在傳統邊緣在每個新的一年三百六十五天我們都每天進步一點點眼看著高樓蓋得愈來愈高我們的人情味卻愈來愈薄朋友之間愈來愈有禮貌只因為大家見面愈來愈少蘋果價錢賣得沒以前高或許現在味道變得不好就像彩色電視變得更加花俏能辨別黑白的人愈來愈少道貌岸然掛在你的臉上滿臉是裝腔作勢一表仁慈倚老賣老告訴大家你是可敬的忠貞不二愛國份子嘴裏說的永遠都是一套做的事天地良心自己知道如果你真的認為自己不可一世為何不回家好好照照鏡子
  • 61. 一年過了又是新的一年每一年現代都在傳統邊緣在每個新的一年三百六十五天我們都每天進步一點點現實生活不能等待奇蹟這是個非常簡單的道理如果只要生存非常容易只要你對人保持一點距離但是生活不能像在演戲你戴著面具如何面對自己或許你將會發現一些奇蹟只要你拋開一些面子問題或許你將會發現一些奇蹟只要你拋開一些面子問題
  • 62. 現象(1983.12.31 中華體育館歲末演唱會)七十二年說了一聲 Bye-Bye我們的眼淚跟著掉了下來我們再也不會覺得多麼奇怪我們的生命過的多麼精彩有人在慢慢學習一些回憶有人在慢慢接近一點真理有人在愛麗絲的仙境閒逛有人學國王穿著新衣裳有人默默耕耘默默從事有人在過著他的太平日子有人在大白天裡彼此明爭暗鬥有人在黑夜之中槍殺歌手有人在大白天裡彼此明爭暗鬥有人在黑夜之中借酒澆愁
  • 63. 【謝謝收聽】 honeypie.org music543.com 音樂五四三FM98.1 週六 22:00