[Queres é (a) Letra!] Especial Exclusivo - Mahogany - a house in iceland - of human evils and divine contemplations

Tal como o título indica,  of human evils and divine contemplations , este quinto tema de  a house in iceland vem para nos lembrar de u...

Tal como o título indica, of human evils and divine contemplations, este quinto tema de a house in iceland vem para nos lembrar de um passado não tão longíquo, mas que continua actual e pertinente. A construção deste tema tem a mestria de conjugar diálogos de forma a torná-los síncronos e cheios de sentido, mesmo que talvez tenham vindo de contextos completamente diferentes. E após esse primeiro confronto, em que viajamos através das vozes de Kennedy, Lenon, Dalai Lama, Bush, Churchill e Ayn Rand, temos direito a um solo de guitarra que é uma espécie de catarse, levando-nos por acordes intensos que, de repente, terminam, para recebermos a última sample, um excerto de Martin Luther King que é um ode à luta. Mahogany tem sido simplesmente genial ao longo de todo este disco e esta música não é excepção, pelo contrário, é confirmação de um grande talento, raro nos dias de hoje. 

Robert F. KennedyMartin Luther King was shot and was killed tonight in Memphis…

John Lennon We collapsed (…) supposedly lead us, you know? But what is leading us when we went ‘round in circles (…) why won’t anybody notice me

Dalai LamaI'm nothing special - same human being - but a person who is aged now and also lost his freedom. But life such as ours is a difficult life… it is possible to find a peace of mind.

George W. BushWe’ve seen the unfurling of flags, the lighting of candles, the giving of blood, the saying of prayers in English, Hebrew and Arabic.

John Lennon Don’t take it away from us, no, don’t take Rome from us. Not our portable Rome, where we all have our houses, our cars, and our lovers, and our wives, and office girls, and parties, and drinks, and drugs…

Martin Luther KingI have a dream today.

Winston Churchill Until in God’s good time the New World, with all it’s power and might, steps forth to the rescue and the liberation of the Old.

Ayn Rand Reality exist as an objective absolute.

Winston ChurchillWe shall never surrender.

Ayn RandMan’s mind, reason, is his means of perceiving it.

Winston Churchill and to outlive the menace of tyranny (…)

Ayn Randand to live as a human being (…)

Winston Churchull we’ll defend to the death (…)

Ayn Rand – (…) he has to hold reason as an absolute.

Winston ChurchillI have nothing to offer but blood, toil, tears, and sweat.

Martin Luther King -  They have come to realize that their freedom is inextricably bound to our freedom. We must make the pledge that we shall always march ahead. We cannot turn back.

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