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Bryan Adams!

Thursday, October 9, 2008


Bryan Adams!


Одна из любимейших ( надеюсь, я - неодинока?) муз. композиций!




Artist : Michael Kamen.(1948-2003)
Movie: Don Juan Demarco (1995)
Songwriters: Bryan Adams, Michael Kamen, Robert JohnLange.

http://cs1630.vkontakte.ru/u7313793/audio/5f7f08dc3e.mp3



To really love a woman
To understand her - you gotta know her deep inside
Hear every thought - see every dream



N' give her wings - when she wants to fly
Then when you find yourself lyin' helpless in her arms
Ya know ya really love a woman ?



When you love a woman you tell her that she's really wanted
When you love a woman you tell her that she's the one



Cuz she needs somebody to tell hert
hat it's gonna last forever
So tell me have you ever really



- really really ever loved a woman?
To really love a womanLet her hold you - til ya know how she needs to be touched
You've gotta breathe her - really taste her



Til you can feel her in your blood
N' when you can see your unborn children in her eyes
Ya know ya really love a woman



When you love a woman you tell her that she's really wanted



When you love a woman you tell her that she's the one
Cuz she needs somebody to tell her that you'll always be together



So tell me have you ever really - really really ever loved a woman?
You got to give her some faith - hold her tight



A little tenderness - gotta treat her right
She will be there for you, takin' good care of you
Ya really gotta love your woman...



And when you find yourself liying helpless in her arms you know you really love a woman ?
When you love a woman you tell her that she's really wanted
When you love a woman you tell her that she's the one



Cuz she needs somebody to tell her that it's gonna last forever
So tell me have you ever really - really really ever loved a woman?
just tell me have you ever reall - really really ever loved a woman



ohh just tell me have you ever reall -
really really ever loved a woman?....


В помощь "оживляжа" бесподобной песни "призвала"
восхитительные полотна итальянского художника Pino - Pino Daeni.
( сейчас он живёт и творит в Америке).


Его полотна - Гимн Женщине!
Красочный, яркий, зачаровывающий буйством красок и характеров , непрерывный, победоносный Гимн Её Величеству - Женщине!


Pino's alter ego, a young boy surrounded by beautiful women, (his sisters, aunts and cousins), is found in various states of emotion ranging from adoration to isolation. Many of Pino’s characters are frequently depicted inhabiting sensuous boudoirs or dressing rooms, in anticipation of their husband or lovers.


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PINO — Born Giuseppe Dangelico in Bari on November 8, 1939, Pino began his studies at the city's Art Institute. In 1960, he entered Milan's Academy of Brera, where he perfected his talent and skill for painting nudes. In the two years he studied at the Academy, he came under the influence of the Pre-Raphaelites and Macchiaioli. Pino also experimented with Expressionism of the late sixties during his stay in Milan. From 1960 to 1979, his work appeared in several major exhibitions throughout Italy and Europe.

At the same time, he was commissioned by Italy's two largest publishers, Mondadori and Rizzoli, for book illustrations. However, Pino felt restricted in Milan. He wanted more artistic freedom, which he believed existed in the United States.

Pino emigrated to the United States in 1979 under the sponsorship of Borghi Gallery, where he held several show in New York and Massachusetts. In 1980, after knocking on many doors, Zebra Books Publishers commissioned him to do his first book cover. His interpretation was new, fresh and sensual, an illustration so successful that he gained entry into creative relationships with many leading publishers of Romance novels.

Pino's popularity grew within the literary community and he became the artist-in-demand for Zebra, Bantam, Simon, and Schuster, Harlequin, Penguin USA and Dell. To date, Pino has illustrated 3,000 books; his style has dominated and influenced the market.Although Pino devoted thirteen years to illustrating book covers, he never abandoned his desire to return to fine art.

In the United States he became fascinated with the works of Sorolla, Sargent Benson and William Merrit Chase. In 1992, he contacted one of the major galleries in Scottsdale, Arizona, the May Gallery, and sent it five paintings, which were well received. Since then, his paintings have appeared in Morris and Whiteside Gallery in Hilton Head and Stuart Johnson's Settlers West Gallery in Tucson.

Pino has been invited to make several appearances on major TV networks and has been interviewed in national and international journals. In addition, his ability to capture the movements and expressions of his subjects has brought him private commissions to do portraits.(c)

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