Krokodil: Your Still A Part Of Me | Song-Factsheet

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Song «Your Still A Part Of Me» von Krokodil.

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Veröffentlichungsdaten: 1969 (Album), 1969 (Single)
Label: Liberty LBS 83 306, Liberty 15270
Songwriter Walti Anselmo
Produktion: Siegfried E. Loch
Genre: Rock - Bluesrock - Psychedelicbluesrock

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Der Track beginnt mit einem Ragarock-Intro. Die Sitar gehörte seit dem fulminanten Auftritt von Ravi Shankar in Monterey zum Instrumentarium guter Rock-Gitarristen. Zu zeigen, dass man darauf etwas Sinnvolles spielen kann, war Ehrensche, auch für Walty Anselmo. Das Intro hat diese drohnenhafte Qualität: es ist eine freilich kurze Meditation auf dem Grundton des Stücks, Nach 45 Sekunden setzen dann erste Blues-Phrasen und nach 1:25 das mächtige und den Rest des Tracks dominierende Riff ein. Der Übergang ist musikalisch ausgearbeitet und demonstriert wie gut Raga und Blues, zwei transversal verschiedene Musikgenres, miteinander harmonieren können.

Personen und Querverweise


Krokodil
Walti Anselmo
Siegfried E. Loch

Lyrics

Oui, baby, it's a dirty shame You let me stand freezing in the drizzling rain You sure still remember all the things that we talked I can see your fireplace through the gate that's now locked Oh, come on and see, you're still a part of me Come on and see, you're still a part of me Oh yes you are You can run on down the highway, you know it ain't no good You can hide where you want babe, you can hide beneath the hood There ain't no use in crying, 'cause your eyes go blind In this whole round world there is no place I can find, alright now Come on and see, you're still a part of me, oh Come on and see, you're still a part of me Oh yeah you are, really now Oui, baby, it's a dirty shame You let me stand freezing in the drizzling rain You sure still remember all the things that we talked, oh yeah you do I can see your fireplace through the gate that's locked Alright, come on and see, you're still a part of me You really are, babe, stayin' Come on and see, you're really a part of me Oh yes, oh yeah, uh-huh Come on babe now, please, please open up that gate You know I wanna see you sometimes I just wanna see you sometimes It's a good feeling to see you sometimes, ya know Uh-huh, yeah Alright now Oh yeah, mm yeah I see you, I see you now Uh-huh, uh-huh, uh-huh, uh-huh Oh yeah, ah...