Klezmokum - Where We Come From... Where We're Going album download
|3||Azreni El Chai||9:54|
|4||Di Veisse Shtivle||8:07|
|7||Vander Ich Alein||3:30|
|9||Haben Yakir Li||5:46|
|10||Yisrael V'raita Dance||6:42|
- Copyright (c) – Music & Words
- Copyright (c) – Blue Kapibara
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Klezmokum
- Pressed By – P+O Pallas – A 620461
- Recorded At – E-Sound Studio
- Clarinet – Perry Robinson
- Conductor, Piano – Burton Greene
- Drums, Percussion – Roberto Haliffi
- Soprano Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone – Lior Kuperberg
- Tuba – Larry Fishkind
- Vocals – Marek Balata*
- Vocals, Flugelhorn – Patricia Beysens
NotesRecorded 06-11-09 at E-sound Studio, Weesp
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 8712618406625
- Rights Society: BIEM/STEMRA
- Matrix / Runout: MWCD 4066 P+O-A 620461-A1
Where Do We Come From? What Are We? Where Are We Going? is a painting by French artist Paul Gauguin. Gauguin inscribed the original French title in the upper left corner: D'où Venons Nous, Que Sommes Nous, Où Allons Nous. In the upper right corner he signed and dated the painting: P. Gauguin, 1897.
Where are we going? represents the artist’s painted manifesto created while he was living on the island of Tahiti. The French artist transitioned from being a Sunday painter (someone who paints for his or her own enjoyment) to becoming a professional after his career as a stockbroker failed in the early 1880s. He visited the Pacific island Tahiti in French Polynesia staying from 1891 to 1893. He then returned to Polynesia in 1895, painted this massive canvas there in 1897, and eventually died in 1903, on Hiva Oa in the Marquesas islands . At Smarthistory, we’re on a mission to open museums and cultural sites up to the world. We’re creating world-class resources on art and cultural objects for learners from around the globe-for free.
Where are we going? This is the currently selected item. Where are we going? Modern and contemporary art.
Where Are We Going? what would they do? I have finished a philosophical work on this theme, comparable to the Gospels. But there is also this question which perplexes me: Where does the execution of a painting begin, and where does it end? At the very moment when the most intense emotions fuse in the depths of one's being, at the moment when they burst forth and issue like lava from a volcano, is there not something like the blossoming of the suddenly created work, a brutal work, if you wish, yet great, and superhuman in appearance? The cold calculations of reason have not presided at this birth; who knows when, in the depths of the artist's soul the work was begun unconsciously perhaps?".
Where are we going?, is the self-acclaimed masterpiece of Paul Gauguins’ career. It represents the culmination of his ideas and beliefs that he acquired throughout his life as a painter. The use of unique color in Where do we come from? is the most visible attribute of the painting. The background is comprised of intersecting layers of shades of blue and green, which act as a backdrop for the more intense colors in the foreground. The ground plane is made up of a mixture of dirt and rock, which disappears in an area of muddled color.
Overall, Where We Come From isn’t animated by solemnity, or even the salaciousness that infuses Number One Freak and Love Yuh Bad, but an ecstatic joy that transcends genre. Sutherland is a massively charismatic character, and it’s hard not to get caught up in the elation that he so obviously feels when he gets from finding the perfect groove. That feeling permeates every corner of the album, but it comes through strongest on two particular tracks
Where did you come from? Where are you at now? Where do you see yourself going? You can learn a lot (everything, really) about a person by asking them to frame up their life in a past → present → future format, and it’s an exercise I’ve come to enjoy doing for myself as well. Someone once told me that my beliefs could use an upgrade. You upgrade your phone every year or two, so why wouldn’t you entertain the idea of upgrading your beliefs?
Where are we going?, is the self-acclaimed masterpiece of Paul Gauguins’ career. Where Are We Going? Paul Gauguin is known for being one of the world's greatest painters, although he was not much appreciated at his time. His work seems to tell stories of his life. Where’re we going? Castle asked once they were pulled out onto the street. You, she started, Are going home. He took in a sharp breath and stiffened his tone. Kate, you’re not doing this on your own. I’m your partner, and I’m going in right beside you.