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스텔라

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  • 💖⭐*스텔라*⭐💖(@hugebox)

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    💖⭐*스텔라*⭐💖 (@hugebox)
    2023-01-27 13:30










    하얀 눈과 까만 눈이
    새벽녁 몰래 만나
    참아 왔던 그리움을
    나즉히 읖조리는
    아련한
    추억의 노래
    서릿바람 울며 가네

    ㅈㅇㅅ

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    💖⭐*스텔라*⭐💖 (@hugebox)
    2023-01-26 12:36






    오늘 한국에 눈이 많이 왔다고 사진을 보내 주신 분께 감사드립니다.
    일년 열두달 내내 눈구경 못하는 스텔라는 사진들 보면서 너무 행복합니다.

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    💖⭐*스텔라*⭐💖 (@hugebox)
    2023-01-23 04:08
    저는 직접 조합해서 만든 커피만 마십니다. 간혹 카페에서 산 커피도 마시지만 한 잔으로 하루 종일 마셔야 합니다. 짧은 시간에 많은 양의 카페인이 저를 위험에 빠뜨릴 수 있기 때문이죠.

    그래서 가능한한 연하게 탄 커피를 천천히 마시려고 노력합니다. 커피양은 그날그날 제 기분에 따라 달라집니다. 오늘은 작은 스푼으로 커피 둘과 전지분유 두 숟가락입니다. 물론 저에게는 아주 강한 커피인 셈이지요. 오늘이 월요일이라 출근하자마자 전쟁같은 상황이 저를 기다릴거라서...단단히 정신차리고 가려고...

    커피를 마셔야 해서 젖은 머리로 그냥 출근하려고 합니다. 어차피 저절로 마를 것을 굳이 시간을 허비하고 싶지 않습니다.

    서론이 상당히 길어졌습니다. 커피를 타면서 생각난 분에 대해 말하려고 했었는데...

    "커피는 말야, 커피 설탕 크림을 모두 넣고 잘 섞어 준 다음에 뜨거운 물을 부어야 더 맛있어."

    아, 갑자기 이 말이 기억났어요. 영원히 다시 들을 수 없는 말! 정말 다시 듣고 싶은 말인데... 저의 마음에 별이 된 분을 그리워 하며 눈물의 짠 맛이 감도는 커피를 마십니다.

    사랑합니다.

    사랑한다고 더 많이 말했어야 했었는데, 그러지 못해서 바다같이 흐르는 눈물이 뺨을 세차게 때립니다.

    23012023

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    💖⭐*스텔라*⭐💖 (@hugebox)
    2023-01-13 12:21


    Jeff Beck: British guitar legend dies aged 78

    By Mark SavageBBC Music Correspondent

    11 January 2023

    Updated 12 January 2023
    Jeff Beck, one of the most influential rock guitarists of all time, has died at the age of 78.

    The British musician rose to fame as part of the Yardbirds, where he replaced Eric Clapton, before forming the Jeff Beck Group with Rod Stewart.

    His tone, presence and, above all, volume redefined guitar music in the 1960s, and influenced movements like heavy metal, jazz-rock and even punk.

    Beck's death was confirmed on his official Twitter page.
    "On behalf of his family, it is with deep and profound sadness that we share the news of Jeff Beck's passing," the statement said.

    "After suddenly contracting bacterial meningitis, he peacefully passed away yesterday. His family ask for privacy while they process this tremendous loss."

    Describing his playing style in 2009, Beck said: "I play the way I do because it allows me to come up with the sickest sounds possible."

    "That's the point now, isn't it? I don't care about the rules.

    "In fact, if I don't break the rules at least 10 times in every song, then I'm not doing my job properly."
    Born Geoffrey Arnold Beck in Wallington, south London, the musician fell in love with Rock and Roll as a child, and built his first guitar as a teenager.

    "The guy next door said, 'I'll build you a solid body guitar for five pounds'," he later told Rock Cellar Magazine. "Five pounds, which to me was 500 back then [so] I went ahead and did it [myself].

    "The first one I built was in 1956, because Elvis was out, and everything that you heard about pop music was guitar. And then I got fascinated. I'm sure the same goes for lots of people."

    After a short stint at Wimbledon Art College, he left to play with shock-rocker Screaming Lord Sutch and the Tridents.

    When Eric Clapton left the Yardbirds in 1965, Jimmy Page suggested hiring Beck - and he went on to play on hits like I'm A Man and Shapes Of Things, where his pioneering use of feedback influenced musicians like Paul McCartney and Jimi Hendrix.
    "That [technique] came as an accident," he later told BBC Radio 2's Johnnie Walker.

    "We played larger venues, around about '64-'65, and the PA was inadequate. So we cranked up the level and then found out that feedback would happen.

    "I started using it because it was controllable - you could play tunes with it. I did this once at Staines Town Hall with the Yardbirds and afterwards, this guy says, 'You know that funny noise that wasn't supposed to be there? I'd keep that in if I were you.'

    "So I said, 'It was deliberate mate. Go away'."

    'Pink toilet seat'

    The guitarist stayed with The Yardbirds for nearly two years, before declaring he was quitting music altogether... then releasing his first solo single Hi Ho Silver Lining.

    Recorded in just three hours, the song was his only top 20 hit in the UK, charting in both 1967 and 1972. But the singer was famously ambivalent about it.

    He was persuaded to record the song by producer Mickie Most who, Beck said, "wasn't the slightest bit interested in recording my sort of music".

    "I couldn't say to him, 'Look, you don't know what's going on,' because he had 20,000 gold disks on the wall saying 'I do know what's going on'," he told Rolling Stone magazine in 1971. "So for a couple of years I wasted my career doing junk tunes."

    When he left the studio after cutting the track, the receptionist was already singing it. "That," he said, "was when I knew it was a disaster".

    He went to describe the song as a "pink toilet seat around my neck", but eventually made his peace with it, even performing it on Jools Holland's TV show in 2015.

    After that brief brush with fame, he formed the Jeff Beck Group, whose first two albums Truth (1968) and Beck-Ola (1969), took a ferocious approach to the blues that laid the groundwork for heavy metal.

    But the band were unhappy - with a US tour regularly descending into arguments and physical fights.

    Singer Rod Stewart and bassist Ronnie Wood quit in 1970 to join the Small Faces (later The Faces), and when Beck was injured in a car accident, he had to put his career on hold.

    When he recovered, Beck assembled a second line-up of his band but their albums were commercially unsuccessful and Beck went solo in 1975.

    Going instrumental

    That year, he recorded an album, Blow By Blow, with Beatles producer George Martin. Entirely instrumental, Beck's lyrical, mellifluous guitar playing essentially replaced the parts of a lead vocalist, an approach he would take for most of the rest of his career.

    Blow By Blow made the US top 10 and was awarded a platinum disc, and Beck quickly followed it up with 1976's Wired (also produced by George Martin) and the 1977 concert album Jeff Beck With The Jan Hammer Group Live.

    After the tour documented on the album, the musician retired to his estate outside of London and remained quiet for three years.

    "The pitch I play at is so intense that I just can't do it every night," he later explained.

    The 1980s saw him collaborate with Nile Rodgers on an album called Flash, which contained his first hit single - a cover of Curtis Mayfield's People Get Ready with Rod Stewart on lead vocals - and earned him a Grammy Award.

    In 1987, he played on Mick Jagger's solo album Primitive Cool, and continued to work with artists like Roger Waters and Jon Bon Jovi in the 1990s, as well as contributing to Hans Zimmer's score for the Tom Cruise movie Days Of Thunder.

    But his solo output slowed down, until the release of 1999's You Had It Coming, featuring Imogen Heap on vocals, followed in 2003 by an album he simply called Jeff.

    Around this time, he started incorporating more electronic and hip-hop elements to his music; culminating in his fourth Grammy victory for the tempestuous, shape-shifting instrumental Plan B.

    He toured extensively in the 2010s, including a joint-headline venture with Beach Boy Brian Wilson.

    The duo had hoped to record together but those plans fell apart. Instead, Beck ended up befriending actor Johnny Depp, with whom he released a full-length album, 18, in 2022.

    Beck was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame twice, in 1992 as a member of the Yardbirds, then as a solo artist in 2009.

    His legacy lies in the balance between the fluidity and aggression of his playing, a technical brilliance equalled only by his love of ear-crunching dissonance.

    "It's like he's saying, 'I'm Jeff Beck. I'm right here. And you can't ignore me'," wrote Mike Campbell of the Heartbreakers in an essay for Rolling Stone's Greatest Guitar Players of All Time, where Beck placed seventh.

    "Even in the Yardbirds, he had a tone that was melodic but in-your-face - bright, urgent and edgy, but sweet at the same time. You could tell he was a serious player, and he was going for it. He was not holding back."

    "He'd just keep getting better and better," Led Zeppelin's Jimmy Page once recalled. "And he leaves us, mere mortals".

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    💖⭐*스텔라*⭐💖 (@hugebox)
    2023-01-06 12:08




    그리운 한국의 산
    그리고 눈 덮인
    하얀 사랑

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    💖⭐*스텔라*⭐💖 (@hugebox)
    2022-12-31 02:10


    기다림...는개비

    울컥 울컥 쏟아지는
    대본에도 없는 대사들
    그 사이에 너는 숨어서
    나를 지켜보고 있겠다고
    내 숨이 넘어가는 걸
    그저 바라보고 있겠다고

    나날이 사라져가는
    기억 한 줌을 놓지 못하는
    이 못난 사랑을 어찌하나
    어떻게 기다리며 사나
    속절없이 내리는 는개비

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    체·게바라 (@hodram)
    2022-12-29 08:33
    방문해주셔서 감사드립니다.

    행복한 하루 되세요~

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    음감 (@onlymusic)
    2022-12-23 22:23


    즐거운 휴가 보내시고 유익한 여행 보내시기 바랍니다. ^^*

    멋진 풍경 잘 보았습니다.

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    💖⭐*스텔라*⭐💖 (@hugebox)
    2022-12-23 02:43
    웃고 있어도 눈물이 난다
    보이는 것이 다가 아니다
    제발 잊지 말아라
    그림자도 밟히면 아프다
    내 마음도 그대 마음도
    잃어버린 사랑에 숨죽여 운다

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    음감 (@onlymusic)
    2022-12-21 04:19


    안녕하세요? ^^*
    Allmusic4U 음악감상실을 찾아주셔서 감사드립니다.
    폭설이 예고된 깊은 밤 흰 눈보다 눈부신 스텔라의 빛이
    저의 단잠을 깨웠는지 일어나 음방으로 이끌렸답니다.

    늘 건강하시고 즐거운 음악과 함께 행복하시길 소망합니다.

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