la reina del melisma... todavía me acuerdo de cuando escuché este tema por 1º vez en el saturday night live.esto otro lo descubrí un poco después:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-4QkgUwSSj0&feature=related
Se lleva el galardón a la balada existencialista con su inmejorable frase "Suffered from alienation".
hola No se si di con quien quería , eres Pola ?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8t-I-Lqy06gThe problem with Lana Del Ray is that she may be smarter than you. After all, here she is, half-formed and already fully famous, ready for her closeup, clothed only in fantasy and in nostalgia for an America that no longer exists.Sometimes, on YouTube, in between shifting veils of 1950’s stock video, her image rises and squints at us, like a reflection of our own. Lana Del Ray is trying to figure us out—who we are, or at least, who we were. She is, or she associates herself with what we know of the romance of the past—with the Golden Age of cinema, Los Angeles in black and white, angels with sad, knowing eyes, trailer parks, chrome-sided motels in Reno, blue jeans, beer, drunken and wasteful nights, freedom from conscience, what gets codified as our collective memory, the fifties housewife, gangsters, James Dean, and the vision of American opulence that is slowly flickering out around us, dying down. But mostly, she is largely hidden.
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