domingo, mayo 17, 2009

Invierno a la orilla del mar

Winter by the sea

© Copyright Oscar Grillo 2009

Música:
Vic Berton and his Orchestra
I've been waiting all winter (1935)
Columbia 3074D

Vic Berton and his Orchestra: Vic D'Ippolito, Archie Jarry, Benny Bell (tp) Wally "Blue" Barron (tb) Sid Trucker (cl) Rube Lerner, Joe Colon, Walt Dorfus (as,ts) Marty Dale (p) Darrell Calker (g) Cal Stump (b) Vic Berton (d) Chick Bullock (vcl). New York, June 14, 1935

5 comentarios:

dodo dijo...

Spring Will Be a Little Late This Year.

Not so fast, please, El Editor! :-))

Oscar Grillo dijo...

January and February were never so empty and gray
Tragically I feel like crying
"With-out you, my darling, I'm dying."
But let's rather put it this way:
SPRING WILL BE A LITTLE LATE THIS YEAR,
A little late arriving in my lonely world over here
For you have left me, and where is our April of old?
You have left me, and win-ter continues cold,
As if to say Spring will be a little slow to start,
A little slow reviving music it made in my heart.
Yes, time heals all things, so I needn't cling to fear,
It's merely that
SPRING WILL BE
A LITTLE LATE THIS YEAR.

M@ dijo...

These smaller characters in the story remind me of Kley's work-very very nice Mister.

Fraga dijo...

este cuadro me da escalosfrios, Grillo...
eres tu el que esta a la mesa, (o quiza soy yo en otro universo) quiza añorando a la minima mujer, mientras la bella, melancolica sirena te necesita!!!! pero teme acercarse... y el hombron que aparece atras, nooooo... se la llevara Grillo, si no reaccionas (reaccionamos) a tiempo!

Oscar Grillo dijo...

A mi me gusta dibujar con ambigüedad asi cada uno de nosotros tiene una historia propia. Gracias, Fraga, por tu emotiva interpretacion.