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Message  bill horton le Ven 8 Juil 2011 - 8:24

Quelques hommages d'E Streeters à leur regretté Big Man:




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Message  admin le Ven 8 Juil 2011 - 17:08

L'accès aux pré-ventes de tickets pour les concerts de bob dylan est protégé par un mot de passe. Pour celui d'Asbury Park, c'est clarence...

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Message  dany le Ven 8 Juil 2011 - 17:17

yvvan a écrit:L'accès aux pré-ventes de tickets pour les concerts de bob dylan est protégé par un mot de passe. Pour celui d'Asbury Park, c'est clarence...

Concert qui aura lieu le 14 aout à Asbury Park:

Yesterday morning, advanced sale tickets for Bob Dylan's August 14 concert at Asbury Park Convention Hall in New Jersey went on sale.
In order participate in the pre-sale, one must visit Dylan's official tour page to find out what the "password" is. Sometimes the word is related to the venue or the location, other times the connection is more of a mystery.
Asbury Park is, of course, Bruce Springsteen territory. If case you didn't check it out yet, the password for the Asbury Park show is "clarence", an obvious nod to Clarence Clemons of the E Street Band, who died last month.


http://www.examiner.com/bob-dylan-in-national/bob-dylan-s-little-tribute-to-the-big-man-clarence-clemons


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Message  JC le Sam 9 Juil 2011 - 20:26



Je m'excuse à l'avance si cette vidéo a déjà circulé ici. Gina en est l'auteur...

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Message  Fabrice le Sam 9 Juil 2011 - 22:02

Merci JC!

C'est un bel hommage.. avec des images inédites (en tous cas dans cette qualité..)!

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Message  Nathalie le Dim 10 Juil 2011 - 17:28

Yann42 a écrit:sublime moment, en 2005 :
Bon visionnage,
Yann

Merci pour la video de drive all night. C'est une des chansons qui m'émeut énormément avec "You're missing" (je pleure à chaque fois avec celle-là)
Je viens d'apprendre la nouvelle aujourd'hui par hasard, ça faisait longtemps 3 mois que j'étais pas allée sur Backstreets, et là ...
J'ai rien de très original à dire, je suis beaucoup plus touchée que pour la mort de Danny, je viens de chialer pendant une heure, en regardant les vidéos et en lisant l'hommage de springsteen. Et une pensée en amenant une autre, je me dis : Mon dieu, dans quel état tu vas être quand Bruce va mourir ...

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Message  bobe le Dim 10 Juil 2011 - 21:24

Belle prestation d'Ed Manion (Jukes) au sax en hommage à C.C , en interprétant "Jungleland".

http://asburyjukes.net/

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Message  JC le Lun 11 Juil 2011 - 16:09

Les hommages continuent, celui-ci me touche particulièrement, car il vient d'un fan que j'ai croisé à plusieurs reprises (Bercy 2007 mais surtout Milan 2008), Corrado, un Italien. Je me vois encore arriver à Milan la veille du concert, n'être venu que pour ça, seul, aller directement à San Siro avant de déposer mes affaires à l'"Hôtel", mouais si je peux appeler ça un hôtel, surtout que je n'y ai dormi que 2 heures sur deux nuits, seulement la 2ème nuit.

C'était un mardi en tout début d'après-midi, le concert avait lieu le mercredi soir, le lendemain donc, et Corrado était là, garé devant le San Siro, depuis... le samedi, à organiser cette "fucking" liste, il avait fait l'impasse sur d'autres concerts pour que Milan soit une réussite, alors que ses amis eux avaient opté pour Anvers du lundi soir.

Gina a posté son message sur son blog, il est en haut de page, HIGHER AND HIGHER:

http://ginagiambone.blogspot.com/

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Message  EXBLASTFURNACE le Lun 11 Juil 2011 - 20:09

super bien fait. merci JC

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Re: Clarence Clemons

Message  RUDYBOY le Mar 12 Juil 2011 - 8:40

Très beau message, c'est criant comme la sympathie et l' engagement de ce groupe et de ses individualités ont pus nous toucher, chacun à sa façon...Surtout avec quelle sincérité puisque c'est quasiment 40 ans de fraternité au sein du groupe. Des générations, des concerts, des rires et des larmes, qui en ce moment on plus de mal à s' assécher...Vive THE LEGENDARY...E...STREET...BAND !!!!!

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Message  CC Rider le Sam 16 Juil 2011 - 13:56





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Message  hope&dream le Dim 17 Juil 2011 - 16:33

OH ''C''

Un bandeau défile, triste nouvelle
Oh C, de l’ombre à la lumière
J’apprends ce matin qu’un souffleur de vers
N’aura plus de dernier rappel

A l’instar d’être star, tu suis une star
Oh C, dans l’ombre du maître
La couleur des notes t’a fait naître
L’éclat du cuivre sur le noir

Tu nous dis, ce pourrait être le début
Oh C, quelque chose de grand
Comme ces regards figés sur une avenue
Un sax sur un trottoir brillant

Du temple de l’esprit au temple de l’âme
Oh C, tant de vies dans une vie
Tant d’harmonie pour le cœur des femmes
Et de musique pour les amis

Un bandeau défile, il y a l’amour
Pour soigner ce qui encombre
Garder la place du Duc au prochain tour
Oh C, de la lumière à l’ombre


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Message  Irishfred le Lun 18 Juil 2011 - 22:40

"Clarence Clemons n’était pas qu'un honnête saxophoniste, il était un symbole, celui de l'amitié, de la fraternité, de la longévité des valeurs qui fondent le répertoire springsteenien auquel il a donné, durant 40 ans, un supplément d’âme et de souffle."

Thierry Saurat RN'F.

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Message  Roadrunner le Mar 19 Juil 2011 - 12:25

Le NY Times revient sur sa "carrière" sportive avec le témoignage d'un de ses co-équipiers de l'époque :



http://www.nytimes.com/2011/07/10/sports/football/before-springsteen-clemons-was-a-big-man-on-campus.html

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Re: Clarence Clemons

Message  Yann42 le Mer 20 Juil 2011 - 21:14



Celle là...

Yann

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Message  Marc le Jeu 21 Juil 2011 - 17:23

Irishfred a écrit:"Clarence Clemons n’était pas qu'un honnête saxophoniste, il était un symbole, celui de l'amitié, de la fraternité, de la longévité des valeurs qui fondent le répertoire springsteenien auquel il a donné, durant 40 ans, un supplément d’âme et de souffle."

Thierry Saurat RN'F.

Pour ceux qui veulent lire l'article complet, le voici :


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Re: Clarence Clemons

Message  bill horton le Jeu 21 Juil 2011 - 19:27

Marc a écrit:Pour ceux qui veulent lire l'article complet, le voici :

Ah, merci beaucoup.

Cela fait tellement longtemps que je ne lis plus R&F que du coup il est bien pratique de pouvoir lire cet article ici.


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Message  Chalut le Ven 22 Juil 2011 - 7:48

Merci pour l'article !

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Re: Clarence Clemons

Message  admin le Sam 23 Juil 2011 - 8:18

La femme de Clarence donne une interview dans le dernier Rolling Stone.
J'ai gardé surligné ce qui était surligné sur BTX sans doute pour mettre en avant des hypothèses sur un éventuel avenir

By Rolling Stone
July 21, 2011 12:20 PM ET
Clarence Clemons and wife Victoria Clemons
Clarence Clemons and his wife Victoria Clemons
Gary Gershoff/WireImage

The new issue of Rolling Stone, on stands and available through Rolling Stone All Access on July 22nd, contains an in-depth tribute to Clarence Clemons, who died on June 18th. In the piece, Clemons' widow Victoria shares her memories of life with the Big Man. Here is the complete e-mail interview with Victoria Clemons.

Remembering Clarence Clemons: His Life and Career in Photos

How did you meet Clarence?
We met in Mill Valley, California at the Piazza D’ Angelo restaurant. He walked in, saw me and said: "Thank you for bringing beauty into my day," and handed me a flower. He never left. Clarence was old school. He sent white roses to me every day. Even after he left town, the roses never stopped coming in. He came back in about a month later. That is when our love story became reality. He brought beauty and meaning into my life.

What initially drew you to him?
I saw his soul and his spirit deep inside his eyes. I knew then he came for me. He was real, he was humble and as sweet as any person can be and I was very attracted to that.

I spoke to him in February and he told me that the last Springsteen tour was "pure hell" because of his many ailments. What drove him to stay on the tour despite the pain?
He would always say: "My purpose in life is to bring joy to people all over the world through my music." He was music. To him, life without the ability to play his sax was similar to death. His spirituality also helped him enjoy his life, despite his multiple ailments. He pushed himself every step of the way, every day out of the four years we were together. He was a compilation of love, strength, wisdom, willpower and spirituality.

He also seemed overjoyed to be on the Lady Gaga record. Is that accurate?
I saw it coming. The phone rings on a Friday afternoon: "Lady Gaga wants you in Manhattan tonight at her studio." We started packing right after he hung up the phone. We barely made the last flight out of Ft. Lauderdale that night. We arrived in New York at midnight. By 3:00 a.m. they recorded three songs together. I remember Gaga saying, "Oh, my God, I might need to move to another planet . . ." Everybody was absolutely ecstatic. To me, Clarence’s sound brought so much soul and power to the songs they recorded. He was so honored to be part of it.

Bruce Springsteen on Clarence Clemons: 'His Loss is Immeasurable'

What were his experiences like on American Idol and filming the video with Gaga?
Clarence thought his collaboration with Lady Gaga was a new highlight of his professional life. She took him to "The Edge of Glory." On the set, Gaga grabbed Clarence’s hands, looked into his eyes and said: "I believe in you seven days of the week, not just five." I will never forget that. He needed to hear those words to get through the night. He loved Gaga dearly.

What was he like offstage? I mean, the only Clarence that most people knew was the Clarence playing the sax on "Badlands" and other Bruce songs. What was he like the 99.5 percent of his time when he wasn't doing that?
When Clarence wasn’t out blowing his sax, he really was a homebody. We did enjoy going on fishing trips, but at home he liked to cook, watch movies and smoke cigars. He loved to watch sports, especially NBA basketball and the NFL (his teams were the Miami Heat, and both the Dolphins and the Jets). He played golf in his imagination. He broke 100 every time. He liked to help around the house too. A couple of his chores were to fold laundry and wash the large broiling pans. He put a lot of "elbow grease" into washing those pans. For the four years that I was with him he wasn’t able to walk without crutches. We enjoyed our life together without taking romantic walks on the beach or in the park. It worked for us . . . Clarence had physical therapy three times a week. His therapist Mike inspired him. Clarence came back stronger physically and emotionally every time. My husband had a routine that, as his wife, I had to learn. I served him breakfast in bed every day of the week. His favorite breakfast was Russian pancakes. He was an original guy who appreciated things from original sources: authentic cuisine, Italian wine and cheese, Cuban cigars etc.

Clarence was very peaceful. People that talked too much annoyed him. Often he would ask me to lie next to him and just be in a moment. He often recorded voice memos of his thoughts and melodies that he developed in his head while driving, cooking, watching TV, etc. Clarence was the same person under any circumstance – always kind and generous. He was the most giving person I’ve ever met. In our relationship, it translated into the most caring husband and lover.

I'm sorry if this is painful to remember, but how did he spend his final days before the stroke?
Clarence was getting himself ready to go back on tour with the E Street Band. He lost 20 pounds. He was motivated and driven by the opportunity to play his sax again. He was working on a couple of his own projects: a one-man Broadway show and a movie about himself. Recently his friend Bob asked him: "What is the movie about?" Clarence replied: "About me. You have to write about something great!"

Shortly before the stroke, Clarence lost sensation in his index finger and his thumb. He had carpal tunnel surgery performed. He was seriously concerned about the ability to play sax again. He had his cell phone silenced for a few days. He only spoke with a few people. He talked to Bruce several times a day. He learned something new about Bruce that week that he never knew. It made Clarence very happy. Clarence and I spent the last week of his life cooking, going out to dinner and watching movies on Netflix.

How did he keep such a sunny and joyful exterior when he was enduring such chronic pain?
His spirit was stronger than physical pain. He compared himself to a mule that his grandfather used to have on a farm. He would tell me how strong and powerful the beast was. There was nothing he wouldn’t be able to endure.

I know he liked to fish. Tell me about some of his other hobbies.
He was such a connoisseur. He loved to cook. One of his favorite meals was Cornish hen with "Old Bay" spice and corn on a cob. He shared his passion for cooking with me. We enjoyed spending time with our friends and family. He loved to tell jokes too. He was really funny! His favorite music was Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band. E Street radio was always on whenever we took a ride in a car. Clarence collected unique cars: 1978 Rolls Royce Cornish, Twin Star Cadillac, etc. He collected scented candles, candle holders and teddy bears. His favorite teddy bear was "Puggs." I called him "Bugs" to make him laugh. He took him on tour. Clarence enjoyed taking a long, hot, salt baths. He loved heat. His comfort indoor temperature was 80 degrees. He couldn’t tolerate cold at all. The only water Clarence consumed was Fiji. He made no exceptions.

How would you describe his relationship with Bruce?
He admired and loved Bruce as his friend, lifetime partner, his boss and his brother. Bruce’s phone calls and text messages would make Clarence very happy. He would always let me know that Bruce called him and smile inside. Clarence had tremendous respect for the Boss. He called him "Genius."

In February, Clarence told me about his spiritual teacher Sri Chinmoy. How was important was religion/spirituality in Clarence's life?
Clarence’s spirituality was a key to his love, friendships and music. It came across everything he did and anyone he ever encountered. You couldn’t help to love him for everything he was.

Springsteen said this in his eulogy: "C" never approached anything linearly, life never proceeded in a straight line. He never went A... B....C... D. It was always A... J... C... Z... Q... I...! That was the way Clarence lived and made his way through the world. I know that can lead to a lot of confusion and hurt." What exactly did he mean by all that?
My interpretation of that is that Clarence had many sides to him. He could embark on myriad projects at the same time. He had so much going on at any given moment of his life. He got divorced, got married, wrote a bestselling book, had a bilateral knee replacement surgery, started a two-year tour with Bruce and bought a house during the year of 2008. Most people don’t experience that in their lifetime. Clarence didn’t have stereotypes. He loved to experiment. He was married to women from five different continents.

How would you like the world to remember Clarence?
Clarence Clemons was an exceptional person whose dedication to his family, friends, his band and his wife had no boundaries. He loved passionately. He lived his life like he played his sax – without holding back. He undoubtedly was one of the most genuine human beings that ever put his footprint on this planet. He became bigger than life. His soul broke free when his body couldn’t tolerate another struggle. He moved on to another dimension.

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Message  bobe le Sam 23 Juil 2011 - 20:54

Pour ceux qui veulent se faire une petite idée musicale sur le neveu de "Big Man" Arrow

http://www.jakeclemons.com/file/Media/Entries/2011/4/19_Audio.html


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Message  BTR60 le Dim 31 Juil 2011 - 21:33

Pendant ce mois de juillet, j'ai fait un long périple dans l'ouest américain.
J'ai commencé la route 66 par Amarillo et le fameux Cadillac Ranch. J'ai laissé un petit message pour Clarence.



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Message  JC le Dim 31 Juil 2011 - 21:53

J'espère le voir de mes yeux d'ici quelques mois...

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Message  Roadrunner le Mar 2 Aoû 2011 - 11:24

ça y est ! la Gaga s'est enfin décidé à se fendre d'un hommage !

Lady Gaga - Gaga Remembers Clemons As Her 'Godly Father Figure'
01 August 2011 18:56

Lady Gaga is struggling to come to terms with the loss of saxophonist Clarence Clemons because the late musician was "like a father figure" to her.

The pop superstar formed a special bond with Bruce Springsteen's longtime E Street Band player Clemons while recording and filming the video for her hit single The Edge of Glory, but he suffered a stroke in June (11) and passed away days later at the age of 69.

Gaga recalls the time she spent with him fondly and insists she revelled in the power of his presence.

In an interview on U.S. talk show The View on Monday (01Aug11), she says, "He really was kinda like a father figure, he really was, and the very brief time that I got to spend with him, I'd say we had like, six wonderful months of really close friendship, Clarence and I.

"He really changes your life so quickly and you don't know why, you can't explain it but he just has this godly spirit about him, you feel like you're in the presence of something so significance."

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Message  JC le Mar 2 Aoû 2011 - 12:10

Roadrunner a écrit:ça y est ! la Gaga s'est enfin décidé à se fendre d'un hommage !


C'est vrai que l'attente devenait insoutenable...

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Message  Roadrunner le Mar 2 Aoû 2011 - 12:24

non, ce n'est pas dans ce sens que je l'entendais, mais dans celui où elle s'est précipitée à twitter dès l'annonce de l'avc de Clarence, encourageant ses fans à envoyer des messages de soutien, et depuis l'annonce de son décès, plus rien ! Alors qu'elle s'est tout de suite exprimée sur le décès d'Amy Winehouse (qu'elle ne connaissait pas personnellement)... C'est juste que je trouve bizarre de communiquer sur une hospitalisation et pas sur le décès qui a suivi. Mais bon, il va de soit que dans l'absolu, je m'en tape de ce qu'elle dit et fait !

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