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? Música - Levaram pro Lixo

de: Guilherme Lacerda

Aê rapaziada, esse samba já existe há um tempo. Surgiu a partir de um acontecimento real com o nosso grande "Rei Momo", Luisinho, e o popular e irreverente Edu.
A letra já diz mais ou menos a situação, mas resumindo, era uma banca toda azul, bem pequena, onde dentre as diversas miudezas se destacavam o quadro do timão, a garrafa de mé e o talão da bicharada. Ficava ali na Vergueiro, perto do antigo Seis e Meia.
Durou pouco a permanência, pois de fato a prefeitura levou pra sucata, mas não podia virar outra coisa senão um samba. Ta aí !!!
Essa é a nossa Vila!!!
Salve os protagonistas Edu e Luisinho!!!
Um abraço do Gui do Cavaco

? Levaram pro Lixo ?

Levaram pro lixo

Levaram pro lixo

A banca do Luisinho

De jogo do bicho

Só bastava Luisinho lá dentro pra banca já estar lotada

Uma mesa na frente pra acomodar a rapaziada

Todo domingo o churrasco de gato que dava no bicho

Estava tudo azul, a pintura estava no capricho

Mas pintou um cagüete na prefeitura fazendo cochicho

Da banca do Luisinho de jogo do bicho

O rabo de galo do Edu e a garrafa de cana foram confiscados

Arrancaram o quadro do Corinthians que estava pendurado

Destruíram a barraca e levaram para a Regional

É, mas o Luisinho disse não tem problema, não faz mal

Levaram a minha barraca, mas deixaram o principal

A minha coroa de Rei Momo pra sair no carnaval

Comentários

Alan Freed, the DJ credited

Alan Freed, the DJ credited with coining the term "rock 'n' roll,"

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will be physically removed from the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on Monday.An urn with Freed's ashes was taken from its spot at the Cleveland museum on Friday,

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and Freed's son will pick up his father's remains Monday,

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according to Executive Director Greg Harris.Lance Freed told CNN that the museum was being "disrespectful" to his father's legacy as a pioneer of rock 'n' roll,

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but Harris said Freed will continue to be "very prominent" in the hall.Harris disputed the Freed family's description of the removal as an eviction,

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but according to the son, it is not a voluntary removal.ousted just days after the museum opened a Beyonce exhibit featuring the singer's costumes, including the black leotards worn in her 2008 "Single Ladies" video.Freed started playing R&B records on his Cleveland radio show in 1951,

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a time when stations that targeted white listeners ignored black artists.

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He called it "rock 'n' roll." His "Moondog Coronation Ball" at the Cleveland Arena in March 1956 is considered the first major rock concert.

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Freed put Cleveland on the music map and rock 'n' roll on the radio. His connection to the city was a major reason the northeastern Ohio city was chosen as the home for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame,

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both his son and Harris said.

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Freed was initially interred in New York, the city where he died at 43 in 1965. His family moved his remains to Cleveland years later and then to the museum 12 years ago,

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Lance Freed said."

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I thought this was the last move, but then I got this call to move him," Freed said. "He said, 'You've got to come pick him up.'

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"It was not a rushed or unilateral decision, Harris said."The museum world is moving away from exhibiting remains" since ashes don't help tell a story, he said. "

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Museum community colleagues across the country agree."Lance Freed said he believed his father's exhibit is being downsized and moved to another area of the museum,

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but Harris said it is not being changed beyond removal of the gold urn. Harris suggested that Freed's son might feel better about the move after he visits the museum Monday morning."

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We are conscious of his important role and will continue to honor him,"

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Harris said. The museum's radio studio is named for him, and there "are many touch points" in the hall that relate to Freed, he said.