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How Bout a Dance
How ‘bout a dance? What do you say?
I’ve got some moves that I’d love to show you.
Let’s find a spot and dance the night away.
How ‘bout a dance? It’s always fun.
Come over here. Let me get to know you.
Can’t beat a band to lift your spirits high.
You look so handsome.
How ‘bout a dance? Let’s make a start.
Music like this can really throw you.
You’ll lose the blues, and you may lose your heart.
Tonight is the night I’ve been waiting for.
Even the moon looks just right.
I’m sure the crowd will make room on the floor.
When they see you look like you do.
So how ‘bout a dance? Let’s make a start.
Music like this can really throw you.
You’ll lose the blues, and you may lose your heart.
You’ll lose the blues, and you may lose your heart.
«How Bout a Dance’» from Bonnie & Clyde is a musical with music by Frank Wildhorn, lyrics by Don Black and a book by Ivan Menchell.Broadway Musicals Sheet Music
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Marvaless and Messy Marv as Bonnie and Clyde — HipHop4Real
On this day 13 years ago, Messy Marv and Marvaless released their collaborative album Bonnie & Clyde on Frisco Street Show.
Jay-Z and Beyonce have a collaborative track '03 Bonnie & Clyde, but trust me, this album is much cooler! So we invite you to familiarize yourself with the real "Bonnie & Clyde" in 2003. But first, a small lyrical digression.
End of the Road: The Bonnie and Clyde Story
Every kid knows about Jesse James —
How he lived and died is written more than once;
But if you want to know the news,
Read modern and truthful
This is my story about Bonnie and Clyde.
They became a gang in the corrupt press;
I'm sure that everyone has read it more than once,
How this pair of honest citizens rob,
On the spot without hesitation immediately brings down.
But the truth in this gossip is not a farthing:
They are not beasts at all, as they tell you,
They are from the plow - a farmer, you will understand:
They hate lies, 9001 Their enemies are cops, snitches and rats.
Although the lying press called that couple
Ruthless vile killers,
What Clyde knew in his youth…
– Ulmas Iskander, translated from English. Source: www.stihi.ru
One of the most famous couples in American folklore, bank robbers during the Great Depression - Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow. Their story still captures the imagination of many, immortalized in William Whitney's The Bonnie Parker Story in 1958, and several other films have since been released. The saga reflects the desire of people to turn criminals into heroes before bringing them to justice. nine0003
Of course, everything was not limited to the film adaptation of the story, a huge number of poems and songs were also written based on it. One of the most famous songs on the theme was George Fame's "The Ballad of Bonnie and Clyde". Many songs dedicated to Bonnie and Clyde were released in the genre of country and rock music, hip-hop was no exception. Eminem's song "'97 Bonnie & Clyde" immediately comes to mind, but even before him, in 1989, Donald-D released the song "Car Chase", several women also wrote songs on a similar theme in rap, including Paradise with the composition nineteen92 years old "Down With My Nigga" (the song was included in the soundtrack of "Deep Cover"), expressing loyalty to his chosen one.
The crime couple's story also inspired Apache's "Gangsta Bitch" track
She's got charm and firearms, she's a match for me... performed a song on this theme as a duet (in 1993 their joint song "The Bonnie and Clyde Theme" was released), the theme began to gain popularity, later the tracks The Notorious B.I.G. "Me & My Bitch" and 2Pac's "Me & My Girlfriend", in which Tupac Shakur played with the theme in a very original way, calling his gun a girl. Jay-Z performed a duet with Foxy Brown on the track "Bonnie & Clyde Part II" before reworking 2Pac's song to "'03 Bonnie & Clyde". Since then, many songs have been released praising romantic, but at the same time, rough relationships. By the way, many compositions in gangsta rap about the relationship between a guy and a girl associated with crime resemble, to a greater or lesser extent, the original story of Bonnie and Clyde. nine0003
In 2003, a full-length album called "Bonnie & Clyde" was released in Northern Cali. We are talking about a joint album Messy Marv and Marvaless.
The album would not be worthy of mention if it turned out to be from the category of “anyhow releasing something again”, or to fool the fans - now we will perform together all the time. Unlike many similar albums, this one is an exception. Only Messy Marv and Marvaless are on the album. One solo track by Messy Marv (“The World Is A Ghetto“) and 1 solo track by Marvaless (“Bitch Niggaz“). For those not familiar with either, Messy Marv and Marvaless have been making mob music since mid 90's, Messy Marv is from San Francisco, Marvaless is from Sacramento. Marvaless released their debut album Ghetto Blues in 1994. Ironically, even before the release of the joint album with Messy Marv, Marvaless had already recorded a song on the theme of "Bonnie and Clyde" with Killa Tay on her third solo album "Fearless" in 1998 and, as you might guess, the song called Bonnie & Clyde.
Despite the fact that when listening to the album does not give a cinematic effect, and much of it is not new, because. representatives of the duo recorded material on this kind of topic even before the release of "Bonnie & Clyde", Messy Marv and Marvaless nevertheless went beyond the limits and created their own concept. First of all, they are not lovebirds. So, how then can you draw a parallel with this story, you ask? Anyone who is familiar with the work of Messy Marv and Marvaless knows that romance is not their priority. In their concept, the Bonnie and Clyde theme is a challenge, a willingness to cover each other, standing back to back. And there is one more thing. In the concept of Messy Marv and Marvaless, a man does not take care of a woman, they are both equal and both independent. nine0003
While Messy Marv released Death On A Bitch in 1999, laced with the theme of misogyny, Marvaless wrote a somewhat similar song, only for men called "Bitch Niggaz". She took the famous lines Kurupt "bitch nigga, you more of a bitch than a bitch" and added the following: "when your partners ain't around you probably fuckin' with dick" .
The song also has these lyrics:
I always act alone, I am solo until my last hour comes, or until my clone appears
- reads Marvaless in "Bitch Niggaz"
This is how Marvaless makes it clear that she is not some kind of gangster girl, she is a gangster herself.
This album is hard enough and not for sentimental romantics. Messy and Marva in particular compete with each other on the track "Real P.I." on the topic of who is the "coolest pimp"
Messy boasts that his beautiful whores are on furs and he clearly runs everything, to which Marvaless replies with the following:
the brothers always just talk about how they have everything under control, but when a woman comes into play, it can't be stopped. In the traffic.
The most surprising track from the album is probably the composition "La Familia". Latin motifs are a bit like Chicanos. At first it may seem that this is an ordinary dance song, but this is a little different (although you can also dance to it). Very colorful and bright composition, with Mexican guitar and sensual female vocals:
La familia mia no se puede lastimar
Unida in sangre, no se puede conquistar
Which means something like "you can't hurt my family"
In a word, the highlight of the album!
Also note the song "Goin Thru Some Thangs". It's a sincere and quite touching thing about how a person goes through a lot in his life, the piano makes a great backdrop.
In his solo track "The World Is A Ghetto" Messy Marv compares the world to a ghetto where every day is like a trigger. nine0015
Welcome to my world, the place I call home
- read by Messy Marv
Over the years Messy Marv and Marvaless have become very respected artists in the underground. Messy Marv in particular has shown that he can work at essentially any pace. In general, the album is quite aggressive, but there is also a soft-beat composition called "I Am Rap" on it. The result is a good contrast. Marvaless shows herself not as some capricious girl (as many women in rap often present themselves), but just as she sees fit, without veal tenderness, but without showing off. However, her image does not quite correspond with Bonnie Parker, who posed for photographs and wrote poetry. Although it is possible that Marvaless did not set out to fully comply with the classic image of Bonnie, deciding to bring something of her own. nine0003
Is there a love story on the album? Just listen to "Waitin On You" and you won't be able to tell if they were lovers or not. And if this is true, then at the very beginning of the album they are sure that they will be able to hide it. In “Waitin On You”, the end of the relationship is already clearly visible, a verbal skirmish begins.
This is how the Bonnie & Clyde album turned out. It cannot be said that it has become innovative, not at all. Still, a pretty solid release. Good cover design, there are movie quotes in the tracks. Messy Marv and Marvaless are presented as ruthless gangsters. Only, unlike Bonnie and Clyde, they don't try to look less violent than they really are. There is no goal to reach any legendary status. And if Bonnie and Clyde ended up getting hit by a hail of bullets from Texas Rangers and Louisiana police officers, then the adventure of Messy Marv and Marvaless did not have such unfortunate consequences. nine0003
Despite the fact that Bonnie and Clyde did not do anything good in their lives and became famous for robberies and murders, the image of criminals was eventually romanticized. They became a symbol of true love - until the last breath. Although biographers claim that in fact there were no warm and sincere feelings between them - except perhaps love from Bonnie, but no monogamy. The image of the couple and their history have had a strong influence on a variety of areas - cinema, music and even fashion. nine0003
The most famous film adaptation of the story of Bonnie and Clyde was the film of the same name directed by Arthur Penn, which was released in 1967. Bonnie is played by Faye Dunaway and Clyde by Warren Beatty. The tape received good reviews from critics, 10 Oscar nominations (and two wins in the categories of Best Supporting Actress and Best Cinematography), seven Golden Globe nominations and four BAFTA awards (two wins - Faye Dunaway and Michael J. Pollard received statuettes for "Most Promising Debut in a Leading Role"). nine0003
Still from Bonnie and Clyde (1967)
There were many more adaptations in the years that followed. All different levels of credibility. In the 2008 film Bonnie and Clyde vs. Dracula, for example, criminals fight a famous vampire - we dare to assume that in reality there was no such episode in their lives.
In 2013, the History Channel and A&E aired a Bonnie and Clyde mini-series. The role of Bonnie went to Holliday Granger, and Clyde was played by Emile Hirsch. In 2014, the project received an Emmy Award nomination for Outstanding Miniseries, but lost to Fargo. nine0003
Still from the mini-series Bonnie and Clyde (2013)
In 1983, the story of Bonnie and Clyde inspired a new film directed by Steno (creative pseudonym of the Italian Stefano Vanzino), who made the film Bonnie and Clyde Italian Style. The main role in the film went to Ornella Muti.
In March 2019, Netflix presented its vision of the story of Bonnie and Clyde - from the Texas Ranger Frank Hamer who caught them. The project was called Highway Robbers.
Still from the TV series Highway Thieves
The fact that Bonnie was romanticized and made the criminal a style icon is partly to blame for Theodora van Runkle, who acted as costume designer in the 1967 film Bonnie and Clyde. Under her strict guidance, Bonnie performed by Faye Dunaway outwardly turned out so feminine, stylish and romantic that people unconsciously transferred this image to a real person. Although it is worth noting that in real life Bonnie was a very interesting person - for example, she wrote poetry. nine0003
When working on the appearance of the heroine, Theodora based on existing photographs of Bonnie. In the first episode, Bonnie appears before the audience in a creamy tight dress - obviously without underwear. This already made the image light and sexy. But the most popular attribute of the image was, of course, the black beret. After the film was released, this headdress became almost the most popular in the world. Dunaway later wrote in her biography that after the premiere of the tape in Paris, she received as a gift a whole box of such berets from a French factory - after the release of the picture on the screens, their sales doubled, and the manufactory thus decided to thank the actress for popularizing their product. In almost all photo shoots, Faye also appeared in a beret. Two more pieces of Bonnie's wardrobe became no less popular - a midi skirt and a knitted light jumper. nine0003
Faye Dunaway in Bonnie and Clyde (1967)
Of course, the story of Bonnie and Clyde has also found its way into music. Brigitte Bardot and Serge Gainsbourg were the first to sing about the famous couple - in 1968 they released the song Bonnie And Clyde, and a clip for it, in which they appeared as robbers. Later, the composition was covered by everyone, including Mick Harvey in 1995 and Scarlett Johansson with Serge Gainsbourg's son Lucien in 2011.
Clyde and Bonnie
Singer Georgie Fame also sang about Bonnie and Clyde - in January 1968, his The Ballad of Bonnie and Clyde hit number one in the UK singles chart and held the palm for a week.
The sensational story is reflected even in the work of Eminem. In 1997 he recorded the composition 97 Bonnie & Clyde. True, the rapper dedicated the song not to the robbers themselves, but rather to his ex-wife Kim.