Dans une épigramme adressée à sa femme, Martial écrivait : «Je veux bien que tu sois une Lucrèce pendant le jour tout entier, mais c'est une Lais qu'il me faut la nuit.» Ce vers décrit tout le paradoxe de l'érotisme féminin dans l'Antiquité romaine. …
Tony Carreira sortira son nouvel album, Le coeur des femmes, le 10 février prochain.
Tony Carreira proposera un nouvel album, Le coeur des femmes, le 10 février 2017. Un disque contenant dix duos. Parmi les artistes présents sur ce projet, nous pourrons retrouver Lara Fabian, Liane Foly, Michel Fugain ou encore Daniel Guichard.
The first performances of Les Femmes Vengées (The Avenged Women) in 1775 restored the fortunes of Francois-André Danican Philidor, which had been wavering since the great success of Tom Jones a decade earlier. His opéra-comique, which foreshadows the plot of Mozarts Così fan tutte (Mozart had been in Paris during the first performances of Philidors work), offers delicious opportunities for mock-indignation and repartee in its arias and ensembles. This recording presents the complete music. Opera Lafayette and Ryan Browns recording of Philidors Sancho Pança [8.660274] was hailed as a witty, authentic interpretation by the American Record Guide.
Import-only five CD set from the Alt-Rock trio contains a quintet of their original non-remastered albums packaged in replica cardboard sleeves. Box set includes: "Violent Femmes" (1983); "Hallowed Ground" (1984); "The Blind Leading the Naked" (1986); "3" (1989); "Why Do Birds Sing?" (1991).
Violent Femmes is the debut album by Violent Femmes. Mostly recorded in July 1982, the album was released by Slash Records on vinyl and on cassette in April 1983, and on CD in 1987 with two extra tracks "Ugly" and "Gimme the Car". Violent Femmes is the band's most successful album to date and went platinum eight years after its release. The album achieved what is believed to be a unique feat by going gold, four years after its release, without having yet made an appearance on Billboard's Top 200 album chart. Slant Magazine listed the album at #21 on its list of "Best Albums of the 1980s".