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« Reply #330 on: February 16, 2012, 08:16:54 PM »
I will Speak for You, 1997, Colored Pencils on Paper by Julio Cesar Roman

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« Reply #331 on: February 16, 2012, 08:19:05 PM »
Translocas: Migration, Homosexuality, and Transvestism in Recent Puerto Rican Performance

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« Reply #332 on: March 12, 2012, 07:46:21 PM »
First Puerto Rican To Play In The Negro Leagues: Emilio “Millito” Navarro

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Re: PUERTO RICO
« Reply #335 on: September 02, 2012, 09:39:55 PM »
LAMENTO BORINCANO
 
-by Rafael Hernández
 
Interpretation: Marc Anthony - http://www.youtube.com/?watch?v=3xarctVa26s
 
Get crazy happy
 With its cargo
 For the city, Oh,
 For the city.
 
It has been in his thoughts
 A full world
 Happiness, Oh,
 Of happiness.
 
You plan to remedy the situation
 In the home that is all his enthusiasm, if.
 
And cheerful jibarito va
 Think so, saying
 While singing as well by the way
 If I buy the load, my dear Dios
 A suit to my old lady going to buy.
 
And also happy his mare va
 To sense, the sense
 That sing
 It is an anthem of joy.
 And that surprised the daylight
 And they come to the market in the city.
 
He spends entire morning
 Without that nobody wants to
 Buy your load,
 Buy your load.
 Everything, everything is deserted,
 And the town is dead
 Of necessity, need.
 
This lament is heard everywhere,
 Of my wretched Borinquen, Yes;
 And sad, the, va jibarito
 think so, saying so
 Crying as well by the way;
 It is to Borinquen!
 My Dear God!
 It is to his children!
 And my home!
 
Borinquen, the land of eden
 Which to sing, the great Gautier
 He called the Pearl of the seas.
 Now that your you die
 With your sorrows
 Let me sing you I also.
 Me too.

-RAFAEL HERNÁNDEZ (Translated by Bing)

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« Reply #336 on: September 02, 2012, 09:52:34 PM »
LAMENTO BORINCANO
 
-por Rafael Hernández
 
Interpretación: Marc Anthony - http://www.youtube.com/?watch?v=3xarctVa26s
 
Sale loco de contento
 Con su cargamento
 Para la ciudad, ay,
 Para la ciudad.
 
Lleva en su pensamiento
 Todo un mundo lleno
 De felicidad, ay,
 De felicidad.
 
Piensa remediar la situación
 Del hogar que es toda su ilusión, si.
 
Y alegre el jibarito vá
 Pensando así, diciendo así,
 Cantando así por el camino
 Si yo vendo la carga, mi Dios Querido
 Un traje a mi viejita voy a comprar.
 
Y alegre también su yegua vá
 Al presentir, al presentir
 Que aquel cantar
 Es todo un himno de alegría.
 Y en eso le sorprende la luz del dia
 Y llegan al mercado de la ciudad.
 
Pasa la mañana entera
 Sin que nadie quiera
 Su carga comprar,
 Su carga comprar.
 Todo, todo está desierto,
 Y el pueblo está muerto
 De necesidad, de necesidad.
 
Se oye este lamento por doquier,
 De mi desdichada Borinquen, si;
 Y triste, el, jibarito vá
 pensando así, diciendo así
 Llorando así por el camino;
 Â¡Que será de Borinquen
 Mi Dios querido!
 Â¡Que será de his hijos
 Y de mi hogar!
 
Borinquen, la tierra del edén
 La que al cantar, el gran Gautier
 Llamó la perla de los mares.
 Ahora que tu te mueres
 Con tus pesares
 Déjame que te cante yo tambien.
 Yo también.


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Re: PUERTO RICO - SALSA DANCERS ...ALWAYS SHINE IN NTHE DANCE FLOORS!
« Reply #337 on: October 19, 2012, 12:17:27 AM »
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Re: PUERTO RICO - SALSA DANCERS ...ALWAYS SHINE IN NTHE DANCE FLOORS!
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