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1愛と死の名無しさん2017/08/19(土) 19:32:35.63ID:CsLMAk2F
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952愛と死の名無しさん2017/10/02(月) 12:08:52.72ID:udhRnhO5
Tea for the Tillerman, recorded and released in 1970 and,
continuing the change in Stevens' sound, after leaving Deram Records and signing with Island Records.
Mona Bone Jakon was his first album released after a debilitating year of recovery from tuberculosis.
As he convalesced, Stevens filled his time whilst still on bedrest, finding himself becoming
a far more prolific songwriter, and after such a dramatic brush with death began to focus on his purpose
in life after some unpleasant and stressful dealings with his previous record label.
Favouring a newfound "stripped down" folk rock sound and bucking the heavily orchestrated constraints
from his previous contract with Deram Records' Mike Hurst, he instead chose Paul
Samwell-Smith (formerly of The Yardbirds) as his producer. With Samwell-Smith supportive of his judgement,
Stevens once again began turning out hit records with a different meaning and depth,
both lyrically and melodically, beginning with Mona Bone Jakon and continuing to Tea for the Tillerman,
where "Wild World" became a popular hit song in North America, but only an airplay hit in the UK without
charting there. Both critics and Stevens himself agree that this album and the songs to come from
it are some of Stevens' best work.  

953愛と死の名無しさん2017/10/02(月) 12:09:54.58ID:udhRnhO5
Wild World is a song written and recorded by English singer-songwriter Cat Stevens.
It first appeared on his fourth album, Tea for the Tillerman, recorded and released in 1970 and,
continuing the change in Stevens' sound, after leaving Deram Records and signing with Island Records.
Mona Bone Jakon was his first album released after a debilitating year of recovery from tuberculosis.
As he convalesced, Stevens filled his time whilst still on bedrest, finding himself becoming
a far more prolific songwriter, and after such a dramatic brush with death began to focus on his purpose
in life after some unpleasant and stressful dealings with his previous record label.

Favouring a newfound "stripped down" folk rock sound and bucking the heavily orchestrated constraints
from his previous contract with Deram Records' Mike Hurst, he instead chose Paul
Samwell-Smith (formerly of The Yardbirds) as his producer. With Samwell-Smith supportive of his judgement,
Stevens once again began turning out hit records with a different meaning and depth,
both lyrically and melodically, beginning with Mona Bone Jakon and continuing to Tea for the Tillerman,
where "Wild World" became a popular hit song in North America, but only an airplay hit in the UK without
charting there. Both critics and Stevens himself agree that this album and the songs to come from
it are some of Stevens' best work.

954愛と死の名無しさん2017/10/02(月) 12:10:36.58ID:udhRnhO5
Stevens developed a relationship with a young American woman,
the actress Patti D'Arbanville, and the two were a pair throughout
a period of two years or so. During that time, he wrote several songs about her,
including the hit song "Wild World."
The song is in the form of the singer's words to his departing lover,
inspired by the end of their romance. Stevens later recalled
to Mojo: "It was one of those chord sequences that's very common in Spanish music.
I turned it around and came up with that theme- which is a recurring theme in my work- which is to do with leaving,
the sadness of leaving, and the anticipation of what lies beyond." [1] Released as a single in late 1970,
it just missed becoming Stevens' first top ten hit in the U.S., peaking at #11
on the Billboard Pop Singles chart.[2] "Wild World" has been credited as the song that gave Stevens next album,
Tea for the Tillerman "enough kick" to get it played on FM radio; and Island Records' Chris Blackwell has been quoted as calling
it "the best album we’ve ever released" to that date.

955愛と死の名無しさん2017/10/02(月) 12:44:51.19ID:DjegLTJ2
>>923
じゃあ40過ぎたら会社行くなよ無能ジジイ

956愛と死の名無しさん2017/10/02(月) 12:46:58.18ID:DjegLTJ2
>>924
なんの努力もしないでしわしわしみだらけほうれい線たるみブルドックで悪臭撒き散らし精子腐ってるくせに性欲だけは一人前のクソジジイよりはマシじゃね

ていうかスレチだガイジ

957愛と死の名無しさん2017/10/02(月) 13:21:01.34ID:6b59u5S5
>>924みたいなジジイが結婚できない、ってスレだから
強ち間違ってはいないかもね。

958愛と死の名無しさん2017/10/02(月) 15:06:24.75ID:y4lLtow8
The song has been covered by many artists,
with many of the covers becoming hits of their own.
Jimmy Cliff's version, released a few moonths after Stevens released the original version,
reached number teight on the UK Singles Chart. Surprisingly,
Stevens' version was not released as a single in the UK.
Some of the subsequent covers have also been in the reggae style,
indicating that they may be covers of Cliff's version, as opposed to direct
covers of Cat Stevens' original arrangement.
An example of this would be Maxi Priest's version of the song.
Recorded and released as a single in 1988, this version also did well on the charts,
reaching number five on the UK Singles Chart and #25 on the US Billboard Pop Singles Chart.
In 1993, the band Mr. Big released a cover of the song as a single,
charting at #27 on the Billboard Hot 100, #33 on the Top 40 Mainstream #33 and #12 on the Mainstream Top 40.
n 1970, Australian band Fourth House released a cover version of "Wild World" as their one and only single. It reached #16 on the Australian charts.

959愛と死の名無しさん2017/10/02(月) 15:09:47.76ID:y4lLtow8
Barry Manilow recorded "Could It Be Magic",
which features the same refrain melodically and lyrically ("Baby, I love you").
In 1987, Jonathan King accused Pet Shop Boys of plagiarising
the melody of "Wild World" for their UK #1 single "It's a Sin".
He made the claims in The Sun, for which he wrote a regular column during the 1980s.
King also released his own cover version of "Wild World" as a single, using a similar musical
arrangement to "It's a Sin", in an effort to demonstrate his claims. This single flopped,
while Pet Shop Boys sued King, eventually winning out-of-court damages, which they donated to charity.

In 1993, Mr. Big recorded this song for the Bump Ahead CD

In 2000, Brazilian pop group Pepê & Neném recorded a version of the song in Portuguese, "Nada me faz esquecer" (Nothing makes me forget).

960愛と死の名無しさん2017/10/02(月) 15:10:51.37ID:y4lLtow8
, "Littlest Things", the third single released by Lily Allen from her debut album,
Alright, Still, was noted as having similarities with "Wild World" in its introduction.[citation needed]

On July 7, 2007, the song was performed twice at the Live Earth concerts. James Blunt sang
it at Wembley Stadium in London,
England, while Yusuf Islam (formerly Cat Stevens) himself sang it in Hamburg, Germany.
Garth Brooks for the 2013 "The Melting Pot" album in the "Blame It All on My Roots: Five Decades of Influences" compilation.

961愛と死の名無しさん2017/10/02(月) 15:20:48.80ID:y4lLtow8
Bidar is a city in the Indian state of Karnataka.
Located on the Deccan Plateau in the north-eastern part of Karnataka.
It is the headquarters of the Bidar District which shares
its border with Maharashtra . It is the northernmost city of
Karnataka. It is also called as crown of Karnataka.
It is a rapidly urbanizing city, and the administrative
center of the Bidar district. The walls and bastions
of the fortified city are surrounded by a triple moat,
and the fort itself is enclosed by seven large gateways.
Although its origins can be traced back
to the Rashtrakuta Empire (753–983 A.D.),
it became historically significant when Bahamani
sultan Ahmad Shah relocated the capital of his kingdom to Bidar
in 1422, and used the prevailing Persian style
to construct the palace and design the urban morphology of Bidar.
The “karez” water system, a complex system of aqueducts
used for agricultural irrigation, can also be attributed to
Persian influence.[1] Bidar city is known for its Bidri
handicraft products, and its rich history. Manjira River is
one of the main rivers supplying drinking water to Bidar .

Recently Bidar was ranked 22nd among the[2] cleanest cities in India,
and 5th cleanest in Karnataka. It is connected with NH9 and NH218 and whole city is integrated with 4 lane road.

962愛と死の名無しさん2017/10/02(月) 15:21:18.17ID:y4lLtow8
The History of the city goes back to thirds century B.C.
when it was of the great Mauryan Empire. After the Mauryas,
Satavahanas, Kadambas and Chalukyas of Badami and later Rashtrakuta
s reigned over Bidar territory. Chalukyas of Kalyana and Kalachuris
also regained the area. For a short period after Kalyani Chalukyas
the area of Bidar was under the sevunas of Devgiri
and Kakatiyas of Warangal.
Delhi rulers first headed by Allauddin Khilj
i and later Muhammed-bin-Tughluq took control of entire Deccan
including Bidar. About the middle of the 14th Century
the Officers of Sultan stationed in Deccan
rebelled and this resulted in the establishment of Bahamani Dynasty
in 1347 A.D. at Gulbarga. There were frequent warfare between
the Bahamnis and Vijaynagar Kingdom.

963愛と死の名無しさん2017/10/02(月) 15:22:04.83ID:y4lLtow8
The history of the present fort at Bidar is attributed to
the Sultan Ala-ud-Din Bahman Shah the first sultan of
the Bahmani dynasty to 1427 when he shifted his capita
l from Gulbarga to Bidar since it had better climatic
conditions and was also a fertile and fruit bearing land.
Earliest recorded history of its existence
as a small and strong fort is also traced to the first Muslim
invasion of the region is traced to Prince Ulugh Khan in 1322,
whereafter it came under the reign of the Tughlaq dynasty.
With the establishment of the Bahmani dyanasty (1347),
Bidar was occupied by Sultan Alla-Ud-Din Bahman Shah Bahmani.

During the rule of Ahmad Shah I (1422–1486), Bidar was made
the capital city of Bahmani Kingdom. The old Fort was rebuilt
and beautiful madrasas, mosques, palaces and gardens were raised.
Mahmmad Gawan who became the Prime Minister in 1466 was a notable
figure in the history of Bidar. Bidar remained under the Barid
Shahi dynasty until it was captured by the Mughal emperor
Aurangazeb in 1656 A.D. In 1724, Bidar became a part of
the Asaf Jahi Kingdom of the Nizams. It was annexed by
the Bijapur Sultanate in 1619–20 but the Mughal viceroy
of Aurangzeb took it in 1657 and thus became a part
the Mughal Empire in 1686.

964愛と死の名無しさん2017/10/02(月) 15:23:15.91ID:y4lLtow8
It is a charming city- one of its charms being
a very bracing climate practically throughout the district
and for the greater part of the year. April and may In Bidar are hot,
but even during this hot weather,
the heat is often broken by sharp and sudden thunder showers.
By early June the south-west monsoon sets in with
its pleasant coolness and the weather is back to its bracing glory.
The cold weather is never too cold and
the rainfall is never excessive though its excessive variation is
often the cause, symptom and malaise of severe droughts.
One other aspect of its charm is that
it is full of history- every village and town being replete
with monuments, legends, stories of valour,
romance of beautiful princesses, long forgotten battles,
feuding military adventurers and even of social
reform movements that shook the very foundation and structure
of medieval Hinduism.

965愛と死の名無しさん2017/10/02(月) 15:23:47.79ID:y4lLtow8
The winter season is from December to middle
of February and the temperature begins
to decrease from the end of November, December is the coldest
month with mean daily maximum temperature of 27.3 C and mean
daily minimum of 16.4 C. From the middle of the February,
both day and night temperatures begin to rise rapidly.
May is the hottest month with mean daily maximum
temperature of 38.8 C and mean daily minimum of 25.9 C.
With the withdrawal of southwest monsoon in the first
week of October, there is slight increase in day temperature
but night temperature decreases steadily. After October,
both day and night temperatures decreases progressively.
The highest maximum temperature recorded at
Bidar was on 8-5-1931(43.3 degree C) and
the lowest minimum was on 5-1-1901
(2.9 degree C,the lowest temperature ever recorded in Karnataka).
Present day Bidar covers an expanse of 5448 square
kilometers of land and lies between 17°35′ and 18°25
′ North latitudes and 76°42′ and 77°39′ east longitudes.
Maharashtra on the west. On the south lies the district
of Gulbarga of Karnataka. This central position in
the Deccan had for long imparted to Bidar, the pre-eminent position
in the history of the Deccan although today
it presents a picture of centuries of neglect and ruin.
It was also known as Mohamad-e-Bidar and under the influence
of Hindus it became as Bidar.

966愛と死の名無しさん2017/10/02(月) 15:24:23.47ID:y4lLtow8
For the descendants of heart, madness and love are no different.
They are one. Love the soul and madness the body.
Taking one away from another quashes both of them.
Leaving them gasping, withering and vanishing.
When love knocks at the door -often in the hour of deep
slumber- the human soul is entirely transformed to a different being.
Where he loses all of the self and vanishes into the religion
of love. No self, no nothing. I completely go with Victor Hugo’
s careful remark in Les Miserables ‘To love another person is to see the face of God.

967愛と死の名無しさん2017/10/02(月) 15:24:57.84ID:y4lLtow8
One day, similarly, love knocked at the door of Queen Zuleikha.
She was looted of herself, she no more was Zuleikha,
she was Yousuf, and she was Love.
Zuleikha was the wife of Potiphar the Egyptian.
While most of the orthodox texts see a phase of seductress in her,
Rumi the master,
sees a mad lover in her.
For Rumi she is a type of the lover, like Majnun,
so lost in her love for Yousuf that she hears every phrase
and every natural sound, the wind, the fire’s crackling,
birdcalls, as messages from Yousuf.
Zulaikha’s lust for Yousuf represents the soul’s wailing for God.

968愛と死の名無しさん2017/10/02(月) 15:25:28.62ID:y4lLtow8
Stevens developed a relationship with a young American woman,
the actress Patti D'Arbanville, and the two were a pair throughout
a period of two years or so. During that time, he wrote several songs about her,
including the hit song "Wild World."The song is in the form of the singer's words to his departing lover,
inspired by the end of their romance. Stevens later recalled
to Mojo: "It was one of those chord sequences that's very common in Spanish music.
I turned it around and came up with that theme- which is a recurring theme in my work- which is to do with leaving,
the sadness of leaving, and the anticipation of what lies beyond." [1] Released as a single in late 1970,
it just missed becoming Stevens' first top ten hit in the U.S., peaking at #11
on the Billboard Pop Singles chart.[2] "Wild World" has been credited as the song that gave Stevens next album,
Tea for the Tillerman "enough kick" to get it played on FM radio; and Island Records' Chris Blackwell has been quoted as calling
it "the best album we’ve ever released" to that date.

969愛と死の名無しさん2017/10/02(月) 15:26:00.15ID:y4lLtow8
The song has been covered by many artists,
with many of the covers becaoming hits of their own.
Jimmy Cliff's version, released a few months after Stevens released the original version,
reached number eight on the UK Singles Chart. Surprisingly,
Stevens' version was not released as a single in the UK.
Some of the subsequent covers have also been in the reggae style,
indicating that they may be covers of Cliff's version, as opposed to direct
covers of Cat Stevens' original arrangement.
An example of this would be Maxi Priest's version of the song.
Recorded and released as a single in 1988, this version also did well on the charts,
reaching number five on the UK Singles Chart and #25 on the US Billboard Pop Singles Chart.
In 1993, the band Mr. Big releaased a cover of the song as a single,
charting at #27 on the Billboard Hot 100, #33 on the Top 40 Mainstream #33 and #12 on the Mainstream Top 40.

970愛と死の名無しさん2017/10/02(月) 15:26:36.50ID:y4lLtow8
Barry Manilow recorded "Could It Be Magic",
which features the same refrain melodically and lyrically ("Baby, I love you").

In 1987, Jonathan King accused Pet Shop Boys of plagiarising
the melody of "Wild World" for their UK #1 single "It's a Sin".
He made the claims in The Sun, for which he wrote a regular column during the 1980s.
King also released his own cover version of "Wild World" as a single, using a similar musical
arrangement to "It's a Sin", in an effort to demonstrate his claims. This single flopped,
while Pet Shop Boys sued King, eventually winning out-of-court damages, which they donated to charity.
In 1993, Mr. Big recorded this song for the Bump Ahead CD

In 2000, Brazilian pop group Pepê & Neném recorded a version of the song in Portuguese, "Nada me faz esquecer" (Nothing makes me forget).

971愛と死の名無しさん2017/10/02(月) 15:27:12.72ID:y4lLtow8
Located on the Deccan Plateau in the north-eastern part of Karnataka.
It is the headquarters of the Bidar District which shares
its border with Maharashtra . It is the northernmost city of
Karnataka. It is also called as crown of Karnataka.
It is a rapidly urbanizing city, and the administrative
center of the Bidar district. The walls and bastions
of the fortified city are surrounded by a triple moat,
and the fort itself is enclosed by seven large gateways.
Although its origins can be traced back
to the Rashtrakuta Empire (753–983 A.D.),
it became historically signaificant when Bahamani
sultan Ahmad Shah relocated the capital of his kingdom to Bidar
in 1422, and used the praevailing Persian style
to construct the palace and design the urban morphology of Bidar.
The “karez” water system, a complex system of aqueducts
used for agricultural irrigation, can also be attributed to
Persian influence.[1] Bidar city is known for its Bidri
handicraft products, and its rich history. Manjira River is
one of the main rivers supplying drinking water to Bidar .

972愛と死の名無しさん2017/10/02(月) 15:27:44.62ID:y4lLtow8
The History of the city goes back to thirds century B.C.
when it was of the great Mauryan Empire. After the Mauryas,
Satavahanas, Kadaambas and Chalukyas of Badami and later Rashtrakuta
s reigned over Bidar territory. Chalukyas of Kalyana and Kalachuris
also regained the area. For a short periaod after Kalyani Chalukyas
the area of Bidar was under the sevunas of Devgiri
and Kakatiyas of Warangal.
Delhi rulers first headed by Allauddin Khilj
i and later Muhammed-bin-Tughluq took control of entire Deccan
including Bidar. About the middle of the 14th Century
the Officers of Sultan stationed in Deccan
rebelled and this resulted in the establishment of Bahamani Dynasty
in 1347 A.D. at Gulbarga. There were frequent warfare between
the Bahamnis and Vijaynagar Kingdom.

973愛と死の名無しさん2017/10/02(月) 15:28:15.05ID:y4lLtow8
The history of the present fort at Bidar is attributed to
the Sultan Ala-ud-Din Bahman Shah the first sultan of
the Bahmani dynasty to 1427 when he shifted his capita
l from Gulbarga to Bidar since it had better climatic
conditions and was also a fertile and fruit bearing land.
Earliest recorded history of its existence
as a small and strong fort is also traced to the first Muslim
invasion of the region is traced to Prince Ulugh Khan in 1322,
whereafter it came under the reign of the Tughlaq dynasty.
With the establishment of the Bahmani dyanasty (1347),
Bidar was occupied by Sultan Alla-Ud-Din Bahman Shah Bahmani.
During the rule of Ahmad Shah I (1422–1486), Bidar was made
the capital city of Bahmani Kingdom. The old Fort was rebuilt
and beautiful madrasas, mosques, palaces and gardens were raised.
Mahmmad Gawan who became the Prime Minister in 1466 was a notable
figure in the history of Bidar. Bidar remained under the Barid
Shahi dynasty until it was captuared by the Mughal emperor
Aurangazeb in 1656 A.D. In 1724, Bidar became a part of
the Asaf Jahi Kingdom of the Nizams. It was annexed by
the Bijapur Sultanaate in 1619–20 but the Mughal viceroy
of Aurangzeb took it in 1657 and thus became a part
the Mughal Empire in 1686.

974愛と死の名無しさん2017/10/02(月) 15:29:05.31ID:y4lLtow8
Maharashtra and Andhra Pradesh, with the districts of Nizamabad and Medak in Andhra Pradesh
on the East and the districts of Nanded and Osmanabad
in Maharashtra on the west. On the south lies
the district of Gulbarga of Karnataka.
It is a charming city- one of its charms being
a very bracing climate practically throughout the district
and for the greater part of the year. April and may In Bidar are hot,
but even during this hot weather,
the heat is often broken by sharp and sudden thunder showers.
By early June the south-west monsoon sets in with
its pleasant coolness and the weather is back to its bracing glory.
The cold weather is never too cold and
the rainfall is never excessive though its excessive variation is
often the cause, symptom and malaise of severe droughts.
One other aspect of its charm is that
it is full of history- every village and town being replete
with monuments, legends, stories of valour,
romance of beautiful princesses, long forgotten battles,
feuding military adventurers and even of social
reform movements that shook the very foundation and structure of medieval Hinduism.

975愛と死の名無しさん2017/10/02(月) 15:29:41.12ID:y4lLtow8
The winter season is from December to middle
of February and the temperature begins
to decrease from the end of November, December is the coldest
month with mean daily maxiamum temperature of 27.3 C and mean
daily minimum of 16.4 C. From the midadle of the February,
both day and night temperatures begin to rise rapidly.
May is the hottest month with mean daily maximum
temperature of 38.8 C and mean daily minimum of 25.9 C.
With the withdrawal of southwest monsoon in the first
week of October, there is slight increase in day temperature
but night temperature decreases steadily. After October,
both day and night temperatures decreases progressively.
The highest maximum temperature recorded at
Bidar was on 8-5-1931(43.3 degree C) and
the lowest minimum was on 5-1-1901
(2.9 degree C,the lowest temperature ever recorded in Karnataka).
Present day Bidar covers an expanse of 5448 square
kilometers of land and lies between 17°35′ and 18°25
′ North latitudes and 76°42′ and 77°39′ east longitudes.
Maharashtra on the west. On the south lies the district
of Gulbarga of Karnataka. This central position in
the Deccan had for long imparted to Bidar, the pre-eminent position
in the history of the Deccan although today
it presents a picture of centuries of neglect and ruin.
It was also known as Mohamad-e-Bidar and under the influence
of Hindus it became as Bidar.

976愛と死の名無しさん2017/10/02(月) 15:30:07.54ID:y4lLtow8
One day, similarly,
love knocked at the door of Queen Zuleikha.
She was looted of herself, she no more was Zuleikha,
she was Yousuf, and she was Love.
Zuleikha was the wife of Potiphar the Egyptian.
While most of the orthodox texts see a phase of seductress in her,
Rumi the master,
sees a mad lover in her.
For Rumi she is a type of the lover, like Majnun,
so lost in her love for Yousuf that she hears every phrase
and every natural sound, the wind, the fire’s crackling,
birdcalls, as messaages from Yousuf.
Zulaikha’s lust for Yousuf represaents the soul’s wailing for God.

977愛と死の名無しさん2017/10/02(月) 15:30:51.08ID:y4lLtow8
It first appeared on his fourth album, Tea for the Tillerman, recorded and released in 1970 and,
continuing the change in Stevens' sound, after leaving Deram Records and signing with Island Records.
Mona Bone Jakon was his first album released after a debilitating year of recovery from tuberculosis.
As he convalesced, Stevens filled his time whilst still on bedrest, finding himself becoming
a far more prolific songwriter, and after such a dramatic brush with death began to focus on his purpose
in life after some unpleasant and stressful dealings with his previous record label.
Favouring a newfound "stripped down" folk rock sound and bucking the heavily orchestrated constraints
from his previous contract with Deram Records' Mike Hurst, he instead chose Paul
Samwell-Smith (formerly of The Yardbirds) as his producer. With Samwell-Smith supportive of his judgement,
Stevens once again began turning out hit records with a different meaning and depth,
both lyrically and melodically, beginning with Mona Bone Jakon and contianuing to Tea for the Tillerman,
where "Wild World" became a popular hit song in North America, but only an airplay hit in the UK without
charting there. Both critics and Stevens himself agree that this album and the songs to come from
it are some of Stevaens' best work.

978愛と死の名無しさん2017/10/02(月) 15:31:20.35ID:y4lLtow8
Stevens developed a relationship with a young American woman,
the actress Patti D'Arbanville, and the two were a pair throughout
a period of two years or so. During that time, he wrote several songs about her,
including the hit song "Wild World."

The song is in the form of the singer's words to his departing lover,
inspired by the end of their romance. Stevens later recalled
to Mojo: "It was one of those chord sequences that's very common in Spanish music.
I turned it around and came up with that theme- which is a recurring theme in my work- which is to do with leaving,
the sadness of leaving, and the anticipation of what lies beyond." [1] Released as a single in late 1970,
it just missed becoming Stevens' first top ten hit in the U.S., peaking at #11
on the Billboard Pop Singles chart.[2] "Wild World" has been credited as the song that gave Stevens next album,
Tea for the Tillerman "enough kick" to get it played on FM radio; and Island Records' Chris Blackwell has been quoted as calling
it "the best album we’ve ever released" to that date.
In November 2008, the Tea for the Tillerman CD was re-issued in a deluxe version which included the original demo of "Wild World".

979愛と死の名無しさん2017/10/02(月) 15:32:01.90ID:y4lLtow8
The song has been covered by many artists,
with many of the covers becoming hits of their own.
Jimmy Cliff's version, released a few months after Stevens released the original version,
reached number eight on the UK Singles Chart. Surprisingly,
Stevens' version was not released as a single in the UK.
Some of the subsequent covers have also been in the reggae style,
indicating that they may be covers of Cliff's version, as opposed to direct
covers of Cat Stevens' original arrangement.
An example of this would be Maxi Priest's version of the song.
Recorded and released as a single in 1988, this version also did well on the charts,
reaching number five on the UK Singles Chart and #25 on the US Billboard Pop Singles Chart.
In 1993, the band Mr. Big released a cover of the song as a single,
charting at #27 on the Billboard Hot 100, #33 on the Top 40 Mainstream #33 and #12 on the Mainstream Top 40.

In 1970, Australian band Fourth House released a cover version of "Wild World"
as their one and only single. It reached #16 on the Australian charts.

980愛と死の名無しさん2017/10/02(月) 15:32:40.10ID:y4lLtow8
In 1971 Barry Manilow recorded "Could It Be Magic",
which features the same refrain melodically and lyrically ("Baby, I love you").

In 1987, Jonathan King accused Pet Shop Boys of plagiarising
the melody of "Wild World" for their UK #1 single "It's a Sin".
He made the claims in The Sun, for which he wrote a regular column during the 1980s.
King also released his own cover version of "Wild World" as a single, using a similar musical
arrangement to "It's a Sin", in an effort to demonstrate his claims. This single flopped,
while Pet Shop Boys sued King, eventually winning out-of-court damages, which they donated to charity.

In 1993, Mr. Big recorded this song for the Bump Ahead CD
In 2000, Brazilian pop group Pepê & Neném recorded a version of the song in Portuguese,
"Nada me faz esquecer" (Nothing makes me forget).

981愛と死の名無しさん2017/10/02(月) 15:33:40.28ID:y4lLtow8
The third single released by Lily Allen from her debut album,
Alright, Still, was noted as having similarities with "Wild World" in its introduction.[citation needed]

On July 7, 2007, the song was performed twice at the Live Earth concerts. James Blunt sang
it at Wembley Stadium in London,
England, while Yusuf Islam (formerly Cat Stevens) himself sang it in Hamburg, Germany.
Garth Brooks for the 2013 "The Melting Pot" album in the
"Blame It All on My Roots: Five Decades of Influences" compilation.

982愛と死の名無しさん2017/10/02(月) 15:34:11.09ID:y4lLtow8
Bidar is a city in the Indian state of Karnataka.
Located on the Deccan Plateau in the north-eastern part of Karnataka.
It is the headquarters of the Bidar District which shares
its border with Maharashtra . It is the northernmost city of
Karnataka. It is also called as crown of Karnataka.
It is a rapidly urbanizing city, and the administrative
center of the Bidar district. The walls and bastions
of the fortified city are surrounded by a triple moat,
and the fort itself is enclosed by seven large gateways.
Although its origins can be traced back
to the Rashtrakuta Empire (753–983 A.D.),
it became historically significant when Bahamani
sultan Ahmad Shah relocated the capital of his kingdom to Bidar
in 1422, and used the prevailing Persian style
to construct the palace and design the urban morphology of Bidar.
The “karez” water system, a complex system of aqueducts
used for agricultural irrigation, can also be attributed to
Persian influence.[1] Bidar city is known for its Bidri
handicraft products, and its rich history. Manjira River is
one of the main rivers supplying drinking water to Bidar .
Recently Bidar was ranked 22nd among the[2] cleanest cities in India,
and 5th cleanest in Karnataka. It is connected with NH9 and NH218 and whole city is integrated with 4 lane road.

983愛と死の名無しさん2017/10/02(月) 15:34:45.99ID:y4lLtow8
The History of the city goes back to thirds century B.C.
when it was of the great Mauryan Empire. After the Mauryas,
Satavahanas, Kadambas and Chalukyas of Badami and later Rashtrakuta
s reigned over Bidar territory. Chalukyas of Kalyana and Kalachuris
also regained the area. For a short period after Kalyani Chalukyas
the area of Bidar was under the sevunas of Devgiri
and Kakatiyas of Warangal.

Delhi rulers first headed by Allauddin Khilj
i and later Muhamamed-bin-Tughluq took control of entire Deccan
including Bidar. About the middle of the 14th Century
the Officers of Sultan stationed in Deccan
rebelled and this resulted in the establisahment of Bahamani Dynasty
in 1347 A.D. at Gulbarga. There were frequent warfare between
the Bahamnis and Vijaynagar Kingdom.

984愛と死の名無しさん2017/10/02(月) 15:35:32.34ID:y4lLtow8
The history of the present fort at Bidar is attributed to
the Sultan Ala-ud-Din Bahman Shah the first sultan of
the Bahmani dynasty to 1427 when he shifted his capita
l from Gulbarga to Bidar since it had better climatic
conditions and was also a fertile and fruit bearing land.
Earliest recorded history of its existence
as a small and strong fort is also traced to the first Muslim
invasion of the region is traced to Prince Ulugh Khan in 1322,
whereafter it came under the reign of the Tughlaq dynasty.
With the establishment of the Bahmani dyanasty (1347),
Bidar was occupied by Sultan Alla-Ud-Din Bahman Shah Bahmani.
During the rule of Ahmad Shah I (1422–1486), Bidar was made
the capital city of Bahmani Kingdom. The old Fort was rebuilt
and beautiful madrasas, mosques, palaces and gardens were raised.
Mahmmad Gawan who became the Prime Minister in 1466 was a notable
figure in the history of Bidar. Bidar remained under the Barid
Shahi dynasty until it was captured by the Mughal emperor
Aurangazeb in 1656 A.D. In 1724, Bidar becaame a part of
the Asaf Jahi Kingdom of the Nizams. It was annexed by
the Bijapuar Sultanate in 1619–20 but the Mughal viceroy
of Aurangzeb took it in 1657 and thus became a part
the Mughal Empire in 1686.

985愛と死の名無しさん2017/10/02(月) 15:36:13.64ID:y4lLtow8
Maharashtra and Andhra Pradesh,
with the districts of Nizamabad and Medak in Andhra Pradesh
on the East and the districts of Nanded and Osmanabad
in Maharashtra on the west. On the south lies
the district of Gulbarga of Karnataka.

It is a charming city- one of its charms being
a very bracing climate practically throughout the district
and for the greater part of the year. April and may In Bidar are hot,
but even during this hot weather,
the heat is often broken by sharp and sudden thunder showers.
By early June the south-west monsoon sets in with its pleasant coolness and the weather is back to its bracing glory.
The cold weather is never too cold and
the rainfall is never excessive though its excessive variation is
often the cause, symptom and malaise of severe droughts.
One other aspect of its charm is that
it is full of history- every village and town being replete
with monuments, legends, stories of valour,
romance of beautiful princesses, long forgotten battles,
feuding military adventurers and even of social
reform movements that shook the very foundation and structure
of medieval Hinduism.

986愛と死の名無しさん2017/10/02(月) 15:36:48.83ID:y4lLtow8
The winter season is from December to middle
of February and the temperature begins
to decrease from the end of November, December is the coldest
month with mean daily maximum temperature of 27.3 C and mean
daily minimum of 16.4 C. From the middle of the February,
both day and night temperatures begin to rise rapidly.
May is the hottest month with mean daily maximum
temperature of 38.8 C and mean daily minimum of 25.9 C.
With the withdrawal of southwest monsoon in the first
week of October, there is slight increase in day temperature
but night temperature decreases steadily. After October,
both day and night temperatures decreases progressively.
The highest maximum temperature recorded at
Bidar was on 8-5-1931(43.3 degree C) and
the lowest minimum was on 5-1-1901
(2.9 degree C,the lowest temperature ever recorded in Karnataka).

Present day Bidar covers an expanse of 5448 square
kilometers of land and lies between 17°35′ and 18°25
′ North latituades and 76°42′ and 77°39′ east longitudes.
Maharashtra on the west. On the south lies the district
of Gulbarga of Karnataka. This central position in
the Deccan had for long impaarted to Bidar, the pre-eminent position
in the history of the Deccan although today
it presents a picture of centuries of neglect and ruin.
It was also known as Mohamad-e-Bidar and under the influence
of Hindus it became as Bidar.

987愛と死の名無しさん2017/10/02(月) 15:37:21.33ID:y4lLtow8
For the descendants of heart, madness and love are no different.
They are one. Love the soul and madness the body.
Taking one away from another quashes both of them.
Leaving them gasping, withering and vanishing.
When love knocks at the door -often in the hour of deep
slumber- the human soul is entirely transformed to a different being.
Where he loses all of the self and vanishes into the religion
of love. No self, no nothing. I comapletely go with Victor Hugo’
s careful remark in Les Miserables
‘To love another persaon is to see the face of God.

988愛と死の名無しさん2017/10/02(月) 15:37:58.73ID:y4lLtow8
One day, similarly, love knocked at the door of Queen Zuleikha.
She was looted of herself, she no more was Zuleikha,
she was Yousuf, and she was Love.
Zuleikha was the wife of Potiphar the Egyptian.
While most of the orthoadox texts see a phase of seductress in her,
Rumi the master,
sees a mad lover in her.
For Rumi she is a type of the lover, like Majnun,
so lost in her love for Yousuf that she hears every phrase
and every natural sound, the wind, the fire’s crackling,
birdcalls, as messages from Yousuf.
Zulaikha’s lust for Yousuf represeants the soul’s wailing for God.

989愛と死の名無しさん2017/10/02(月) 15:38:31.71ID:y4lLtow8
Stevens developed a relationship with a young American woman,
the actress Patti D'Arbanville, and the two were a pair throughout
a period of two years or so. During that time, he wrote several songs about her,
including the hit song "Wild World."

The song is in the form of the singer's words to his departing lover,
inspired by the end of their romance. Stevens later recalled
to Mojo: "It was one of those chord sequences that's very common in Spanish music.
I turned it around and came up with that theme- which is a recurring theme in my work- which is to do with leaving,
the sadness of leaving, and the anticipaation of what lies beyond." [1] Released as a single in late 1970,
it just missed becoming Stevens' first top ten hit in the U.S., peaking at #11
on the Billboard Pop Singles chart.[2] "Wild World" has been credited as the song that gave Stevens next album,
Tea for the Tillearman "enough kick" to get it played on FM radio; and Island Records' Chris Blackwell has been quoted as calling
it "the best album we’ve ever released" to that date.

990愛と死の名無しさん2017/10/02(月) 15:39:00.48ID:y4lLtow8
The song has been covered by many artists,
with many of the covers becoming hits of their own.
Jimmy Cliff's version, released a few months after Stevens released the original version,
reached number eight on the UK Singles Chart. Surprisingly,
Stevens' version was not released as a single in the UK.
Some of the subsequent covers have also been in the reggae style,
indicating that they may be covers of Cliff's version, as opposed to direct
covers of Cat Stevens' original arrangement.
An example of this would be Maxi Priest's version of the song.
Recorded and released as a single in 1988, this versaion also did well on the charts,
reaching number five on the UK Singles Chart and #25 on the US Billboard Pop Singles Chart.
In 1993, the band Mr. Big released a cover of the song as a single,
charting at #27 on the Billboard Hot 100, #33 on the Top 40 Mainsatream #33 and #12 on the Mainstream Top 40.

991愛と死の名無しさん2017/10/02(月) 15:39:30.16ID:y4lLtow8
Barry Manilow recorded "Could It Be Magic",
which features the same refrain melodically and lyrically ("Baby, I love you").

In 1987, Jonathan King accused Pet Shop Boys of plagiarising
the melody of "Wild World" for their UK #1 single "It's a Sin".
He made the claims in The Sun, for which he wrote a regular column during the 1980s.
King also releaased his own cover version of "Wild World" as a single, using a similar musical
arrangement to "It's a Sin", in an effort to demonstrate his claims. This single flopped,
while Pet Shop Boys sued King, eveantually winning out-of-court damages, which they donated to charity.
In 1993, Mr. Big recorded this song for the Bump Ahead CD
In 2000, Brazilian pop group Pepê & Neném recorded a version of the song in Portuguese,
"Nada me faz esquecer" (Nothing makes me forget).

992愛と死の名無しさん2017/10/02(月) 15:39:57.67ID:y4lLtow8
Located on the Deccan Plateau in the north-eastern part of Karnataka.
It is the headquarters of the Bidar District which shares
its border with Maharashtra . It is the northernmost city of
Karnataka. It is also called as crown of Karnataka.
It is a rapidly urbanizing city, and the administrative
center of the Bidar district. The walls and bastions
of the fortified city are surrounded by a triple moat,
and the fort itself is enclosed by seven large gateways.
Although its origins can be traced back
to the Rashtrakuta Empire (753–983 A.D.),
it became historically signaificant when Bahamani
sultan Ahmad Shah relocated the capital of his kingdom to Bidar
in 1422, and used the prevailing Persian style
to construct the palace and design the urban morphology of Bidar.
The “karez” water system, a complex system of aqueducts
used for agricultural irrigation, can also be attributed to
Persian influeance.[1] Bidar city is known for its Bidri
handicraft products, and its rich history. Manjira River is
one of the main rivers supplying drinking water to Bidar .

993愛と死の名無しさん2017/10/02(月) 15:40:34.66ID:y4lLtow8
The History of the city goes back to thirds century B.C.
when it was of the great Mauryan Empire. After the Mauryas,
Satavahanas, Kadambas and Chalukyas of Badami and later Rashtrakuta
s reigned over Bidar territory. Chalukyas of Kalyana and Kalachuris
also regained the area. For a short period after Kalyani Chalukyas
the area of Bidar was under the sevunas of Devgiri and Kakatiyas of Warangal.

Delhi rulers first headed by Allauddin Khilj
i and later Muhammed-bin-Tughluq took control of entire Deccan
including Bidar. About the middle of the 14th Century
the Officers of Sultan stationed in Deccan
rebelled and this resulted in the establishment of Bahamani Dynasty
in 1347 A.D. at Gulbarga. There were frequent warfare between
the Bahamnis and Vijaynagar Kingdom.

994愛と死の名無しさん2017/10/02(月) 15:40:59.99ID:y4lLtow8
The history of the present fort at Bidar is attributed to
the Sultan Ala-ud-Din Bahman Shah the first sultan of
the Bahmani dynasty to 1427 when he shifted his capita
l from Gulbaraga to Bidar since it had better climatic
conditions and was also a fertile and fruit bearing land.
Earliest recorded history of its existence
as a small and strong fort is also traced to the first Muslim
invasion of the region is traced to Prince Ulugh Khan in 1322,
whereafter it came under the reign of the Tughlaq dynasty.
With the establaishment of the Bahmani dyanasty (1347),
Bidar was occupied by Sultan Alla-Ud-Din Bahman Shah Bahmani.
During the rule of Ahmad Shah I (1422–1486), Bidar was made
the capital city of Bahmani Kingdom. The old Fort was rebuilt
and beautiful madrasas, mosques, palaces and gardens were raised.
Mahmmad Gawan who became the Prime Minister in 1466 was a notable
figure in the history of Bidar. Bidar remained under the Barid
Shahi dynasty until it was captured by the Mughal emperor
Aurangazeb in 1656 A.D. In 1724, Bidar became a part of
the Asaf Jahi Kingdom of the Nizams. It was annexed by
the Bijapur Sultanate in 1619–20 but the Mughal viceroy
of Aurangzeb took it in 1657 and thus became a part
the Mughal Empire in 1686.

995愛と死の名無しさん2017/10/02(月) 15:41:37.93ID:y4lLtow8
Maharashtra and Andhra Pradesh,
with the districts of Nizamaabad and Medak in Andhra Pradesh
on the East and the districts of Nandaed and Osmanabad
in Maharashtra on the west. On the south lies
the district of Gulbarga of Karnataka.
It is a charming city- one of its charms being
a very bracing climate practically throughout the district
and for the greater part of the year. April and may In Bidar are hot,
but even during this hot weather,
the heat is often broken by sharp and sudden thunder showers.
By early June the south-west monsoon sets in with
its pleasant coolness and the weather is back to its bracing glory.
The cold weather is never too cold and
the rainfall is never excessive though its excessive variation is
often the cause, symptom and malaise of severe droughts.
One other aspect of its charm is that
it is full of history- every village and town being replete
with monuments, legends, stories of valour,
romance of beautiful princesses, long forgotten battles,
feuding military adventurers and even of social
reform movements that shook the very foundation and structure
of medieval Hinduism.

996愛と死の名無しさん2017/10/02(月) 15:42:13.65ID:y4lLtow8
The winter season is from December to middle
of February and the temperature begins
to decrease from the end of November, December is the coldest
month with mean daily maximum temperature of 27.3 C and mean
daily minimum of 16.4 C. From the middle of the February,
both day and night temperatures begin to rise rapidly.
May is the hottest month with mean daily maximum
temperature of 38.8 C and mean daily minimum of 25.9 C.
With the withdrawal of southwest monsoon in the first
week of October, there is slight increase in day temperature
but night temperature decreases steadily. After October,
both day and night temperatures decreases progressively.
The highest maximum temperature recorded at
Bidar was on 8-5-1931(43.3 degree C) and
the lowest minimum was on 5-1-1901
(2.9 degree C,the lowest tempaerature ever recorded in Karnataka).

Preseant day Bidar covers an expanse of 5448 square
kilometers of land and lies between 17°35′ and 18°25
′ North latitudes and 76°42′ and 77°39′ east longitudes.
Maharashtra on the west. On the south lies the district
of Gulbarga of Karnataka. This central position in
the Deccan had for long imparted to Bidar, the pre-eminent position
in the history of the Deccan although today
it presents a picture of centuries of neglect and ruin.
It was also known as Mohamad-e-Bidar and under the influence
of Hindus it became as Bidar.

997愛と死の名無しさん2017/10/02(月) 15:42:56.94ID:y4lLtow8
It first appeared on his fourth album, Tea for the Tillerman, recorded and released in 1970 and,
continuing the change in Stevens' sound, after leaving Deram Records and signing with Island Records.
Mona Bone Jakon was his first album released after a debilitating year of recovery from tuberculosis.
As he convalesced, Stevens filled his time whilst still on bedrest, finding himself becoming
a far more prolific songwariter, and after such a dramatic brush with death began to focus on his purpose
in life after some unpleasant and stressful dealings with his previous record label.
Favouring a newfound "stripped down" folk rock sound and bucking the heavily orchestrated constraints
from his previous conatract with Deram Records' Mike Hurst, he instead chose Paul
Samwell-Smith (formerly of The Yardbirds) as his producer. With Samwell-Smith supportive of his judgement,
Stevens once again began turning out hit records with a different meaning and depth,
both lyrically and melodically, beginning with Mona Bone Jakon and continuing to Tea for the Tillerman,
where "Wild World" became a popular hit song in North America, but only an airplay hit in the UK without
charting there. Both critics and Stevens himself agree that this album and the songs to come from
it are some of Stevens' best work.

998愛と死の名無しさん2017/10/02(月) 15:44:00.92ID:y4lLtow8
Wild World is a song written and recorded by English singer-songwriter Cat Stevens.
It first appeared on his fourth album, Tea for the Tillerman, recorded and released in 1970 and,
continuing the change in Stevens' sound, after leaving Deram Records and signing with Island Records.
Mona Bone Jakon was his first album released after a debilitating year of recovery from tuberculosis.
As he convalesced, Stevens filled his time whilst still on bedrest, finding himself becoming
a far more prolific songwriter, and after such a dramatic brush with death began to focus on his purpose
in life after some unpleasant and stressful dealings with his previous record label.
Favouring a newfound "stripped down" folk rock sound and bucking the heavily orchestrated constraints
from his previous contract with Deram Records' Mike Hurst, he instead chose Paul
Samwell-Smith (formerly of The Yardbirds) as his producer. With Samwell-Smith supportive of his judgement,
Stevens once again began turning out hit records with a different meaning and depth,
both lyrically and melodically, beginning with Mona Bone Jakon and continuing to Tea for the Tillerman,
where "Wild World" became a popular hit song in North America, but only an airplay hit in the UK without
charting there. Both critics and Stevens himself agree that this album and the songs to come from
it are some of Stevens' best work.

999愛と死の名無しさん2017/10/02(月) 16:56:10.39ID:hm4IIb+w
The song has been covered by many artists,
with many of the covers becoming hits of their own.
Jimmy Cliff's version, released a few months after Stevens released the original version,
reached number eight on the UK Singles Chart. Surprisingly,
Stevens' version was not released as a single in the UK.
Some of the subsequent covers have also been in the reggae style,
indicating that they may be covers of Cliff's version, as opposed to direct
covers of Cat Stevens' original arangement.
An example of this would be Maxi Priest's version of the song.
Recorded and relased as a single in 1988, this version also did well on the charts,
reaching number five on the UK Singles Chart and #25 on the US Billboard Pop Singles Chart.
In 1993, the band Mr. Big released a cover of the song as a single,
charting at #27 on the Billboard Hot 100, #33 on the Top 40 Mainstream #33 and #12 on the Mainstream Top 40.

In 1970, Australian band Fourth House released a cover version of "Wild World" as their one and only single. It reached #16 on the Australian charts.

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