Since ''84, when I first discovered him, I'd never really had an album of his songs. I think Patrick's interest in Victor Jara had been kicked off by an album he picked up in a second-hand shop; it had quite a striking cover and it was called Manifesto.
It's quite a strange little album because you've got little excerpts before the songs which are translated into English.
Pat said, 'You should take this album because it will tell you more about Victor Jara than you thought you knew', and I played the record and I was astounded by how beautiful it was.
Usually protest singing places its feet squarely at the subject or at the accused and confronts something; these songs don't do that, they're beautiful and they're inclusive and sometimes they're more inclined towards reconciliation and peace. It became much of a guiding spiritual light than anything — the fact that here was someone that lived in a period of malcontent, especially in South America in the late '50s, '60s, '70s where left and right meeting usually ended in violence and death and amidst all this, even towards the end in his last recordings where he probably knows there's going to be a reckoning and bad stuff is coming, even then his music is so beautiful.
All that really strikes me. It showed me there's something new to find out about different forms of protest singing across the world. He says he chose to include Jara's own song 'La Partida' midway through the album with considerable care. I am not an authority on Victor Jara; even though I know a lot about him and I've listened to his songs more than anybody else's music in the last few years, this is still an outsider's point of view. This is still somebody from, let's face it, a European perspective looking at somebody in admiration, taking it all in, but also looking at it in confused horror at how everything ended up.
Crusade - Marshmello, Svdden Death. Proud - Marshmello. Let's Get Down - Marshmello, Yultron. Sad Songs - Marshmello. Be Kind - Marshmello, Halsey. Set Me Free - Marshmello, Bellecour.
Here We Go Again - Marshmello. Falling To Pieces - Marshmello, Crankdat. Angklung Life - Marshmello, Wiwek. Down - Marshmello. Sell Out - Marshmello, Svdden Death. Make Me Cry ft. Labrinth Marshmello Remix - Marshmello. They perform the routine in Texas-style barn dance costumes, both in straw hat and blue denim dungarees, Jayne with a red and white check lumberjack shirt, pigtails, and freckles, and Chris wearing a neckerchief.
The dance is extremely fast, but then when the music peters out at the end, the dancers seem to lose interest or even remember what they were doing and they just stroll off the ice. There was a company piece called Hoedown which either preceded or followed this routine, but it is not clear whether or not Torvill and Dean were actually in the group number.
This was the last new routine that they choreographed before they began work on their Olympic routines. The costumes are extremely colourful and deliberately clashing. Torvill wears pink leggings, red shirt, and orange waistcoat, and Dean wears blue trousers, purple, pink, and blue shirt, and garish blue waistcoat. This includes a lot of fast backwards sections, separate jumps, twists, and turns in complete unison. Nottingham actress Cassie Bradley delivered a scene stealing performance as Leanne, Dean's first partner.
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