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Haruomi Hosono, sometimes credited as Harry Hosono, is a Japanese musician, singer, songwriter and record producer who is considered to be one of the most influential musicians in Japanese pop music history, credited with shaping the sound of Japanese pop for decades as well as pop music outside of Japan.

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Arsenal vs West Ham United - First Half
Premier League
Date: Saturday, 19 September 2020
Kick-off at: 21:00
Venue: Emirates Stadium (London).

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Premier League
Date: Saturday, 19 September 2020
Kick-off at: 18:30
Venue: Old Trafford (Manchester).

Manchester United vs Crystal Palace
Premier League
Date: Saturday, 19 September 2020
Kick-off at: 18:30
Venue: Old Trafford (Manchester).

Premier League
Date: Saturday, 19 September 2020
Kick-off at: 13:30
Venue: Goodison Park (Liverpool).

Everton vs West Bromwich Albion -Highlights 19 September 2020
Premier League
Date: Saturday, 19 September 2020
Kick-off at: 13:30
Venue: Goodison Park (Liverpool).

Jenny and the Mexicats, previously known as Pachucos y la Princesa, is a multicultural band composed of English trumpeter and singer Jenny Ball, Spanish percussionist David González Bernardos, and the Mexican brothers Pantera Mexicat on guitar and Icho Mexicat on double bass.Their style blends elements of flamenco, jazz, folk, and cumbia, with lyrics in both English and Spanish. The band is considered independent, and it does not have a contract with any record company.

NPR Music

Premier League
19 September 2020
Week 2

Probably a tribute to the death of his son Karac and his band mate John Bonham

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In 1942 over 120,000 civilians where imprisoned by the American government based solely on their race, that's America for you

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Waiting for the Barbarians
BY C. P. CAVAFY
TRANSLATED BY EDMUND KEELEY
What are we waiting for, assembled in the forum?

The barbarians are due here today.

Why isn’t anything going on in the senate?
Why are the senators sitting there without legislating?

Because the barbarians are coming today.
What’s the point of senators making laws now?
Once the barbarians are here, they’ll do the legislating.

Why did our emperor get up so early,
and why is he sitting enthroned at the city’s main gate,
in state, wearing the crown?

Because the barbarians are coming today
and the emperor’s waiting to receive their leader.
He’s even got a scroll to give him,
loaded with titles, with imposing names.

Why have our two consuls and praetors come out today
wearing their embroidered, their scarlet togas?
Why have they put on bracelets with so many amethysts,
rings sparkling with magnificent emeralds?
Why are they carrying elegant canes
beautifully worked in silver and gold?

Because the barbarians are coming today
and things like that dazzle the barbarians.

Why don’t our distinguished orators turn up as usual
to make their speeches, say what they have to say?

Because the barbarians are coming today
and they’re bored by rhetoric and public speaking.

Why this sudden bewilderment, this confusion?
(How serious people’s faces have become.)
Why are the streets and squares emptying so rapidly,
everyone going home lost in thought?

Because night has fallen and the barbarians haven't come.
And some of our men just in from the border say
there are no barbarians any longer.

Now what’s going to happen to us without barbarians?
Those people were a kind of solution.