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The works to renovate the crossroad in front of the main entrance of the Prévessin site , initially planned for May, have restarted. They will be performed in three stages and will last until July 2018 .

During the first stage, from 13 November to 22 December, the networks located under the new crossroad will be moved. As a result, the main entrance of the Prévessin site and the Europe road will be closed for three consecutive nights between 19:00 and 07:00 – from Monday 27 November to Thursday 30 November.

The road works will take place during the second stage, which will last four month during the first semester 2018. Finally, new traffic lights will be installed by the end of June 2018. Some perturbations of the traffic flow are expected during these months.

The works to renovate the crossroad in front of the main entrance of the Prévessin site , initially planned for May, have restarted. They will be performed in three stages and will last until July 2018 .

During the first stage, from 13 November to 22 December, the networks located under the new crossroad will be moved. As a result, the main entrance of the Prévessin site and the Europe road will be closed for three consecutive nights between 19:00 and 07:00 – from Monday 27 November to Thursday 30 November.

The road works will take place during the second stage, which will last four month during the first semester 2018. Finally, new traffic lights will be installed by the end of June 2018. Some perturbations of the traffic flow are expected during these months.

" Cross Road Blues " (more commonly known as " Crossroads ") is a blues song written and recorded by American blues artist Robert Johnson in 1936. Johnson performed it as a solo piece with his vocal and acoustic slide guitar in the Delta blues -style. The song has become part of the Robert Johnson mythology as referring to the place where he supposedly sold his soul to the Devil in exchange for his musical talents, although the lyrics do not contain any specific references.

Bluesman Elmore James revived the song with recordings in 1954 and 1960–1961. English guitarist Eric Clapton with Cream popularized the song as "Crossroads" in the late 1960s. Their blues rock interpretation inspired many cover versions and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame included it as one of the "500 Songs That Shaped Rock and Roll". Rolling Stone placed it at number three on the magazine's list of the "Greatest Guitar Songs of All Time" in recognition of Clapton's guitar work.

A second and third recording date took place in San Antonio after a two-day break. [a] Johnson reached back into his long-standing repertoire for songs to record. [8] The material reflects the styles of country blues performers Charley Patton and Son House , who influenced Johnson in his youth. [8] [12] The songs are among Johnson's most heartfelt and forceful [7] and music historian Ted Gioia sees a shift in the lyrical themes:

The works to renovate the crossroad in front of the main entrance of the Prévessin site , initially planned for May, have restarted. They will be performed in three stages and will last until July 2018 .

During the first stage, from 13 November to 22 December, the networks located under the new crossroad will be moved. As a result, the main entrance of the Prévessin site and the Europe road will be closed for three consecutive nights between 19:00 and 07:00 – from Monday 27 November to Thursday 30 November.

The road works will take place during the second stage, which will last four month during the first semester 2018. Finally, new traffic lights will be installed by the end of June 2018. Some perturbations of the traffic flow are expected during these months.

" Cross Road Blues " (more commonly known as " Crossroads ") is a blues song written and recorded by American blues artist Robert Johnson in 1936. Johnson performed it as a solo piece with his vocal and acoustic slide guitar in the Delta blues -style. The song has become part of the Robert Johnson mythology as referring to the place where he supposedly sold his soul to the Devil in exchange for his musical talents, although the lyrics do not contain any specific references.

Bluesman Elmore James revived the song with recordings in 1954 and 1960–1961. English guitarist Eric Clapton with Cream popularized the song as "Crossroads" in the late 1960s. Their blues rock interpretation inspired many cover versions and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame included it as one of the "500 Songs That Shaped Rock and Roll". Rolling Stone placed it at number three on the magazine's list of the "Greatest Guitar Songs of All Time" in recognition of Clapton's guitar work.

A second and third recording date took place in San Antonio after a two-day break. [a] Johnson reached back into his long-standing repertoire for songs to record. [8] The material reflects the styles of country blues performers Charley Patton and Son House , who influenced Johnson in his youth. [8] [12] The songs are among Johnson's most heartfelt and forceful [7] and music historian Ted Gioia sees a shift in the lyrical themes:

Красота по-американски (1999)
# 63 on IMDb Top Rated Movies »

Shailene Woodley »
# 65 on STARmeter

Eugene is an extraordinary talent in classic guitar, but he dreams of being a famous Blues guitarist. So he investigates to find a storied lost song. He asks the legendary Blues musician Willie Brown to help him, but Willie demands to free him from the old-people's prison first and to really learn the blues on the way to its origin: Mississippi Delta. Eugene doesn't know yet about Willie's deal with the devil, that he now wants to revoke. Written by Tom Zoerner <[email protected]>

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The works to renovate the crossroad in front of the main entrance of the Prévessin site , initially planned for May, have restarted. They will be performed in three stages and will last until July 2018 .

During the first stage, from 13 November to 22 December, the networks located under the new crossroad will be moved. As a result, the main entrance of the Prévessin site and the Europe road will be closed for three consecutive nights between 19:00 and 07:00 – from Monday 27 November to Thursday 30 November.

The road works will take place during the second stage, which will last four month during the first semester 2018. Finally, new traffic lights will be installed by the end of June 2018. Some perturbations of the traffic flow are expected during these months.

" Cross Road Blues " (more commonly known as " Crossroads ") is a blues song written and recorded by American blues artist Robert Johnson in 1936. Johnson performed it as a solo piece with his vocal and acoustic slide guitar in the Delta blues -style. The song has become part of the Robert Johnson mythology as referring to the place where he supposedly sold his soul to the Devil in exchange for his musical talents, although the lyrics do not contain any specific references.

Bluesman Elmore James revived the song with recordings in 1954 and 1960–1961. English guitarist Eric Clapton with Cream popularized the song as "Crossroads" in the late 1960s. Their blues rock interpretation inspired many cover versions and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame included it as one of the "500 Songs That Shaped Rock and Roll". Rolling Stone placed it at number three on the magazine's list of the "Greatest Guitar Songs of All Time" in recognition of Clapton's guitar work.

A second and third recording date took place in San Antonio after a two-day break. [a] Johnson reached back into his long-standing repertoire for songs to record. [8] The material reflects the styles of country blues performers Charley Patton and Son House , who influenced Johnson in his youth. [8] [12] The songs are among Johnson's most heartfelt and forceful [7] and music historian Ted Gioia sees a shift in the lyrical themes:

Красота по-американски (1999)
# 63 on IMDb Top Rated Movies »

Shailene Woodley »
# 65 on STARmeter

Eugene is an extraordinary talent in classic guitar, but he dreams of being a famous Blues guitarist. So he investigates to find a storied lost song. He asks the legendary Blues musician Willie Brown to help him, but Willie demands to free him from the old-people's prison first and to really learn the blues on the way to its origin: Mississippi Delta. Eugene doesn't know yet about Willie's deal with the devil, that he now wants to revoke. Written by Tom Zoerner <[email protected]>


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