They came from the desert / Poem 15 - Venían del desierto / Poema 15

«They came from the desert /
Poem 15»
Single by Víctor Jara
from the album The right to live in peace
Side A "They came from the desert"
B side "Poem 15"
Publication 1972
Format Vinilo (7")
Genders) New Chilean
Song Protest Song
Duration 6:35
Record label Chile's flag STAMPED [ 1 ]
Catalogue JJS-145[2]
Author (s) Victor Jara , Pablo Neruda [ 3 ]
" The bullet / How nice it is to be a volunteer "
(1972)
They came from the desert / Poem 15
(1972)
« Caicaivilú / Huillimalón »
(1972)
Chronology of DICAP
" He who does not jump is momio / Woman "
(JJS-144)
"They came from the desert / Poem 15"
(JJS-145)
" Cuba goes / We are going up the hill "
(JJS-146)

« They came from the desert / Poema 15 » is the tenth official single by the Chilean singer-songwriter Víctor Jara as a soloist. It was released in 1972 and belongs to the album The Right to Live in Peace released the previous year.

The song " Poema 15 " corresponds to a poem from Pablo Neruda's book Twenty love poems and a desperate song , published in 1924.

Songs list

«I like you when you are silent because you are absent,
and you hear me from afar, and my voice does not touch you.
It seems that your eyes have flown
and it seems that a kiss has closed your mouth. "
—First stanza of Poem 15 by Pablo Neruda .
Side A
N.º Title Writer (s) Duration
1. "They came from the desert" Victor Jara 2:58
B side
N.º Title Writer (s) Duration
2. "Poem 15" Pablo Neruda , Victor Jara 3:37
6:35

References

  1. NuevaCancion.net. "Complete Victor Jara Catalog Reissued in Chile" (in English) . Archived from the original on February 4, 2012 . Retrieved October 14, 2011 .
  2. Disco del Cantar Popular. "DICAP Discography" (in English) . Archived from the original on November 16, 2011 . Retrieved November 7, 2011 .
  3. Cancioneros.com. «They came from the desert / Poem 15 (Víctor Jara)» . Retrieved October 14, 2011 .