Hive Open Mic #90: Do the evolution (Pearl Jam cover)

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    themusiquero

    Published on Jan 01, 2022
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    ESP

    Hola comunidad del Open Mic!
    Esta semana la tematica me puso "picante" (como decimos, creo que no solo en Argentina, cuando algo se pone bueno).
    Primero que nada esta es la primera vez que subo una cancion cantada
    con pista. Pero me resulto super natural, porque apenas lei de que iba
    esta semana el Open Mic pense en este tema. Y de alguna manera
    es volver a mis origenes, ya que Pearl Jam es una de mis bandas favoritas. Hacer esto fue casi un recuerdo de mi yo adolescente gritando con el disco de fondo a todo volumen. ¡Que tremendo disco que es Yield!
    Sobre la cancion, no hay mucho que decir porque es bastante explicita en su mensaje. Y mas aun cuando se escucha y se ve el video al mismo tiempo. Que dicho sea de paso, es una obra maestra. Tal vez uno de los mejores videos musicales que se hicieron. Fue producido por el dibujante de Spawn y creo el de la serie animada de Batman, el caballero de la noche.
    Basicamente es una excelente critica al Antropocentrismo que predomina en las sociedades "civilizadas", y a la "idea de progreso" o "evolucion". Y tambien expone el mal que hizo a la humanidad la idea de que algunos son superiores a otros por poseer un desarrollo tecnologico superior.
    Sobre dicho concepto ya se vertieron rios de tinta. Lo unico que quiero agregar, es que la mayoria de las personas creen que la evolucion es siempre algo positivo, y en realidad es simplemente un cambio situacional o de contexto. Tampoco quiere decir que algo se complejiza, puede ser lo contrario tambien y seguiria siendo evolucion.
    Otra cosa es que donde Darwin veia lucha y supervivencia del mas apto, Kropotkin vio apoyo mutuo y cooperacion. Si no sabes quien fue Pier Kropotkin es porque la ciencia no es neutra, y se hace en un contexto politico y social, como todo.
    En esa epoca la naciente sociedad capitalista, vio en la Seleccion Natural una explicacion biologica a la competencia de la libre empresa, la ley del mas fuerte y etc. Mejor expresado en el termino "Darwinismo Social".
    Esta vision se contrapone a la que Kropotkin expone en el "Apoyo Mutuo" que es la solidaridad y la cooperacion. Ni falta aclarar hace que el autor era anarquista.
    Lo mejor es que estas dos teorias se complementan en la explicacion del concepto de la Evolucion Biologica casi como un yin y yang.

    Sin mas que agregar para no irme por las ramas...los saludo hasta la proxima!

    letra

    "Do The Evolution"

    Woo

    I'm ahead, I'm a man
    I'm the first mammal to wear pants, yeah
    I'm at peace with my lust
    I can kill cause in God I trust, yeah
    It's evolution, baby

    I'm at peace, I'm the man
    Buying stocks on the day of the crash
    On the loose, I'm a truck
    All the rolling hills, I'll flatten 'em out, yeah
    It's herd behavior, uh huh
    It's evolution, baby

    Admire me, admire my home
    Admire my son, he's my clone
    Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah
    This land is mine, this land is free
    I'll do what I want but irresponsibly
    It's evolution, baby

    I'm a thief, I'm a liar
    There's my church, I sing in the choir:
    (Hallelujah, hallelujah)

    Admire me, admire my home
    Admire my son, admire my clones
    'Cause we know, appetite for a nightly feast
    Those ignorant Indians got nothing on me
    Nothing, why? Because
    It's evolution, baby

    I am ahead, I am advanced
    I am the first mammal to make plans, yeah
    I crawled the earth, but now I'm higher
    2010, watch it go to fire
    It's evolution, baby
    It's evolution, baby

    Do the evolution
    Come on
    Come on, come on

    ENG

    Hello Open Mic community!
    This week the theme got me "spicy" (as we say, I guess not only in Argentina, when something gets good).
    First of all this is the first time I upload a song sung with a track.
    with a track. But it came super natural to me, because as soon as I read about what it was about
    Open Mic this week I thought about this topic. And somehow
    is going back to my origins, since Pearl Jam is one of my favorite bands. Doing this was almost a flashback to my teenage self screaming with the album blaring in the background, what a great album Yield is!
    About the song, there's not much to say because it's quite explicit in its message. And even more so when you listen and watch the video at the same time. Which, by the way, is a masterpiece. Maybe one of the best music videos ever made. It was produced by the cartoonist of Spawn.
    Basically it is an excellent criticism to the Anthropocentrism that predominates in the "civilized" societies, and to the "idea of progress" or "evolution".
    Rivers of ink have already been poured on this concept. The only thing I want to add is that most people believe that evolution is always something positive, and in reality it is simply a situational or contextual change. Nor does it mean that something becomes more complex, it can be the opposite as well and it would still be evolution.
    Another thing is that where Darwin saw struggle and survival of the fittest, Kropotkin saw mutual support and cooperation. If you don't know who Pier Kropotkin was, it is because science is not neutral, and it is done in a political and social context, like everything else.
    At that time the nascent capitalist society, saw in Natural Selection a biological explanation to free enterprise competition, the law of the strongest and so on. Better expressed in the term "Social Darwinism".
    This vision is opposed to the one Kropotkin expounds in "Mutual Support" which is solidarity and cooperation. It goes without saying that the author was an anarchist.
    The best thing is that these two theories complement each other in the explanation of the concept of Biological Evolution almost like a yin and yang.

    Without more to add, so as not to beat around the bush...I greet you until the next time!

    lirycs

    "Do The Evolution"

    Woo

    I'm ahead, I'm a man
    I'm the first mammal to wear pants, yeah
    I'm at peace with my lust
    I can kill cause in God I trust, yeah
    It's evolution, baby

    I'm at peace, I'm the man
    Buying stocks on the day of the crash
    On the loose, I'm a truck
    All the rolling hills, I'll flatten 'em out, yeah
    It's herd behavior, uh huh
    It's evolution, baby

    Admire me, admire my home
    Admire my son, he's my clone
    Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah
    This land is mine, this land is free
    I'll do what I want but irresponsibly
    It's evolution, baby

    I'm a thief, I'm a liar
    There's my church, I sing in the choir:
    (Hallelujah, hallelujah)

    Admire me, admire my home
    Admire my son, admire my clones
    'Cause we know, appetite for a nightly feast
    Those ignorant Indians got nothing on me
    Nothing, why? Because
    It's evolution, baby

    I am ahead, I am advanced
    I am the first mammal to make plans, yeah
    I crawled the earth, but now I'm higher
    2010, watch it go to fire
    It's evolution, baby
    It's evolution, baby

    Do the evolution
    Come on
    Come on, come on

    Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)

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