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Discussion in 'Sidewinders Bar & Grille' started by Baelzebub, Jan 13, 2021.
300 years from now. Someone is still going to be listening to this.
I plan to still be listening to that 300 years from now...........................................
Well,, since it's winter, and you did mention Mr. Zappa, I'd have to go with his sage advice...
Some advice is timeless
Love and desire and heartbreak are always relevant...
And, because humans, this will probably always be relevant...
. ..but so will this
This, this is crazy, guys this has got to stop. For one thing it's completely warping the Universe i refuse to be a part of it.
Booker T. & MGs, "Soul Limbo" on Letterman, April 30, 1991 (stereo) - YouTube
Kinda hard to make my mind up.
Or this in the future
Life is good
Or this too
Or on those long walks and runs....asking stuff....just asking for the sake of asking....life is still good but yeah haha
It must be strange still having (and I presume playing) the same vinyl for all those years. I'm an academic and I have books I first read 50 years ago and looking back at them again brings back lots of memories, but my old music is long gone, nothing left but the old guitar itself. Did you know that vinyl was going to come back again some day, or was that as big a surprise to you as it was to me?
Yikes. My list would probably be 50% jazz players, about 20% of them guitar players. Then 30% "classical" (mostly piano) and 20% rock/pop/blues (mostly blues). So....
1) Thelonious Monk
2) Eric Dolphy
3) Alexander Scriabin (solo piano works)
4) Lightnin' Hopkins
(Or you could just say "Django Reinhardt" and leave it at that, on the theory that nobody really belongs on the same list with him.)
Was a complete surprise. I held on to them mostly for sentimental value. I do the same with some books..sets of Twain & Poe, full set of the Harvard classics.. At one point I think I had the complete curricula of a 1970's liberal arts education in paperback...Brautigan, Vonnegut, et al.
It's definitely far and wide away from most other replies in this thread in terms of age but for something to still sound as mistifying as it did when it came out 22 years ago is quite an achievement in my books.
Godspeed You! Black Emperor's "first" album F♯ A♯ ∞, because the band name isn't on the video's title.
I used to have "Rockets Fall..." by Godspeed You! Black Emperor as my alarm clock tune for over a decade
But they wish they did
If you're talking about lyrics, I've recently realized that in lyrics some of the oddly specific things that paint a totally foreign picture can still be relatable, as long as the idea/feeling behind the metaphor is relatable/universal.
One of my absolute favorite covers of that song....
As someone said earlier...the blues will always be timeless...
This is what I grew up with. Still works for me.
Me too, books and all my vinyl
My Grandmother grew up with Patsy too. They were cousins