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Discussion in 'Sidewinders Bar & Grille' started by Roach769, Nov 24, 2021.
Always get it tight for listening to this guy and there's not a guitar in sight. But classic IMO.
I'm with Mouse, AncientAx and the rest who echo the sentiment 'I like what I like guilt free. That said I do feel stupid for stumbling across something I should have known about for the last 15 years, This is an example, a band that absolutely kills it but for some reason and never seemed to have gotten the recognition they deserved.
Waaaay too many to list...but let's get serious:
from my childhood and I still love it....my "first" album
No guilt there, great album!
He might be thinking more about my Archies album collection.
From Band-Maid to John Coltrane, i like what i like, unashamed and unabashed.
I’ll still listen to Knower every now and then.
Oh, and Louis Coles other project ClowCore:
There is no shame in that song...so many good memories...
I could listen to her all day long.
Such a beautiful, sad song. I cry like a fool when I hear it.
Songs from The Jungle Book and any Swing era music...I love the Andrews Sisters, Benny Goodman.
Audible moaning and sighs set to Ravel's Bolero......but don't tell my Mom OK?
Japanese Idol meets Screamo meets Autotune.
A pleasure should never be guilty hehe...
When I am not listening to hard rock and metal my go to is 40's Music and Big Band music.
Thanks to @heltershelton for planting this damned earworm that I can't seem to get rid of...
There is definite guilt involved... especially since I made it my wife's ring tone
Always feel like I should be eating Gagh and drinking blood wine when I listen to this.
Stuff from the 30's and 40's, swing, Sinatra, Big Bands, jazz, etc.
Texas Swing, like "Asleep At The Wheel"
But I don't feel guilty about any of it.
That's guilty pleasure? For me, that's pure joy.
I was once laughed at by the quintessential Springsteen groupy for sharing that I like Supertramp. That I liked their ability to harmonize, that they seemed to know how to write and play. He thoroughly lost it when I told him I also happened to like the musicianship of an obscure band called Pages. Thought it was the funniest thing he'd ever heard.
So years go by and I'm called out to a club I'd performed in ...a lot...by a drummer I'd worked with ... a lot... He said, "don't know if you will need it, but bring your archtop and little amp (my deluxe reverb but he didn't know what it was called) ".
I wander in and he's sitting at a table with the band he normally played that club with, watching a jazz trio. A tremendous jazz trio. Apparently three fellows on their way north. The core rhythm section and horn player of Supertramp had stopped in and ...
It was spectacular. I didn't sit in, nobody did, these cats just flowed like water for a couple hours.
Bet Springsteen never did that.