never thought I'd care about hooks in prog rock until cedric's vocal melodies got stuck in my head for weeks on end. also why I think mars volta was a better incarnation of those two than at the drive-in.I think credit has to go to Bloodhammer at BT247 for posting it, "the hooks just keep on coming". Have you learned the bass on that because holy fuck.
That's my favorite album, holistically, of theirs by far, and they're my go-to "favorite band", so.
"gay" isn't a bad word these days, grandpa.You said it was gay - which I took as a dislike or "why did they make this shit" commentary. Obviously anyone could plead "don't steal my man from me" - in the original it was a woman.
More sad is a personal take, just like gay. Country music of that sort has strong roots to Scottish and Irish songs about death and the other bad shit of life. And often they were quite spirited in tempo - basically to tell life and death to fuck off. Like a good wake.
I'm not on about anything - maybe I should have said "you don't appear to appreciate or understand the genre, as it stood at the time."
*I was the one who posted the White Stripes version - I wouldn't have posted it if I didn't like it.
my grandma (from toronto) has a friend who used to talk about how she "wishes her son would get a real job" instead of "just being a drummer"... and I might as well take the opportunity to post some good country.
Blue Rodeo kicks ass:
Big deals don't always make money. The music business ain't what it used to be.my grandma (from toronto) has a friend who used to talk about how she "wishes her son would get a real job" instead of "just being a drummer"
.....for blue rodeo.
I don't remember which drummer it was though. I just remember his mom having no idea they were a big deal.
You are not making any sense fella. You stated Dolly Parton's version was gay. I posted the White Stripes version which according to you would be gay.Oh I dunno, a dude singing about someone stealing their male lover might be gay.
It doesn't mean what it used to.let's settle this once and for all.
LMFAO wow I totally forgot about that. classic. 3 years removed and living on my own now, but that does sound about right when I was back at home. my parents still haven't quite figured out this internet friend thing.It doesn't mean what it used to.
I remember I wanted to send you a recording dongle when we were on BT247 - you thought your dad would freak out if he found out an older man was sending you presents. Damn, and here we could have been suck and fuck buddies 4eva.
I called the slowed down version of Dolly Parton's song "sad gay cowboy track"You are not making any sense fella. You stated Dolly Parton's version was gay. I posted the White Stripes version which according to you would be gay.
Are you saying BOTH are gay? Dolly wanted the other woman to go take a leap - how is that gay?
I'll admit dolly presents a little odd. Southern tomboy.I called the slowed down version of Dolly Parton's song "sad gay cowboy track"
Because it sounds like a dude, sad and upset, singing about some woman taking his man.
Go get a beer, sit in a comfortable chair, put the (slowed down) song on, and ponder it for a while. Maybe you'll figure it out.