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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Jimbo Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 24 Sep 2017 at 12:01am
Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:

"...and I like it, I like it, yes I DO"WinkBig smile

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Anyone that has been around for a few minutes knows I really don't care what anyone likes - it's all good as long as it isn't RAP. I may not listen to it, and it may be from what I consider 'the death of art'-period ('80's-90's)...but I may play with you on it.

Music is usually little more than 'bubblegum for the brain', as Brian Tracy put it - one thing in which I can say I agree with him.

Tracy also went on to say Classical is excluded, here. I also agree.
Classical music affects the mind differently - more creatively. No, I have no proof other than how it affects me and others I've known. it works to stimulate the brain and allow concentration without distraction at times of creativity, in my books. In other words, if I have it on, it is not the activity on which I am concentrating. However, if I am listening to rock, it almost always is in the foreground, if not background to a party atmosphere. In other words, I'm generally 'burning time', unless I'm working, say, in the garage.

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Having spewed all of that, I will say there is music sometimes best left alone; introspective, or covers topics that can make one uncomfortable...and I somehow listened to ONE STINKIN' Roger Waters cut (well, 2 really, but one is almost a continuation of the prior) right before going shopping for veggie smoothie materials about an hour ago and I've been in mental pain, since. I have NO IDEA why I wanted to listen to 'Wait For Her/Part Of Me Died' (Direct Link To This Post), especially as dusk sets in...makes me want to go lean up against a certain stone in some far away dystopian landscape and wallow in the depression created by what time has taken away and one can never get back.Dead


I've had Hot Girls In Love stuck in my brain for the past three or four days.

Now you will too.

Think about it.

She's turnin on the hea-eat

She's got the ma-gic touch

She's turnin on the hea-eat

And it's a little too much

She's turnin on the hea-eat

And it's a hundred abo-ove...

Hot Girls In Love

Baby I'm in love


Just wait until this time tomorrow and you're still hearing it in your brain.
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Stern Smile...I caught myself mouthing the words as I read them and choked on a piece of tomato with 'ma-gic'...LOL
I guess it is bad manners to lip-sync with a mouth full of food. 
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At least that Flock of Haircut 100s guy at the top had some pizzazz.  Those white guys in the bottom pic just look like Orleans (how the hell did those guys ever even allow that? LOL) .
 
 
 
 

one of the oddest homoerotic lp covers of the 70s...hey KIT KAT..i bet if any of these guys are not in the REST HOME right now, they COULD be available to pen yr new 'jingle'Embarrassed
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One can only hope they had pants on.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Thor Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 24 Sep 2017 at 9:58am
Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:

Classical music affects the mind differently - more creatively. No, I have no proof other than how it affects me and others I've known. it works to stimulate the brain and allow concentration without distraction at times of creativity, in my books. In other words, if I have it on, it is not the activity on which I am concentrating. However, if I am listening to rock, it almost always is in the foreground, if not background to a party atmosphere. In other words, I'm generally 'burning time', unless I'm working, say, in the garage. 
 
 
 
Maybe it's the fact that there are no words in classical to be distracted by that makes it easier to concentrate on other tasks.  You can't sing along to the 1812 Overture (Oh wait.  You can:  This is the cereal that's shot from guns LOL).  But that could be said of other instrumental music, too---not just classical.  Or maybe even songs you've heard so many times that, when they're on, they don't even register.
 
 
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One can only hope they had pants on.
 
See the backside of the album cover?  Shocked   
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Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:

Classical music affects the mind differently - more creatively. No, I have no proof other than how it affects me and others I've known. it works to stimulate the brain and allow concentration without distraction at times of creativity, in my books. In other words, if I have it on, it is not the activity on which I am concentrating. However, if I am listening to rock, it almost always is in the foreground, if not background to a party atmosphere. In other words, I'm generally 'burning time', unless I'm working, say, in the garage. 
 
 
 
Maybe it's the fact that there are no words in classical to be distracted by that makes it easier to concentrate on other tasks.  You can't sing along to the 1812 Overture (Oh wait.  You can:  This is the cereal that's shot from guns LOL).  But that could be said of other instrumental music, too---not just classical.  Or maybe even songs you've heard so many times that, when they're on, they don't even register.
 
 
 
FWIW:  Somewhere, there is some "research" that strongly suggests that certain types of music (sounds) can assist in meditation.  For example:
 
 
I met Bill Harris at a seminar once, and although my "quack-radar" was definitely operational at the time, (just as it would be for "Baby Einstein" or "Baby Mozart" products), I do have to say that I think there is something to this. 
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Jimbo Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 24 Sep 2017 at 2:56pm
Day-um!!!

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Needless to say, they won't be getting my $477 bucks.












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On an unrelated note, I find that many websites these days are not much more than a constant scroll.
 
I suspect it's another millenial thing, since they are weened on cell phone screens, where a constant scroll "might" make sense.
 
On a desktop though, it's just stupid and inefficient.
 
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Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:

Day-um!!!

That was one LONG web page!!!

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for what seemed like forever!!!! ...
 

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Jimbo Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 24 Sep 2017 at 5:22pm
Originally posted by Anduril Anduril wrote:

On an unrelated note, I find that many websites these days are not much more than a constant scroll.

I suspect it's another millenial thing, since they are weened on cell phone screens, where a constant scroll "might" make sense.

On a desktop though, it's just stupid and inefficient.


Excessive scrolling has traditionally been seen as more of a niusance than anything else.



Goes back to the early days, from what I understand.

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Odd.

I thought I smelled a COSINE.

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Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:

WinkLOL...oooooooooooweeeeeeeee!

Listen and read on below..
 
It STILL works!
Parts of me must remain 'timeless'...no matter what I REALLY think, I have a reputation to keep up around here.
Have to catch it when this place is getting a little too lethargic.
Have to keep the blood flowing now and then.
I just hate to keep catching the same fish time and time again - 'catch & release' is the 'fishing term'.
You need the hero you deserve and I can take it.
 
 
New music? Just as good as ever, as long as you LOOK. Not as easy to find anymore.
Some 73-year old fart just released 'Gotta Get A Grip' and 'England Lost', both of which are pretty darned good. Josh Ostrander ('Mondo Cosmo'), Django Django....just a few still pumping good-to-great stuff.
Some of the very best acoustic music has been coming out over the last year alone with some big names coming back with incredible stuff, such as Lonesome George Thorogood (solo acoustic blues), Bruce Cockburn ('Bone on Bone' - I HIGHLY recommend this one for anyone's collection - but, yea...another 74-year old fart). 
And how many people go looking from music from elsewhere, other than the US or GB? Nobody seems to pay attention to the GreatWhiteNorth. 
I downloaded and listened to George's "Party of One". As a long time George Thorogood fan my expectations were high. They were by far exceeded. Thank you. As far as the GreatWhiteNorth: The Guess Who and Pat Travers band are favorites.
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Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:

Day-um!!!

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for what seemed like forever!!!!

It was like one of those sales pitch videos that keep promising to get to the point, but then spend several minutes on some ancillary matter then, after again promising that they're getting to the point, spending several more minutes talking about some other ancillary matter then rinse and repeat over and over again for a good 45 minutes, a point to which you never make it anyway, having long since said FTS and shut it off.

Needless to say, they won't be getting my $477 bucks.

Did you really have to do that?
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Originally posted by sgtrock21 sgtrock21 wrote:

Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:

...Some of the very best acoustic music has been coming out over the last year alone with some big names coming back with incredible stuff, such as Lonesome George Thorogood (solo acoustic blues), Bruce Cockburn ('Bone on Bone' - I HIGHLY recommend this one for anyone's collection - but, yea...another 74-year old fart). 
And how many people go looking from music from elsewhere, other than the US or GB? Nobody seems to pay attention to the GreatWhiteNorth. 
I downloaded and listened to George's "Party of One". As a long time George Thorogood fan my expectations were high. They were by far exceeded. Thank you. As far as the GreatWhiteNorth: The Guess Who and Pat Travers band are favorites.
WinkAnytime, Sarge...it's indeed uplifting to know a suggestion made another's day - thank you!
A little someone from Toronto...
 
 
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Originally posted by sgtrock21 sgtrock21 wrote:

Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:

Day-um!!!

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for what seemed like forever!!!!

It was like one of those sales pitch videos that keep promising to get to the point, but then spend several minutes on some ancillary matter then, after again promising that they're getting to the point, spending several more minutes talking about some other ancillary matter then rinse and repeat over and over again for a good 45 minutes, a point to which you never make it anyway, having long since said FTS and shut it off.

Needless to say, they won't be getting my $477 bucks.

Did you really have to do that?


Nope.

But I did it anyway.

Honestly though, I didn't mean for it to get that long. The copy/paste function on this tablet screwed up and copied it or pasted it more times than I meant to.

I thought about shortening it but then figured "screw it" and left it alone.

I'm sure it's kind of annoying...
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