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    Posted: 04 Nov 2017 at 7:05pm
OuchI'm already feeling all broke & sh*t...and Walmart just HAS to remind me it is time once again to go buy expensive gifts for other people's spermmistakes..."...whooomp! 'der it be...."
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Great, let's celebrate Christmas with songs from the two of the worst decades of music!
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Walmart doesn't even "rock" the rock.  Their rock and roll CD selection is abysmal.
 
 
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Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

Walmart doesn't even "rock" the rock.  Their rock and roll CD selection is abysmal.
 
 

Do the Millennials still listen to Rock music? All I ever hear from the vehicles cruising around is that hiphop trash.....thumping bass and electronic, computerised noise.
As The Who once said, "Rock is dead, long live rock!"....
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Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:


Walmart doesn't even "rock" the rock.  Their rock and roll CD selection is abysmal.
 
 


Do the Millennials still listen to Rock music? All I ever hear from the vehicles cruising around is that hiphop trash.....thumping bass and electronic, computerised noise.
As The Who once said, "Rock is dead, long live rock!"....


*Raises hand* me me ME! I do! I do! It's better than crap that's been around since the late 1990s up to today!
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Rock music has gone underground.  It's still being made and listened to, but you have to look for it.  This ain't the 70s.
 
 
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Originally posted by Jimmy Jimmy wrote:

Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

Walmart doesn't even "rock" the rock.  Their rock and roll CD selection is abysmal.


Do the g still listen to Rock music? All I ever hear from the vehicles cruising around is that hiphop trash.....thumping bass and electronic, computerised noise.

As The Who once said, "Rock is dead, long live rock!"....


Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

Rock music has gone underground.  It's still being made and listened to, but you have to look for it.  This ain't the 70s.


I heard this song at Barnes & Noble yesterday and was impressed enough to ask the clerk in the music dept who it was.

The first :53 seconds sucks, but then it starts to rock.

Sounds kinda early 70's...



I can't get over that name though... "Harry Styles"???

Really???
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^ cool! Sounds like something 89.9 WAPJ would play! WAPJ is an independent radio station that plays today's lesser known artists and other non-top 40 pop music.
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I think that's one of the kids from boy band One Direction.
 
 
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I think that's one of the kids from boy band One Direction.


Not surprising that you know that.

Bet you've got their posters up all over your walls, too....




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When only the best studio musicians will do.  Not too bad of a jam.
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Today's pop music is not rock. The music is in the background, not out front. The most important thing for today's pop music is the vocals, that is the loudest thing I ever hear when the new music is played. Guitar players like Eric Clapton don't seem to exist any more. The focus is always on the bloody lead singer, never on the music being played behind them.
I miss hearing bands with outstanding musicians. The one exception I've heard recently was when I heard the Tedeschi-Trucks Band. Susan Tedeschi can sing like an angel and play some damn good blues guitar, and her hubby Derek Trucks is one of the best guitarists of his generation! Bands like them are few and far between.
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Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:

Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

I think that's one of the kids from boy band One Direction.


Not surprising that you know that.

Bet you've got their posters up all over your walls, too....




 
Nonsense.  That wouldn't leave room for my Jonas Bros and Justin Bieber posters.
 
 
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Originally posted by Jimmy Jimmy wrote:

Today's pop music is not rock. The music is in the background, not out front. The most important thing for today's pop music is the vocals, that is the loudest thing I ever hear when the new music is played. Guitar players like Eric Clapton don't seem to exist any more. The focus is always on the bloody lead singer, never on the music being played behind them.
I miss hearing bands with outstanding musicians. The one exception I've heard recently was when I heard the Tedeschi-Trucks Band. Susan Tedeschi can sing like an angel and play some damn good blues guitar, and her hubby Derek Trucks is one of the best guitarists of his generation! Bands like them are few and far between.


When your dad is one of the founding members of The Allman Brothers Band and you've grown up under the tutelage of guitar players of the caliber of Gregg Allman, Dickie Betts and Warren Haynes, you're bound to learn some chops.

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Originally posted by Dejoh Dejoh wrote:

When only the best studio musicians will do.  Not too bad of a jam.
 
LOL  Yes, they're incredibly adequate.
 
 
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Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:

Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

I think that's one of the kids from boy band One Direction.


Not surprising that you know that.

Bet you've got their posters up all over your walls, too....


Nonsense.  That wouldn't leave room for my Jonas Bros and Justin Bieber posters.


Yeah, but which ones went on the ceiling above your bed???

That had to leave some extra room....

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Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

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When only the best studio musicians will do.  Not too bad of a jam.


LOL  Yes, they're incredibly adequate.


I can imagine Robert Palmer doing that song.
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Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:


Yeah, but which ones went on the ceiling above your bed???
That space is reserved for my god Michael Jackson.
 
 
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Originally posted by Jimmy Jimmy wrote:

Today's pop music is not rock. ...
 
Today's "music" isn't even music.
No instruments, no human musicians, no song structure, and no effort.
 
Today's "music" is perhaps best described as a kazoo sampled through a jock strap, with "vocals"  courtesy of AutoTune.
 
In other words, the Millenials' ultimate playlist.  DeadDeadDead
 
Do you think when today's "musicians" are recording their masterpieces they give any thought to the final product?  "Let's take it again from the top."  The top of WHAT?!  Dead
 
 
 
 
 
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Originally posted by Jimmy Jimmy wrote:

Today's pop music is not rock. The music is in the background, not out front. The most important thing for today's pop music is the vocals, that is the loudest thing I ever hear when the new music is played. Guitar players like Eric Clapton don't seem to exist any more. The focus is always on the bloody lead singer, never on the music being played behind them.
I miss hearing bands with outstanding musicians. The one exception I've heard recently was when I heard the Tedeschi-Trucks Band. Susan Tedeschi can sing like an angel and play some damn good blues guitar, and her hubby Derek Trucks is one of the best guitarists of his generation! Bands like them are few and far between.
Susan Tedeschi is amazing. My favorite playing the music you describe is still Robin Trower.
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