Discussion in 'Free Thoughts' started by davewhite04, Dec 21, 2018.
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Let's all agree that obviously tastes in music is subjective.
And certainly while different generations musical tastes do change, I would also say that as one matures out of their teenage and early twenties years, tastes also mature...As a hairy arse teenager I would poo poo the singers more from my parents years like Sinatra. Deano, Ella Fitzerald, Patti Page, Vaughn Monroe and the like, and near all country and western style music, and stick exclusively to the merging rock n roll era performers. As I matured, I appreciated those earlier singers, and grew to love C+W music, and obviously Nana Mouskouri as well.
Sadly at this time my tastes have not yet included heavy metal or rap Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image! In fact other then ABBA and Neil Diamond and a few merging C+W performers like Willie Nelson, my music collection rarely goes beyond the eighties.Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image!
Not particularly, but if done in that style that I like, then yeah, sure it can help. Bob Dylan comes to mind, as one whose voice does nothing to me, but the lyrics and tune of some of his songs are catching, shall we say. For example his song, "A hard rains a falling"
Here it is sung in french by guess who...
and was highly lauded by Dylan himself.
Well put, and sort of aligns with my way of thinking and moods.
Anyway, keep them coming! Some I like, others I don't...that's life! Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image!
ps: My number one Elvis song [the wonder of you is number two] is "Its now or never" The following was obviously not long before the King passed away...see how bloated in the face he is.
If I could have my way, the Colonel would be charged with murder!
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Here's John Williamson singing at a memorial service after the tragic death of Steve Irwin, the Crocodile hunter.
Pretty emotional, had me slobbering Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image!
Neil Diamond, a Friday night is not complete without Sweet Caroline, even better on a karaoke with your mates all joining in, great <3
I smiled. I like him Steve Irwin, never once got on my nerves, which is very rare..
Both his kids are "chips off the old block"
Just think this a cool song....
I like this song:
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