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Started by Snowcrash, March 14, 2015, 20:18:35 PM

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Data

Haven't heard that for a long time, funny how older songs bring back thoughts and memories of the past, good though  :thumbsup:

Here is a something old and new.


Art


Carl2

    Things I don't understand, I'd dance because girls liked to dance.   I did come across a Bob Dylon song that seems so strange it makes me feel it is insane.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hUvcWXTIjcU&list=TLPQMTIwNzIwMjL_fx1nfde9qg&index=5

Carl2

    Well I just watched a video that did a review of the above video and I have to say I am stupid.  The review was able to explain what Dillon was refering to in his song.  At this time I think that Dillon must be pretty smart to be able to write the song since he did not have a reviewer to give him all the details to be able to write the song.  At this time Dillon is pretty old stuff so it doesn't matter

Freddy

I've often thought that he is one of the smartest lyricists there has ever been.  8)

Art

Bob Dylan (Robert Zimmerman), was a great lyricist. In fact, in my opinion, he was far better at writing songs than he was singing them. To many, it was his slurry, nasally voice that helped make him unique and loved.

I think we just had a great bunch of talented artists during the 70s although many did not live to enjoy a long life. Hendrix, Joplin, Croce, Morrison, etc., passed on in the 70s.

Data

It's a tad on the warm side today.

Time for tea  :D



Data

#637
Watching a show on TV a few days ago and this music was used at the end credits, I had forgotten how utterly enchanting and spellbinding the Cocteau Twins are, takes me right back to my younger years.

Not the best quality sound on this but still good  :)



Freddy

Yes that's a blast from the past, they were a favourite of mine too.  8)

Freddy

Heard this on the radio the other day. It's one that escaped me at the time.


Carl2

#640


Ghost riders in the sky by Johnny Cash, origanly recorded by Burl Ives
lets see if this works
Carl2


EDIT:
I fixed the video link  :thumbsup:

Freddy


Carl2

    Johnny Cash was really popular  so many years ago, the song makes me think of trying to shoot a bird at the top of a tall tree or a chipmonk darting aboutamong some twigs.
Carl2

Freddy

And now for something completely different.

Here's Johnny!


Freddy

This was on the radio last night, loving it. Has a Cocteau Twins flavour to it, but it's not them.