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WildChild80

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  1. One of my favorite father and son singer is Jim Croce and Adrian James Croce. Adrian is incredible pianist and Jim of course is timeless.
  2. I'm just gearing up for the Office this fall with James Spader also NBC Thursday night line up is pretty solid. My other show No Reservations with Tony B just ended. Oh Sons of Anarchy will be coming on soon that is a good one as well.
  3. LOL! I agree with both of you! Jack White a Juggalo who would of thought.
  4. Wow this is hard subject(that's what she said)! The only Beatles song I get tired of hearing is....damn I guess it would Come Together just because public radio loves it so much! I loathe Clear Channel by the way!
  5. Well I'm glad you enjoyed it! Rickey Medlocke is their guitarist now from Blackfoot he's good I'll admit that. By the way love your Badfinger avatar Straight Up by far one of my fav album's on vinyl.
  6. First I love this discussion and it's timeless. I agree with most on here and saying that pop music from 1955-1990 was very innovate. I also agree that every gen has copied the other in some way or form and all put on spin on things. I also agree that a lot of great artist and music or overshadowed by mainstream medias and that's always it will be(You can't stop the enterprise). Yes technology has made the consumerism of music a "Single song society"(That should be the name of my band), but it's also made the artist in control of his, hers or their music. This is a good thing for some and bad for others. Okay so my point according to Farin original statement which why music hasn't evolved and moved on or will it move on? The answer is different for everyone. Some would say that the rise of Emo and Screamo is the punk/pop evolution of music. Others would disagree and say there channeling from bands of the 80's and 70's. I guess what I'm trying to says there will always be innovators and then the copies will come every gen has that and will continue to have that. Bands and musicians will always pay respect to the innovators while developing new sounds and styles from them. Music just doesn't come out of thin air it's heard all around us since we are born and we interpret those sounds and make them our own. Will it evolve...Yes! Will we enjoy....Who's knows! Bottom line it's all interpretative! (I feel like I might have pulled a Billy Madison on this one)
  7. Right now Coverdale/Page Take me for a Little While (Most underrated album of the 90's) And now a little cult...The Cult- Sweet Soul Sister!
  8. Thanks Shawna! Or I can think about 100 different artist that would be cool to see on here, but I know that task would be impossible. I chose John and Eric because of their longevity and songwriting. I'll contact Carl and see what he says. Thanks Again, WC80
  9. Is there any way we can request an artist to be interview(I know this might be more difficult that conceived) I would love to hear a interview from Eric Carmen or John Cafferty about their music. I don't know how this works so if anyone can help in contacting this person that's great? Also amateur writer myself would love to see if there a possibility of doing a interview for songfacts.
  10. That's not Skynard that's whats left of Skynard and bunch ex southern rockers from Molly Hatchett and 38 Special. I mean yes you get the songs, but little Johnny is not his big bro and never will be. I guess that's just opinion though, but I hope you enjoyed yourself Laurie.
  11. Just heard a week or so ago that Mad Max 4(Fury Road) is a go! Can't wait!
  12. I'm so surprised you guys never talked about Boston's "More Than a Feeling" riff and Nirvana's "Smell's Like Teen Spirit". I mean Kurt was such obvious fan of it and denied it because he was such contradiction to himself and claimed that he The Melvin's were his source of admiration...B-S!
  13. That was my first thought Butch Vig the sound behind Nirvana! Well my second choice would be these guys: Jimmy Jams and Terry Reed! They worked all these artist-TLC, The Sounds of Blackness, Yolanda Adams, Jordan Knight, Michael Jackson, Boyz II Men, Usher, Mary J. Blige, Mariah Carey, Prince, Spice Girls, Vanessa Williams, George Michael, Melanie B, Rod Stewart, Kelly Price, Gwen Stefani, New Edition, Eric Benet, Pia Zadora, Solo, Morrison Slick, Human League. They had the 80's R&B sound down to a science.
  14. Here is my choice for today's vid/song of the day. This one comes from living blues legend here in Florida his name is Willie Green and if you ever have the chance stop by the town of Cross Creek and get bite to eat at the Yearling and listen to Willie! (I believe the song he is singing is "I love you Baby") Willie learned how to mimic a harmonica with his voice since he wasn't able to afford one when he was young.Enjoy!
  15. I've experienced this myself not suicide particularly, but someone dying young that was close to me. I had a couple songs get me through that hard time. Cinderella- Through the Rain Escape Club- I'll be there Gary Allan- Life ain't always Beautiful (If you know the story of Gary Allen and his wife...he suffered from his wife killing herself a few years back) I hope these help anybody who suffers from the lost of someone that's gone and not coming back.
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