Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by Sasha, Sep 5, 2006.
NoVoodoo love those last two songs!
I saw Wolfchant on Aqua Teen and now I'm on a Wolfchant kick, again.
Heading in a bit of a different direction for the thread, does anyone remember this hip-hop classic?
This song came out when I was just a kid, but I must have bumped it practicing ball a hundred times in hs and college...
I had a Mustang in college that I used to ride around New Orleans bumping music, and this was a regular in the playlist.
I hate how the thing nowadays is to be up to date with the latest music. The kids these days (too young to be sayin "kids," but still...), will tell you all about a musician you've never heard of, and just because it's obscure, it's good music. I'm more of a fan of going back in the archives and exploring the history of music. If you've never heard the music before, it's new to you. I wish younger generations realized that.
Even better than Tupac was this track. If you grew up in the South in the 90's, then you probably remember this song. It might be your guilty pleasure, or it might remind you of someone special, but either way, this song was a part of most of our childhoods' in the South -
Tonight, it's all about the old school. Here's a throwback for a honey who had the sweetest voice of anyone of her era, Debra Laws -
Anyone listen to Mumford & Sons' babel? Love it.
That Wolfchant was horribly wretched ...don't ever let children hear that. Aside from that ATHF is obviously fucking tits.
Currently on some Owl Pharaoh a.k.a Travi$ Scott , Dom Kennedy, Kendrick, A$AP, Schoolboy Q
SUMMON THE TROLL TO SIT ON THE POLE
From left field -
Good stuff, speeds. I see your hype up B.O.B. remix, and I raise you an equally hyped up classic that is comparatively chillaxed to your track -
(btw - I actually caught B.O.B. in Michigan in '07... before he caught it big. He was supposed to come on near midnight but came on near 2 AM and to make up for it, when he hit the stage he said, "Fuck it! I'ma play all night." By the time we were heading out, the sun was up...)
I'm just reading about Carol Kaye at the moment, and I'm realizing what an impact some of these studio musicians had on classic rock.
We all know that gimmicks like the Monkeys weren't real bands, but now I'm finding out that the same might be true about the Beach Boys... that just shakes my confidence in the music industry even more.
This is a complete 180-degree departure from my usual musical suggestions, but what the hell... how bout the some sentimental, bubble-gum pop from the 60's?
I can see I'm clearly talking to myself through these music suggestions, but fuck it -
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