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Re: Youtube Favorite of the Day

#2151 Post by jack t ripper » Mon Aug 19, 2019 5:10 pm

Don't cry for me Argentina.
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Re: Youtube Favorite of the Day

#2152 Post by Anthropoid » Mon Aug 19, 2019 5:37 pm

Mac wrote:
nero wrote:Yes. That was long ago.

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She did have a wazzo pair of jugs.
That face man. That face is like something out of a Dutch Master's painting.
I'm a face man. And a perineum man. Boobs and ass and whatever are fine, but I'm mainly into faces and perineums, myself . . . :P

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Re: Youtube Favorite of the Day

#2153 Post by Anthropoid » Mon Aug 19, 2019 5:48 pm

Well since Madonna was a crowd pleaser . . . another one from the Anthropoid temporal lobes. Holy crap, 52 million views!


Reminds me of meeting my wife ;)

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Re: Youtube Favorite of the Day

#2154 Post by Anthropoid » Mon Aug 19, 2019 6:19 pm

Okay one more . . . god DAMN! this song is good! This guy was a "punk rocker!"

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Re: Youtube Favorite of the Day

#2155 Post by jack t ripper » Mon Aug 19, 2019 7:01 pm

"Perineum man" :lol: :lol:

That is a really good picture of Madonna
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Re: Youtube Favorite of the Day

#2156 Post by C_S » Mon Aug 19, 2019 8:04 pm

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Re: Youtube Favorite of the Day

#2157 Post by Anthropoid » Wed Aug 21, 2019 11:36 am

Apparently this is an exemplar of "Yacht Rock" genre . . .
The term "yacht rock" did not exist while the genre was active, from about 1975 to 1984. Originally regarded as "adult-oriented rock" (or "West Coast Sound") it became known as yacht rock in 2005, when the term was coined in J. D. Ryznar et al's online video series of the same name. Understood as a pejorative term, "yacht rock" referred, in part, to a stereotypical yuppie yacht owner enjoying smooth music while sailing. Many "yacht rockers" included nautical references in their lyrics, videos, and album artwork; exemplified by Christopher Cross' anthemic track, "Sailing" (1979). Long mocked for "its saccharine sincerity and garish fashion", the original stigma attached to the music has lessened since about 2015 . . .
In 2014 AllMusic's Matt Colier identified the "key defining rules of the genre" as follows:
"keep it smooth, even when it grooves, with more emphasis on the melody than on the beat"
"keep the emotions light, even when the sentiment turns sad (as is so often the case in the world of the sensitive yacht-rocksman)"
"always keep it catchy, no matter how modest or deeply buried in the tracklist the tune happens to be."
The "exhilaration of escape" is "essential to yacht", according to journalist and documentary-film maker Katie Puckrik. She quoted the lyrics of Cross' "Ride Like the Wind" (1979), "to make it to the border of Mexico", as an example of the aspirational longing that demonstrates "the power of the genre".
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Re: Youtube Favorite of the Day

#2158 Post by Anthropoid » Fri Aug 23, 2019 7:31 am


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Re: Youtube Favorite of the Day

#2159 Post by jack t ripper » Fri Aug 23, 2019 9:22 am

Anthropoid wrote:

Great piece of music. The "Take Five" thing comes from the unusual 5 beat rhythm. Somebody had to tell me that. I knew there was something unusual about it when I first heard it but I couldn't put my finger on it.
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Re: Youtube Favorite of the Day

#2160 Post by jack t ripper » Fri Aug 23, 2019 9:34 am

Steely Dan references Brubeck



By ra way...the chick is hot to trot. He's wasting time dancing.
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