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On 9/1/2023 at 6:21 PM, JD Lud said:

Dare you to play this one and not hum or sing it for a week…as much as you may hate it.

 

 


I immediately turn it off or get to somewhere that I can’t hear it and have NEVER  had the urge to hum or sing along with it!

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Can’t stand any of the “boy band” stuff that’s more choreographed for the stage and has little or no real musical value! I guess you call the female version “girl band” or some such.

 

They don’t sing on stage, live, and in most cases the whole thing is recorded in the studio and then modified and “tooled up” to sound like something.

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On 9/2/2023 at 9:43 AM, PowderRiverCowboy said:

This might draw some fire But as far as Bands The Beatles cant stand anything by them .


Is there a particular reason for that? I am not the biggest Beatles fan on the planet, but there’s enough variety in the music they created that I would think someone could find something. My personal favorite Beatles song is “While My Guitar Gently Weeps.” I definitely tend to lean toward those songs that George Harrison wrote.

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Want to hate a song?

 

Any song?

 

Go to a bar on karaoke night.

 

Listen to people sing it who were way off key when sober (and think singing it louder is better).

 

After the 5th or 6th attempt, you will hate that song.

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10 minutes ago, Lawdog Dago Dom said:

Want to hate a song?

 

Any song?

 

Go to a bar on karaoke night.

 

Listen to people sing it who were way off key when sober (and think singing it louder is better).

 

After the 5th or 6th attempt, you will hate that song.

Haven't been to one in years.  Thought the contrasts were amazing and funny.  From Drunks to near professional quality singers. Often the least prepossessing were the most talented. 

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29 minutes ago, Lawdog Dago Dom said:

Want to hate a song?

 

Any song?

 

Go to a bar on karaoke night.

 

Listen to people sing it who were way off key when sober (and think singing it louder is better).

 

After the 5th or 6th attempt, you will hate that song.


Now  Try that in the PI (Philippines) Okinawa or Korea :)  

 

33 minutes ago, DocWard said:


Is there a particular reason for that? I am not the biggest Beatles fan on the planet, but there’s enough variety in the music they created that I would think someone could find something. My personal favorite Beatles song is “While My Guitar Gently Weeps.” I definitely tend to lean toward those songs that George Harrison wrote.


Growing up we had a radio station I could get all the time ( 100 miles away) I think they must must of had 50 records and half of them were the Beatles LOL , Here comes the sun every damn hour every morning and everything else all day . 

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38 minutes ago, PowderRiverCowboy said:

Growing up we had a radio station I could get all the time ( 100 miles away) I think they must must of had 50 records and half of them were the Beatles LOL , Here comes the sun every damn hour every morning and everything else all day . 


I thought that I suffered from the same disorder from being forced to listen to country music all day every day when I was with my dad.

 

 I finally figured out that I just didn’t like most country music and what I did like was a really narrow range of well arranged and orchestrated material with none of the silly added twang and drawl that’s so prevalent today!

 

When the new wave of what I call “Skynyrd wannabes” hit the country market, not long after the big “Southern Rock” explosion, I began to avoid country music even more!!

 

Elvis and Buddy Holly, The Beach Boys and Jan and Dean,  Chuck Berry, The Mamas and Papas, and the British wave that soon followed were better than fresh air to me.

 

 

 

 

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Just now, Blackwater 53393 said:


I thought that I suffered from the same disorder from being forced to listen to country music all day every day when I was with my dad.

 

 I finally figured out that I just didn’t like most country music and what I did like was a really narrow range of well arranged and orchestrated material with none of the silly added twang and drawl that’s so prevalent today!

 

When the new wave of what I call “Skynyrd wannabes” hit the country market, not long after the big “Southern Rock” explosion, I began to avoid country music even more!!

 

Elvis and Buddy Holly, The Beach Boys and Jan and Dean,  Chuck Berry, The Mamas and Papas, and the British wave that soon followed were better than fresh air to me.

 

 

 

 



I grew up on the 70's  Country music and well A ranch kid in the 80's looking to "see the world "  so Rodeo and Bulls and Hot Rods  turned more into Rock with a few exceptions Chris Ledoux who was in his own league . 

   Military n 80's in SO. Cal. meant  Gazzarri's  , Rainbow and Whisky depending on who was playing Most of the time when I was at Pendleton was Carl's Tavern in Vista and well that at the time no one argued with us 
  Then last year of Marines they sent me to MCAS ElToro which at the time I had zero idea how they moved a Grunt to a Air base lol  but KNAC 105.5 was always on 

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6 hours ago, Lawdog Dago Dom said:

Want to hate a song?

 

Any song?

 

Go to a bar on karaoke night.

 

Listen to people sing it who were way off key when sober (and think singing it louder is better).

 

After the 5th or 6th attempt, you will hate that song.

 

Karaoke and alcohol are an exceptionally bad combination.

 

Sadly I know this from personal experience.  Me and two other friends decided to sing Cyndi Lauper's 'Girls Just Want to Have Fun' while putting our arms over each others shoulders and kicking our legs "Rockettes" style.

 

I literally had friends falling out of chairs because they were laughing so hard.   :( :(

 

On edit:  I'll note that not only can I not carry a tune, but I'm also loud.

 

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1 minute ago, Chantry said:

 

Karaoke and alcohol are an exceptionally bad combination.

 

Sadly I know this for personal experience.  Me and two other friends decided to sing Cyndi Lauper's 'Girls Just Want to Have Fun' while putting our arms over each others shoulders and kicking our legs "Rockettes" style.

 

I literally had friends falling out of chairs because they were laughing so hard.   :( :(

 

Sounds like fun, and a memory of other days worth cherishing.

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