I always thought jazz was all encompassing, given to free expression and interpretation. The beauty of the former format on CLK was there was time allotted for all areas of this ever widening spectrum. This gave the DJ's freedom to explore and in turn enlighten lovers of the music.....Not cater to pre-conceived notions of what it should be. It's not just WCLK, Corporations and their playlists are killing radio by and large. Once upon a time the "Traditional" was "New" and considered by some to be "outside the box". In conclusion, next time you turn on any station and hear the same songs played every hour on the hour remember... THEY ONLY PLAY WHAT THEY WANT YOU TO HEAR!
I hate that fucking guy...
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uh, yeah. my bad.
i think i meant to say the earl but let's just pretend i didn't comment in the first place.
529 is in East Atlanta Village.
if this "corndogorama" isn't going to be in east atlanta village, why bother?
Despite all THAT...I'm still going....
That first album...and DANCE...still make the rotation at the Oy Ranch.
urban dictionary is going worldwide, y'all.
all of you CL readers who speak hindi, vietnamese or indonesian should definitely help out the cause.
i thought the way it worked was that only *confederates* can use or sell or say or profit from *confederate flags*?
I think Drake was protecting his fans from scaffolding falling on top of them. Kanye is a just a douche.
While Giorgio Moroder is acclaimed and among my generations most fascinating producers, the triumph of Ron & Russell Mael IS this story. If stopping by for a 10 second tidbit, pursue another page and post angst there! SPARKS are, and will remain, multi-generational ICONS who reinvent modern music; consequently, Icons who've captured our hearts and intrigued intellectuals with lyrical content threading on bit's of quirkiness, dry wit, and puns so potent one is reminded why the maels are considered TIMELESS and GENIUS---always one step ahead!
I think the name of it is "Suck Rock" and you fucking nerds can look it up on wikipedia or whatever nerd hacker bullshit you fucking nerds are into. Either way this band fucking sucks. I saw them one time and the drummer was losing his shit but it still really really sucked balls.
Extreme volume does not equal talent.
collaborated on, yes. as in, he contributed an interview that the boys in daft punk inserted in the middle of a song.
Good catch! It's fixed now.
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Giorgio Moroder produced some of Daft Punk's Random Access Memories? Really? I think not...He contributed a spoken monologue and didn't play or produced a single note. It's not a good idea to just make stuff up Mr. Power.
What a wonderful article! You truly captured the essence of Sparks, and I hope you'll encourage many newcomers to see the show. I attended the Philly show on the first leg of the tour and will be at the D.C. show (my third Sparks concert!!) on Sunday. Trust me, a fan since 1976 - this concert is a not-to-be-missed opportunity!!
See Sparks or die!
Linking Urban Dictionary as a source is weak sauce. Wiki is a much better look Chad.
I guess you or anyone can call this noise rock and I believe you that it's a real genre. I was just expecting more noise. It reminds me of EDM where they have a 100 sub genres.
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