What are you listening to?
Posted 05 September 2016 - 04:31 AM
Sorry don't need to overwhelm the thread but these videos have gotten me through many amazing LSD trips this year alone. A lot of country music is dark but it tells the truth and it does it in a way where we can understand that the truth is something that everybody has to deal with sooner or later. And it also tells us that the only thing that matters is the people that matter to us. IDK deep stuff. I recently dated a girl that cheated on me, lied to me, etc. But we had an awesome experience together in Nashville (we drove 9 hours each way from Wisconsin). She also taught me the line dance to this song and many others, and to this day I swear to god I would jump on the dance floor with her because this girl knows how to fucking dance, she knows it in her soul and in her blood. A lot of dance floors at bars in the midwest seem to degrade to dudes trying to cop a feel at every opportunity and very little energy is invested in actually learning to put style into what you are doing on the floor. I often avoid dancing because of all the bullshit that seems to go down when the wrong people are out there (which is all too often these days). I believe line dancing is a dying tradition that needs to be revived. When people are forced to learn the moves they actually relearn how to dance as a community and it takes away a lot of the negative vibes where people are just trying to grope and grind. Don't get me wrong I have done grinding and I'm not trying to spread guilt and say that it's bad I'm just talking about style. Putting effort into dancing well, because it is worth it for it's own sake, not just doing it for the prospect of sex. Yes, sexual energy is behind dance, most definitely, but why do we dance? Think about it. Free yourself.
Posted 06 September 2016 - 05:09 PM
Supertramp "Crisis What Crisis" a blast from the past. Lost interest for the most part once they did "Breakfast in America" as it was all commercial formula after that. Just now throwing in Porcupine Tree "In Absentia" another old but good disk.
Posted 13 January 2017 - 09:51 AM
Wonderfully intricate and well composed. The band seems in tune with the listener and seemly reads ones mind. When you get tired of a particular movement the music changes gears with you and the journey continues into new sonic landscapes.
Edited by GORF, 13 January 2017 - 09:52 AM.