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Several minutes of Crazy Horse intro, great Ty Segall classic in the middle, and a long MMJ-ish outro
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Zip City wrote:

Several minutes of Crazy Horse intro, great Ty Segall classic in the middle, and a long MMJ-ish outro
Good one. I've been loving his cover of "Every 1's a Winner."

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this song just flat out rocks. awesome pick slides in here, too.


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tinnitus photography wrote:this song just flat out rocks. awesome pick slides in here, too.

Flat out rocks for sure but what happened to the chorus?
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beantownbubba wrote:
tinnitus photography wrote:this song just flat out rocks. awesome pick slides in here, too.

Flat out rocks for sure but what happened to the chorus?
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tinnitus photography wrote:?
LOL, that was a lot more clear in my mind than on the screen. Sorry.

What I meant was that the song builds towards a chorus/hook in more or less conventional fashion but the hook's not there and imho that's the difference between "flat out rocking" and a hit or at least a piece of aural candy I would come back to multiple times. It's not just that there's no hook it's that the song builds towards it, kinda promises that it's coming but doesn't deliver. I felt like I was left hanging. At least that's the way I hear it.
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beantownbubba wrote:
tinnitus photography wrote:?
LOL, that was a lot more clear in my mind than on the screen. Sorry.

What I meant was that the song builds towards a chorus/hook in more or less conventional fashion but the hook's not there and imho that's the difference between "flat out rocking" and a hit or at least a piece of aural candy I would come back to multiple times. It's not just that there's no hook it's that the song builds towards it, kinda promises that it's coming but doesn't deliver. I felt like I was left hanging. At least that's the way I hear it.
i take it your youtube account isn't stickysweetsuckers :lol: :mrgreen:


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I forgive Clapton many missteps for this song.
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This whole record, really.
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Flea wrote:
cortez the killer wrote:
I forgive Clapton many missteps for this song.
In a just world, that song would be blasting at every cookout today.

To erode any last shred of credibility I possess, I was grooving pretty hard to "Forever Man" yesterday.
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cortez the killer wrote:To erode any last shred of credibility I possess, I was grooving pretty hard to "Forever Man" yesterday.
Missed this until now. That's what I would call a high risk post. :lol:

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Courtney Barnett - I'm Not Your Mother, I'm Not Your Bitch





I can only put up with so much.... shit!!

Early favorite for contender for Beast of the Year, crank it up to 11 !!
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cortez the killer wrote:
Flea wrote:
cortez the killer wrote:
I forgive Clapton many missteps for this song.
In a just world, that song would be blasting at every cookout today.

To erode any last shred of credibility I possess, I was grooving pretty hard to "Forever Man" yesterday.
Damn, Forever Man is one awful song!!!
Does anyone need yet another politician, caught with his pants down and money sticking in his hole?

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The Core is an excellent album cut.

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Clams wrote:The Core is an excellent album cut.

You can trust me, we can laugh, together we can share our sorrow
Had Clapton stopped making new music after Slowhand it would have greatly improved his musical legacy. One could argue that means no Tears in Heaven, but it also results in no Forever Man, It’s in the Way That You Use it, I’ve Got a R&R Heart,
She’s Waiting, Pretending, et al. He’s certainly made a ton of money post Slowhand, no denying that, but the actual quality of the music he’s made since then has been pretty mediocre and if anything is a ding against the great output of his early career

And yes, I know of his considerable charity and philanthropic works, I’m just talking about the music
Does anyone need yet another politician, caught with his pants down and money sticking in his hole?

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whatwouldcooleydo? wrote:
Clams wrote:The Core is an excellent album cut.

You can trust me, we can laugh, together we can share our sorrow
Had Clapton stopped making new music after Slowhand it would have greatly improved his musical legacy. One could argue that means no Tears in Heaven, but it also results in no Forever Man, It’s in the Way That You Use it, I’ve Got a R&R Heart,
She’s Waiting, Pretending, et al. He’s certainly made a ton of money post Slowhand, no denying that, but the actual quality of the music he’s made since then has been pretty mediocre and if anything is a ding against the great output of his early career

And yes, I know of his considerable charity and philanthropic works, I’m just talking about the music
Journeyman has some good tunes.
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I know it sounds like I hate Clapton, but I really don't.

That said, I saw the tour for Journeyman in Greensboro and it was without question the most boring, dare I say, robotic, performance I've ever seen from a major artist. Only saving grace was getting to watch absolute madman Ray Cooper on percussion
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Be honest. You seat grooved to Forever Man and did the handclap thing during the end of She’s Waiting.
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Now it's dark.

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https://www.npr.org/2018/08/07/63641652 ... the-studio

Jim James - No Secrets

It's one of several songs on his new record that could go straight onto an MMJ album. He really went back to his roots on this one
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