But amusing as it was, there was a background to this that infuriated me throughout: Milo Y constantly spouts racist, misogynist, ableist, transphobic shit, but the alt- Right only flinched when he sounded too much like their idea of gayness. Thank you, Larry Wilmore, for taking the burden on yourself. Look at them in the face or in the mirror:
What is most moving to me is hearing where the best song on that great album came from.
You have written about many of them and expressed your opinion about what can be called their greatest years and their decline.
But that was written almost 40 years ago. Are there some still active performers who in your opinion have had their greatest years, and after that some bad years, and then again made one or more good comebacks? Can you give some examples? Do you think some of them still may have something to offer today and in the future?
What do you think? Here are examples from the top of my head—in no particular order: Not mention all the covers from the past yrs Robert Plant, etc.
Anyway, you mentioned him recently in this forum and I was wondering your thoughts on his work. I started listening to him in or so and his songs hit me as viscerally as Dylan, the Beatles, The Band and Neil Young heretofore my favorites, if I had to choose.
But his songs are that good to me. Your former colleague at Rolling Stone, Chet Flippo, wrote one of my favorite liner notes ever for the reissue of Live at the Old Quarter.
For Muddy Waters, the best bet seems to be The Anthology This will take you into undiscovered countries, with endless back roads and unmarked alleys. Bizarre, but somehow it comes off.
Ever put that on to listen to apart from the movie? To me, they are pinnacles of the soundtrack genre, and deserve a book unto themselves.
Plus, whoever the guitarist was, he clearly was listening to all the early rockers and learning. Particularly how video game music is shaped by the technology of the console that plays it e. Do you play any video games?
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